Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group 2 - Natural Features
Trees
Highland Terrace. Sycamore, and horse chestnut.     TPO No. 12
SZ 658 990
2706 03
Trees
Victoria Road/Outram Road. Many different species including gold acacia, ash, horse chestnut, flowering cherry, and sycamore, extending throughout the gardens of Victoria Road North and Outram Road.     TPO No. 30
CA
SZ 648 992
2706 13
Tree
No. 43 Outram Road. A single sycamore in the rear garden     TPO No. 60
SZ 648 995
2706 04
Trees
Lorne Road. Trees along the footways on both sides of the street.     CA
SZ 650 995
2706 57
Trees
St. David's Road. Trees throughout this road on both west and east sides along the footways in boulevard fashion.     SZ 648 997
2706 86
Trees
Frensham Road. Trees in boulevard arrangement both sides of whole length of street.     SZ 658 995
2706 29
Group 3 - Man-made Features
Albert Road
Building
Lloyds Bank. Two storeys, stuccoed. Four oriel windows at first floor, vertical sash, glazing bars to upper lights. Four square pilasters on each of both ground floor elevations supporting a continuous frieze between ground and first floors giving the name of the bank.     SZ 652 989
2706 79
Building
No. 149. Two storeys, brick and terracotta facing with coping and dressing. Dutch style gable bearing indented lettering reading 'Southsea Conservative Club'. Windows at first floor with ornate stone lintels in pediment style. Half round arches to entrance between square pilasters with capitals, supporting frieze coping. Half round arches to windows at ground floor.     SZ 652 989
2706 80
Building
Nos. 169-171. A two storey building forming shop premises. Two oriel windows in upper storey with curved lights forming the returns. The brick facing rises to a parapet with moulding and cornice based with a string course which is capped by a central pediment. At either end of the parapet is a miniature pediment.     SZ 653 989
2706 81
Public House
The Bold Forester. A more austere form of Victorian design. Two storeys brick face at first floor, rendered at ground floor. Parapet with half round rise in brick bearing lettering 'Bold Forester', this is supported by a dentil course and a string course. Vertical sash windows at first floor, with glazing bars to upper lights. One of the first buildings in this road.     SZ 653 989
2706 82
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