La Ronde Porte

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La Ronde Porte, St Saviour


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Property name

La Ronde Porte

Location

Grande Route de St Martin, St Saviour

Type of property

18th century farm

Valuations

No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Le Sueur: After the datestone below, the family association with the property continued. Probate was granted in 1976 for the will of Marguerite Le Sueur

Datestones

  • 19 PLS ♥ AJD 02 - For Philip Le Sueur and Ada Jane Drelaud, married in St Saviour in 1902. Philip was the son of farmer Philip, son of Jean; and Ann Jane, nee de Faye, daughter of Elie. Ada Jane was the daughter of John Drelaud

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Farm group with 18th century origins. It retains its historic character and farming features such as the in-situ apple crusher, and the fabric of the farm buildings remaining unaltered.

The integrity of the plan of the house remains, along with many historic features, despite the house being extended in 1936. It presents as a coherent group.

A house in this location is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

The pedestrian and vehicular access round arches on the roadside seem to have been separated and are possibly from an earlier 18th century house on the site. The main house was extended to the east by two bays in 1936.

Thatched outbuildings to north were raised and slated in 1914.

The two-storey three-bay farmhouse is set back from road with adjoining outbuildings on road to the north returning east to form the U-shaped farmyard.

There are detached single storey outbuildings at the east end of house. To the rear of these, further east, is a row of pigsties connecting to a two-storey bakehouse.

Outbuildings retain a Jersey range, brick paviours, cow byres and apple crusher. The bakehouse retains a corbelled fireplace with bread oven.

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