Le Tapon, St S

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Property name

Le Tapon, St Saviour

Other names


Rue du Tapon, St Saviour

Type of property

19th century farm


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Millais
  • Ozouf: In 1901 Philippe Francois Fremont Ozouf (1861- ) and his wife Louise Mary, nee Corbin (1861- ) (see datestone below) were living here with their son Frank (1883- ) and daughter Florence (1889- ), as well as Louise Mary's mother Henriette (1835- ). Philippe's father Fremont was an immigrant from France
  • Vezier: In 1941 pierre Joseph Vezier (1877- ), his wife Emilie Marie, nee Larrivain (1880- ) and their daughter Ada Emily Winnifred (1923- ) were living here


  • 1671 IM - For Jean Millais
  • 1888 - No initials
  • 19 PFFO ♥ LMC12 For Philippe Francois Fremont Ozouf and Louise Mary Corbin

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A late 19th century farm group maintaining some original features and character. Main house perpendicular to the road, with garage extension to the east.

L-shaped farm buildings enclose a yard on the northern side.

Late Victorian style house has been substantially altered internally with few features of note. The outbuildings continue to be used for farming purposes and retain original character and features such as tethers.

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