Belle Greve

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Belle Greve, St Lawrence


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Property name

Tamale

Previous names

Belle Greve

Location

Rue de Haut, St Lawrence

Type of property

Georgian 'Cod house'

Families associated with the property

  • Clement Like the majority of houses in Rue de Haut, Belle Greve was built in the 19th century for affluent owners and has no connections with the farming community. For many years the property was owned by the Clement family from St Brelade, and it passed through many generations. They provided sea captains and retained strong connections with the GaspĂ© area of Quebec until early in the 20th century

Datestones

None known

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

An early-mid 19th century house, retaining exterior historical features and character. The whole property is set back from road with a high stone wall and planting. An open driveway and a separate iron gate.

Old Jersey Houses

Not included

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