Meadow Farm, Vieille Charriere

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Meadow Farm, Trinity


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Property name

Meadow Farm


Vieille Charriere, Trinity

Type of property

Refronted 18th century house


Sold for £2,050,000 in 2014

Families associated with the property

  • Blampied: In 1941 John and Janet May Hatcher, nee Blampied, were living here. Janet was the daughter of Charles Clement Blampied and Mary Ann Lindsay. Charles left the property to Janet in his will, buit the bequest was later revoked. He was the son of Charles Blampied and Elizabeth Richardson, who was the daughter of Clement Richardson and Elizabeth Le Huquet. We have had some difficulty reconciling this descent with our existing family trees, but Clement was the son of Clement Richardson and Susan Bellot, and the maternal line is taken back a further three generations in Descendants of Pierre Belau.


Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This 18th century house, refronted in the early 19th century, retains its proportions, character and many historic features. It contributes to its rural setting.

This building is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Refronted in 1819 - datestone on front door lintel. Two-storey, five-bay house with attic. To north west is single storey monopitch shed and outbuilding. House front (south) elevation: slate roof with granite chimneys, with dripstones, to each gable. Three dormers. Walls random rubble between window lintels and cills above, between windows is squared granite with long and short dressed openings.

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