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Fernlands, St Saviour


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Property name


Other names

Little Fernlands


Rue a La Dame, Grands Vaux, St Saviour

Type of property

Farmstead of early 19th century origins, since much altered


  • Sold for £1.2 million in 2006
  • Little Fernlands sold for £925,000 in 2007
  • Fernlands and Little Fernlands sold for £1.65 million in 2019
  • On the market for £2.45 million in 2021

Families associated with the property



Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Farmstead shown on 1935 ordnance survey map. Plan of three ranges. Although of early 19th century origins, the property has been substantially altered and refurbished 20-21st centuries. The east range does not retain any historic character or notable original features. The main house retains original stonework on its south elevation. L-shaped block with main house and wing to west in two sections, with lean-to on end.

Notes and references

  1. Probably the same Edouard as shown on the second stone because there were no earlier Edouards in the family
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