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Type of property
Five-bay two-storey house on Rozel Harbou
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Families associated with the property
- JRS ♥ JLS 1832 - Included in Datestone Register but not interpreted. Marriage register entries suggest that it is for Jean Richardson, of St Martin, and Jeanne Le Sueur, who married in St Helier in 1825
Historic Environment Record entry
Early 19th century house which retains its exterior historic character and features. Of key importance for its early contribution to the Rozel harbour scenery and its continued position as one of the most prominent historic buildings at the harbour.
This is the first house built here, datestone 1832, a prominent building seen in isolation in 19th century views of theharbour from the south. North-east wing added later in 19th century, possibly at same time as dormers. Lean-to shed seen on south-west elevation in early 20th century postcard view, replaced later in 20th century by present wing, recently upgraded.
For over a century after it was built in 1832, White House was the only structure on the north-west arm of the harbour