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3 Burrard Street
Burrard Street, St Helier
Type of property
19th century town house with Victorian shopfront
Thesaurus - in the 20th century this building was home to a popular second-hand bookshop
Sold for £410,00 in 2008
Families associated with the property
- Le Bailly
- JLBL 1823 MDR - relocated from the cottage at the back to the inside of the shop. For Josué Le Bailly and Magdelaine Durell, who married in St Helier in 1807
Historic Environment Record entry
A fine early 19th century town house with later Victorian shopfront extension. This building appears on the 1834 Le Gros map.
Two-storey plus attic, five-bay. The house is on a different alignment to the road. The former front garden of the property was built on in the later 19th century to provide shop space. Victorian-style timber frame shop front with pilasters at each end. Glass panels divided by slender columns.
The rear elevation has been altered with a 21st century single-storey extension abutting and masking the ground floor level. Relocated datestone