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No 1 Bond Street 
- Bond Street Chambers
- 19 Mulcaster Street
Corner of Bond Street and Mulcaster Street, St Helier
Type of property
Early 19th century town corner property
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
T Martial was listed as the occupant in a 1900 street diectory and Mrs Fitzgerald in 1920, buth showing the property only as 19 Mulcaster Street
Historic Environment Record entry
Prominent early 19th century corner building with good surviving features and fabric. In an important location in the heart of the old town.
Shown on 1834 Le Gros Map.
Prominent location opposite the Parish Church, at the junction of Mulcaster Street. Three-storeys, one bay on Bond Street, corner bay, with five bays on Mulcaster Street.
Painted render walls, parapet and eaves band.
Shopfront extends around corner with curving timber fascia and cornice. Corner entrance with panelled/glazed door with overlight, flanked by wide shop windows. Fluted pilasters on panelled bases define door and window surrounds.
Mulcaster Street building retains a fine 'swan neck' mahogany staircase.
Notes and references
- ↑ Although the property is currently listed as 1 Bond Street and 19 Mulcaster Street, it appears in many historical street directories only as 19 Mulcaster Street