La Vieille Davisonnerie

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La Vieille Davisonnerie, St Saviour


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Property name

La Vieille Davisonnerie

Other names

La Davisonnerie, before the property was divided in the 20th century


Route de La Hougue Bie, St Saviour

Type of property

Country house built early 19th century


Offered for sale at £3.15 million in 2020

Families associated with the property



Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A circa 1803 house, which retains its fine external stonework and historic character. Rural house of circa 1803 origins, with late 20th century and earlier 21st century alterations. Slate roof with gabled dormers. Dressed granite chimneystack, with thatch dripstones, on each gable. Central entrance with door. Raked dormer over central stair bay, built 1970. House set back from road with southern boundary wall in rubble granite; built in 2007 using old granite but incorporating garden gateway with dressed stone jambs. Converted outbuildings and modern extensions.

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