La Vieille Demeure

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La Vieille Demeure, St Peter


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Property name

La Vieille Demeure

Other names

  • Vine Farm
  • La Vieille Demeure Cottage


Le Dredillet, St Peter

Type of property

Rural Georgian house

Families associated with the property

  • Mauger


  • PMG 1749 - For Philippe Mauger
  • PMG ♥ ILB 1754 - For Philippe Mauger and Jeanne Le Brocq who married in St Brelade in 1753 [1]

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Rural house of mid-18th century origins, with later alterations, retaining its historic character and proportions externally. Formerly Vine Farm.

Datestones on a front door lintel and over the garden entrance.

This building is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. John McCormack's Channel Island Houses dates the rear double-depth extension to the 19th century.

Two-storey, five-bay house; gable to road. Pantiled roof with large granite chimneystacks, with thatching dripstones, and dressed stone verges with moulded kneelers to east and west gables.

Altered western extension.

Notes and references

  1. Although we have found their marriage record, we have not been able to fit Philippe and Jeanne into any of our Mauger family trees. The couple do not appear to have had children
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