West Lea

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West Lea, Trinity


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Property name

West Lea


Rue du Hucquet, Trinity

Type of property

19th century single-storey cottage


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Families associated with the property

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Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Early-mid 19th century single-storey cottage, which retains its external historic character and makes a positive contribution to the rural streetscape.

A property at the location is shown on the 1849 Godfray Map. The building is of historical interest as a circa 1840s rural cottage, of the more unusual single-storey form; the five-bay arrangement and faux ashlar rendered finish illustrating the more formal symmetrical style of architecture which was fashionable at the time of construction.

There is a small front garden with boundary wall in rubble granite with brick copings. The cottage sits prominently on a road junction, and adds an interesting historic element to the rural streetscape.

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