Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Houses
Nos. 2-36. Terrace of two storey brick houses, of the same design as Nos. 1-43, having brick and stone square bays at each storey, surmounted by a gable with pebble-dash facing and inlaid timber design. Cast iron and glazed canopies on ornate iron supports over the twinned doorways. Forecourts.     SZ 648 993
2706 34
Rugby Road
Tramlines
C.19
These tramlines have been left in situ since the last tramcars ran in 1936. The rails are set in granite sets.     SZ 651 998
2706 55
St. Augustine Road
Houses
Nos. 203-219. Terrace of two storey brick houses. Square wooden bays at ground floor only, roofed by a continuous lean-to pantiled roof extending through the terrace, the timber framing of this roof overhangs the twinned entrance porches forming a straight arch between the bays. Vertical sash windows to bays, and flush windows in stone surrounds to first floor. Continuous flat stone course at first floor sill height.     SZ 657 995
2706 31
St. Davids Road
House
C.19
No. 2. Detached, brick, two and half storey, roof of flat tiles with ornate ridge tiles. Gable with plain bargeboards and flush casement window set wholly in the gable, facing of hung half-round tiles. Corniced coving at eaves. Splayed timber bays with casement windows, tile-hanging between bays. Entrance, in deeply recessed elevation, surmounted by flat projecting canopy with curved timber supports. Panelled brick wall to front garden.     SZ 648 995
2706 92
Houses
C.19
Nos. 4 and 6. Pair of semi-detached, brick two and half storey houses. Splayed stone bays with tiled roof at ground floor only. Bargeboarded gable contains a single flat window, similar windows on other floors with stone lintels. Single large gable style canopy over the recessed twinned entrances, with tiled roof and wood finial, and elaborate timber facing and supports.     SZ 648 995
2706 91
Houses
C.19
Nos. 8 and 10. Pair of semi-detached brick two and half storey houses. Splayed stone bays at ground floor only, with parapet top. Vertical sash windows. Ochre brick dressings at reveals and corners. Recessed entrances with original herringbone pattern close boarded doors containing a small latticed light.     SZ 648 995
2706 90
House
C.19
No. 18. Brick built detached two storey house. Splayed stone bays at ground and first floors on south side of front elevation, on north side twin flat windows divided by pilasters on both floors. Ornate stonework between bays on lintels and window surrounds.     SZ 648 996
2706 89
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