Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 208 - St Thomas

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
No. 37. Three storeys, red brick and grey headers on front elevation, painted brick and upper part tile-hung on side elevation. Dormer windows, one facing Castle Road, one at high level facing north, others facing south and east. Wooden bay windows through all three storeys. Parapet, with dentil course below. Doorway to left with hood on scrolled supports incorporating shell-like decoration. Pilasters flanking door.     CA
SZ 640 992
2713 178
Cavendish Road
No. 1 Flowerlands. Three storeys, red brick with rendered bay. Property on corner site with one elevation to Cavendish Road and another to Victoria Road south. The Victoria Road south elevation has a two storey bay and dormers. The elevation to Cavendish Road has projecting doorway with stained glass. Above doorway a wooden spirelet rises above roof line. Conservatory on south side.     CA
SZ 645 991
2713 173
Cottage Grove
Grove Middle School. Architect Thomas Hellyer of Ryde, first Portsmouth Board School to be opened, 27 January, 1873. Single storey main block with two and half storey bell-tower. Red brick with yellow brick and stone dressings. Steep pitch slate roof.     SZ 643 994
2713 320
Nos. 45-71. Continuous terrace of three storey and basement brick built rendered houses. The whole terrace divided into fourteen bays by pilasters, the central section slightly emphasized by higher parapet wall. Each house has gabled slate roof behind parapet, string course above second floor windows. Two sash windows on first and second floors. Late C.19 shop fronts. Many houses now altered.     SZ 644 994
2713 180
East Street, Town Quay
Public House
The Bridge Tavern. Three storeys, painted brick. Low pitch hipped slate roof, with flat eaves. On upper floors two recessed sash windows to east front, one window to north, blind on second floor. Casement on first floor. Original public house fronts to east and north.     T&CP Act
SZ 631 995
2713 63
Elm Grove
Public House
The Elms. Two storeys, brick, slate roofs. Round headed dormer in gable facing Albany Road. Ground floor tiled and painted, recently modernised, first floor painted brick. Higher central section flanked by two lower sections. Sash windows. Ground floor bar dates from between the wars.     SZ 646 992
2713 182
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