Homestill, St O

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Homestill, St Ouen


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Property name


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Route du Marais, St Ouen

Type of property

Georgian house

Families associated with the property

  • Morel: 2020 owners
  • Stuber: Occupants in 1941

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

House, with early 19th century origins, retaining external historic character with good quality stonework, and including a roadside well and pump of scenic importance. House with well head to southeast. Single storey, five-bay.

Front (east) elevation: slate roof with pair of dressed granite chimneys. Victorian Gothic style crested ridge-tiles and dormers added early 21st century. Facade in squared stone construction with dressed quoins and openings.

Rear (west) elevation: random and squared stone construction with rough dressed openings. South extension.

Wellhead: capped dressed stone well-head with a timber planked-door and a late 19th century cast iron hand pump.

Central entrance, double pile. The interior has been renovated in recent years and the only original features visible are a stone range recess in the rear of the building and the original pegged roof timbers.

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