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- La Glinette Farm
- Maison de La Glinette
Mont es Tours/Rue de Haut, St Brelade
Type of property
Early 18th century farm now converted into two properties
The property was divided into two units before being sold in December 2016. La Glinette Farm sold for £4,650,000 and Maison de La Glinette for £2,250,000. La Glinette Farm was subsequently offered again for sale at a price of £5,950,000, but then withdrawn from sale
Families associated with the property
- Vautier: Possible connection with stone below
- Phillips: In 1942 Percival Walter Jack Phillips (1911- ) and his wife Freda Elsie May, nee Larbalestier (1911-) were living here with her mother, Florence May Larbalestier, nee Fisher (1879- ) and the couple's son James Richard Phillips (1942- )
- IV ♥ MS 1719 - Possibly for Jean Vautier and Magdeleine Salmon, both of St Ouen, who married in St Saviour in 1711, but not confirmed. The stone is not listed in Old Jersey Houses or the datestone register.
Historic Environment Record entry
An early 18th century four-bay two-storey farmhouse, retaining original character and fabric of architectural and historic interest. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
This description seems to bear little relationship to the property as it now stands, but presumably refers to the section on the right of the picture in the box at the top of the page.