Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group 2 - Natural Features
Hilsea Barracks. Many trees of different species situated on Hilsea Barracks site and Gatcombe Park.     TPO No. 5
SU 656 035
2708 07
No. 196, London Road. A single purple beech in the grounds of the property.     TPO No. 6
SU 651 027
2708 08
Nos. 205-247 London Road. Many trees of different species within the garden of No. 231 and an ash situated in the garden of No. 225.     TPO No. 67
SU 651 027
2708 14
Group 3 - Man-made Features
Battenburg Avenue
St. Nicholas. Single storey gabled building. Tiled roof with siatted wood and tiled tower. Square latticed windows in north and south walls. Gothic arched stained glass windows in east and west walls. Later additions at east end. Peaked hooded doorways. By Cogswell, 1935.     SU 658 029
2708 09
Copnor Road
Gatcombe House. Three storey white brick, built circa 1790. Brick dentil cornice, parapet with stone coping. Recessed sash windows with glazing bars to upper floors. Ground floor has two rectangular brick bays. Doorway between the bays with Roman Ionic columns. Recessed panelled and glazed door with semi-circular fanlight, with radial glazing. Wings added each side in 1877 in matching style. The south wing having three window bays is the same height as the main portion of the house. North wing is single storey. In the grounds is a temple acquired by the City of Portsmouth from Crichel House, Dorset, re-erected 1973.     T&CP Act
SU 658 034
2708 03
Green Farmhouse. Timber framed farmhouse with brick infilling. Single storey and attic. Gable and slate roof replaces the original thatch. Two flat roofed dormers. Slate band below the eaves. Central chimney. Wooden casements with shutters. Two storey C.19 extension at east end, stuccoed with gable and slate roof.     T&CP Act
SU 658 037
2708 01
To the north of Green Farmhouse. Large L-plan weather boarded barn, with slate roof with hipped gable ends. Queen post roof structure.     T&CP Act
SU 658 037
2708 02
Hilsea Lines
Continuation of the Lines within this ward. See Copnor Ward for details.     SAM 330
SU 650 045
2708 06
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