Homely Cottage

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Homely Cottage, St Ouen


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Property name

Homely Cottage

Other names

None known


Mont de la Grève de Lecq, St Ouen

Type of property

Georgian cottage

Families associated with the property

  • Le Tarouilly: Alfred Ferdinand Le Tarouilly (1895- ), his wife Agnes Ann, nee Le Brocq (1898- ), their son Francis George (1924- ) and daughter Iris Monica (1926- ) were living here in 1941

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A single storey 18th century cottage, of a type that has become increasingly rare, retaining historic character and contributing to its rural scenic context. Service wing added in 19th century.

Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Main house with service wing to rear.

Main house: 2 storey, 4 bay. Front (south) elevation: slate roof with tilt lights, stone chimneys. Random rubble construction with pierre perdu mortar. Windows 4 pane (2/2) timber sashes, timber door.

Rear (north) elevation: matching roof, windows. Rear, north service wing front (south) elevation: pierre perdu render. Rear (north) elevation: pierre perdu mortar.

The interior is divided by three timber beams, 2 are boxed in and 1 is visible, it is chamfered.

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