Rue Freule, St Ouen
Type of property
19th century house, with linked buildings, which were previously a shop and later a farm.
The property was sold for £800,000 in April 2019.
Families associated with the property
Late 19th Century and most of the 20th Century the property was owned by the Le Cornu family.
Historic Environment Record entry
Early 19th century house retaining historic character with high-quality stonework.
House: 2 storey 5 bay. Front (south) elevation: slate roof with tilt-lights and ashlar granite chimneys. Facade with exposed long/short dressed stone openings, dressed granite ashlar plinth and flush painted render finish. Rear (north) elevation: matching roof, painted render finish with raised render quoin-effect at the angle, 1 central window and elevation intersected by the rear range.
East lean-to extension: single storey, 1 bay. Hipped slate roof, random stone construction with dressed opening. Dressed stone boundary wall and gate to front garden.
North range and other later additions and extensions.