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Appledale, St Mary


A stone carved in the shape of a head has been left exposed

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Property name


Other names

Appledale Farm


Rue d'Olive, St Mary

Type of property

19th century farmhouse


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Families associated with the property

  • Luce: In 1901 Philip Luce (1842- ) and his second wife Maria, nee Filleul (1853- ) were living here with Philip's son by his first marriage to Louisa Jane, nee Luce, Henry John (1869- ), and his daughter Florence (1881- )

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This mid-late 19th century farmhouse retains its proportions and character with historic features remaining externally. The house emulates the polite architecture of Georgian fashion but with a continuing local character. Its juxtaposition with the outbuildings to the north creates a cohesive group which contributes to the rural, roadside setting.

Former farm group of parallel plan form. Two-storey, five-bay house with two wings to west. At a slight angle to north is a range of outbuildings (part converted) now connected to the main house with a 20th century link.

The interior retains a staircase with turned balusters and mahogany handrail, some original doors and window panelling, but otherwise few historic features are retained and the interior plan has been altered.

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