Haute Falaize

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Haute Falaize, St Lawrence


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Property name

Haute Falaize [1]

Location

Mont Felard, St Lawrence

Type of property

Mid-19th century house [2]

Valuations

Offered for sale recently at £2.8 million

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A mid-19th century property retaining original exterior features, proportions and character in a prominent hill top location; contributing positively to the character of the area. 2 bay, 2 storey classically proportioned house, with rear wing. South elevation: Hipped slate roof with central rendered chimney with moulded and bracketed rim. Stucco walls with rusticated quoins, quoined window surrounds and lintels. String course between ground and first floor. First floor windows are 6 pane (3/3) sashes. Ground floor windows 15 pane (6/9) sashes.

Notes and references

  1. This appears to be how the house name is spelt by its owners, but Falaise is the common Jersey spelling
  2. Described as 'Georgian' when offered for sale, but almost certainly of later construction.
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