Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Queen Street
Building
C.18
No. 18, three storeys, brick construction. Tiled roof, gabled, with close verge and parapet. Casement windows within stone framework on first and second floors. Shop front on ground floor with wooden half glazed door. Window lintel supported by elaborate wooden corbels with minaret-like decorations above.     CA
SU 635 004
2701 114
Building
C.18
No. 19, four storeys. Tiled, gabled roof with coping and parapet. Sash windows on second floor and third floors. Wooden bay window on first floor. Shop front on ground floor.     CA
SU 635 004
2701 115
Building
C.18
No. 20, four storeys, brick with stone dressings. Tiled, gabled roof with close verge and parapet. Sash windows on second and third floors. Two bays with sash windows and overhanging wooden lintels on first floor. Shop front on ground floor.     CA
SU 635 004
2701 116
Building
C.20
No. 32, Red Shield House, five storeys, red brick structure. Slate roof. Windows surmounted by brick arch. Inset double main door, with triangular pediment. Foundation stone laid by Princess Henry of Battenburg, 19th July, 1912.     CA
SU 634 003
2701 117
Building
Officers Mess of HMS Nelson. Three detached barrack blocks linked by single storey ranges to rear. Three storeys and attic, red brick with lavish yellow stone dressings. Centre block has central tower feature, with stone Ionic columned cupola. Canted oriel windows in end bays on first and second floors, surmounted by flat topped gables with niches containing ships figureheads. Central entrance at first floor level, a Tuscan portico with entablature, and baluster panelled parapet, reached by a flight of steps. Interior contains series of W.L. Wyllie sea battle paintings. Flanking blocks have external windows as buttresses, sash windows in architrave surrounds and Tuscan porches to centre on ground floors. 1899-1903. This building on south side of street, other buildings to HMS Nelson on opposite side.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 637 004
2701 90
Building
C.19
No. 44, three storeys, grey headers with red brick quoins and dressings. Brick dentil cornice with stone coping. One recessed sash window to each floor, with glazing bars, those to upper floors having flat gauged arches. Shop front, double door. On corner site with Bishop Street, the return front having two windows to each floor one blind, one with glazing bars, and shop front. Single storey extension with round-arched window.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 634 003
2701 39
Building
C.19
No. 45, three storeys, painted brick, with stucco frieze and moulded cornice. Mansard corrugated roof with one dormer. Two windows to each of upper floors, alI recessed sashes with glazing bars surmounted by flat gauged arches. Shop front of six large horizontal panes, flanked by incised panelled strips.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 634 003
2701 40
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