Waterloo House

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Waterloo House, St Lawrence


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Property name

Waterloo House


Chemin des Moulins, St Lawrence

Type of property

17th century country house


Sold for £325,000 in 2005

Families associated with the property

  • Philippe
  • In 1941 Julie Alice Cory, née Viel (1873- ) and Emma Rachel Rondel, née Marett (1890- ) were living here


  • GPLP ACL 1801 - For George Philippe and Anne Collin, daughter of Jean of St Saviour. Daughters Anne and Magdelaine were baptised in St Saviour in 1789 and 1791. Anne, wife of George Philippe, was buried there (aged 57) in 1830

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A rural house of 17th century origins, retaining some original features and character. Property appears on the Richmond map. Frontage refaced early 19th century. Five-bay, two-storey detached house. Tall dressed granite chimneys with thatch stones. Small hood over door. Stone boundary wall with stone gateposts, each with a pineapple finial. Iron railings and gate. The house emulates the polite architecture of Georgian fashion but with a continuing local character.

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