Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Glasgow Road
Houses
Nos. 4-56. Two storey, brick built terrace. A projection on the front elevation forms integral flat bays with twin flush windows at both floors.     SZ 667 994
2707 86
Almshouses
C.20
Friendly Societies' Homes. On the block of Nos. 13, 14,5,1 there is a tablet in memory of Mary Ann Frail, on the block of Nos. 9, 10, 11 and 12 a tablet states that these homes were built in 1915. The Almshouses were built by Portsmouth Friendly Societies for housing aged members of their societies. They overlook Bransbury Park. They are of two storeys, brick structure, with flat tiled hipped roofs, splayed timber bays at both storeys. The upper storey has pebble-dash rendering. Wide arched doorway.     SZ 669 994
2707 86
Goldsmith Avenue
Houses
Nos. 39 and 41. Pair of semi-detached brick houses. Two storeys, with splayed bays at both storeys surmounted by a gable. Slate roof with ornate ridge tiles on gables terminating in a decorative finial. Vertical sash windows. Recessed porch entrance at side elevation. Forecourt, with panelled brick wall with detil course at dado level.     SZ 663 996
2707 91
Helena Road
House
No. 3. Detached, brick built, two and half storeys plus semi-basement. Roof of flat tiles with exposed rafters, and overhanging chimney stack. Dutch style gable with window with half-round top half set in gable. The house is wholly of brick construction so that the splayed bays form an intergral part of the main structure. Stone coping over the bays and stone sills. Vertical sash windows surmounted by keystoned brick arches. Front boundary wall of panelled brickwork with pillars capped with stone plinth supporting a stone sphere. Black bevelled bricks at base of panel and top dado. There are several similar houses on the same side of the street.     SZ 656 985
2707 41
House
No. 6. Brick built, detached, three storeys with semi-basement. Window wholly in acute angled gable which is faced with mock timber framing. Timber bays to ground and first floors. Entrance in side extension which rus through ground and first floors, this has a brick parapet above the eaves, a stone moulding at eaves level and a decorated terracotta panel in between. Front garden walls are in panelled brickwork. There are similar houses along the same side of the street, but each has slight variations.     SZ 657 985
2707 40
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