Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Public House
The Rutland Arms. Three storeys brick built with roof of flat tiles with ornate ridge and finials, overhanging chimney stacks. Third storey elevation is in mock tudor style timber and render, with four gables, their angled timber supports resting on corbels. Stone frieze and cornice between ground and first floors, reaching to base of the four oriel windows at first floor. Stone arches over doors on ground floor.     SZ 656 996
2706 46
Houses
Nos. 81-87. Part of a terrace of two storey brick houses, these are largely unaltered. Splayed stone bay at ground floor only. Flush window at first floor divided by a pilaster with classic form capital. Twin doorways form an outstanding feature of the two entrances as they are surmounted by a single round archway, with decorated stone work and keystone, which forms a porch.     SZ 655 993
2706 47
Frensham Road
Houses
Nos. 82-112. Terrace of two storey brick houses. Splayed stone bays at both storeys, with ornate stonework between the bays. Midway between both bays are two courses of ochre brickwork which run the whole length of the terrace. In similar style a course of glazed ceramic tiles with floral pattern runs at first floor sill height. Small forecourts. Slight variations are in No. 104 which has a double frontage and door lintel of pediment design, and No. 106 having a window each side of the entrance has a wider lintel.     SZ 657 996
2706 28
Goldsmith Avenue
Public House
The Shepherd's Crook. Two storey brick building with slate roof, two chimney stacks in brick and terracotta. Splayed corner with a ceramic mural, at first floor, depicting a shepherd's crook entwined by a vine. Matt terracotta used freely throughout in reveal sills, doorways, lintels and in a wide frieze between the storeys, this bears the name of the public house, the brewery and its products.     SZ 661 997
2706 23
Grayshott Road
Houses
Nos. 62-74. Terrace of brick two storey houses. Splayed stone turret-topped bays on ground floor only, with decorated fret parapet, this design repeated on stone lintels to doorways. Vertical sash windows fixed lights in upper part of window some with original tinted glass. Upper floor has flush sash windows divided by a pilaster. Ceramic glazed tiles of floral design run continuously through the terrace at first floor sill height. Small forecourts.     SZ 660 997
2706 15
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