Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
C.19
Mitre Court House. Former stable or coach house block associated with Treadgolds. Two storeys. Red brick structure with painted plinth and stucco band between the storeys. Low pitch hipped slate roof. First floor has three recessed sash windows and a half door, ground floor has three arched recesses of which the outer ones, formerly carriage ways, are now blocked and glazed, the centre one forms the entrance with a glazed door reached by two steps. Secondary door to right.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 633 003
2701 04
Warehouse
C.19
The Warehouse, associated with Treadgolds. Three storeys, red brick structure, with low pitched slate roof. Wide recessed sash windows on upper floors. Ground floor has shop window to right with hatchway with guard rail below the sill. Panelled door with rectangular fanlight.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 633 003
2701 05
Burnaby Road, Portsea
House
C.19
Mill Dam House. Two storeys square building of red brick construction incorporating grey headers. Stone plinth and stone band between storeys, moulded stone cornice and blocking course. Low pitched slate roof. Recessed sash windows and later gabled brick porch. Former offices of Royal Engineers.     T&CP Act
SU 635 001
2701 06
Building
C.19
Milldam Barracks. Circa 1800 former barrack buildings. The south east range facing Burnaby Road is two storeys red brick with stone band between storeys and stone plinth. Fifteen windows, the central three advanced under pediment. Large central archway on ground floor. Single storey red brick north west range may be of earlier date, also of fifteen windows some modernised.     T&CP Act
SU 635 001
2701 07
Clock Street (South Side)
House
C.19
No. 50, two storeys. Painted brick structure with hipped, tiled roof. Corner site with Havant Street, originally a public house. Entrance across corner with double bowed doors. Sash windows. Rectangular wooden bay window on first floor facing Clock Street.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 631 002
2701 09
Commercial Road (East Side)
Building
C.20
Nos. 116 and 118, Midland Bank. Circa 1900. Baroque style building on corner site, faced with Portland stone. Two storeys and attic. Bowed inset corner with double doors, and elaborate wreath carving to frieze. First floor windows in architrave surrounds, ground floor windows round headed with shaped keystones.     T&CP Act
SU 641 003
2701 11
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