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- Les Frenes Cottage
- Le Mesnage de Jean Le Brocq 
Ville de L'Eglise, St Ouen
Type of property
Early 19th century house with good quality stonework
- The Cottage was sold for £640,000 in 2014
- Les Frenes was sold for £1,225,000 in 2015
Families associated with the property
- Le Boutillier
- Vibert: In 1901 farmer Francis Vibert (1839- ) and his wife Emelie (1851- ) were living here
In 1941 Harold Francis Vibert (1908- ), not a direct descendant of Francis and Emelie, his wife Ellen May, née Amy (1914- ) and their son Brian Harold were living here. The couple married in St Ouen in 1935
- ELBT RML 1814 - For Edouard Le Boutillier and Rachel Maillard who married in St Mary in 1786. The house was probably built for them in 1814
Historic Environment Record entry
An early 19th century two-storey five-bay house retaining historic character with good quality stonework.
West gable: a side entrance door and a round-topped late 19th century timber window with stained-glass. The gable ends both show the outline of a pair of rear/north angles that must have belonged to a much smaller earlier house before an 1814 rebuilding - also a pair of blocked-up windows toward the rear of the gable ends.
The house emulates Georgian fashion but with a local character.
Notes and references
- ↑ Early, and now revived name for the cottage