Saint Ouen's Manor
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|St. Ouen's Manor|
A 19th century book illustration.
Location within Channel Islands
|Town or city||Parish of St. Ouen|
|Construction started||12th Century|
The earliest record of the house dates from 1135.
The house and grounds remain intact today, and the house is a private home for the De Carteret family. It is occasionally open to the public.
- Forty, George (2002). Channel Islands: Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark. Leo Cooper.
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