Lindridge Hall

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Lindridge Hall, St Helier


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Property name

Lindridge Hall/La Pouquelaye


Upper King's Cliff, St Helier

Type of property

1850 town house, divided into flats


Sold for £900,000 in 2007

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Circa 1850 villa type property which retains external historic character and features, contributing to historic townscape. Three-storey, three-bay detached property set in its own grounds.

The roof has been raised in recent times to create an extra attic floor of accommodation. The entrance passage is divided by a shallow arch supported on classical pilasters.

The open mahogany staircase has a round handrail returning in a horizontal spiral, turned balusters, and appliqué to risers, circa 1850.

A veined marble fireplace with scroll/shell supports in a front ground floor room circa 1855. Some ceiling Rosettes circa 1850 survive. A flat arch separates staircase in hall.

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