Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Building
C.19
Nos. 81-85. Originally an early to mid C.19 group of three storey stucco faced houses. Later No. 81 was the Nine Elms public house and No. 83 the Waterloo Inn. All have rusticated quoins and sash windows to upper floors. Now a public house, Ellie Jays.     T&CP Act
SU 640 000
2701 17
Half Moon Street
Houses
C.18/19
Nos. 3 and 3A. Three storeys, painted brick structure. Building on corner site. Steeply pitched half hipped old tiled roof. Three sash windows to each upper floor, without glazing bars. Ground floor has remains of two shop fronts. Door set across the corner.     T&CP Act
CA
SU
SU 630 003
2701 32
The Hard, Portsea
Public House
C.18/19
The Ship and Castle. Three storeys painted facade, building rounded on corner of The Hard and Half Moon Street. Rebuilt behind retained facade, incorporating late C.18 early C.19 buildings Nos. 3 and 3A.     CA
SU 630 002
2701 136
Public House
C.20
No. 9, The King and Queen. Brick structure with stuccoed ground floor. Parapet. Tiled gabled roof. Second floor has two small-paned sash windows. First floor has two bow windows, casements, also with small panes. The ground floor has double wooden doors flanked by large windows. By A.E. Cogswell, 1924.     CA
SU 630 002
2701 106
Public House
C.20
No. 10, The Ship Anson. Four storeys. The two upper floors elaborately timber framed and jetted. Bow window on first floor. Ground floor has brown and black ceramic tiles round the two windows which flank the wooden door. New frontage to an earlier building by A.E. Cogswell 1923.     CA
SU 630 002
2701 122
Building
C.19
No. 11. Three storeys, brick structure with stone dressings. Tiled gabled roof with high triangular ornamental parapet. Upper floor has two windows set in stone frames. The first floor has stone framed bow window surmounted by a curved stone arch. The ground floor shop window has small windows above, half glazed door. Now a shop though formerly the Victoria and Albert Public House, by Cogswell, 1897.     CA
SU 630 002
2701 107
Building
C.19
No. 16, Three storeys and attic, ashlar faced. Mansard slate roof, with three round-headed dormers. Moulded cornice on console brackets, and panelled parapet with coping. The second floor has three recessed camber-headed sash windows, with scrolled iron flowerguards. First floor has two tripartite windows flanking central sash, and balcony with ornate iron balustrade. Ground floor has round headed windows and semi-circular fanlight over the glazed and panelled door. Circa 1870.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 630 002
2701 33
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