Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 39 - Portchester

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
No. 197. Two storeys, C.1 9 stuccoed facade with vermiculated quoins. C.1 9 bay window to both storeys. Doorway has vermiculated keystone. Core of building probably earlier than fa‡ade.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 622 046
0705 65
House
C.19
No. 199, Broadgardens. Two storeys and basement, stuccoed facade with hipped slate roof. Sash windows, except centre first floor casement, bow windows on ground floor flanking later glazed porch with balcony above.     T&CP Act
SU 622 046
0705 21
Cottage
C.18
No. 201, Churchill Cottage. Two storeys, colour-washed facade, old tiled roof. Sash windows, bay windows to ground floor.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 622 046
0705 22
House
C.18/19
No. 209, Crown House. Two storeys, stucco fa‡ade with plinth, old tile roof hipped at north end. Painted bay windows,through two storeys. Central doorway with pediment and architrave.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 622 046
0705 07
House
C.18/19
No. 211, Castle Street. Three storeys and basement, red brick facade with parapet, hipped old tiled roof. Sash windows, early C.19 canted bay on ground floor. Pedimented door case. Formerly a bakery, south facing wall has 'The Old Castle Bakery' painted on it.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 623 046
0705 23
Cottage
C.18/19
No. 213, Hope Cottage. Two storeys, stuccoed facade, grooved to imitate masonry, old tiled hipped roof, truncated at south-east end. Doorway has flat hood and moulded architrave.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 623 046
0705 24
Houses (2)
C.18
No. 215, Rover Cottage, and No. 217 Pendeen Cottage. Two storeys, colour-washed brick, door cases with pediments and fluted pilasters. Modern glazing.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 623 046
0705 121
Castle
Portchester Castle. The main walls date from C.3/4; they are those of the Roman Fort Portus Adurni. The walls form a square 200 yds. wide, built of flint with brick and stone bonding courses, substantially repaired in the mediaeval period. Fourteen, of the original twenty, hollow semi-circular bastions survive. Entrances are in the centres of west and east sides, the gateways now standing are mediaeval. In the north west corner of the fort is a mediaeval castle built during the reign of Henry II, moated to the south and east The keep extends beyond the Roman walls, and is forty ft. square with walls eight ft. thick, originally of three storeys, a fourth was added in C.13. Other buildings erected in C.14 and C.17 are now in ruins. SMR SU60SW1. Ref: Buildings of England, Hants and IOW (Pevsner and Lloyd) pp 375-382.     SAM 4
T&CP Act
CA
SU 624 045
0705 10
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