Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
School
C.19
Portsmouth High School for Girls. By Osborne Smith of London, 1886. Neo-Dutch facade in deep red brick. Three tall storeys and basement. Symmetrical front of nine windows grouped in three bays with large external brick chimney stacks flanking centre. Three shaped gables, outer ones round topped, the central one with small pediment. Round arched doorway flanked by round arched windows, roll moulded surrounds of rubbed brick. Side elevations also have shaped gables and external chimney stacks.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 639 990
2713 98
School House
C.19
Portsmouth High School. Circa 1840 Gothicised and castellated villa. Asymmetrical two storeys and attic, painted brick. Gable end slate roofs with diagonal set brick chimneys. Entrance front has two storey gabled porch, corbelled timber framing to first floor. Gable with bargeboards over left hand recessed part which on ground floor has two bays of brick verandah with slate roof, returned along south front. Mullioned casement windows with drip moulds. Four storey tower to rear with projecting parapet. One of the first T.E. Owen houses in Southsea.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 640 991
2713 13
Houses
C.19
Nos. 29 and 43.1835, early example of T.E. Owen's Southsea development. Stucco terrace with three storey end houses and two storey houses in between. Ground floors rusticated except No. 31. Low pitch hipped slate roofs. Flat fronted pilastered bow windows to first floors. Recessed sashes to second floors. Tripartite pilastered sash window to ground floors. No.43 has a recessed three storey extension with two storey bow. Enclosed porch, semi-circular fanlight Nos. 31 and 33 have been weatherboarded on first floor. Round headed recessed windows, and round headed doorways. No. 41 refronted, raised to three storeys with later Victorian facade.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 640 991
2713 14
House
C.19
No. 45. St. Vincent Lodge. Circa 1840-50 villa, part of T.E. Owen's development. Two storeys and basement, rendered with rusticated corner strips. Vitruvian scroll frieze, dentil eaves cornice. Low pitch hipped slate roof. Recessed sash windows. First floor bay window probably later, with leaded tent roof and cast iron flower guard. Modern door, architrave surround with deep flat hood on shaped brackets.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 641 990
2713 15
Houses
C.19
No. 49 and Kent Lodge. T.E. Owen, stuccoed pair, three storeys and basement. Low pitch slate roof with paired brackets to eaves. Recessed sash windows. Outer windows on ground and first floors are superimposed rectangular bays. Entrances in centre of return fronts, with panelled door and semi-circular fanlight. Doors set back behind round arched openings.     T&C P Act
CA
SZ 641 990
2713 16
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