Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 203 - St Thomas

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
No. 37. C.19 stucco refronting. Two storeys rusticated rendered quoins. Parapet with coping. Steep pitch gable end slate roof, with one dormer. Recessed sash windows. Modern door.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 629 995
2713 52
House
C.18/19
No. 39. Possible refronting to an older building. Three storeys, red brick, with singIe red brick band cornice, parapet with stone coping. Steep pitch hipped old tile roof. Two recessed sash windows to upper floors, surmounted by flat gauged arches. Ground floor altered, now has garage doors and modern front door.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 629 995
2713 53
House
C.17/19/20
No. 41. C.1 7 origin, partly timber-framed. Three storeys the upper fIoors rebuiIt this century in red brick with parapet and wood casements. Old tile roof to rear. Ground fIoor has remains of early C.19 shop front, flanked by half Doric columns.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 629 995
2713 54
House
C.19
No. 45. Three storeys, narrow rendered front with parapet and coping. One recessed sash window to second and ground floors, in a broad rendered surround, which is carried over ground floor door. Canted bay window on first floor.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 629 995
2713 55
Building
C.18/19
Nos. 53 and 53A. Three storeys red brick, brick bank cornice with headers. Parapet with stone coping. Two recessed sash windows on second floor with flat gauged arches. C.1 9 rectangular bay window on first floor. Ground floor has central early Victorian shop front. Panelled hatch to basement boat store. Panelled doors with rectangular fanlights flank the window.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 629 995
2713 56
House
C.18/19
No. 55. Three storeys, painted brick. Parapet with stone coping. Two flush framed sashes on second floor. First floor has broad tripartite shallow bow window, with bracket supports for window boxes. Entablature across ground floor carried over base of bow, one sash window and panelled door with rectangular fanlight. Reeded doorcase.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 629 995
2713 57
Public House
C.18/19
The Lone Yachtsman. Three storeys and attic, grey headers with red brick quoins. Brick dentil cornice with stone coping. Old tile hipped and mansarded roof. Upper floors have two dormers and three recessed sashes, with flat brick arches. Public house front, formerly tiled, now rendered, altered windows.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 628 995
2713 58
Gate
C.17
King Jame's Gate. Built in 1687 to replace the original Elizabethan gate into Old Portsmouth, removed in the 1870s to RN Barracks later re-erected in its present position. Much of the Baroque superstructure, which incorporated a royal coat of arms, has not survived, the remaining structure consists of an arch with keystone, flanked with pairs of pilasters and smaller arches, rusticated and topped with flat entablature. Ref: Buildings of Hampshire and Isle of Wight (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.451.     SMR 139
SZ 636 999
2713 134
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