Flowery Dale

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Flowery Dale, St Clement


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Property name

Flowery Dale

Other names

  • Le Petit Champ
  • Flowery Dale Cottage
  • Flowery Dale Barn


Rue du Presbytere, St Clement

Type of property

House with 18th century origins, but not listed. Divided into separate residential units


  • Flowery Dale - 2 La Petit Champ - was sold for £235,000 in March 2001 and £316, 250 a month later
  • Flowery Dale Barn was sold for £138,000 in May 2001
  • Springfield Cottage was sold for £300,000 in 2007
  • Flowery Dale Cottage was sold for £210,000 in 2010

Families associated with the property

  • Dutertre: in 1941 Jean Dutertre (1900- ) and his wife Yvonne, nee Thomas (1900- ) were living here
  • Touzel


  • Datestone GTZ MMC NTZ MTZ 1831. This unusual stone is not recorded by the Datestone Register. It is likely that the TZ refers to Touzel. The stone has clearly been misread or wrongly identified in the HER entry and it should read 'GTZ NMC ....' for the marriage of George Touzel and Nancy Machon in St Clement in 1817. Their daughters were Nancy (1817- ) and Mary (1819- ), corresponding with the other initials on the stone. We have not been able to place George in any of our Touzel trees

Historic Environment Record entry

Apparently not a listed building, but there is a brief HER entry:

Rural house of 18th century origins. Originally single storey, raised in 19th century. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

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