The Grange

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The Grange, Grouville


This picture is definitely of the house described in HER. We are not certain that this is the same property shown in the other 19th century pictures, which have been in the website since 2013. The house is not included in OJH or the Grouville Millennium book

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Property name

The Grange


Rue a Don, Grouville

Type of property

Two adjoining 19th century houses set at right angles


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Good quality example of early 19th century rural detached house with notable stonework and many surviving original features. House, two-storey and attic, five-bay.

Adjoining house at right-angles, two-storey, three-bay, matches main house, matching fanlight over panelled door. Apple crusher in front, roadside granite barn in ruinous state, granite gate piers and roadside wall.

Old Jersey Houses

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