Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Houses
C.19
Nos. 11 and 13. Circa 1850 pair of houses. Two storeys and basement, brick with low pitch hipped slate roof. Recessed sash windows, flat arches to those of No. 11. Central three-panel door to No. 11 with rectangular fanlight, five steps up with iron rails. Similar entrance to No. 13 on north side.     CA
SZ 644 990
2713 206
Building
No. 18 Warleigh House. Three storeys, rendered slate roof. Cornice, sash windows. Now offices.     SZ 644 991
2713 210
House
C.20
No. 35. Two storeys, half-timbered and rendered first floor and brick ground floor. Original gable end red tile roof. Situated on corner site with The Retreat, this elevation has a projecting gabled bay, surmounting an open fronted porch, and a further gable with longer sloping sides. Casement windows. Various tall chimneys.     SZ 644 991
2713 205
House
C.19
Woodcote. T.E. Owen circa 1845. Rendered with slate roof. Casement and sash windows, attractive casement window across corner of building. String course and eaves brackets. Entrance on north elevation.     SZ 644 992
2713 324
Vicarage
C.19
St. Jude's. 1850, T.E. Owen. Two storeys red brick with stone dressings. Slate roof. Some mullioned windows, others modernised. Long garden to the south. Boundary wall, brick with stone dressings and gate pillars. Gothic gateway to Grove Road South.     CA
SZ 643 990
2713 325
Gunwharf Road
Walls, Gateways Main Gate
C.19
HMS Vernon. Circa 1870 perimeter walls along the road. Approximately 8 ft. high, with stone plinth and yellow brick panels in red brick surrounds, stone coping. At regular intervals corbelled stone castellated semi-circular gun ports. Secondary gateways, some blocked, have massive stone piers with corniced or shallow pedimented caps. The main gate is contained by square brick towers with machiolaton to castellated parapets; stone machiolation to pierced brick parapet over cambered archway which is set in continuous moulded stone surround; right hand tower is taller with elaborate weathervane, iron gates with scrolled finial superstructure.     T&CP Act
SZ 632 998
2713 69
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