Beau Sejour

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Beau Sejour, St John


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Property name

Beau Sejour


Rue de Fremont, St John

Type of property

Grand five-bay country house with two substantial wings


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Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A 19th century rural house, with possible earlier origins, retaining some original historic and internal features.

East wing thought to predate main 19th century range, which is a typical rural 19th century house with service range detached to rear.

Detached house and range of outbuildings to rear.

Main house single pile, with central hall and stair, fine mahogany staircase, turned balusters, wreathed newel with mother of pearl button on ground floor on cluster of turned balusters, swan neck rail, rising to attic.

Dower wing: single room on each floor. Barn range, no surviving internal features except a few ceiling beams between ground floor and attic, converted to residential use.

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