La Pointe, St O - 2

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There is another La Pointe at the junction of a different Rue de La Pointe, and Rue des Pallieres, to the north in St Ouen

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Property name

La Pointe


Junction of Rue de La Pointe (Grande Cueillete) and Grande Route de St Ouen

Type of property

Single storey roadside cottage

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A good example of mid-19th century rural cottage retaining external historic character and features in a prominent location. Five-bay, single storey house with attic. Single bay west wing. Red tile roof with two glazed cheek attic dormers with carved bargeboards and finials.

Pair of prominent gable chimneys with bracketed cornices and saw-tooth decoration. Fa├žade is stucco with projecting rusticated quoins and quoined openings. Windows are sashed with 24 pane (12/12) glazing pattern. Wing to left (west) has datestone inscribed 1850. Front garden with granite boundary wall and stucco gateway with ornate iron gate

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