Slate House

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Slate House, St Clement


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Property name

Slate House

Other names

Slate Farm


Grande Route de St Clement, St Clement

Type of property

18th century Georgian style farmhouse


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • De Veulle
  • Le Quesne: In 1940 applications were made to defer military service by Reginald Palmer Le Quesne (1917- ) and Donald Couteur Le Quesne (1918- ). That for Reginald must have succeeded because he was still living here in 1941


Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A good quality example of a 18th century farmhouse with fine stonework detailing, with later 19th century farm buildings. The group retains original exterior and interior features of historic significance.

The house is Georgian style but with a continuing local character.

Principal house, two-storey five-bay, built in 18th century and late 19th century farm buildings.

Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. Previously known as Slate Farm. Principal farmhouse.

Farm buildings including late 19th century house.

Notes and references

  1. Not IMGT as shown twice by HER
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