Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Green Road
Houses
C.19
Nos. 37 and 39. Pair of three storey and basement houses. Stucco finish with parapet and quoins. Sash windows with glazing bars. Doors with pedimented door-case, reached up short flight of steps. Railings around basement area and up steps.     SZ 646 992
2713 326
Grove Road South
School
C.19
The Castle, St. John's College Roman Catholic School. Circa 1820-30, castellated villa, one of the earliest Southsea houses. Two storeys, stucco faced, projection to right on west front. Crenellated parapet. Two mullioned casements with drip moulds to both floors, projected section has superimposed canted stucco bays with mullioned casement lights. North return front has three storey octagonal turret with crenellated parapet, ground floor with four-centred open arches to each face. To the left two altered windows surmounted by parapet with delicate pointed mock machiolation. Further blind stretch of walling terminated with a corbelled projection as a turret.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 640 991
2713 09
School
C.19
St. Catherine's, St. John's College Roman Catholic School. Circa 1830-40 two storey stucco villa. Symmetrical front with slightly recessed centre. Low pitch slate roof with shallow flat eaves. Recessed sash windows, three on first floor, two on ground floor. Central porch with arched entrance, and panelled door with semi-circular fanlight.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 645 991
2713 10
House
C.19
Milford Lodge. Circa 1840-50, stucco villa of two storeys. Low pitch gable end slate roof, with projecting eaves and low pitch gable over right-hand part of front. Stucco bowed bay on ground floor below gable. First floor has three sash windows, those below the bay narrower. Ground floor also has French casement windows with steps down into garden. The rear entrance front has rusticated entrance bays rising through two storeys, sash windows and panelled double doors with semi-circular fanlight.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 644 992
2713 11
House
C.19
The Shrubbery. Circa 1840-50 two storey stucco villa. Low pitch gable-end slate roof. Centre of front has slight rusticated projection. Recessed sash windows. Central entrance, panelled door, semi-circular fanlight recessed extension to right.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 644 992
2713 12
House
C.19
No. 5. Portland Place. Circa 1840-50 villa. Three storeys and basement. Stucco faced, tall front having gabled projection with shallow bow up to second floor. Low pitch hipped slate roof, flat eaves with long shaped stucco brackets to corner of main roof and to gable end projection. Recessed sash windows. Recessed two storey bay to right on first floor. Projecting enclosed porch, reached by flight of steps up.     CA
SZ 643 990
2713 208
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