Highlands, Tr

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Highlands, Trinity


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Property name



Rue des Cateaux, Trinity [1]

Type of property

Former farmstead, 19th century origins, or earlier


Offered for sale in 2020 for £3,150,000

Families associated with the property

  • Binet
  • Laurens: In 1941 Arthur Archibald Laurens (1910- ) was living here with his wife Irene, nee de Gruchy (1910- ) and their son Arthur de Gruchy Laurens (1936- )


Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Former farm group with house of mid-19th century origins, and evidence of earlier structures on site. Numerous 20th century alterations and extensions. East wing raised early 21st century.

Consisting of a five-bay, three-storey main house with linked cottage and outbuilding perpendicular to it on the east and west sides. Stable block parallel to the cottage on the west side, with new garage block beyond. Windows throughout are in a late 19th century style. Porch at centre with simple columns and cornice. Property has been extended at the rear. Side elevation: Gable end with bell tower. Rendered with stone quoins picked out.

Notes and references

  1. Sometimes spelt Catieaux
  2. Great grandson of Edouard, above
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