Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Houses
C.19
Nos. 3-5 and No. 50 St. Edwards Road. Circa 1840-50, T.E. Owen. This was originally a symmetrical stucco faced terrace with No. 2 Queens Place balancing No. 50 St. Edwards Road, but the former has been demolished and rebuilt. Nos. 3, 4 and 5 are two storeys with low pitch gable end slate roofs. No. 50 St. Edwards Road is three storeys projecting in front of the others with rusticated quoins and low pitch hipped slate roof. Nos. 3, 4 and 5 have recessed sash windows panelled doors and semi-circular fanlights, and porches with round headed trellis arches, that of No. 4 removed. No. 50 St Edwards Road has two recessed sash windows on each floor to Queens Place, those on first floor having architrave surrounds and balconies. North front altered.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 642 991
2713 25
St. Edward's Road
House
C.19
No. 31 St. Mary's Lodge. A large detached villa on a corner site with bay windows to the west and south. Slate roof with several chimney stacks.     CA
SZ 642 992
2713 272
Houses
C.19
No. 35, Landfall Lodge and No. 37 Pelham Lodge. Circa 1840. Semi-detached pair, stucco faced, two storeys and attic. Hipped slate roof, with flat eaves on paired brackets. Two flat roofed dormers to south front and two round headed lead roofed dormers to sides. One window each facing south, flush architrave framed sashes. No. 37 has French windows. Side elevations have projecting bays with semi-circular attic casements and architrave framed first floor windows. The entrances are in two storey porches set in the angle of projecting bays and main block, with architrave framed sashes on first floor and gables over the round headed entrance to porch.     CA
SZ 643 992
2713 268
House
C.19
No. 44. A circa 1840-50 villa. Two storeys stuccoed with rusticated flanking strips. Low pitch hipped new tile roof with flat eaves. Symmetrical. Three recessed sash windows with architrave surrounds on first floor, the central window narrower. Door of two vertical panels stucco pilasters, and architrave arch over. Slate hung side walls.     CA
SZ 642 991
2713 266
House
No. 46. Two storeys, rendered, modern tiled roof, chimney stacks each end with Fareham pots. Two storey bay with sash windows either side of central door. Smaller window above door. Porch with slate roof and stained glass.     CA
SZ 642 991
2713 267
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