Historic Jersey buildings
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Sandybrook Lane, St Peter
Type of property
Early 18th century country house
Sold for £285,000 in 2001; £610,000 in 2013
Families associated with the property
- TBT ♥ AL 1719 - Not previously identified by other sources, but matches marriage of Thomas Bertaut and Anne Laurens in St Lawrence in 1711
Historic Environment Record entry
An early 18th century rural house with a good survival of original interior and exterior features. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Three-bay, two-storey cottage. Pantile roof with box dormer. Stone chimneys with thatch stones. Random rubble with quoins and quoined window surrounds. Uprights on windows are irregular. First floor windows have been heightened, ground floor ones heightened and lowered. New casement windows. Gable end, appears as attic storey on roadside. Location of hatch at attic level with stone surround, including uprights, now blocked in.
Attic has small fireplace in east gable wall with stone lintel. Hatch to the right of it. Original roof trusses, later heightened for new roof.