Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 169 - St Jude

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
C.19
No. 60. Three storeys red brick construction, with ornate gable end to road, orange brick herringbone panel at the top of gable facade, surmounted by date, 1898. Two storey projecting angular bay, with decorative work. Fine door surround with decorative head. Stone bosses and string course at high level. Original low brick boundary wall, with end brick piers surmounted by stone caps. Pair of original storm doors.     CA
SZ 651 993
2712 131
Castle Esplanade
Shelters
C.20
Three small seaside shelters, of Edwardian period design with flat roofs. Highly ornate cast iron panel above glazed windows. Cast iron brackets under the eaves. Interior has slatted wooden benches. Two have been restored. Situated in front of the rock gardens.     CA
SZ 648 980
2712 161
Shelters
C.20
Two large seaside shelters, with decorative cast iron features and slatted wooden benches, adjacent to the rock gardens.     CA
SZ 647 980
2712 162
Chelsea Road
Houses
C.19
Nos. 1-15. Terrace of two storey houses with attics and basements. Stucco facades, and slate roofs, (except No. 9 which has red tiles). Eaves brackets. Vertical sash windows throughout terrace. Nos. 1, 3, 5, 11 and 13 have trellised white wood verandahs. Rectangular fanlights over doors. Small forecourts.     SZ 649 990
2712 57
The Circle
House
C.19
No. 26 and Vale End. Two storey cement rendered villa in L-shaped plan. Gable end slate roofs with overhanging eaves. North facing entrance wing has recessed sash window on first floor set in rusticated surround, ground floor window projects slightly under a hipped leaded roof. Projecting porch with gable and round arched recessed entrance. The west front of the garden has two recessed sash windows on first floor and windows set in shallow rectangular projections with hipped leaded roofs.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 645 987
2712 03
Clarence Esplanade
Monument
C.19
Peel or Shannon Naval Brigade Monument. Tapering granite pier with polished granite panels. Cornice with shell ornamentation to frieze. Surmounted by bronze trophy, the metal from a gun captured at Lucknow. The memorial rests on a stepped plinth with canon bollards at the four corners. Dedicated to Captain Peel and the Shannon Naval Brigade, officers and men, who were killed in action during the Indian Mutiny.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 635 987
2712 28
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