Hill View

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Hill View, St Clement


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Property name

Hill View

Other names

  • 1 Hill View
  • 2 Hill View


Grande Route de St Clement, St Clement

Type of property

19th century rural house, possibly originally a single-storey cottage. Now divided into two residential units


1 Hill View was sold for £517,000 in 2013 and £550,000 in 2014

Families associated with the property

  • Godfray
  • Chall: The Godfray connection continued into the mid-20th century. In 1941 Arthur Paul Chall (1907- ) and his wife Elsie Maud, nee Godfray (1905- ) were living here. We have not been able to link Elsie Maud to the John Godfray who had a datestone erected on the property, or to find any connection her ancestors had with the parish of St Clement.


  • JGF 1823 - For John Godfray

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Rural house with early 19th century origins, with some original features surviving. Possibly built up from single storey cottage.

No 1: Semi-detached, two-storey, three-bay. Pitched slate roof, rendered chimneys at ends, two replacement dormers.

No 2: Semi-detached, side-on to road. two-storey with attic, five-bay. Pitched slate roof, chimneys at ends, 2 dormers at front, catslide dormer and rooflights at rear.

Single pile, double fronted, central hall and stairway. Mahogany railed staircase to first floor, dog leg. Some timberwork survives, including skirtings, some panelled room partitions on first floor, and some four-panel doors; 19th century iron range in kitchen in ground floor south room; fireplace opening in ground floor north room; iron fireplaces in the two first floor bedrooms; stairs to attic, exposed trusses, gable windows.

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