No 51 Bath Street

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51 Bath Street, St Helier


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Property name

51 Bath Street

Other names

Formerly 9 Bath Street before 1926 renumbering


Bath Street, St Helier

Type of property

Town house and shop


Sold for £260,000 in 2002 and £547,000 in 2015

Advert from Jersey Leader, 1935

Families and businesses associated with the property

  • 1874 - D McVicar, grocer
  • 1880-1895 - Mrs Jocelyn, grocery and dairy
  • 1900-1905 - J Anslow, J Houillebecq
  • 1905-1925 - A Marchand
  • 1930 - J Baudains
  • Benjamin Peter Jeffs was living here when he made his will on 23 January 1930
  • 1935-1940 - S V Nobes
  • James Cagney (1914- ) was living here in 1941
  • 1950-1990 - Singer Sewing Machine Company

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Late Victorian shop, built 1890. This building retains some interesting, elaborate decoration and has a fine presence on the corner so contributing to the streetscape.

Three-storey with attic, two-bay. Slate, mansard roof with box dormer. Heavy corniced parapet. Walls of render with ashlar effect. Shaped, rendered architraves with floral moulded keystones, rosettes, moulded and bracketed cills. First floor architraves have lintels with oak and acorn decoration, floral squares and oval heels. Shopfront single pane glass with plain panel over. Granite threshold with black and white tiled porch floor.

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