Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Trinity Methodist Church. Built 1900. Brick building with stone dressings. Impressive portico on the front elevation with four large stone pilasters supporting a pediment. The pilasters flank a palladian style window at the base of which is a balustrade simulating a balcony. An outstanding feature is the very tall tower with stone frets near the top and a cornice surmounted by a cupola, modified into a four-sided capping. On the site of Froddington Manor House, later Beach Farm, demolished 1860.     SZ 655 989
2706 78
Aston Road
Nos. 1- 17. Terrace of two storey brick houses with splayed stone bays at both storeys. The main features are the ornate iron and glazed canopies, over the twinned doorways, which are supported on corbels affixed to front elevation. Original doors of leaded tinted glass. Very small forecourts.     SZ 659 993
2706 35
Bramshott Road
Nos. 2-20. Terrace of two storey brick houses. Flush windows to upper storey, divided by squared pilasters, with stone lintels reveals and sill. At ground floor square bays and porch entrances project under a continuous lean-to pantiled roof. Ornate stone pillars to bays, which have vertical casement windows.     SZ 658 997
2706 16
Nos. 76-94. Terrace of two storey brick houses, with slate roofs. Splayed stone bays at both storeys, surmounted by a gable. Ornate stone moulding between upper and lower bays and on lintel over doorway. Stone inserts at sill height of first floor running continuously through the terrace. Small forecourts.     SZ 660 996
2706 17
Campbell Road
Nos. 39-49, 51-61, 63-83. Group of three stuccoed terraces of mainly two storey houses with three storey projecting end houses to ends of each terrace. Steeply pitched gable end slate roofs. One dormer to each two storey house. Two windows on first floor and one large sash window to ground floor on each two storey house. Flush panelled doors. Continuous glazed roof verandah on wood supports. Three storey houses have round headed second floor window and superimposed canted bays to ground and first floors.     CA
SZ 650 993
2706 05
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