Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue d'Enfer, St John
Type of property
19th century country house
Sold for £925,000 in 2014.
Families associated with the property
- Hamon: In 1901 farmer Clement Hamon (1835- ) and his wife Helene, nee Le Quesne  (1851- ) were living here with daughter Marguerite Pinel Godel, nee Hamon (1870- ), Elizabeth (1875- ) and Louisa (1881- ), Marguerite's husband Alfred Godel, and Clement and Helene's four-year-old grandson Clement Hamon 
- Arthur - In 1941 John Douglas Arthur (1883- ) was living here with his wife Mary, nee Picot (1890- ), their daughter Dorothy (1919- ) and housemaid Alice Marie Bonny (1920- )
- JQR MGM 1739 - For Jean Querée and Marie Germain
Historic Environment Record entry
This early 19th century five-bay house retains its proportions and remains a cohesive linear farm group. With original windows, internal floor plan, historic timber partitions and joinery this is a good surviving example.
Two-storey, five-bay house with two-storey outbuildings in line to east and west. Ruinous shed and pigsty to south west.
The house emulates the polite architecture of Georgian fashion but with a continuing local character.
Old Jersey Houses
This property is not included in either volume. Le Grand Catelet is called Le Catelet in its entry in volume one