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The Panorama. On the seaside of St Aubin's High Street, this property is most appropriately named, having extensive views of the town of St Aubin, St Aubin's Fort and the whole of St Aubin's Bay. The views are arguable the most dramatic of any guest house in Jersey
Rue du Crocquet, St Aubin
Type of property
18th century townhouse, now a guest house
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
Historic Environment Record entry
An exceptionally well preserved 18th century townhouse retaining rare and important features of architectural and historic interest on both exterior and interior.
Imposing position overlooking St Aubins harbour.
Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. Mid terrace. Three storeys plus basement, five bays. Later four-bay addition to north.
Interior has side passage plan. 18th century open well stair with turned newels and stick balusters, carved open string and swept mahogany handrail. Two rooms on the north have exceptionally fine and unusual, elaborate late 16th/17th century Breton grotesquework oak overmantles and blue and white decorative tiles. Reputed to be similar to panels at St Ouen's Manor. Door in north room has rich oak flower carving on panels with four panels on reverse. Most doors are circa 1820s. Early to mid-19th century ceiling roses, cornices, dado.