No 36 Bath Street

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Historic Jersey buildings

36 Bath Street, St Helier


This property is in the section of the street previously known as Lower Bath Street, the section from Beresford Street to Hilgrove Street. In 1926 the whole street was renamed Bath Street and renumbered

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Property name

36 Bath Street

Other names

The property has been renumbered at least twice and was at one time known as 56 Lower Bath Street


Bath Street, St Helier

Type of property

Town house and shop - early 19th century


No recent transactions

Families and businesses associated with the property

  • 1925-1940 - C Journeaux
  • 1950 - C Blampied
  • 1975 - Continental Shoes
  • 1980 - Ursula
  • 1990 - Topaz Shoes

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Early 19th century shop. This building contributes to the streetscape. A building in this position is marked on Le Gros 1834 map.

Retail with residential above. Two-storey, three-bay. Red concrete tile roof. Brick chimney. Walls rendered with ashlar effect with textured paint.

Access to ground floor hall showed original stair with stick balusters. First floor reportedly has boarded up fireplaces.

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