Cambrai Farm

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Cambrai Farm, Trinity


This is a distinct property from Cambrai in the same road

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Property name

Cambrai Farm


Rue de Cambrai

Type of property

19th century farmhouse


Sold for £1.4 million in 2011

Families associated with the property


  • Blampied: Charles Blampied had right as son and sole heir of Charles Blampied, his father. On 01/04/1815? Charles Blampied had right by partage of Charles Blampied his father
  • Jeune: On 28 October 1876 Francois Jean Jeune purchased from Charles Blampied (at that time the property was named La Maison de Cambree)
  • Hocquard: On 07 September 1979 Ian Richard Hocquard purchased from Henrietta Maud Jeune, his grandmother. She had inherited from her father, Francis Adolphus Jeune, as daughter and sole heir. Francis Adolphus Jeune inherited from his father, Francois Jean Jeune, as son and principal heir


Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This mid-late 19th century house retains its historic character and proportions on the south elevation, contributing to rural streetscape.

Two-storey, five-bay main house with converted barn running north/south to west side and 20th century extensions to rear. .

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