Rosedale, St Martin

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Rosedale, St Martin


At one stage Rosedale Stores was part of the Beresford group

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Property name


Other names

  • Rosdale Cottage
  • Rosedale Stores


Gorey Village Main Road, St Martin

Type of property

Former farm now divided into a house, cottage and village shop


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property


TCAH ♥ IHC 1820 - For Thomas Charles Ahier and Jeanne Hocquard

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Former farmstead which is now split into Rosedale, Rosedale Cottage and Rosedale Stores.

Rosedale Cottage: An 18th century cottage retaining external character and features, and some original interior features. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. Attached to Rosedale on the north side. Single storey, five-bay with new extension to the south.

Rosedale: A distinct early 19th century property maintaining some original exterior features and original interior features, and contributing to the character of the heart of Gorey village. Five bays, two-storey. Single storey granite wing to the rear, with pantile roof.

Rosedale Stores: A shop operating since the late 19th century still retaining much of its original exterior and interior features and character. Operated as a shop since the end of the 19th century. Also been called Rosedale Supply Stores and Beresford Supply Stores.

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