Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue du Craslin, St Peter
Type of property
17th century house
Sold for £585,000 in 2003 and £885,000 in 2007
Families associated with the property
- 17 EEN IEN 63 - This stone is not mentioned in the Datestone Register or OJH. It is probable that it stands for Esnouf and Esnouf, possibly Edouard and Jeanne, but there is no corresponding marriage record
Historic Environment Record entry
This 17th century house, refronted in the 18th century retains its historic fabric in the walls, beams and roof structure. Its proportions remain with some interior features.
This building is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Its main development is from 1763, with earlier origins from the 17th century. It has been extensively renovated in 20th century.
Situated on junction, west gable to main road. Two-storey, four-bay with single storey bay to east. Stone chimneys, with dripstones, on each gable; rendered chimney on single storey wing.
Old Jersey Houses
Not mentioned in either volume, despite its 17th century origins qualifying it for Vol One