Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Nos. 221-235. A two storey brick terrace. Stone bay at ground floor. Flush windows at first floor with pilasters dividing the two sash windows. Curved arches over the windows. Forecourts.     SU 657 015
2705 64
No. 249. Two storeys detached, brick built with stone quoins. Fine fanlight style door head. Interesting barge-boards on gables.     SU 657 004
2705 42
New Road Centre. Formerly a school, the second opened by Portsmouth Board, January 1873. Architect Thomas Hellyer of Ryde. Single storey, E-shaped plan. Tower on south elevation. Yellow brick with red brick and stone dressings. Purple slate roof with various patterned ridge tiles, terracotta finials. Boundary walls have fleur-de-lys railings.     SU 651 014
2705 49
Kingston Cemetery. Jewish mortuary chapel, red brick building probably Edwardian in date. Entrances on west and east elevations. North elevation has two three-light round headed windows. Hoods over doorways round window over door incorporates cross of Zion.     SU 658 015
2705 11
Lodge, Gates and Boundary
Kingston Cemetery. Entrance gateway has Gothic central vehicular arch with flanking pedestrian arches with transept type roofs. Stone detail with flint infill on cemetery side and chalk infill on St. Mary's Road frontage. Gothic finials and mouldings. Iron gates. Consecrated in 1855 and opened in 1856. The Gothic Lodge adjoins the gateway. The boundary walls are flint faced with stone top, railings to east of gateway only.     SU 658 015
2705 10
Newcombe Road
Public House
The Newcombe Arms. Two and half storey brick built. Two pediments over doorway at ground and first floors.     SU 650 004
2705 30
Penhale Road
Penhale First and Middle Schools. Brick built one storey first school, and two storey middle school. Roofs of flat tiles with Dutch style gables. Over- sailing courses on chimneys.     SU 653 003
2705 25
Nos. 3-13. Terraced brick with double stone bays, surmounted by gables. Forecourts with low wall and wrought iron railings. Group value.     SU 652 003
2705 28
Percival Road
Nos. 37-63. A two storey terrace. Nos. 49-63 staggered in pairs in echelon style. Stone and terracotta bays at ground floor, castellated at tops with crown effect. Recessed porches with ornate lintels. Reveals of flat windows at first floor decorated to match bays below. Dentil course beneath eaves also ornamented. Forecourts.     SU 658 016
2705 65
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