La Hambie

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La Hambie, St Saviour


This property should not be confused with La Hambie Farm, some distance away in Rue de la Hambye, in the same parish

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Property name

La Hambie

Other names


Rue de la Commune, St Saviour

Type of property

Described by HER as a villa, but in truth a three-bay two-storey Jersey cottage with extensions

Families associated with the property


  • PPD - On a gatepost, possibly for Poingdestre

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This early-mid 19th century rural villa retains its proportions and character with many features remaining internally and externally. Two-storey, three-bay house with rear wing and single storey converted outbuilding wing to east. 20th century garage wing.

Central entrance, originally single pile, now with late 19th/20th century extensions to north. Central passage leads through to original back door, down granite steps to rear extension. Stair has turned balusters with mahogany, swan neck handrail, panelling under. Four-panel doors throughout. Ground floor east and west rooms have original Georgian style fireplaces, with replacement grates.

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