Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 58 - Copnor

Previous page (Volume 11, Page 57) Previous page (Volume 11, Page 57) Next page (Volume 11, Page 60) Next page (Volume 11, Page 60)

Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Houses
C.20
Nos. 77-83. Terrace of four houses. Two storeys, bays at both storeys with gable above and barge boards. Cast iron canopy, glazed, on pillars support, over twin doorways. Forecourts.     SU 663 014
2702 13
Houses
C.20
Nos. 129-137. Brick terraced houses in echelon arrangement. Slate roof, dentil course. Bays at ground and first floor with gables and barge boards. Decorated stone to bays. Vertical sash windows. Ornate iron canopies, glazed, over front doors. Forecourts.     SU 666 013
2702 11
Houses
C.20
Nos. 149-163. Two storey brick terrace. Slate roof square stone bays with twin lights on frontage and one narrow light on the returns at both storeys. Gables over bays with barge boards. Forecourts with attractive matching curving brick walls.     SU 667 014
2702 12
Wallace Road
Houses
Nos. 2-24. Part terrace of brick houses. Splayed stone bays at ground floor only, with turret top with fret decoration. Three pilaster reveals on bays. Main feature of this terrace is the very ornate cast-iron glazed canopies supported on iron pillars over entrances. Forecourts.     SU 665 014
2702 15
Westover Road
Houses
C.20
Nos.1 -21. Brick terraced houses, flush frontages. Stone lintels to doorways and windows. Slate roof. Pilaster divides ground floor windows into two lights. Some houses retain footscrapers inserted at base of wall alongside doorway.     SU 665 014
2702 15
Houses
Nos. 87-99. Terraced brick houses. Flush frontage on back edge of footway. Half circular arch to recessed porch. Pilasters dividing window lights at ground and first floor. Group value in contrast to other adjoining terraces.     SU 665 016
2702 14
Winton Road
Houses
Nos. 1-35. Houses of interesting group value. Four blocks of four houses, and one pair of semi-detached, (nos. 33 and 35). Brick construction including the bays, which also have stone lintels and mullions. Bays are square and at ground floor only, roofed in slate. Semi-circular lintel over the door. Tinted lights in upper section of windows. No. 5 has metal trim on roof top of the bay, may be original. Forecourts with panelled brickwalls.     SU 658 025
2702 52
Previous page (Volume 11, Page 57) Previous page (Volume 11, Page 57) Next page (Volume 11, Page 60) Next page (Volume 11, Page 60)