Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 89 - Fratton

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Sandringham Road
Nos. 26-32. Terraced houses with double stone bays.     SU 653 004
2705 26
Selbourne Terrace
Nos. 7, 8, 9 and 10. Small two storey terraced houses. Red brick structure with slate roofs. Delicate open work wooden balcony runs throughout the terrace at first floor level. Wooden trelliswork divides the houses. Railings at the front.     SU 651 000
2705 13
Shearer Road
Nos. 166-198. Brick built two storey terrace. Stone bays on the ground floor only. Twin doorways have arched lintels in highly decorated relief.     SU 654 013
2705 37
Sheffield Road
Nos. 1-63. Two storey terraced houses, brick built though some buildings now rendered. Dentil course underthe eaves. Pilasters divide twin windows at first floor. Moulded stone lintels. Nos. 1-55 and Nos. 2-56 plus No. 60 have stone bays at ground floor. Nos. 58 and Nos. 57-63 have two storey bays. Stained glass panels above and adjacent to doors. Forecourts.     SU 651 004
2705 24
Toronto Road
No. 42. Unusual twin mullioned ornate windows to both storeys. The only house of this apparently original style in the whole terrace.     SU 652 014
2705 48
Winchester Road
Binsteed First School. Architect, Alfred H. Bone, 1880. Situated between three roads bounded by Winchester Road to the north, Langley Road to the east and Binsteed Road to the south. The building is L-shaped in plan, built throughout in red brick with blue brick, stone and terracotta detailing, with a red tile roof. The two storey Winchester Road elevation has a central six window section flanked by tall Gothic gabled sections. These gables contain four lancet windows surmounted by three roundels, the upper portion of the gable face being tile-hung. The right hand gabled section incorporates a Gothic doorway headed 'Boys'. The return building to Langley Road commences with a three storey abruptly terminating tower with belfry at the top and Gothic doorway at ground floor level, this is the 'Girls' entrance. The 'Infants' entrance is next to the girls in a gabled single storey section, which contains an Early English Gothic window. The final section which returns on to Binsteed Road although of two storeys height is only a single storey surmounted by four gables.     SU 653 016
2705 18
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