Rose Cottage, Grouville

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Rose Cottage, Grouville


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Property name

Rose Cottage

Other names


Rue de La Ville es Renauds, Grouville

Type of property

Two single-storey cottages dating back to 17th century


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Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A row of cottages, perpendicular to the road, of the single-storey form characteristic of the St Clement and Grouville coastal area. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

No 1 is five-bay, single storey. Stone walls, stone quoins at corner of original cottage. New stone extension with front door to east. Window surrounds mainly in brick although several original quoin stones survive. Rendered door surround.

No 2 is six-bay, single storey, roof converted in 21st century. Comprises three parts - a 17th century section, a 19th century section and a 21st century extension (at the rear). Stone chimneys on 17th century section with dripstones. Stone walls are random rubble with dressed stone tapered quoins, also marking corner of 17th century section. Window surrounds mainly in brick although several original upright stones survive. Quoined door surround with upright at base. Rendered door and window surrounds on 19th century section.

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