Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
No. 73. Brick built, detached, three storeys plus semi-basement. Slate roof. Two bays at ground and first floor, all brick with string course, turret forms tops. Brick gables spring at eaves, with moulded brick dressings and corbels. The splayed bays have vertical sash windows, the upper lights having extra glazing bars to give twelve panes at the front and nine panels on the returns. Front garden wall of brick panels with black bevelled bricks at base and dado.     SZ 656 985
2707 38
House
No. 75. Detached, brick, three storeys plus semi-basement. Gabled, slate roof. Brick bays with leaning canopy at second storey. Vertical sash windows, some having half-round arches others flat arches, brick sills. Front garden walls in panelled brickwork with black bevelled bricks at base and dado.     SZ 656 985
2707 37
House
No. 77. Brick built, three storeys with basement. Flat tiled roof with exposed rafters. Gables faced with hung flat tiles spring at eaves. Tall overhanging chimney stacks, one with vertical fluting projecting on to front elevation. Hexagonal corner bays at all four storeys, surmounted by tower-like roofs with flat tiles and weather vane. Vertical sash windows, the upper lights with glazing bars to give four panes. Brick arches with keystone over windows, stone sills and decorative pelmets. Low wall to front garden, brick with cambered coping and chain suspended between metal posts at intervals.     SZ 656 985
2707 33
Fordingbridge Road
Houses
Nos. 2-40. Terrace of two storeys, brick built. Splayed stone bays at ground floor only. At sill level of second storey there are three courses of decorative brick work using ochre and red bricks, also at half depth of second storey is a diamond pattern design in ochre bricks. Half-glazed front doors, mostly original. Ornate stone lintels to doors. Small forecourts, some with original panelled brickwork walls.     SZ 668 991
2707 79
Fort Cumberland Road, Eastney
Fort
C.18
Fort Cumberland. Built in 1746 by the Duke of Cumberland in an irregular five point star plan. Reconstructed in 1786 by the Duke of Richmond who gave it its present wide pentagonal shape with arrow head salient at each angle. Dry moat. Stone faced ramparts with red brick parapets with stone copings. Segmental gun ports with deep tunnel vaulted chambers behind them. Within the enclosure are late C.18 early C.19 red brick barrack buildings.     CA
SAM 277
SZ 684 993
2707 08
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