Hampshire Treasures

Volume 4 ( Winchester)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Queen's Road
Nos. 1-20. Terrace of Victorian houses south from Romsey Road. Brick structure, some rendered, with slate roofs. Sash and projecting bay windows. Splendid view over Winchester from end of road.     SU 468 293
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Romsey Road (south side)
Nos. 5, 7 and St. James Tavern. 3-storey and basements, Rendered ground floor with rustication, upper storeys brick. Back and side elevations of flint and brick. Mid C.19 public house frontage. Sash windows. Iron railings.     SU 475 295
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No. 39. 2-storeys. Hipped slate roof behind parapet. Rendered. Architrave surrounds to sash windows. Central Roman-Doric porch with semi-circular pediment. Door with side-lights. Iron railings.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 474 295
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Roman-Catholic cemetery raised above level of Romsey Road. Wrought-iron entrance gates and railings. Surrounding walls date from 1829. Two rendered mausoleums and two railed graves. Many interesting tombstones including those of the Tichborne family. Fine views through trees to the eastern hills.     SU 473 294
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No. 43. Very small cemetery lodge of 2-storeys. Circa 1829. Red brick with a slate roof. Casement windows, some with leaded lights and rendered surrounds. History given on stone tablet over door.     SU 473 294
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Royal Hampshire County Hospital. Built in Gothic style by Butterfield 1864-8, when the hospital moved from Parchment Street. Red brick with blue brick patterning, and slate roof. Gothic style stone details, over entrance, and to some windows and the chapel. Many later additions.     SU 471 294
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Melbury Lodge. Rendered and painted walls with some half-timbering. Steeply pitched slate roof with fine carved bargeboards. 2-storeys and attic, central tower. Veranda to both floors with carved wood supports, on south elevation only. Woodland setting.     SU 468 291
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Romsey Road (north side)
Nearly opposite Sleeper's Hill Junction. Inscription reads ' 1 mile to Winton'.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 463 290
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