Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 14 - Charles Dickens

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
No. 10, end of terrace. Three storeys. Brick structure with boxed eaves supported by corbels. Gabled, slate roof, with plain chimneys. Two sash windows surmounted by stone pediment on ground floor. Oriel sash bow window on first floor, and two sash bow windows surmounted by brick arches on second floor. Stone pediment over the panelled door.     CA
SU 632 004
2701 98
Building
Office, (close to No. 10). Two storeys. Stuccoed walls and flat roof. Corner Building. Double casement windows on ground floor and single sash windows on first floor. Two doorways both with double wooden panelled doors.     CA
SU 632 004
2701 99
Anglesea Road (East Side)
Building
C.19
Victoria Park Lodge. Single storey. Tiled roof, half hipped at western end, fully hipped at the eastern end. Random stone walls with brick quoins and decorative brickwork below eaves curving up with shape of windows. Brick built extension to the east. Two brick chimney stacks with over sailing courses, placed centrally on top of roof. Each stack has two chimneys with plain flues. Two double windows with pointed tops and a plain casement window in brick extension.     CA
SU 638 004
2701 100
Bishop Street, Portsea (West Side)
House and Ironworks
C.19
Premises occupied by Treadgold's consisting of a house, original warehouse and iron works. Three-storey red brick house with parapet and dentil cornice. Recessed sash windows, flush panelled shutters to ground floor. Panelled and glazed door with semi-circular fanlight. Two-storey extension ot left was former three-storey house. Works are housed in two-storey red brick building with low pitched slate roof. Ground floor service entrance is a covered passage way, also on ground floor three original shop windows with guard rails, door with rectangular fanlight. Interior has original ironmongers shop including high desk, office with Victorian furniture and old forge area with belt drive and cutting equipment. Ground floor ceiling beams incorporate some ship's timbers including former cannon ball rack and a thwart. Circa 1830-40.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 633 003
2701 03
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