Historic Jersey buildings
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Mont Arthur, St Brelade
Type of property
Two-storey, three-bay house of undertermined age
- Sold for £3 million in 2002
- On offer for £10,750,000 in 2023
Families associated with the property
- Mauger: In 1901 farmer Theophilus Philippe Mauger (1843- )  was living here with his wife Alice Le Brocq, nee Syvret (1855- ) and their sons Theophilus Philippe (1879- ) and Arnold John (1886- ).
- Du Feu: In 1940 John Herbert du Feu (1918- ) made an application for deferment of military service. It must have been refused because later during the war he completed an application to return to the island. In 1943 his father Herbert John Du Feu made an agricultural war claim for damage at the farm. He had married Adele Jane Vautier in St Ouen in 1918
Historic Environment Record entry
Not a listed building, this property, which is clearly of considerable age, seems to have slipped through the net of the listing process. It does, however, merit a brief entry in HER, described as a farmstead shown on the 1935 ordnance survey map, with regular courtyard plan. Earlier building shown on the Richmond map.
The farm and its surroundings have yielded a large collection of flints, pottery, arrowheads and prehistoric tools.
Notes and references
- ↑ The son of Pierre Mauger and Jeanne Touet. Pierre was the illegitimate son of Elizabeth Le Gresley, evidently given his father's family name at baptism