Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 210 - St Thomas

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Grand Parade
House
C.19
No. 2. Large four storey cement rendered house with flanking vermiculated strips. Moulded cornice and parapet with coping. Three sash windows to each upper floor set in eared architrave surrounds. First floor outer windows are canted bays, with pilasters dividing the lights. Ground floor has two large tripartite sash windows with vermiculated keystones. Door to right set in architrave surround with rectangular fanlight.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 631 992
2713 64
House
C.19
No. 3. Three storeys, stucco faced, moulded cornice and parapet, modern dormer. One recessed sash window to second floor, superimposed rectangular bay windows to ground and first floors. Panelled door set in recessed plain doorcase with shaped brackets supporting flat hood.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 631 992
2713 65
House
C.18
No. 4. Three storeys, cement rendered front. Moulded cornice and parapet. Two casement windows on second floor, two storey bow to ground and first floors. Tablet to the memory of the fallen in 1914-1918 war, on the wall. Recessed panelled door in panelled reveal with flanking reeded pilasters, shaped brackets to moulded cornice hood.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 631 992
2713 66
House
C.17/18
No. 5. Three storeys faced with rough plaster, parapet with coping. Three recessed sash windows to second floor, French windows on first fIoor, giving on to iron balcony, with tent roof canopy. Four leaded sash windows to ground floor. Panelled door to right.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 631 992
2713 67
House
C.19
No. 6. Corner site with Penny Street. Three storeys, stucco, parapet and bands between the storeys. First and second floors have superimposed canted bays facing Grand Parade. Ground floor has broad sash window in architrave surround. The front to Penny Street has four windows in architrave surrounds. Canted bay window on ground floor with moulded cornice. Panelled door, later hood.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 631 992
2713 68
Great Southsea Street
Building
C.19
Nos. 42 and 44. Formerly a public house, The Barleycorn. Corner site, two storeys stucco faced. Parapet and moulded cornice to front. Two architrave framed sash windows on first floor. Mid-Victorian public house front. Round headed two-light bar window with dividing colonette. Pilaster framed door with semi-circular fanlight. Return front has two bar windows and side door.     CA
SZ 640 993
2713 187
Public House
C.20
The India Arms. By A.E. Cogswell. Gabled roof, upper floor of brick with two overhanging bay windows. Ground floor tiled, doors at each side. Name and date 1902 in tiling at entrance. Public house now incorporates adjacent former shop which contains tiles murals of fishing and hunting scenes by Carters of Poole.     CA
SZ 640 993
2713 186
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