Les Pres, Grouville

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Les Pres, Grouville


Not to be confused with nearby La Maletiere, now known as Les Pres Manor

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Property name

Les Pres


Cache des Pres, Grouville

Type of property

Farm group with 17th century origins


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Touzel: Henry Samuel Touzel (1857- ) was living here alone in 1941, continuing more than a century of occupancy by his family. Henry never married


Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Historic farm group, with good early 19th century house and 18th century pressoir, with 17th century origins, retaining historic character and features.

The farmhouse, with its outbuildings, forms a valuable historic group. The house was rebuilt in 1817 using stones from earlier 17th century house.

Main farmhouse: two-storey to south, three-storey to north, with attic, five-bay, with wing to west and east. Detached two-storey outbuildings to north with single storey to northwest.

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Notes and references

  1. Not included in the Datestone Register or recorded elsewhere. It is not clear which H Touzel had the stone erected. It was too early for Henry Samuel's father and too late for his great-grandfather. It is possible that it was erected by his great-uncle Henry (1774- ), about whom little is known
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