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3 Bond Street
Bond Street, St Helier
Type of property
Early 19th century town house
No recent transactons
Families associated with the property
1941 registrations suggest that the property was divided into several residential units. Among those living there were Ellen Quinland, nee O'Connor (1920- ); Agnes Josephine Cadoux (1914- ); Charlie White (1886- ); Lydia Elizabeth Le Breton, nee Le Monnier (1882- ); Albert Joseph Ferchal, his wife Anatisis Marie Gabriel, nee Le Roy (1900- ) and their son Malcolm Albert Joseph (1922- ); and John David Evans (1910- ) with his six children Edwin David (1931- ), Grace Vilma (1932- ), Lilian Maureen (1935- ), Sylvia (1936- ), Charles (1938- ) and Lorna Mervin (1941- )
Historic Environment Record entry
A fine town house and shop (now office) of circa 1810, retaining many external and internal features.
A good unaltered example in a key location in the heart of the old town. Shown on the 1834 Le Gros Map.
End terrace on corner with Hope Street. Three storeys, four bays. Lined ashlar effect render walls and parapet flush with wall face.
Shop/office fascia extends over door and window to right of four large panes with elliptical heads.
Large 19th century style lamp above first floor on south.