No 19 Halkett Place

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19 Halkett Place, St Helier


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Property name

19 Halkett Place

Other names

Renumbered in the 1890s


Halkett Place, St Helier

Type of property

Town house and shop, for many years in the 20th century occupied by butcher J H Dewhurst


Sold for £600,000 in 2006

Families and businesses associated with the property

  • 1900 - De Veulle and Co
  • 1910 - Nugerra Tea Company
  • 1915 - Nelson and Sons
  • 1920 - British and Argentine Meat Company
  • 1930-1975 - J H Dewhurst
  • 1980 - Street Wise

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

No 19 is of significance as an early 19th century shop with integral accommodation above retaining its original external form, scale and some historic details. This building, with its simplicity and elegant proportions, is a fine example of its period style. With its pair it contributes to the streetscape.

Early 19th century shop with integral accommodation above. Area of early development of Halkett Place circa 1825 associated with relocation of market. The building is shown on the 1834 Le Gros Map.

Shop with integral accommodation above; four-storey, three-bay. Roof hidden behind parapet. The principal (east) frontage is unusually constructed entirely in Flemish bond brickwork - now painted. Adjacent to south is separate entrance to upper floors with five-panel door and single-pane overlight.

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