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14-15 Bond Street
Bond Street, St Helier
Type of property
18th century town house, or warehouse building, significantly older than the other buildings in Bond Street
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Marett: In 1941 Alfred Edwin Marett (1894- ) and his wife Murial Ida Barbara, nee Hassel (1894- ) were living here
Historic Environment Record entry
An early town building circa 1720s-40s, with unusual marine lookout and important 18th century interior features.
Shown on the 1795 Richmond Map facing an open shoreline; possibly shown on the Meade Map of 1737.
Referred to in Historical Hotels and Inns of Jersey by Ahier and Ashworth, as a possible 'bonded warehouse'.
Three storeys plus attic, 6 bays. Slate roof with large rendered stone lateral end stacks on north and south. Principal frontage is random granite on ground floor, with lined ashlar effect render above.
No 14 has a large pitched roofed structure adjacent to a fine granite chimney stack, interpreted as a marine lookout. No 15 has a good Victorian shopfront - fascia with moulded cornice, pilaster on right, south panelled stall risers.