La Pallotterie

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Maison de La Palloterie, St Martin


There is confusion between this property, which is now known as St Honore, and nearby La Palloterie, now called Bonaguil

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Property name

Maison de La Palloterie [1]

Other names

  • La Pallotterie
  • St Honore


Rue de La Pallotterie, St Martin

Type of property

Farmhouse with 18th century origins


Maison de La Pallotterie was sold in 2004 for £640,000, and, renamed St Honore, for £1,055,000 in 2012 and £1.3 million in 2020

Families associated with the property

  • Pallot, the family after which the property took its name


Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Farm house retaining historic character and some features. The early 18th century origins can be seen in the stonework to the west of the building. This building is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Two-storey, five-bay farmhouse with single storey wing at angle to west.

Other parts of farm group converted and altered. Reputedly retains corbelled granite fireplace.

Notes and references

  1. This is another of many examples of a property and a minor road, probably previously known as 'where the Pallot family lived' both being given the family name. There is some disagreement as to whether the name should be spelt with one 't' or two. The road is officially known as La Pallotterie
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