Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
The Vale
Upper Mount. Part of T.E. Owen's Southsea Development. Two storeys and attic stuccoed villa. Gable end slate roof, eaves on long, shaped stucco brackets. Projecting gabled bay and adjoining gabled entrance bay. Attic lunette in gable of projecting bay, small round-headed window over entrance. Other windows recessed sashes. Double doors, with semi-circular fanlight, surmounted by architrave arch on console brackets.     T&CP Act
SZ 643 986
2712 16
Victoria Grove
No. 5. An original unaltered two storey villa. Stucco facade with rusticated quoins. Shallow pitch slate roof. Numerous eaves brackets. First floor has two pairs of vertical sliding sash windows each pair divided by a slender column, and a central window with semi-circular hood and surround. The ground floor has a pair of angular bays with vertical sash windows surmounted by a stucco parapet and moulded panel. Projecting front entrance with flat roofed porch and panelled door. Original small coloured tiles decorating front path.     SZ 648 992
2712 159
No. 28. Datestone reads '1882'. A house of two storeys and attic. Red brick with cream brick quoins. Hipped slate roof with two chimney stacks. Eaves brackets, string course below. Sash windows throughout. To the left a two storey bay, first floor window to right is divided by a column with decorated capital and surmounted by ornate decoration. To the right on ground floor, a window with two long, narrow panels of stained glass and two simple columns. Narrow central stone pediment. Original panelled door reached up steps. Mosaic tile decoration to path and original boundary wall.     SZ 649 992
2712 150
Victoria Road (south)
Nos. 5 and 7. Two storey shops, brick built, colourwashed facade. Slate roof with terracotta ridge tiles, four chimneys. Attractive carved pediment with spiked ball finials at each end. Stained glass top panes to sash windows on first floor. Recessed doors and two angular bays on ground floor. Cast iron detailing to left and right ends of shop fronts. Circa 1900.     SZ 647 992
2712 151
Nos. 41-49. Terrace of two storey houses with line incised stucco facade and gable end slate roofs. Chimneys in wide stacks with twelve original cream chimney pots. Two vertical sash windows on each first floor. Angular bay windows on ground floor. Semi-circular arches with decorative keystones over panelled and partly glazed front doors, semi-circular fanlights. Small front gardens, with patterned tiled paths.     SZ 647 990
2712 87
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