Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 174 - St Jude

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Building
C.20
Queen's Hotel. Five storeys with attic and semi-basement. Red brick structure with cream faience dressings. Main elevation to the south is of fifteen bays, surmounted by three pediments. Paired faience balconies to sash windows and ground floor arcading. The west elevation of three bays has a pediment over all the bays supported by Doric columns rising through fourth and fifth floors. Between the columns are circular windows on the fifth floor and rectangular sashes on the fourth floor. Porte cochere on the ground floor with elaborate cast iron canopy and steps leading up to the main first floor entrance. North elevation has door surround in faience surmounted by a window flanked by columns with sitting figures, supporting the window canopy. Faience domes at north-east and north-west corners. Dated 1903.     CA
SZ 640 987
2712 107
House
C.19
No. 12. Three storey cream brick villa, (the second storey colourwashed), slate roof with hipped ends. Ground floor has two angular bays. First floor has casement windows on to balcony which runs the full length of the fa‡ade. Pair of pediments over first floor windows. Paired chimney stacks to each end. Ammonites are incorporated into the boundary wall and entrance steps.     CA
SZ 642 985
2712 112
Houses
C.19
Nos. 14-17. Five storeys, brick construction, (three of the buildings colourwashed). Angular brick bays with parapet and stucco quoins. Second storey bays have decorative cast iron window boxes. Small angular bays above main entrance doors which have semi-circular fanlights.     CA
SZ 642 985
2712 113
House
C.19
No. 29B. Front facade at back of pavement level. Very narrow frontage, one bay only, stucco facade, with parapet, quoins and projecting string course at the top. Four storey with angular bays at first, second and third floors, with original sliding sash windows. Ground floor has three-light window with brackets over to support the first floor bay window. Three-panel front door with small rectangular fanlight and square canopy over.     CA
SZ 643 985
2712 114
House
C.19
No. 29C. Four storeys and attic; red brick with artificial stone.dressings and slate-hung facade. Large four storey ornate angular bay. Full length balcony with cast iron front. Main doorway has pilastered surround. Railings to street have fleur-de-lys tops.     CA
SZ 643 985
2712 115
Hotel
C.19
No. 37, The International Hotel. A pair of Victorian buildings. Three and half storeys with attic. Stuccoed symmetrical facade. Angular bays through all storeys, with sash windows. Slate roof with gable ends, two dormer windows in original surrounds plus two in modern metal casements. Steps up to entrance doors.     CA
SZ 644 984
2712 133
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