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Oak Lane 
Oak Lane Farm 
Route Orange, St Brelade
Type of property
- No 1 sold for £460,000 in 2007 and £650,000 in 2014
- No 2 sold for £610,000 in 2015
- No 3 sold for £895,000 in 2007, £1,150,000 in September 2019 and £1,185,000 six weeks later
Families associated with the property
- Seale: Mary Louisa Seale (1877- ) was living here in 1941
Historic Environment Record entry
Historic farmstead with origins in the late 17th-19th centuries, the buildings retaining external historic character and group value.
Farmhouse with outbuildings showing the evolution of the site, renovated early 21st century after standing empty since the 1960s.
The arliest building is single storey cottage from the late 17th century, with mid-18th century modifications - shown on 1795 Richmond map.
Larger farmhouse and range of outbuildings added in 19th century - the ground floor of the later house appearing to incorporate stonework from an earlier building.
Now 1-3 Oak Lane, comprising the original single-storey farm house (No 2) to the rear, with a later farmhouse (No 1) at 90 degrees to west, converted outbuilding range (No 3) along the roadside, and detached outbuilding to southeast.
Old Jersey Houses
Not included, despite the 17th century cottage
Notes and references
- ↑ The origin of the name is unclear. The property backs on to Route Orange and the lane which loops around it is a private drive. It is not known if it was ever known as Oak Lane
- ↑ Once a working farm, the property is now divided into three residential units. Although the property transactions below refer to Oak Lane Farm, the wording on the building has been Oak Lane for some considerable time and 1941 occupancy records refer to Oak Lane