Historic Jersey buildings
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Vallee des Vaux, St Helier
Type of property
19th century country house
Sold for £1,130,000 in 2008
Families associated with the property
Two families were registered here in 1941:
- Mace: William Thomas Mace (1920- ), his wife Olive Edna, nee Boizard (1922- ) and their son Michael William (1941- )
- Jouault: John Louis Jouault (1884- ) and his wife Marguerite Marie, née Le Dain (1878- )
- Le Riche: Alfred John Philip Le Riche lived here in the early 20th century, dates unknown
Historic Environment Record entry
A well proportioned early-mid 19th century Jersey house retaining original features and character.
Two-storey house with total of eight bays, set in its own grounds. Pitched slate roof, four-bay eastern section has pair of rendered chimneys with cornice band.
Westernmost bays, projecting slightly to the road, are possibly later addition, adjoining The Glen to the north.
Roughcast render walls. 12 pane (6/6) sash windows to first floor, French windows to ground floor. Entrance in fifth bay. Rectangular doorcase with geometrical glazing pattern in horizontal fanlights and sidelights; within large porch with Ionic columns and simple entablatures. Altered and converted former coach house outbuilding to rear.