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La Retyraite Jardins
Neuve Route, Trinity
Type of property
Three-storey 19th century farmhouse divided into separate units
- 1 La Retraite sold for £592,500 in 2007 and £670,000 in 2009
- 2 La Retraite sold for £505,000 in 2007
- 3 La Retraite sold for £463,000 in 2006 and £582,000 in 2014
- 4 La Retraite sold for £430,000 in 2005
- La Retraite Jardins sold for £800,000 in 2020
Families associated with the property
- Blampied: In 1901 farmer Stanley Hocquard Blampied (1873- ) was living here with his widowed mother Amelia, nee Hocquard (1844- ), his sisters Edith (1867- ), Leila (1872- ) and Aline (1879- ) and his brother Snowdon (1883- ) Their father, Denis, died earlier in the year and Stanley inherited the family farm
- INM ABN 1803 - This stone does not appear to have been recorded before. It is believed to stand for Josue Norman and Anne Binet, who had ten children baptised in Trinity in the early years of the 19th century. We have not been able to find a marriage record for the couple, nor to place them in any of our Norman family trees.
Historic Environment Record entry
A good example of an early-mid 19th century farmhouse retaining historic character and original features. House - 3 bay, 2 storey with semi-basement. Double-pile plan with gable entrance.
Altered and converted outbuildings.