Oak Farm, St Peter

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Oak Farm, St Peter


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Property name

Oak Farm

Other names

Oak Farm Cottages

Location

Mont de l'Ecole, St Peter [1]

Type of property

Farm buildings turned into cottages

Valuations

  • 2 Oak Farm Cottages was sold for £170,000 in 2003
  • 3 Oak Farm Cottages was sold for £395,000 in 2019

Families associated with the property

  • Carrel: In 1941 Herbert Holmes Carrel (1873- ) was living at 4 Oak Farm Cottages
  • Churchill: In 1941 Elizabeth Louise Churchill, nee Haskle (1890- ) was living at Oak Farm

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This is a cohesive row of buildings, retaining their historic fabric and proportions. They contribute to the rural roadside setting. Shown on the Richmond map of 1795.

Farmbuildings turned into cottages in the 19th century, they have origins in the 17th century. They are urrently sub-divided into seperate residences.

Notes and references

  1. The school which gave its name to the road was St Anastase, built in the 16th century to provide the first grammar school eduction for boys in Jersey
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