Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 144 - Milton

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Milton Road
Prison
C.19
Kingston. Early concrete structure partly faced with Portland blue stonework with a red brick band. The Governors office and administration department forms a gate house to the inner part of the prison. Behind this three wings form a star plan around an octagonal hall. The hall roof is surrounded by three castellated towers which form vents for the heating system. By Rake and Cogswell 1877.     SU 659 008
2709 10
Chapel
C.20
    T&CP Act
SU 663 003
2709 01
Lodgeand Gates
C.20
Milton Cemetery. Gothic style lodge. Curved cast iron gates with central medallion to each, suspended on brick piers with stone cappings. Cast iron railings.     SU 663 003
2709 07
Church
C.20
St. James. By J. Oldrid Scott, 1913. Stone and flint construction with brick dressings. Window by Ninian Comper, 1934. Remains of old St. James church in the grounds.     SU 665 998
2709 09
House
C.19
The Vicarage. Attractive mid-Victorian villa. A two storey flint faced building with gabled slate roof. Slightly projecting wing on front elevation, north end with gable facing Milton Road with decorative wooden bargeboards, and angular bay window running thorough two storeys, with small paned casement. Cream brick chimney stack with four chimney pots. Original flint boundary wall with brick piers, with decorated stone cappings and metal railings between the piers.     SZ 665 998
2709 16
Barn
Milton Park. Building remaining from earlier farm. Partly thatched rectangular brick building with some timbering and barn doors. Now used as a theatre.     SZ 664 998
2709 09
Church
St. James. By J. Oldrid Scott, 1913. Stone and flint construction with brick dressings. Window by Ninian Comper, 1934. Remains of old St. James church in the grounds.     SU 665 998
2709 09
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