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Rue de l'Eglise, St Peter
Type of property
Mid-19th century St Peter's Village house
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Le Brocq: In 1941 Albert Falle Le Brocq (1871- ) and his wife Ada Anley, née Poignand (1875- ) were living here. 
Historic Environment Record entry
This fine mid-19th century rural house  retains its proportions and historic features, of particular note the doorway. It contributes to its important setting opposite St. Peter's Church. Set back slightly from road.
Two-storey, five-bay with lean-to to west gable and single storey wing running south from west. Detached single storey outbuilding on north boundary.
Doorway surrounded by architraves of engaged Ionic, fluted capitals, dentilled cornice. Door reveal panelled, door in frame with half glazed side panels and overlight with margin lights, coloured glass and "Brockleigh" in gold paint.
Notes and references
- ↑ The house name is possibly a corruption of Brocq
- ↑ We have not been able to place the couple in any of our family trees. Albert was the son of Falle Le Brocq, born in St Mary in 1844, the son of Jacques and Marguerite Rachel, nee Falle
- ↑ The location has not been rural for a long time. The house is in the busy village of St Peter