Oaklands, Rue d'Elysee

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Oaklands, St Peter


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Rue d'Elysee

Type of property

Mid-19th century house


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Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A fine early-mid 19th century house, with earlier fabric to the outbuildings, which retains historic character and features. House remodelled in 1950s. Two-storey, five-bay house with west wing and rear outbuildings (including earlier house).

Timber Doric porch over central doorway. To the rear, various additions and an outbuilding which contains a stone arched doorway - the keystone decorated above a roughly incised 1796. The arch is chamfered with the initials EDP carved on the right shoulder stone. The left shoulder stone is only partly exposed, with letter V visible.

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