Anchor Cottage

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Anchor Cottage, Trinity


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Property name

Anchor Cottage

Other names


Rue du Douet, Trinity

Type of property


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Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Mid-late 19th century cottage. Possible 18th century origins as site occupied in 1795 (Richmond map). One of a pair of similar adjacent cottages: standing parallel with Becquet Vincent to the south, both side on to road.

Detached cottage, single storey with attic, six-bay. Pitched pantile roof, rooflights to south, two dormers to north, brick chimneys, west one with thatch stone. Doorway off centre to west up steps, patio door at east end.

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