Buildings at Risk

12 Simon Place, St Helier

From the HER database: “A late Georgian town house which retains historic character and many original exterior features. This property is shown on the 1834 Le Gros Map. Set back behind small front yard. 3 storey, 3 bay. Pitched slate roof with brick end stack on east. Entrance to west has original open pedimented doorcase, door. All windows are original 12 pane (6/6) timber sashes, no horns. Frontage yard enclosed by low wall with granite coping, iron railings and gate. 2-storey rear wing”.


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Buildings at Risk

4 and 4a Simon Place, St Helier

From the listed building entry for No 4: “One of a pair of 1830s/1840s townhouses which retains its historic character…

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St Saviour’s Hospital

From the listed building entry: “High quality example of Victorian hospital (asylum) buildings, 1868 with later additions, set within rare…

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Sans Souci, 72 St. Saviour’s Road

From the listed building documents: “A fine circa 1820 house which retains historic character and many original features. It stands…

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South Pier House

From the listed building documents: “The building is of note for its external character and stonework, and its contribution to…

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La Folie Inn

From the listed building documents: “1700-1737 origins, one of the earliest inns surviving in the town, which retains its exterior…

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