Trinity Hill, St Helier
Type of property
Terrace of four houses
It is believed that some or all of the houses have now been divided into flats which have been sold separately
Families associated with the property
- Cooper J M Cooper applied to the Channel Islands Rehabilitation Scheme for £172 10s compensation for damage to 2 Balmoral Terrace during the Occupation
- Robinson: In 1941 Arthur James Robinson (1882- ), his wife Wanda, nee Casimir (1889- ) and their children Raoul Arthur (1928- ), Helier James (1928- ) and Heather Tricia (1929- ) were living here 
- Picot: Jersey Archive holds correspondence from Merchant Navy officer John Picot to his father and mother, Walter Philip and Kathleen, nee Adderson, who were living at 3 Balmoral Terrace in the 1950s
Historic Environment Record entry
A terrace of four substantial mid-19th century houses with a good survival of original features and character in a prominent location overlooking St Helier.
The entrance drive has a pair of rusticated granite piers with pyramidal caps. Shared forecourt. Each house is two-bay, three-storey with attic.
Notes and references
- ↑ Arthur Robinson came to Jersey from Lancashire. His wife was born in London of Polish parents, Alexander Mrowczynski and Ursula Orlowska