Fair Oaks

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Fair Oaks, St Clement


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Property name

Fair Oaks


Grande Route de St Clement, St Clement

Type of property

19th century detached Georgian style house


Sold for £615,000 in 2017

Families associated with the property

Rabet: In 1941 Alfred Francis Rabet (1905- ) was living here with his wife Elsie Louisa, nee Carrel (1907- ) and their children Dennis Alfred (1923- ) and Elsie Eva. Also in the household were Alfred's parents Yves Marie Rabet (1891- ) and Elsie Marie, nee Rimeur (1892- ). Alfred fell foul of the authorities in 1942 when he was accused of hoarding flour

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Early-mid 19th century detached house with some surviving external and internal historic features. Emulates the polite architecture of Georgian fashion but with a continuing local character. Detached, set back from road with low, random rubble stone wall, main building two-storey, five-bay, with single story east wing.

Central passage, single pile. Dog legged staircase with stick balusters with flat topped turned newel. Most doors are six-panel timber, some with reed moulded architrave. Ground floor room to the east with ceiling rose.

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