Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 221 - St Thomas

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
C.19
No. 19. Part of altered circa 1820-30 terrace. Three storeys and basement, white brick. Brick dentil cornice, parapet with stone coping. Recessed sash windows on second floor, Victorian canted wood bays on ground and first floors. Panelled door, semi-circular fanlight, moulded arch on imposts giving pilaster effect to stucco surround.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 638 997
2713 73
Houses
C.19
Nos. 29 and 30. Part of altered circa 1820-30 terrace. Pair of three storeys and basement with area. Now one property. Red brick with grey headers. Brick dentiI cornice, parapet with stone coping. No. 29 has superimposed Victorian canted wood bays through three storeys. No. 30 has recessed sash window to second floor. Superimposed Victorian canted bays, smaller than No. 29. Panelled door, reached up five steps.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 638 996
2713 74
High Street
School
C.19
Portsmouth Grammar School. The school was installed in present building in 1926, which was built in 1856 as Cambridge Barracks probably by Jacob Owen. Two storeys and semi-basement with forecourt. Beneath the four centre first floor window bays are three round headed architrave stone arches, the centre one for carriages the outer ones for pedestrians. Above the parapet is a Royal cartouche in stone. The two flanking window bays each side of centre portion, project slightly.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 635 995
2713 75
Buildings
C.19
Outbuildings to south west of Portsmouth Grammar School. Formerly part of Cambridge Barracks. Circa 1850, half H-plan three storeys, red brick, parapet with stone coping. Centre block and north wing slightly taller than south wing. North wing has six windows, and central hatches, cambered arches. Plain door. Centre block with five windows and two plain doors. South wing has eleven windows and modern projecting bay. Carriage archway on ground floor. North wing has C.19 two storey red brick extension, with low pitch slate roof, six windows on first floor, five on ground floor, two doors, glazed roof verandah on five cast iron plain columns.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 635 994
2713 76
House
C.16/17/18
No. 10. Three storeys, red brick with plinth. Brick dentil cornice and parapet with coping. Three recessed sash windows. Panelled door semi-circular fanlight with radial leaded glazing, set in plain stucco surround. Formerly part of 10 1/2.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 634 994
2713 77
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