Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
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Group 2 - Natural Features
St. Mary's Churchyard. Many trees of different species in and around the churchyard.     TPO No. 40
SU 651 007
2705 03
Ratey's Lane. Between Alver Road and Lower Brookfield Road. This footpath is believed to be of historic interest as a section of a former more lengthy pedestrian route to St. Mary's Church for worshippers from the Milton area. The footpath was recently upgraded under the General Improvement Area programme.     SU 652 006
2705 31
Group 3 - Man-made Features
Burleigh Road
Nos. 2-46. A two storey terrace of which the main feature is the facade of cream glazed bricks with two courses in black glazed brick at sill height of first floor windows. Dentil course below eaves. Stone bays at ground floor. Forecourts. Plaque affixed over Nos. 16-18 bearing date 1897 and depicting the head of Queen Victoria     SU 656 003
2705 39
Copnor Road
No. 1. Two storeys, brick built. Sash windows with fine stone mullions. Stone supported porch, with pediment. Mullions to windows on ground and first floors at side elevation. Curved boundary wall, brick panelled, on corner site, with New Road.     SU 660 014
2705 40
Nos. 37-41, and No. 49. A two storey brick terrace, with stone bays to both storeys. Stone lintel with balustrade style decoration.     SU 650 015
2705 62
Nos. 83-87. A two storey brick terrace. Bays at both storeys in terracotta, with ornate detail. Gable over bays. Also terracotta doorway with rudimentary peaked hood.     SU 650 017
2705 63
Cornwall Road
No. 41-85. A terrace of brick built dwellings with slate roofs. Dentil course below eaves. Stone bays on ground floor. Moulding around doorway and lintel. Matching decorated window lintels at tops of bays.     SU 652 001
2705 29
Cranleigh Avenue
Nos. 2-34. A two storey brick terrace. Timber- framed bays, which project on to back edge of footway, no forecourts. Slate roofs, some re-roofed in pan tiles, with ridge tiles on fire wall dividers.     SU 655 009
2705 36
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