Ville à l'Eveque Cottage

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Ville a l'Eveque Cottage, Trinity


Not to be confused with the cottage forming part of the Ville à l'Eveque property elsewhere in the parish

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Property name

Ville a l'Eveque Cottage

Other names

Le Bouillon


Rue de La Monnaie, Trinity

Type of property

Country cottage


Sold for £899,000 in 2018

Families associated with the property

None identified

Historic Environment Record entry

The cottage, which is not a listed building, is shown on the 1849 Godfray map, and the original building would also appear to be on the 1795 Richmond Map. There is no evidence for an earlier history.

The land registry traces the house to around 1801 when it is referred to as Le Bouillon.

The house was altered in the 1950s and 1970s and presents its original single storey form to the roadside, but the principal south elevation is dominated by a large dormer extension which in effect creates an additional floor.

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