Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 44 - Portchester

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Portchester Road
House
C.18
Cams Hall. Designed by Jacob Leroux and and built in 1771, incorporating an earlier structure, as a country mansion for the Delme family. Much of the building material came from Place House, Titchfield which was also owned by Peter Delme. The entrance front of the house is of ashlar and has a three-storey central block. The central three bays have windows recessed in round headed arcading on ground floor, above arcading engaged Ionic columns rise thorough two floors with pediment above. The first floor windows are in moulded surrounds, the central one with pediment. Doorway in moulded surround. Single storey wings are faced with Roman cement, each wing has a recess flanked by pilasters, and doors in round headed arches. The south front of the house is of red brick, the central part three storeys, the centre three bays of this part forming a bow which is higher than rest of building, surmounted by parapet and iron railing. Wings of two storeys. Building now derelict.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 589 057
0705 86
Orangery
C.19
Cams Hall. Single storey white brick building with slate roof. Window bays flanked by rusticated pilasters with flints. Originally consisted of two end pavilions with glazed central section, which has now collapsed.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 589 057
0705 84
Stables
C.18
Cams Hall. A long two storey block, brick built with tile roof, forms a southern boundary of the farm courtyard. Ground floor windows and doors have segmental arches. Interior has Gothic style wooden arches on wooden columns with carved capitals, which probably came from Place House.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 589 057
0705 97
House
No. 52. Two storeys, red brick with some grey headers, steeply pitched old tile roof. Casement windows, plank doors. Probably formerly two cottages, the south side earlier.     T&CP Act
SU 588 062
0705 87
Station Road
Building
Railway Station. Single storey building, flint faced with yellow stock brick dressings. Elliptical arches to windows and doors. Canopy supported on seven iron brackets consisting of a series of circles.     SU 617 058
0705 112
Waterside Lane
Building
C.18
Powder House, single storey building in English bond brickwork with contrasting headers. Recently reconstructed.     CA
SU 624 047
0705 113
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