Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Waterworks Road
House
C.19
Nos. 41 and 43. Built in 1899 for the families of waterworks company employees. Two storey brick built with bands of darker brickwork at the sides. Roof of flat tiles, gabled, with twin front gables and ornate barge-boards. Chimney on centre roof ridge has ornate brickwork. Casement windows with glazing bars, each house having one window on first floor and one on ground floor, the upper windows surmounted by a flat brick arch with keystone. Ornamental roof and ridge tiles, gable fronts tile-hung with courses of plain and fish-scale tiles. Water company's plaque on gable. Modern doors.     SU 679 053
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Houses
C.18
Nos. 45 and 47. Terraced row of originally four farmworker's cottages, now converted to two dwellings. Two storeys brick structure, with half hipped pantile roof, descending to low level at rear. Shared dormer in centre of roof at front. Casement windows. Modern doors and porches.     SU 679 053
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