Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Devonshire Avenue
Public House
No. 1A. The Devonshire Arms. Brick built with stone dressings. Rounded arch windows on ground floor. Splayed corner with simulated balustrade balcony at first floor. This corner topped by a slender spired copper tower with belfry like slatted vents. Two overhanging chimney stacks with dentil course and decorated pots. Three small window openings on ground floor have been infilled with ornate wrought iron grilles as a decorative feature.     SZ 657 995
2706 14
Houses
Nos. 1-25. Terrace of two storey brick houses, with pebble dash rendering at first floor. Splayed stone bays at both storeys, surmounted by barge boarded gable, with a design feature on the rendered face of the gable. Ornate stonework between the bays, also to sides and lintels of doorways. Tablet between Nos. 7 and 9 reads 'Devonshire Gardens'. Small front gardens with low brick walls and gate pillars with capstones.     SZ 658 995
2706 30
Houses
Nos. 58-92. Terrace of two storey brick houses. Stone square bays at both storeys with twin vertical sash windows. Barge boarded gable over the bays. Some houses have the original close panelled doors at the porch entrance. Glazing above doors with house name in gilt. Forecourts.     SZ 660 994
2706 27
Edmund Road
Building
No. 43. Woodlands Nursing Home. A detached two storey brick house. Tiled, gabled roof, with barge boards. Hung tiles on gable facing with a design in half round tiles. Ornate ridge tiles and finials. Decorative cast iron railings effect surmounts part of the roof. Highly ornate terracotta lintels over windows at ground and first floors, this feature continued along all elevations by a course of terracotta tiles. Large garden fronted by a panelled brick wall topped by half round bricks, with brick gate piers and caps.     SZ 655 992
2706 51
Empshott Road
Houses
Nos. 1-51. Terraced brick two storey houses. Splayed stone bays at g round floor only. Tops of bays have turrets with pediments with relief decoration, simulating a classical style of entablature. This design form is repeated on a lavish lintel over the adjoining doorways. Ornate pilaster divides the flush vertical sash windows at first floor. Forecourts.     SZ 658 996
2706 22
Houses
Nos. 2-16. Terrace of two storey brick houses. Splayed stone bay at ground floor only. At first floor sill height three courses of ochre brickwork run throughout the terrace. Ochre bricks also used at reveals, doorways, and in quoin fashion. Rectangular fanlight of leaded tinted glass with house name in gilt. Small forecourts.     SZ 658 996
2706 21
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