Historic Jersey buildings
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Mont Cochon, St Lawrence
Type of property
THree-storey country house
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Coutanche: In 1941 Lionel Coutanche (1901- ) was living here with his wife Emma Florence, née Jarnet (1898- ) and their children Alma Florence (1923- ), Lionel Warren (1925- ), Laurence Gerald (1927- ), Norah Margaret (1930- ) Eileen Berenice and Mavis Joyce
- Le Sueur: Also living here in 1941 were sisters Emma Helene (1928- ) and Bertha May Le Sueur (1930- )
- IHM ♥ AAB 1805 - For Jean Hamon and Ann Aubert, married in St Saviour in 1783
- IHM ♥♥ MPN 1840 - For Jean Hamon and Marie Pinel, married in St Lawrence in 1811 
Historic Environment Record entry
A notable example of a substantial and well executed early 19th century Jersey house, with a good survival of original features and integrity as a well built 19th century farm group in an impressive landscape setting.
The five-bay, three-storey house dates from 1805. The site appears on the Richmond map, and is known to have been farmed since 16th century, though limited evidence remains of the original property.
Two-storey press house to the east, walled garden in the west, L-shaped farm buildings to the north and pigsties and outbuildings on the east. The house emulates the polite architecture of Georgian fashion but with a continuing local character.
Stone arch over entrance with the date 1814. Brick arch over carriage entrance. Carriage entrance. Stone steps up to first floor door.
Interior has fine, original panelled doors and moulded fireplaces, and an exquisite spiral staircase.
Old Jersey Houses
Notes and references
- ↑ We have not been able to place either Jean in our Hamon family trees