North Lynn Farm, St Martin

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North Lynn Farm, St Martin


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Property name

North Lynn Farm

Other names

  • North Lynn
  • Northlynn
  • Nos 1-7 North Lynn Farm
  • North Lynn House (No 6)

Location

Rue du Clos Fallu, St Martin

Type of property

19th century farm, now divided into seven residential units

Valuations

No 1 sold for £430,000 in 2006 No 2 sold for £775,000 in 2009 No 3 sold for £425,000 in 2006, £619,000 in 2008 and £595,000 in 2013 No 5 sold for £285,000 in 2005 No 6 sold for £550,000 in 2004 and £1 million in 2015 No 7 sold for £295,000 in 2005, £385,000 in 2006, £440,000 in 2016

Families associated with the property

  • Renouf
  • Richardson: The Richardsons, a prominent St Martin cattle farming family, were living here in 1941 and through to the end of the 20th century: Anley John Richardson (1886- ), his wife Eunice, nee Dorey (1889- ), and their sons Douglas Anley (1917- ) and Gerald Arthur (1925- ). In 1940 Douglas Richardson successfully applied for postponement of miltary service because he was essential to the running of the family farm

Datestones

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This mid-19th century farm is a substantial, cohesive group which contributes to the rural setting. The stonework is fine and the historic proportions, character and features remain.

Farm group now sub-divided into numerous residences. Farmhouse with outbuildings parallel to the east, returning north; and wing to west returning north and then east. All form enclosed yard to rear of house.

Notes and references

  1. Grandson of Thomas and Jeanne above
  2. Not Marie-Jeanne as shown by HER
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