Le Pissot merits only a brief mention in the first volume of Old Jersey houses
by Joan Stevens
She writes that its arch is one of the most unusual in the island, and may be the earliest still standing. It is only 2ft 9in wide and 5ft 3in high, and made up of only seven stones. The house, which also has a stone turelle staircase, was owned in the early 19th century by Philip Francis Le Sueur. There are records at Jersey Archive of land and a spring being requisitioned by the Germans during the Occupation.