Camellia Cottage

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Camellia Cottage, St Martin


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Property name

Camellia Cottage


Vallee de Rozel, St Martin

Type of property

19th century brick cottage


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

Ahier: In 1941 Dorothy Mabel Ahier (1917- ) was living here with her daughters Mabel Violet and Beatrice Joan

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Rare example of brick-built 19th century cottage, with characteristic pattern of burnt headers and red brick stretchers. Many surviving features.

Believed to have made and stored lobster pots made from local willow in attic.

Built in what seems to be former quarry, possibly for Rozel Pier.

Single storey, three-bay cottage with attic. Pitched slate roof, brick chimney at north end, 1870 dated brick on south-east corner.

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