Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 13 - Charles Dickens

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group 2 - Natural Features
Trees
St. John's Roman Catholic Cathedral, several red twigged limes, London planes, a false acacia and an evergreen oak in the grounds of the Cathedral and school.     TPO 69
SU 639 005
2701 133
Trees
St. Mary's Convent, off Princes Street, mainly lime and horse chestnut, also norway maple, flowering cherry and ash situated to the rear of the Convent.     TPO 11
SU 645 012
2701 88
Trees
St. Michael's Road, three sycamore, a beech, a lime and a bay in the grounds of the former St. Andrews Church and Manse now demolished.     TPO 33
SU 638 999
2701 94
Tree
Landport Liberal Club, Staunton Street, a single sycamore, standing inthe Club grounds.     TPO 50
SU 645 009
2701 89
Group 3 - Man-made Features
Admiralty Road, Portsea (East side)
House
C.18
No. 6, remaining house of former terrace or pair. Three storeys, red brick structure with dentil eaves cornice. Half hipped old tile roof. Two sash windows to each floor. Panelled recessed door.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 632 004
2701 02
House
No. 7, end of terrace. Two storeys brick structure. Boxed eaves supported by three stone corbels. Slate roof with plain chimneys. Two sash windows on ground floor surmounted by stone pediment. Oriel sash bow window on first floor. Wooden panelled door, surmounted by stone pediment.     CA
SU 632 004
2701 95
House
No. 8, one of a terrace. Two storeys. Gabled slate roof. Boxed eaves supported by corbels. Sash windows on ground floor surmounted by stone pediment. Oriel sash bow window on first floor. Panelled door surmounted by stone pediment.     CA
SU 623 004
2701 96
House
No. 9, terraced house of three storeys. Gabled slate roof. Boxed eaves supported by stone corbels. Two small-paned sash windows on ground floor, with stone pediment over. Oriel sash bow window on first and two sash windows under carved arches on second floor.     CA
SU 632 004
2701 97
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