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Rue St Julien, St Martin
Type of property
Victorian country house
Sold for £1.4 million in 2003 and £8.5 million in 2021
Families associated with the property
- Fauvel: In 1940 Helier Fauvel (1918- ) applied for postponement of military service. He must have been successful because in 1941 he was still living here with his sister Joyce Annie (1915- ) and their mother Annie, nee Le Masurier (1876- )
- 17 BN ♥ MLR 32 - Probably for Barthelemy Nicolle and Marie Le Ray, who married in St Helier in 1731. 
Historic Environment Record entry
This is an exuberant Victorian style house with many, well crafted historic features remaining internally and externally. The outbuildings and house remain a coherent grouping contributing to the rural setting.
Three-storey main house with raised entrance and attic. Three-bay with 21st century extension to west. To east two-storey detached outbuilding. Parallel to north is two-storey converted barn with single storey outbuildings to west (originally pigsties).
Notes and references
- ↑ Possibly from original house on site