Green Hill

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Green Hill, St Clement


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Property name

Green Hill

Other names



Grande Route de St Clement, St Clement

Type of property

Mid-19th century house and former country shop


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

Le Couteur: In 1941 sisters Irene Emily Le Couteur (1887- ) amd Winifred Elizabeth Le Couteur (1883- ) lived here


IG ♥ JVP 1834 - For Jean Grault, of St Clement, and Jeanne Valpy, of St Saviour, who married in St Clement on 13 December 1817 [1]

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A good example of a mid-19th century house with many external and internal features of historic significance. Includes unusual survival of attached rural shop.

A combination of a house and a former shop/post office building. Main house: Set back from road, two-storey, five-bay.

Former shop/post office building: Front of the building lines up with the low wall of the main house.

Some historic detailing to interior including dog legged stairs with stick balusters and flat topped newel. Sic-panel timber doors, fireplace with moulded frame and roundels; another pilastered fireplace with corbels.

Notes and references

  1. Jean was probably the son of Philippe and Marie, nee Fauvel, but we have not been able to place him in a family tree
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