Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 190 - St Jude

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Church
C.19
St. Simon. Architect Thomas Hellyer of Ryde, 1864-6. Yellow brick with red brick band. two-light cusped pointed windows. Three large lancets to west end. Tall nave and aisles, clerestory. Inside five-bay nave arcades with red, yellow and grey brickwork and whitewashed columns. Circular text panels. Full height chancel arch. Polygonal apse with tall traceried windows. Walls covered with texts. West end has steeply raked gallery. Recently altered interior.     T&CP Act
SZ 650 985
2712 27
House
C.19
No. 47. A three storey Victorian villa circa 1870. Red brick with cream brick dressings, ground floor stuccoed. Modern pantile roof. Angular bay through two storeys. Sash and casement windows. Cast iron window box supports at first floor level, with wrought iron brackets. Ten steps up to front entrance which has small cantilevered porch surround.     SZ 650 985
2712 155
House
C.19
No. 95. Two storeys and attic, mock Tudor facade with pebble dash infill panels. To the left the main gable is cantilevered forward, this has an attic dormer, decorated bargeboards and finial. Bay windows below the gable, with tile hanging between the floors. To the right a small gable and square bay windows. Central entrance door within small projecting porch, supported by slender wooden columns, small pair of lions by the steps. Porch roof tiled. Important tiling to main roof, angular pantiles and decorative ridge tiles.     SZ 651 988
2712 154
Wilson Grove
House
C.19
No. 2. Two storeys, knapped flint facade with stone quoins, and hipped tiled roof. Angular sash bay at ground floor level, all other windows, sash. Decorated keystone in doorway surround. Original boundary wall with knapped flint infill.     CA
SZ 650 993
2712 152
House
C.19
No. 14. Two storeys, attic and basement, stucco faced with incised line design. Slate roof with original central semi-circular headed dormer, two brick chimneys to left. To the right an angular bay surmounted by coping. Panelled door within stone surround with a pair of plain columns with broken pediment over. Original boundary wall with two piers and stone quoins.     SZ 649 992
2712 153
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