Ponterrin Villa

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Late 19th century farmhouse, and its outbuildings, contributes to the setting in the cluster of buildings at Ponterrin. The house retains historic features and its plan form. Site includes rare survival of ruins of single-storey Jersey vernacular cottage dating to late 1500s / early 1600s. Detached farmhouse, set back from road. Farmhouse (2 storey, 3 bay) with outbuildings adjoining to the northwest. Farmhouse front (east) elevation: slate roof with rendered chimneys to each gable. Walls rendered with ashlar and keystone effect. Windows 2 pane (1/1) sashes with round headed margin lights. Door 4 panel, overlight with gold "Ponterrin Villa". Console bracket over with vermiculated panel between brackets. Low rubble wall, with brick coping, granite gate piers. Rear (west) elevation: slate roof. Walls rendered rubble. Windows 2 pane (1/1) sashes with round headed margin lights. 20th century 2 storey, flat roofed extension to central bay. Outbuilding to west: corrugated iron roof. Rubble wall to north, brick dressed openings and render to south. Openings boarded up. Ruins of single-storey Jersey vernacular cottage dating to late 1500s / early 1600s in the garden south of main house. Rubble walls. Corbelled granite fireplace with convex moulded corbels, joggle stones. Granite flags to floor. Doorway evident to south wall. Ground floor south room retains fireplace, north room only mantel shelf. 4 panel door

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