Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 175 - St Jude

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Hotel
C.19
Saville Hotel. Four storey and basement, slate roof. Basement stuccoed, first and second floors are brick and stucco, third floor tile hung. Three angular bay windows through three storeys, with sash windows. Fourth storey windows are fixed lights, and louvre.     CA
SZ 644 984
2712 134
Houses
C.19
Nos. 39-41. Three and half storeys and attic, hipped slate roof with central chimney, symmetrical facade with stucco finish. Angular bays through three storeys with sash windows. Original dormer windows with unusual round heads. String course at first and second floor levels, and decorated moulded brackets under the eaves.     CA
SZ 644 984
2712 135
Building
C.19
No. 46, Holland House. Four storeys, stuccoed main facade. Steeply pitched slate roof with tall paired chimneys each end and pair of gables facing road. Two three storey castellated angular bays below gables. Small central dormer window. Four urns at high level. Rear elevation has glazed garage canopy. Now the Royal Naval Engineers' Benevolent Society Memorial Club.     CA
SZ 645 984
2712 121
Building
C.19
No. 54. Three storeys plus basement and attic. White stucco finish and rnansard slate roof, with five dormer windows. Parapet and dentil cornice. Sash windows in moulded surrounds. Wrought iron balcony. Stone pillars and steps, crazy-paving terrace. The building stands on a prominent corner site.     CA
SZ 645 984
2712 136
Houses
C.19
Nos. 55 and 56. A pair of stucco faced villas, with old tiled roof and gable ends facing the street. Curved bay windows through three storeys. The right-hand side retains the original first floor balcony and canopy in Regency style with cast iron decorative railings. Original decorated stone boundary wall and piers.     CA
SZ 646 983
2712 117
Hotel
C.19
The Pendragon Hotel. Five storeys, stucco facade, renewed roof tiling. Angular bays through four storeys. Moulded eaves brackets with decorative ends, quoins and moulded surrounds to top storey windows. Look out tower on roof.     CA
SZ 646 983
2712 118
House
C.19
No. 61, Red Lodge. Four storey red brick villa with tiled roof. Large end gable facing the street with prominent bargeboards and brackets and tile-hung infilling. Tall important chimneys with attractive moulded stone springing. Bay through first and second storey with balustrade over. Upper ground floor level terrace with moulded stone balustrade. Original sliding sash windows surmounted by rubbed brick arches. Now converted into flats.     CA
SZ 646 983
2712 119
Clarendon Road
House
C.19
No. 18. A two storey white rendered villa, with red tiled gable end roof. Shuttered casement windows. Probably by T.E. Owen.     CA
SZ 644 986
2712 58
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