Historic Jersey buildings
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32 Halkett Place
Renumbered in the 1890s, previously No 18 before extension of street to Hill Street
Halkett Place, St Helier
Type of property
Town house and animal food shop
Sold for £1,020,000 in 2017
Families and businesses associated with the property
Historic Environment Record entry
The building's character and scale is in rhythm with the 19th century historic townscape.
Retail with residential above. Three-storey, three-bay. Roof behind parapet. Walls rendered framed full height with render pilasters and band at gutter level. Unusual render motif at top with T, C and 1848.
There is a datestone, GT 1848, which represents George Touzel, commemorating the date his father, Jean, founded the animal feed business which became George Touzel and Sons in 1866.