The Glen, St Clement

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The Glen, St Clement


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Property name

The Glen


Grande Route de La Cote, St Clement

Type of property

19th century cottage and outbuildings


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Baudains: In 1941 Vernon Francis Baudains (1902- ), his wife Ada Isabel, née Hallewell (1904- ) and their children Harry Hallewell and Patricia Frances were living here. We have not been able to place the family in any of our trees

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Late 19th century cottage enlarged in phases in the 20th century, with group of 19th century small farm buildings including small granite barn.

Good survival of ornamental exterior of cottage in Victorian Gothic fashion, forming a group with associated farm buildings.

Detached, single-storey with attic, four bays, modern extensions to rear. Pitched slate roof with additions to rear.

Internal layout largely altered in 20th century, including replacement of staircase elsewhere, so that present layout difficult to relate to original. Very few internal features survive.

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