Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 126 - Highland

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Highland Road
Chapel
C.19
Church of England, Mortuary Chapel, Highland Road Cemetery. Stone with slate roof, western belfry. Two Gothic windows on each side.     SZ 659 989
2707 20
Chapel
C.19
Non-Conformist Chapel, Highland Road Cemetery. Rectangular yellow brick chapel with red horizontal brick band. Blank brick arcade of five bays at sides with windows in second and fourth bays, original metal frames. Slate roof with ventilator. Apse at north east end, and door at south west end.     SZ 660 989
2707 21
Public House
C.19
The Alma Arms. Two storeys, stuccoed. Low pitch slate roof. First floor has recessed sash windows, ground floor has two original bar windows set in surrounds of flanking panelled strips reaching to ground level, with scrolled decorated brackets supporting cornices over. Central enclosed porch set within arched entrance.     T&CP Act
SZ 662 990
2707 11
Building
C.20
Passenger Transport Offices. Two storeys. Brick and stone construction. Slate hipped roof. Stone portal bearing pillars and large lintel at upper storey, in pseudo-classical arrangements. Georgian style flush windows with stone surrounds, vertical sashes. Projecting clock bearing city's coat of arms. Two large lanterns supported on horizontal metal brackets each side of entrance.     SZ 664 989
2707 66
Public House
C.19
The Mayflower. Two storeys, stuccoed. Slate roof with three gables half sprung from eaves and bargeboards. Casement windows at first floor, on the ground floor one window is leaded and bearing the name of the original brewer.     SZ 665 990
2707 70
Landguard Road
Houses
C.19
Nos. 47-105. Terrace of two storeys, brick built. Dentil course below eaves. Square timber bays with vertical sash windows. Pantiled canopy over bays and doorways runs continuously along the entire terrace Immediately below the canopy over the twinned doorways is timber-work in the form of a St. Andrew's cross. Entrance floor is in pottery tiles.     SZ 664 991
2707 74
Lindley Avenue
Houses
C.19
Nos. 40-50. Three pairs of semi-detached brick built, two and half storey houses, with dormer wholly in the roof. Splayed stone bays at first and second storeys with turret top to second storey. Extended brick elevation to include doorway and small window at second storey. Ornate stone lintel over the door. Tinted and leaded glazing over door and at tops of ground floor bay windows. Forecourts.     SZ 662 987
2707 65
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