Blanchard House

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Blanchard House, St Peter


Blanchard House in 1953

Georgian style country house

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Property name

Blanchard House


Grande Route des Augerez, St Peter

Type of property

Two-storey 1830s house


The property was sold for £2.4 million in 2008

Families associated with the property


None found

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Good example of circa 1830s house with ancillary outbuildings. The house is of late Georgian style. The principal south elevation is notable for its Ionic porch with decorative cornice and large pineapple finials (the symbol of hospitality).

The site includes a group of ancillary outbuildings appearing to date variously from the early-late 19th century. Adjoining to the east of the house is a single-storey range of ancillary rooms with a pitched slate roof and a tall chimneystack of matching detailing to the house.

To the north of the house is a detached range of single-storey granite outbuildings. These outbuildings are significant for their association with the main house but are utilitarian in nature and do not have interior features of interest. The site includes the yards to the rear of the property and the front garden and driveway, which are intrinsic to the setting of the property.

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