No 10 Beresford Street

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10 Beresford Street, St Helier

This must be the least photographed property in Beresford Street. In the shadow of its larger and grander neighbour, the Victoria Club, at No 8, it does not feature in any of our extensive collection of historical photographs of properties elsewhere in the street.

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John Brough for ladies' clothes in the 1950s

Property name

10 Beresford Street


Beresford Street, St Helier

Type of property

Late 19th century town house and ground floor shop, now combined into one unit with the more modern Nos 12-14 next door


No recent transactions

Families and businesses associated with the property

Census returns

  • 1851 - Henry Durell (48 wine merchant; wife Raschel (46), three daughters and a son. Jane Le Couteur (35) grocer and tea dealer; husband absent; two sons and a daughter 3-9; one servant
  • 1861 - John Noel (37) grocer; wife Nancy (34), two daughters and a house servant
  • 1871 - John Noel (47) grocer; wife Ann (43); three daughters and a son
  • 1881-1901 - unoccupied

Almanac listings===

  • 1874-1880 - G Noel, grocer
  • 1886-1940 - E P Falle, tailor and grocer [1]
  • 1955 - J Brough
  • 1960-1975 - Harry Ferguson, men's clothing
  • 1980 - A Amy and Son
  • 1990 - De Guelle’s Bakery; Le Normand Restaurant

=Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This grand building retains its original strong late Victorian character with its well crafted decorative features. Three-storey, three-bay. Pedimented parapet. Walls rendered. Heavy cornice, plain frieze, defining each floor. Each bay defined by pilasters with Corinthian capitals.

Notes and references

  1. By 1935 Mr Falle was trading at Nos 10, 12 and 14, but after the war the shops were again divided
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