La Croiserie

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La Croiserie, St Ouen


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Property name

La Croiserie

Other names

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La Croiserie, St Ouen

Type of property

Farm group

Families associated with the property

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This large 17th century farm group has not suffered from recent alterations, like so many other examples, and remains largely intact. The main house is architecturally very well balanced and parts of the west range appear to date from much earlier. This is a fine intact complex of farm buildings.

Farm group with 17th century origins, 19th century additions. Main house with west range, pigsties, bakehouse and associated buildings.

Main house: 2 storey, 5 bay. Front (south) elevation: slate roof with rendered chimneys. Painted render with ashlar effect. Timber porch with Ionic pillars and dentilled cornice. Windows 12 pane (6/6) timber sashes without horns.

West range: single storey, 6 bay. Slate roof and central render chimney. Timber windows and doors mostly matching main house. South gable of range has a decorated kneeler/ridge-stones circa 1600.

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