Historic Jersey buildings
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Devon Villa Farm Guest House (in 1960s)
Grande Route de Faldouet, St Martin
Type of property
Mid 19th century farm group
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Le Couteur: In 1941 Donald Philip Le Couteur (1914- ), his wife Eunice May, nee Dutot (1914- ) and their daughter Margaret Eunice were living here
- Journeaux: Also living here in 1941 were Charles Percy Journeaux (1886- ) and his second wife Eunice Ophelia, nee Buesnel (1900- )
- CM RN - For Clement Machon and Rachel Nicolle, daughter of Pierre, on arch 
- PGF ♥ SM 1754 - For Philippe Godfray and Sara Messervy, on a fireplace 
Historic Environment Record entry
Mid-19th century farm group retaining historic character and features, on earlier site including 17th century Jersey round arch in its boundary wall.
Five-bay two-storey main house with single storey wings to either side. Two-storey 1906 farm range to northwest, forming courtyard.
17th century nine stone Jersey round arch in the boundary wall, chamfered with crest on keystone.
Old Jersey Houses
A brief entry in Volume One records the arch and suggests that it is the remnants of a large double arch