Bon Air Apartments

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Bon Air Apartments, St Clement


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Property name

Bon Air Apartments

Other names

Bon Air


Grande Route de La Cote, St Clement

Type of property

Mirror pair of seaside villas


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Lamy: In 1941 John Paul Louis Lamy (1901- ) [1], his wife Margaret Eleanor, nee Sullivan (1906- ) and their daughter Olga Jean (1926- ) were living here

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Late 19th century pair of seaside villas with external ornamentation which has been recently replaced in similar style, contributing to street scene. The house displays the architecture of Victorian Gothic fashion. Originally a pair of mirrored houses, Each two-bay, three-storey with smaller flanking extensions set back.

Pitched slate roof, central shared chimney stack; each house with large gable on inner bay, serpentine bargeboards, pendants to apexes; overhanging eaves to main roof supported by long, slender, spiked timber brackets.

French windows, narrow timber balcony, framed by shouldered hood on small brackets with raised keystone. Attic windows below gable have similar surround.

Notes and references

  1. Son of Jean Jacques l'Amy (1865- ) and Eva Le Vauvre; grandson of Paul Pierre l'Amy (1831-1904), born in Normandy, and Desiree Augustine Le Petit (1837-1924), also born in Normandy
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