Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Ripley Grove
Houses
Nos. 25-35. Two storey brick terrace of six houses within a longer terrace. Ground floor projects beyond first floor under a curved parapet surmounted at corner by ornament. Within projecting wall is an almost completely circular access to porch and door. Flush window on first floor surmounted by gable. All windows casements, slate roof with exposed rafters.     SU 664 015
2702 18
Stanley Avenue
Houses
C.20
No. 2-16. Terrace of brick two storey houses, with courses of black bricks at sill and lintel heights. Stone square bays at both storeys with two lights at front and one light on the return. Gable over the bays with decorative ridge tiles. Slate roof, but on gables a diamond pattern in semi-circular slates. Over doorways, eliptical stone lintels with keystone and simulated curved drip mould. Forecourts with panelled brick walls topped with half-round bricks. Gate pillars with square capstones.     SU 666 016
2702 18
Houses
C.20
Nos. 18-80. Brick terrace, two storeys, square bays to both floors. Slate roof. Dentil course. Forecourts.     SU 667 015
2702 17
Houses
C.20
Nos. 82-90. Brick terrace, stone bays at both storeys. Stone lintels. Forecourts with panelled walls of matching bricks.     SU 668 015
2702 16
Stubbington Avenue
Houses
C.19
Nos. 101 -107. Group of four houses within a terrace of nine. Two and a half storeys. Brick face at ground floor up to string course, separating pebble-dash render at first floor. Splayed stone bays at both ground and first floor, with severe angled gable over the bays. Window wholly in dormer. Forecourts.     SU 654 023
2702 53
Tangier Road
Inn
C.20
The Tangier. Built by Cogswell in 1912, for Portsmouth United Brewery. Green tiled front with ceramic Moorish scenes.     SU 662 014
2702 06
Building
The Lodge. A pair of semi-detached houses in isolated position. Brick construction with gabled, slate roof. Vertical sash windows, bays at ground floor timber framed. Brick porches and half-round doorways on side elevations. Ochre bricks at corners and reveals, stone lintels over windows at first floor.     SU 672 014
2702 09
Houses
C.20
Nos. 23-39. Terraced two storey brick houses with highly ornamental lintels. Bays at ground floor. Flush windows with central pilaster at first floor.     SU 662 014
2702 27
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