Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Henley Road
Nos. 26-32. Part of a terrace of two storey brick houses, distinctive by the use of beige glazed brick on the front elevation. Two contrast courses of brown glazed bricks run at first floor sill height and just below soffit, between these courses black headers form a 'diamond' pattern. Stone splayed bays at ground floor only. Pilaster divides flush window on first floor.     SZ 655 990
2706 49
Highland Road
St. Margaret of Scotland. By J. T. Lee, 1903, built in red brick in Gothic style with flying buttresses against the tall clerestory. West end built in 1965. The interior has four-bay nave with transverse arches. The wide aisles have strainer arches. The chancel is narrower than the nave with double arcades reaching to side spaces and filled with open work stone screens. High circular east window. Ref: Buildings of England, Hampshire and IOW (Pevsner & Lloyd) pp.440-441.     CA
SZ 658 990
2706 11
Public House
The Diggers formerly called The Gravediggers. Two storeys stucco faced. First floor flanked by panelled pilasters. Moulded cornice, panelled parapet with coping. First floor has two sash windows in moulded frames with keystones, and centre name panel. Ground floor has two windows with curved corners, and panelled door with rectangular fanlight.     T&CP Act
SZ 659 990
2706 02
Highland Terrace
Nos. 1-19. Terrace of cottage-type two storey houses. Although some have been altered they retain group value, having attractive long front gardens, and being situated in a traffic-free precinct.     CA
SZ 658 990
2706 94
Jessie Road
Public House
The Nell Gwynne. Two storeys, brick built situated on a corner site, dated 1892. Corner door surmounted by a curved bay and a round turret with a weather vane. Semi-circular windows on ground floor. Two stone name panels project above eaves level. Enamel Brickwork's fascia. Some original bar fittings remain.     SZ 653 996
2706 12
Liss Road
Nos. 17-19. Two houses within a two storey brick built terrace. Splayed stone bays with turret tops. Vertical sash windows with tinted leaded light fixed at top. Front doors and side windows to entrance are leaded, some with tinted glass, names of the houses are on rectangular fanlights. One course of floral design ceramic tiles at first floor sill height. Twin ornate, glazed cast iron canopies supported on slender columns over the adjoining doorways. Small forecourt.     SZ 658 996
2706 20
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