No 1 Broad Street

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1 Broad Sreet, St Helier


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Broad Street in 1875. No 1 is on the left behind the obelisk. As the picture on the right, of the British Hotel in 1960, not long before it closed, shows, the building later had a fourth storey added

Property name

1 Broad Street

Other names

  • British Hotel
  • Barclay's Bank


Broad Street, St Helier

Type of property

Late 19th century facade with property behind rebuilt in the 20th century


9, 11 and 13 Library Place and 1 and 3 Broad Street were sold for £4.8 million in 2018

Families associated with the property

None identified

The listed facade may be late 19th-century but there was a hotel on this site in 1840, known as Almond's, and the British Hotel is known to date back as far as 1810

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A late 19th century building, the fine exterior of which retains a strong Italianate character, enhancing the streetscape.

Formerly The British Hotel until the 1960s.

Corner building. Three storeys, five bays to Broad Street, one bay to Library Place.

Front elevation: balustraded parapet, walls rendered with projecting, moulded cornice on doubled scroll brackets and cross decoration to frieze. Elevation framed by Corinthian pilasters. Second floor window openings have moulded architraves with bracketed cills.

The building, apart from the façade, was rebuilt in the 1970s.

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