Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue du Bechet et Cats
Type of property
Early 19th century farm
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Queree: In 1941 Wilford Queree (1882- ) and his son Harold Thomas (1920- ) were living here
- JBS ♥♥ MBS 1822 - For Jean and Marguerite Bisson 
- JBS ♥♥ BLGL 1884 - For Jean Bisson (1821- ) and Betsy Le Gresley (1831- ), married in St Saviour in 1854 
Historic Environment Record entry
A good example of an historic farm group retaining historic character and features, including an early 19th century farm house with fine stonework, and contributing to rural streetscape character.
Five-bay, two-storey house with two-bay, single storey extension to the north, farm wing to the south, fouor-bay, two-storey wing east/west on the north side.
The house emulates Georgian fashion but with a continuing local character.
The pale stonework to the main house frontage reputedly comes from Penryn in Cornwall.