Historic Jersey buildings
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- Rossmore Cottage
- Rossmore Farm
Vallee des Vaux, St Helier
Type of property
Regency country house, outbuildings and cottage
The cottage sold for £530,000 in 2001
Families associated with the property
- Whiteley: After the Occupation an application was made by V B Whiteley under the Channel Islands Rehabilitation Scheme for damage to the property estimated at £750.
- Le Riche: In 1941 Frederick Nicolle Le Riche (1883- ) was living in the cottage
- Mourant: In 1941 Philip Charles Courtney Mourant (1902- ) and his wife Ada Dorothy, née Le Monnier (1904- ) were living at Rossmore Farm with their daughter Doreen (1926- ).
Historic Environment Record entry
An elegant Regency-style rural house retaining original features and character, with later 19th century farm buildings of exterior group value.
Two-storey, five-bay house set in its own grounds. Pitched roof with dormers and rendered chimneys, set back behind parapet pierced with quatrefoils.
Ground floor has central doorway flanked by French windows, opening on to veranda with ironwork columns, lead canopy and vine scroll frieze.
Associated rendered farm cottage.