No 11 Bath Street

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Historic Jersey buildings

11-17 Bath Street, St Helier


This property is at the southern end of what was previously known as Lower Bath Street, the section from Beresford Street to Hilgrove Street, with which is makes the corner. In 1926 the whole street was renamed Bath Street and renumbered

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No 11 makes the corner of Bath Street and Hilgrove Street

Property name

11,15 and 17 Bath Street

Other names

  • Formerly 31-37 Lower Bath Street


Bath Street, St Helier

Type of property

Former warehouse and bank, built in 1835


No recent transactions

Families and businesses associated with the property

  • Le Gallais warehouse and repository
  • Lloyds Bank

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Although much developed since its original use as a warehouse in 1835, it retains its character as such and is, therefore, a significant example of its kind. The conversion to commercial premises has been done sympathetically, retaining original external fabric and continuing its contribution to the streetscape in its scale and presence on the corner.

Built as Le Gallais warehouse in 1835. Converted to bank premises in 1973.

Commercial building. four-storey, six bays to east, three round corner and three bays to south. Roof hipped slate. West elevation has parapet curving around corner containing fourth floor with granite coping with curling moulding to south end. South slope has three box dormers and tile hung lift tower. Walls rubble with chiselled, cut granite dressings

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