Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Houses (and Offices)
C.19
Nos. 51 and 53. T.E. Owen, semi-detached villas. Stucco faced, low pitched slate roofs. No. 51 has three storey central section, with rusticated flanking strips to ground and first floors, and incised panelled strips to second floor, canted stucco bays to ground and first floors. Flanking two storey sections have recessed sash windows and projecting porch to right. No. 53 has broader three storey section, with recessed sash window on second floor, and two storey bow window to ground and first floors. Three storey recessed section to right contains two storey porch set in angle. Panelled door, office extension to right.     T&C P Act
CA
SZ 642 990
2713 17
Church
C.19
St. Jude. Built by T.E. Owen, 1851. Lofty nave with clerestory, aisles, south-east corner tower with stone spire, gablets, corner buttresses. Exterior flint and rock faced stone with stone dressings. Large neo-Decorated east window. South transept. Low south gabled porch. Interior has tall arcades and galleries in aisles and in south transept. Roof has stone ribs and bosses and glass vaulting. Square parapeted vestry added by J.H. Ball 1897.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 643 989
2713 29
House
C.19
Dovercourt. Large Gothic house, two storeys and attic, stucco with rusticated quoins. Steeply pitched slate roof. Four storey tower, with steeply hipped leaded roof. Two three storey gabled bays. Arcaded porch. Tall two storey east wing. T.E. Owen's own house. Gazebo in garden.     CA
SZ 642 989
2713 304
Building
C.19
Portland Flats. By T.E. Owen. Stucco faced, three storeys and basement. Low pitched half hipped slate roof. Horizontal rustication on ground floor. Rusticated quoins and strips flanking narrow window bays, and each side of centre. Recessed sash windows on first floor. Enclosed porch to left of centre. Pilasters flanking recessed arched entrance, reached by steps up.     CA
SZ 643 989
2713 217
King Street
Public House
C.19/20
No. 51. Scotts, 1840-50. Corner site. Three storeys, red brick, painted on first floor at corner. Low pitched hipped slate roof. Formerly two houses. Corner block has one recessed sash window to each upper floor. Circa 1900 tiled public house front on ground floor, entrance across corner. Return front to west has two rectangular bay windows, and two storey extension, perhaps former stable. The right hand section to King Street is two storeys, one recessed window to each floor, with flat stucco arches. Cellar grating.     CA
SZ 641 995
2713 218
House
C.19
No. 53. Two storeys red brick, brick cornice and parapet. One recessed sash window to each floor, with flat gauged arches. Panelled door, set in round arch.     CA
SZ 641 995
2713 232
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