Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue du Pont, Grouville
Type of property
19th century single-storey cottage
Sold for £820,000 in 2010
Families associated with the property
- Bree: The 1901 census shows farmer Elie Bree (1851- ) living here with his wife Ann, nee Bertram (1846- ), and in a separate household, his son, Elie John (1871- ) also a farmer, and his wife Henrietta, nee Smith (1863- ) and their son Maxwell (1897- )
In 1941 Doris May Bree, née Rive (1911- ) was living here with her sons Randolph Winston, Denis John, David Roy and Michael. Doris was the widow of Elie John's son Winston, by his second wife Mabel Mary Gallichan
Historic Environment Record entry
Early 19th century house retaining original interior and exterior features, of the single-storey form characteristic of the St Clement and Grouville coastal area.
Single storey, 5+2 bay cottage with three bay single storey extension to the west.