Kearsney

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Kearsney, St Clement


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Property name

Kearsney

Other names

Location

Rue de Samares, St Clement

Type of property

Rural house with 18th century origins

Valuations

No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Averty
  • Le Verdier In 1941 Albert Desire Le Verdier (1885- ), his wife Elvina, nee Eveillard (1887- ) and their son Albert Charles (1925- ) were living here

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Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Rural house of late 18th century origins, retaining external proportions and some historic features. Also of group value with other houses of similar character scattered along this road, contributing to street scene.

The house emulates the architecture of Georgian fashion but with a continuing local character. House, five-bay, two-storey plus attic. Pitched slate roof with rendered brick gable chimneys. Pair of late Victorian dormers with decorative bargeboards and finials; catslide dormer at rear.

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