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Les Ruettes 
La Ruette, St Lawrence
Type of property
17/18th century farmhouse
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Bisson: A Bisson family is listed at Les Ruettes, St Lawrence in 1941. They could have been living here; they could equally have been living at one of the other Les Ruettes a short distance away. They were Edward Bisson (1901- ), his wife Dorothy, nee du Feu (1898- ) and their daughters Enid Dorothy (1928- ), Daphne Amy (1929- ) and Beryl Gladys
Historic Environment Record entry
Historic farmstead including a farmhouse of 17th / early 18th century origins with 19th century alterations and farm buildings, retaining exterior historic features and character. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Former farm group comprising three-bay, two-storey house with single-storey west wing, two-storey farm building adjoining on the east side, and detached pigsties to northeast. Early 21st century extensions to rear.
Variety of window and door openings, including loading door in east elevation, and some Victorian pointed arch windows. Pigsties have granite yards and feeding chutes, with pantiled rear shelter.
Notes and references
- ↑ Within a short distance of each other on a narrow lane in St Lawrence called La Ruette are three properties called Les Ruettes, and one called La Ruette. We think there is some confusion on the HER website between two of the three Les Ruettes, and that the photographs shown for each are actually of the same property. However, we have included them as shown there while we investigate further. We believe that all three houses are strictly known as Les Ruettes, but we have listed one as Les Ruettes Farm and this as Les Ruettes 2 to help distinguish between them