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6 Bath Street
This section of the street was created in 1877 as New Bath Street, linking what was then Lower Bath Street to Queen Street. It was almost certainly 6 New Bath Street at the time
Bath Street, St Helier
Type of property
19th century shop, built as one of a row of four properties in 1877, when the street was extended from Hilgrove Street to Queen Street. Home to a men's clothing shop and barber above in 2023
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
The early occupancy is based on the assumption that this was originally No 6 New Bath Street. That assumption has now been called into question by the suggestion that 6 New Bath Street is now 9 Bath Street. We have occupancy listing from almanacs either side of the renaming in 1926, but no businesses can be identified in 1920 and 1930.
- 1886 - T M Carter, engineer
- 1890-1925 - P Le Sueur
- 1930-1935 - Mrs Roberts (probably residential rather than business)
- 1940 - Edmee
- 1950-1980 - Jersey Model Laundry (reception point for laundry in Grands Vaux)
- 1990 - Video Store
Historic Environment Record entry
Part of linked row of four mid-late 19th century shops that retain their exterior historic character and features.
Three-storey, two-bay. East elevation: Roof obscured behind parapet with heavy projecting cornice at gutter level. Walls rendered with ashlar and keystone effect. Ground floor shopfront framed by pilasters, three-bay with central door. Round headed single pane windows, central door with round headed overlight.