Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 52 - Copnor

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Houses
Nos. 232-274. Semi-detached two storey houses. Brick built, with square bays at ground floor only. Slate roofs. Semi-circular lintel over doorways. Attractive forecourts with brick panelled walls.     SU 659 025
2702 48
Houses
Nos. 276-310. Semi-detached two storey houses. Brick built, with square bays at ground floor only. These houses were possibly the first to move away from terrace to semi-detached, also in the use of bricks for the construction of the bays as opposed to stonework.     SU 659 026
2702 47
Building
Methodist Church. Impressive pseudo-classical frontage.     SU 659 021
2702 44
House
No. 285. Park Rangers House. A two storey detached brick built house. Pantile roof. Splayed bays to both floors. Entablature over upper bay. Recessed porch. Chimney with over-sailing courses. Low wall to front garden with metal railings. Originally the residence for adjacent pumping station.     SU 659 026
2702 46
Copythorn Road
Houses
C.19
Nos. 93-103. Three pairs of semi-detached brick built houses. First floor rendered in pebble-dash separated from brick-work below by a string course. Stone square bays at ground and first floors, with gables above. Slate roofs. Stone lintel over doorway in pediment style. Forecourts.     SU 659 023
2702 50
Dover Road
Houses
C.19
Nos. 1-7. These four houses at the south end of a terrace have recessed porches with dado of glazed tiles; and canopies, consisting of a 'lean-to' roof with flat tiles, which are supported on a carved timber frame affixed to corbels. The flank of No.1 has patterned courses in different coloured bricks.     SU 661 015
2702 25
Houses
C.19
Nos. 31-69. Two storey terraced brick houses. Ground floor stone bays. Small pane of tinted and leaded glass in upper part of bay windows. Course of glazed tiles in stylised floral pattern at sill height on first floor.     SU 661 016
2702 24
Houses
C.19
Nos. 71-103. Two storey terraced brick houses. Apart from stone bay at ground floor the entire brickwork is of a glazed brick in chestnut colour, with white glazed bricks in two courses at first floor sill height and around reveals. Forecourts.     SU 661 017
2702 23
Eastern Road
House
C.19
Great Salterns House. Three storeys. Cemented front, the ground floor rusticated. Stringcourse cornice and parapet. Rusticated pilasters flank the front and central window bay. Windows in moulded architrave surrounds with glazing bars. Porch at first floor level approached by two curved flights of steps with iron handrail.     T&CP Act
SU 675 021
2702 02
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