Historic Jersey buildings
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Route de Beaumont, St Peter
Type of property
Early 19th century country house now divided into apartments
Sold for £800,000 in 2001. Since then the apartments have sold for between £200,000 and £415,000
Families associated with the property
- Hamling: The 1901 census shows John William Hamling (1864- ) and his wife Jane Maria, nee Carre (1864- ) living here with their children Laura (1888- ), Annie (1901- ) and Arthur (1996- )
In 1941 John William Hamling was living here alone. He left the house in his 1946 will to his children Arthur George Hamling, George Stanley Hamling, Laura Jane Le Brun, née Hamling and Annie Ethel Shackell, née Hamling
- FGD ♥♥ EFR 1802 - For François Gaudin and Elizabeth Fleury, both of St Peter, who married in St Saviour in 1795 
Historic Environment Record entry
This early 19th century granite house retains its historic fabric and proportions and contributes to the streetscape.
Two-storey house with attic, five bays. Single bay to east and 20th century development adjoining to the west.
Brick chimneys on each gable. Two dormers and rooflights. Walls squared stone with dressed stone long and short surrounds to openings.
Datestone incised to central door lintel. Rear (north) elevation: pantile roof sweeps down to single storey over 2 east bays, raked dormer over central bay. Walls render. Windows 12 pane sashes.
Notes and references
- ↑ We have found confirmation of the couple's marriage but have not been able to place them in any of our family trees. The couple appear not to have had any children