Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Houses
C.19
Nos. 14 and 16. Pair of semi-detached villas, three storeys and basement. No. 14 has slate roof, No. 16 tiled. Two storey bays with sash windows, other windows casement. Glazed entrance doorways to sides of building. Panelled boundary wall.     CA
SZ 645 989
2713 245
House
C.19
No. 20. Merton Lodge. One of a pair of semi-detached villas, dating from 1862. Two storeys and basement, rendered, gabled slate roof. West facing first floor bay window. East facing gabled projection with single storey bay window. Mullioned casement windows with hood moulding. Glazed porch set in angled recess between main block and gabled projection.     CA
SZ 646 989
2713 244
Museum Road
House
C.19
Ravelin House. Two storeys, red brick with stone detailing, and very steeply pitched high red tile roof, with several tall chimneys. South facing bay with terracotta detailed gable behind it. Angled bay on west corner, and bay to the west surmounted by a gable again with terracotta detailing.     SZ 637 995
2713 241
Building
C.19
City Museum. Formerly part of Clarence Barracks, also former Duchess of Kent Barrack WRNS. French Chateau style block, 1897. Red brick with stone dressings. Two three storey ranges of four windows linking four storey gabled end blocks with square towers flanking their inner sides. A massive gabled centre piece has buttresses with three narrow windows in between, the gable is stone faced with large relief of Royal coat of arms. Second floor windows of three storey ranges are gabled semi-dormers. Gable end slate roofs. South front is similar but has round towers flanking inner sides of four storey end blocks and centre piece. The towers have conical slate roofs with ornate iron finials and weathervanes. This side of the central feature has a large canted stone mullioned and transomed bay window, supported by heavy stone brackets over entrance. Open arch above screens second floor. Machicolation and crenellated parapet. Two attic storeys contained in gable surmounted by stone openwork finials. Formal garden incorporating features from Crichel House, Dorset.     T&CP Act
SZ 636 995
2713 31
Building
C.19
Navy Records Office. Tall building of two storeys, and attic, red brick with stone dressings, gable end slate roof, 1896. Symmetrical front to road with two slightly projecting gabled bays with stone copings, each with three tall narrow camber headed sash windows to ground and first floors. Outer bays have two small sashes to each floor. West gable end has projecting gabled bay of three windows similar to those on north front. Lower entrance wing to rear. Double arched recessed porch with two circular apertures over.     SZ 636 995
2713 242
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