Chaumiere de l'Orme

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Chaumiere de l'Orme, Grouville


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Property name

Chaumiere de l'Orme.

La Cote au Palier, a much older house also in St Martin, was previously also called Chaumiere de l'Orme

Other names

The house is now surrounded by a late 20th century housing estate bearing the same name


Rue a Don, Grouville

Type of property

19th century cottage

Families associated with the property

  • Le Feuvre: The 1901 census shows school attendance officer Philip Le Feuvre (1842- ) and his wife Ann Matilda, nee de Faye (1846- ) [1] living here with their servant Francois L'Abbe (1835- )
  • Filleul: During the German Occupation John Filleul (1877- ) and his wife Mabel Esther, nee Le Brun (1887- ) were living here

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Fine example of early-mid 19th century rural cottage in neo-classical style, with many surviving interior and exterior features. Detached, single storey with attic, 5 bay.

Many original timber four-panelled doors, pine board floors, and timber panelling to window reveals. Mahogany staircase to attic rooms. Few features in attic except for cast iron fireplace in west room.

Notes and references

  1. Ann gave her birth year as 1852 for the census
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