No 14 Bond Street

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14 Bond Street, St Helier


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Property name

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


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Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

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.

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