Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Building
C.19
Former Officer's Mess, Eastney Barracks, now Royal Marine Museum. Built 1862-70. Three storeys, with basement and attic. Recessed stone faced centre block flanked by red brick wings with yellow brick dressings. Mansard slate roof with dormers. Eight recessed sash windows to each wing. Seven windows to recessed centre which has Italianate stone galleries to ground and first floors. Balustraded parapet over first floor gallery. Entablature and stone balusters on first floor. Double stone staircase returning, in single flight to centre of first floor. Large double door on first floor facing steps. Above second floor is a balustraded parapet with an elaborately carved centre piece depicting the Royal Arms. Tripartite sash windows to ground floor and round-arched sashes to first and second floors.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 669 988
2707 02
Devonshire Avenue
Houses
Nos. 95-113. Terrace of two storey buildings. Flat bays at both storeys. Windows divided by pilasters. Gable over the bays, faced with half-round hanging tiles. Leaning canopy over front door. Forecourts.     SZ 661 994
2707 98
Houses
Nos. 115-153. Brick two storey terrace, with two very narrow divisions, making three blocks. Splayed bays to both storeys with gable above, with ornate centre ridge tiles and finial. Bargeboards.     SZ 662 994
2707 99
Houses
Nos. 155-175. Same structure and detail as Nos. 115-153, except for ornate twin cast-iron canopies over front doors.     SZ 663 994
2707 100
Eastern Parade, Southsea
House
C.19
Cumberland House. Two storeys stucco faced. Road elevation in three parts slightly set back from each other, right hand section being taller, plinth and rusticated pilaster strips flanking each portion. Low pitched slate roofs. Three windows to each floor of central section, the centre one set in two storey porch, above panelled door with semi-circular fanlight. Two windows to each floor of left hand section, with slightly projecting central entrance and matching door to the one in central part. All windows in these sections are recessed sash with glazing bars. Tripartite windows to taller section. South garden front to this section has right-hand projecting bay, and balconies to first floor in centre.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 656 984
2707 01
House
No. 19. Three storeys, detached, in the style of a Spanish villa. Wholly rendered, white. Very low pitched pantile roof. Two balconies with iron grilles. Low wall to forecourt decorated with end-on half round ridge tiles for panels. Wrought iron gates, ceramic tile designs on pillars.     SZ 659 985
2707 31
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