Rose Cottage, Trinity

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Rose Cottage, Trinity


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Property name

Rose Cottage

Other names

  • La Chapelle


Rue de La Fontaine de Colard, Trinity

Type of property

Single storey cottage


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

None identified

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

19th century cottage retaining exterior character and proportions of rural streetscape value. Added significance to the site is the historic association, and some possible fabric, with the medieval chapel of St Maur.

Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. 19th century with earlier origins on site. Thought to be the site of the Chapelle de St Maur - the property previously called La Chapelle. The original chapel was sold in 1550.

Said to have been a cemetery in front of the house.

1853 report of a benitier found at the house, but no longer exists.

Single storey, three-bay with single storey, converted outbuilding to west.

Well head in garden to east.

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