Historic Jersey buildings
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3 Bath Street, St Helier
There is some confusion over which property is actually referred to in various records for No 3. The property now known as 3 Bath Street and pictured shown here in a picture from HER is at the Queen Street end of the street. But, as shown in a Jersey Heritage history of the street, this section was created in 1877 to link from Hilgrove Street to Queen Street, and this property was numbered separately as part of New Bath Street. The designation as No 3 Bath Street dates from the 1920s, when the whole street was renumbered from Queen Street to David Place. We are uncertain exactly which number it bore as part of New Bath Street.
Bath Street, St Helier
Type of property
Three-storey town house and shop, now combining offices with shop.
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Roberts: Percy Redvers Johnson Roberts (1899- ) was registered as living here in 1941. He is described as 'formerly of 3 Bath Street' in his 1967 will
Historic Environment Record entry
Late 19th century shop. This building contributes to the streetscape and retains its original stair and some decorative ceiling mouldings.
Three-storey, three-bay retail building. There are no original features visible in the ground floor shop. North entry (visible to left of shop windows in the picture)gives access to offices above by original stair with mahogany handrail and painted balusters. This rises to second floor. Base of stair has arch over with moulded brackets. Ceiling of outer hall has panelled stucco ceiling with floral mouldings. First and second floor windows retain panelling under