Le Vivier, St J

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Le Vivier, St John


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Property name

Le Vivier

Location

Route de Mont Mado, St John

Type of property

Mid-18th century farmhouse with earlier origins and later additions

Valuations

Sold for £775,000 in 2001; £925,000 in 2004; and £1,420,000 in 2014

Families associated with the property

  • Dolbel
  • Malzard
  • Darcel: In 1941 Jacques Jean Pierre Darcel (1873-1945) and his wife Virginie Julie, née Corlay (1876- ) were living here
  • Jehan: Marie Anne Louise Jehan (1882- ) and John Francis Jehan (1922- ) were also registered here in 1941

Datestones

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Mid-18th century farmstead with possible 16th century origins.

Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Two-storey, three bay house and associated buildings to west. 20th century wing to the east in a similar style; cottage attached at right angles to the west. Pitched slate roof, dressed granite chimneys, raking dormers to south. Modern extensions on the north side.

Central door. Two corbelled stone fireplaces.

Old Jersey Houses

Apart from mentioning that the property had a pigsty, there is no further reference in either volume.

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