Les Genets

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Les Genets, St Clement


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Property name

Les Genets

Location

Grande Route de La Cote, St Clement

Type of property

1920s Arts and Crafts style country house

Valuations

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Families associated with the property

  • Sutton: In 1941 Harry Sutton (1895- ), his wife Ada Louisa, nee Pearce (1895- ) and their daughters Esme May (1923- ) and Margery (1925- ) were living here
  • Walker: Also at Les Genets in 1941 were Leslie Walker (1904- ) and his wife Eileen Lilian, nee Harrison (1904- )

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

1920s Arts and Crafts style detached house which retains its exterior character. One of a row of substantial early 20th century detached houses in similar style lining this part of the coast road, set in large gardens.

In the style of Edwin Lutyens.

Westmorland slate roof (re-roofed circa 2005) with various slopes, catslides, tall roughcast chimneys and dormers.

Various modern extensions to rear. Set behind wall, with timber double gates, in large garden.

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