Les Champs

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Les Champs, St Saviour


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Property name

Les champs

Other names

  • Richelieu
  • Richelieu Villas
  • Richelieu Lodge Guest House


Bagot Road, St Saviour

Type of property

19th century pair of semi-detached houses and separate lodge; multiple-occupancy


1 Richelieu Villas sold for £475,000 in 2007; 2 Richelieu Villas sold for £850,000 in 2020, and the Guest House sold for £700,000 in 2012

Families associated with the property

Eloie: In 1941 Jean Desire Joseph Eloie (1915- ), his wife Joan, nee Kemp (1918- ) and their children Patricia Joan (1936- ), Jacqueline June (1938- ) and Germaine Irene (1940- ) were living a 2 Richelieu Villas Moss: Also at No 2 in 1941 were sisters Alice Moss (1860- ) and Lily Moss (1866- )

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Mid-19th century villa, which retains some good exterior features including unusual well-preserved gothic style windows. Home to writer Elinor Glyn in late 19th century.

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