No 16 Broad Street

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16 Broad Street, St Helier


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Property name

16 Broad Street


Broad Street, St Helier

Type of property

One of the oldest and smallest properties in the street, a two-bay house and shop


Sold for £415,000 in 2006

Families associated with the property

Wheway: The building was occupied by sports equipment retailer Wheways for most of the 20th century, although the family did not own the property. In his 1916 will Frank Reginald Wheway, a renowned footballer, left all his football medals and Muratti cap to Walter Touzel Marett, and the lease of 16 Broad Street to Kate Atkins.

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This three-storey, two-bay building has late 18th century origins and retains some early internal features.

It adds character to the streetscape, retaining decorative features and an historic shopfront.

Circa 1780s origins with later 19th century exterior features. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Retains elements of circa 1780s interior including early staircase, panelling and fireplace.

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