Verclut Farm

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Verclut Farm, St Martin


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Property name

Verclut Farm

Location

Rue de Fliquet, St Martin

Type of property

19th century country house [1]

Valuations

Sold for £1,550,000 in 2005

Families associated with the property

None identified

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Mid-19th century villa retaining historic features. Two-storey, five-bay house with attic, with set back wings to east and west.

Central entrance, double pile. Hallway partition to east removed. Intermediary archway in hall. Stair, in open well, original but altered at base - turned balusters, handrail terminating in spiral, simple curved applique and panelling under. Four-panel doors. Ground floor east room has replacement fireplace, far east room has salvaged fireplace. Barn conversion has created new open stair in first bay, one room on first floor.

Notes and references

  1. Despite being called a 'villa' by HER, this is a fairly standard five-bay farmhouse of the mid-19th century, with two side bays. Its smart appearance in the 21st century with a front porch and louvered shutters hardly qualifies it as a villa
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