Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Building
C.18
No. 2. Main section of three storeys with two windows on each floor, this is joined to a two storey section by a single storey portion containing a round headed door. The two storey section, with one window on each floor is completed by a curved, blind wall single storey section, this is completed by a sharp curve to the rear, where a staircase projection rises through three storeys. A feature of this house is the fine brickwork executed almost entirely of grey bricks with some red brick quoining.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 635 002
2701 54
House
C.17/18
No. 4. Three storeys, cement rendered and painted. Parapet with coping. Centre bay sIightIy recessed. Five sash windows to each floor. First fIoor window of centre bay has iron baIconette. FIight of three steps with handrail leads to doorcase of moulded architrave surround, with flat hood over panelled door.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 635 002
2701 53
Warehouse
C.19
Nos. 6, 8 and 10. Two storeys, grey headers with red brick dressings, and brick parapet. Six bays each flanked by brick pilaster strips. Round headed blind recesses on first floor. Central round-headed hatchway with remains of hoist over it. Segmental arched recesses to each bay on ground floor and segmental arched entrance.     T&C P Act
CA
SU 635 002
2701 55
St. Michaels Road
Building
C.19
Nos. 1-3, former Guardian's and Registrar's Offices, by A.E. Cogswell. Nos. 1 & 2, two storeys and attic, red brick, gable end steep pitched slate roof, three storey tower at south end with bracketed cornice and piered parapet. Pointed capped corner piers and steep slate spire surmounted by ornamental iron balustrade. Two storeys and attic gabled bay to north end. Nine windows, paired sashes. Entrances in tower and gabled bay, four-centred moulded arches, carved pediments, panelled doors. No. 3 is an adjoining two-storey symmetrical block, red brick with stone dressings. Steep hipped slate roof, first floor flanked by oriel turrets with conical slate roofs. Ground floor has two windows and central arched stone doorway.     SU 638 999
2701 120
Stanhope Road
Building
C.19
Connaught Drill Hall. Very wide gabled roof. Brick battemented facade with two rows of windows with glazing bars. Wide doorway with imitation stone lintel. To the south two battlemented chimneys. To the south-west corner, a battlemented round turret with imitation arrow slit. Attributed to A. Bone. Partially damaged during the war, reconstructed after.     SU 640 004
2701 125
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