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Treoville, St Peter


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Property name


Other names

Treoville Cottage


Rue de La Hague, St Peter

Type of property

Mid-18th century country house


Treoville Cottage sold for £697,000 in 2020

Families associated with the property

  • Tocque
  • Billot: In 1941 Clifford Pinel Billot (1914- ), his wife Marguerite, nee Le Guilcher (1918- ) and their daughter Margaret were living at Treoville
  • Le Guilcher: At the same time Elvina Jane Le Guilcher, nee Surcouf (1887- ) [1] and her son Andre (1921- ) were living in the cottage. Marguerite and Andre were siblings


PT ♥ SCT 1743 - For Philippe Tocque and Susanne Coutanche

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A mid-18th century property retaining historic character and some historic features. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Two-storey, five-bay house, facing south-west with central doorway, built of random granite with dressed granite quoins and window surrounds. All window sills dropped and late 19th century sash windows installed.

The west gable facade of the rear extension has two bow-fronted 35-pane Georgian-style glazed timber windows, and a door opening to the right hand side of the ground floor window.

Notes and references

  1. Widow of Guilleaume Marie Le Guilcher, a quarry labourer who came to Jersey from France
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