Bramerton House

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Bramerton House, St Helier


Broughton House, Mount Bingham, in the 1900s

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The Ball family pictured outside Broughton House

Property name

Bramerton House

Other names

Broughton House [1]


Mount Bingham, St Helier

Type of property

19th century seaside house


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Families associated with the property

  • Lawrence
  • Allix: The house was owned in the early 20th century by Henry George Allix, who left it to his daughter, Sophie, in his 1912 will. This was the house where he was brought up, but although he inherited the house from his father, he did not live there with his family, but chose to live above his shop in Queen Street
  • Ball: The family in the photograph at the top of the page

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building Mid-late 19th century seaside house with many original features and historic character. Important for its contribution to the terrace which is so prominent in the approach to Mount Bingham from Havre des Pas and Promenade de la Plage.

T E Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) lived here when his family temporarily moved to Jersey in 1893.

Three-storey, three-bay house. The interior retains the original staircase.

Notes and references

  1. This was the original name of the property and it is not clear when, or why, it was changed
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