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Transvaal, Grouville


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Property name


Other names

  • Transvaal 1
  • Transvaal 2
  • Transvaal Villa


Rue de Fauvic, Grouville

Type of property

19th century house and cottage


No 2 sold for £361,000 in 2012 and £710,000 in 2019

Families associated with the property

  • Cabot: In 1941 Philip George Cabot (1902- ) and his wife Delphine Emma, nee Baudains (1901- ) were living here [1]

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Late 19th century properties retaining original exterior Victorian features and proportions, contributing to streetscape character. Three-bay, two-storey house (Transvaal) with attached two-bay, two-storey cottage (Transvaal Villa), in prominent corner location, both with rendered dwarf wall with pyramid-cap gate piers and swan-neck iron railings in front gardens.

Pitched slate roofs with crested ridge tiles on both properties, and rendered chimneystacks with matching moulded cornice bands and square pots.

Transvaal has three ornate pitched roof dormers at the front. Transvaal Villa has a single ornate pitched roof dormer at the rear.

Notes and references

  1. Although we have not been able to place Philip George in any of our extensive collection of Cabot family trees, we hav established that he was the son of Phlip John Cabot (1880- ) and Florence Vautier (1878- ), grandson of George Nicolas Cabot (1845- ) and Charlotte Arm (1846- )
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