The Denes

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The Denes, St Clement


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Property name

The Denes


Princess Place, St Clement

Type of property

Block of four 1930s dwellings


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Le Seelleur: Harold Ernest Le Seelleur, who built the property, left Nos 2 and 4 to the States of Jersey in his will

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This residential block retains it integrity as a planned group of four dwellings with a strong design and composition.

The massing and external features, such as entrances and boundary walls, are good examples of the 1930s architectural idiom.

1930s residential set-piece, built by Harold Ernest Le Seelleur.

A detached, symmetrical two-storey block of four dwellings each of two bays; two end bays and central two bays slightly projecting front and rear; single storey garages at each end.

The Denes retain some 1930s interior features, such as original fireplaces, and tiling in kitchens and bathrooms, but the level of survival is insufficient to merit interior protection.

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