Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
C.19
No. 20. Brick built, detached, double fronted, two storeyed house. Slate roof and dentil course at eaves. North side of front elevation has splayed stone bay at ground floor, with fret parapet, square, slate roofed by on south side. Vertical sash windows. Central entrance.     SZ 648 996
2706 88
Houses
C.19
Nos. 26 and 28. Pair of semi-detached brick houses. Two and half storeys plus basement. Slate roof with bargeboards on gable. Splayed stone bays at ground floor, with fretwork parapet. Vertical sash windows, those on first floor divided by a pilaster and set within brick and stone twin Gothic arches, with shaped drip mould. String course between first and ground floor, Gothic arch and drip mould over entrance.     SZ 648 996
2706 87
Talbot Road
Building
C.19
Formerly The Talbot Hotel. Architect A.E. Cogswell, completed in 1898 for Brickwoods. Built on corner site with elaborate mock half timbering facade and turret at the corner. The ground floor has interesting arcading of windows and doorway openings. Now in use as a hotel. Ref: A.E. Cogswell, Architect within a Victorian City. (Nash) p.78.     SZ 654 999
2706 10
Tredegar Road
Houses
Nos. 38-50. Terrace of two storey brick houses. Splayed stone bays at ground floor with leaded tinted glass above the vertical sash windows. Ornate iron canopies over the twin doorways on iron supports. Small forecourts.     SZ 659 992
2706 37
Houses
Nos. 58-64. Part of a terrace of two storey brick houses. Splayed stone bays at ground floor only. Three courses of white glazed bricks run continuously through the terrace at first floor sill level, these bricks also used for first floor window dressings. Ornate iron canopies supported by corbels over the twin front doors. Small forecourts.     SZ 659 992
2706 39
Houses
Nos. 35-55. Terrace of two storey brick houses. Ground floor has splayed stone bays with vertical sash windows which have leaded tinted glass at the top. Ornate iron canopies on iron pillar supports over the paired doorways. Small forecourts.     SZ 659 992
2706 38
Houses
Nos. 57-73. Terraced two storey brick houses. Stone splayed bays only at ground floor. White glazed bricks used as dressing on first floor in a continuous three-course run through the terrace, and at window openings. Ornate iron canopies supported on corbels over the paired doorways, though some canopies are missing.     SZ 659 992
2706 40
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