Historic Jersey buildings
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Previously associated with Rose Lea Farm, which is a separate property further along the road
Grande Route de Faldouet, St Martin
Type of property
Georgian style farmhouse on earlier site. Previous farmhouse forms west wing of property
No recent transactions. Bought by architect John Douglas Smith in 1981 from Spong family
Families associated with the property
- Baudains: In 1941 Percy Francis Baudains (1887- ), his wife Eva, nee de Gruchy (13891- ) and their children Verdun Le Sueur Baudains (1918- ), Joyce (1922- ), George Wembley (1924- ), John Le Sueur Baudains (1928- ), Betty (1930- ) Oscar Stanley (1931- ) and Leonard Philip (1936- ) were living here.
- Le Feuvre: Also living at Rose Lea in 1941 were John Bailhache Le Feuvre (1874- ) and his wife Florence Alice, nee Le Feuvre (1884- )
- 1667 - Datestone above door of original farmhouse, now the west wing
- IRB 1722 IRM - For Pierre Robichon (1704- ) and Jeanne Remon, who married in Trinity in 1699 
- IRB 1803 - For Jean Robichon (grandson of the above). This records the construction of the main house
Historic Environment Record entry
A fine example of an elegant and well proportioned early 19th century rural house in the Georgian style, retaining original features and character, on earlier site.
Farm group. Main house, two-storey, six-bay with L-shape wings on either side.
Pantile roof with ashlar chimneys. Chimneys have thatch stones.
Enclosed front garden.
Notes and references
- ↑ The Robichon family was established in St Martin from the beginning of the 18th century but died out in the 19th