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Rue Laurens, St Clement
Type of property
19th century farmhouse
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Blampied: In 1941 Adolphus Joshua Blampied (1896- ) was living here with his wife Lilian Eliza, nee Gruchy (1899- ) and their daughters Anne Elizabeth and Lilian Margaret. Lilian Eliza Blampied had been left the property in the 1939 will of Eliza Jane Hocquard, nee Dolbel. Adolphus Blampied was still living here when he made his will in 1971
TF ♥ EM 1768 - For Thomas Filleul and Elizabeth Monamy 
Historic Environment Record entry
Early 19th century farmhouse retaining historic character and some original features, with notable ashlar facade. The house emulates Georgian fashion but with a continuing local character.
Former associated farm buildings to rear converted to residential.
Notes and references
- ↑ The stone was originally from the door lintel at Runnymede, Samarès, and gives a false impression of the age of this property. Runnymede was demolished in 1986 and the stone was moved to the garage of Languedoc by the developer of both properties