Hampshire Treasures

Volume 4 ( Winchester)

Page 133 - St Paul

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
West End Terrace (west side)
Close to Romsey Road junction. Retaining wall of flint and brick. Behind are mature trees in the grounds of the Police Headquarters.     SU 474 295
1506 51
Western Road (south side)
Nos. 22 and 23. 2 storeys. At one time a dairy. Red brick with sash windows and ground floor bay windows. No. 23 has carved stone on quoin 'The Rosary'. Older flint buildings at rear are remains of stables.     SU 473 299
1506 21
Nos. 18-21 (consec.). 3-storey. Late Victorian red brick gabled terrace of four houses. Slate roofs. Bay windows on ground floor, sash windows above. Centre two have decorated doorways with stone arches and central keystones.     SU 473 299
1506 22
Nos. 1-4 (consec.). Terrace of 2-storey late Victorian cottages. Red brick with slate roofs. Sash windows. Small front gardens with low walls and hooped railings. Deeds date back to 1883.     SU 474 299
1506 23
Western Road (north side)
Nos. 57-60. 2-storey and basements. Two pairs of late Victorian semi-detached houses. Rendered brick with slate roofs. Bay window beside front door and sash windows above. Arched porch.     SU 473 300
1506 24
No. 53. Built on the site of a former lane, Love Lane which ran up to Chilbolton Avenue.     SU 473 299
1506 25
Nos. 51 and 52. Pair of semi-detached late Victorian red brick houses. Slate roofs. Ground floor bay windows beside arched porches. No. 52, once an off-licence is now a general shop. Sash windows on first floor.     SU 473 299
1506 26
Nos. 45 and 46. Fern Villas. 2 storeys and basements. No. 45, red brick with cream decoration, No. 46, painted white. Front door with arched porch. Sash and bay windows. Dated 1876 on carved name-stone placed between floors.     SU 473 299
1506 27
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