Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 106 - Havelock

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
No. 9. Detached two storey brick house L-shaped and situated in echelon arrangement. Decorative bracket supports between soffit and string course. Splayed stone bays at both storeys on projecting elevation. Recessed elevation has flat window with Palladian style lintel. Porch on south side elevation.     CA
SZ 648 993
2706 69
Houses
C.19
Nos. 11 -13. Pair of semi-detached houses, three storeys plus basement, in echelon arrangement. Splayed bays at basement and first and second storeys. Third storey has flush windows with decorative moulding around the lintels. Stone porches. Low brick panelled walls fronting the forecourts.     CA
SZ 648 993
2706 70
Houses
Nos. 27 and 29. Pair of semi-detached houses, two and half storeys plus basement. Splayed stone bays at ground floor and basement. Casement windows all with transomes except those in attic. Stone lintels and reveals to all flat windows, with drip course at first floor terminating at each side with a boss in the form of a human head. Window halfway into the main gable of each house, smaller gables in between the two main ones. Quoins to all brickwork and reveals.     CA
SZ 648 993
2706 67
House
No. 49. Double-fronted, detached brick dwelling of two storeys, with gabled roof. At first floor two flat windows half in the gables. Square bays at ground floor flanking the entrance. Gable over entrance, between the two main gables, with oriel window surrounded by herringbone brickwork. The panelled brick forecourt wall is also in herringbone design.     CA
SZ 648 994
2706 72
Houses
Nos. 34 and 36. A pair of semi-detached brick houses, of two and half storeys plus basement. Steeply pitched gable with very ornate bargeboards. Windows wholly in gable. Splayed stone bays at first and second storeys and basement. Tudor style arch to doorway, which has decorated stone sides.     CA
SZ 648 994
2706 71
House
No. 42. Detached two storey brick house, with bargeboarded gable. The west facing front elevation has splayed brick bays to both storeys with decorative ironwork around the extended sills, on one side of the building, and a square timber bay, similarly decorated, at ground floor level on the other side. The north facing side elevation has a brick chimney stack projecting through the storeys with the motif 'H.C.' worked into it at first floor level. Oriel window at first floor.     CA
SZ 648 995
2706 73
Rochester Road
Houses
Nos. 1-43. Terrace of two storey brick dwellings, square bays at both storeys of brick with stone dressings. Gable over bays with inlaid timber design on pebble dash facing of gable. Twinned doorways with very ornate cast iron, glazed, canopies supported on slim ornate iron columns, some with metal finials. Forecourts.     SZ 658 993
2706 33
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