“'The Triangle House' at the entrance to St. Sampson's Parish Church is undergoing restoration by National Trust of Guernsey”
“September 2020, the building is wind and water tight. Being careful not to fall down the floorboards with a site inspection.”
“The 'outdoor loo' and washing copper. The outhouse buildings remain intact at this stage. ”
“The long neglected outbuilding at Church House where horses were shoe'ed and iron forged. What a window.”
“How and why Church House came into existence. The house is quirky, eccentric and on the outside, an exhibition showcase of how granite can be dressed, by the very successful Mr. Mowlem and team.”
Known as the Triangle House and once the Southside yard of J. Mowlem, renowned local quarrier and export merchant of Guernsey granite. Time and resources dependent, the Trust hopes showcase the history of the house and Guernsey’s granite industry in the former workshop to the side of the property.
Church House is a quirky building, once the Southside yard of J. Mowlem, renowned local quarrier and export merchant of Guernsey granite. The property is under a 99yr lease from St. Sampson’s Parish. Once restoration of the site has been undertaken, the Trust intends to let the property. Time and resources dependent, the Trust intends to showcase the history of Guernsey’s granite industry in the former workshop to the side of the property.
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How to find us
Perry's guide: 11F3 | 49.481275, -2.515892
Bus routes: P2 Ask to be dropped by St Sampson's Parish Church