Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group 2 - Natural Features
Waterside School. Several trees of varying types in the school grounds.     TPO No. 28
SU 538 033
2710 10
Lloyds Bank, No. 18 London Road, North End. A single sycamore at the rear of the bank.     TPO No. 64
SU 649 019
2710 20
Open Space
Tipner Peninsular. A remarkable stretch of open land on the shore of Portsmouth Harbour. One of the most important natural features on the western seaboard of Portsea Island.     SU 637 032
2710 28
Group 3 - Man-made Features
Kingston Crescent
Nos. 61 and 63. Pair of two storey red brick cottages each with steep pitch hipped old tile roofs with tall Victorian brick chimney stacks. Paired brick brackets to eaves. Recessed sash windows, one to each house. Ground floor has canted bay windows with cast iron flower guards over cornices. Doors set well back with flat-topped rendered arches with keystones to porches. Slate hung sides.     T&CP Act
SU 648 019
2710 06
Nos. 65-71. Terrace of two storey brick houses with stuccoed ground floors. Low pitch gable end slate roof, with one dormer to each house. Recessed sash windows, on first floor. French windows with Venetian shutters on ground floor panelled doors with rectangular fanlights set within fluted Doric pilasters.     T&CP Act
SU 648 019
2710 07
Nos. 73 and 75. A pair of two storey stucco houses. Broad gabled attics with shaped cut bargeboards and spike finials. Slate roof. Canted bay windows. Pilasters, rusticated at ground floor level with plain splayed capitals flank the windows. Tent roof verandah with fretted eaves board, supported on columns with unusual capitals. Door reached up a flight of steps.     T&CP Act
SU 648 019
2710 08
Mile End Road
Public House
The Market House Tavern. Three storeys stucco faced. Low hipped slate roof. Three recessed sash windows to each upper floor. Original public house front with two windows and central double glazed and panelled doors all framed by thin Doric wood pilasters.     T&CP Act
SU 645 015
2710 04
lnscribed '68 miles to London'.     T&CP Act
SU 645 015
2710 03
Public House
The Air Ballon Public House. Two storeys tiled gabled roof. Casement windows with leaded lights in first floor. Ground floor has stone framed windows with stained glass, and panelled and glazed double doors within arched entrance. Side door has two wooden caryatids supporting triangular pediment. Single storey extension on Garfield Road elevation. By Alfred Bone.     SU 645 018
2710 21
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