Beauverd Cottage

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Beauverd Cottages, Trinity


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Property name

Beauverd Cottages

Other names

  • 1 Beauverd Cottage
  • 2 Beauverd Cottage


Rue es Canons, Trinity

Type of property

Pair of two-storey cottages


No 1 sold for £600,000 in 2015 and No 2 for £615,000 in 2010

Families associated with the property

  • Renouf


  • PRN RLBTL 1811 to east of central first floor window - For Philippe Renouf (1759, Tr) [1] and Rachel Le Boutillier who married in Trinity in 1797

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

No 1: Late 18th/early 19th century rural house, which retains its historic character and some features. Two-storey, five-bay house. Pitched slate roof with pair of dressed granite chimneystacks, with thatch dripstones. 2 dormers.

19th century waterpump at front

No 2: Early-mid 19th century house, retaining some original external features and contributing to streetscape value with 1 Beauverd. Two-storey, four-bay.

Notes and references

  1. Son of Philippe and Marie, nee Nicolle
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