Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
St. George's Road/Gunwharf Road
Wall
C.19
HMS Vernon. Very long perimeter wall running from St. George's Road to Gunwharf Road. Polychromatic brickwork incorporating blue and red patterns and yellow panels with red piers, with a number of stone lookouts. Early stone gateway to Gunwharf Road now bricked-up. Main gate in St. George's Road consists of an archway with battlemented tower to north west side, metal gates and an elaborate metal weathervane.     CA (part only)
(part only)
SZ 632 995
2713 323
Wall
C.19
Remains of old Barrackwall, Colewort Barracks destroyed during World War II, originally C17/18. Bands of red brick work with intervening stone work bands, topped with a cement capping set with small stones, red brick piers, stone and white brick gateway. Now part of former power station site perimeter wall, which has been retained following development.     SZ 633 997
2713 274
St. George's Road
Gate
C.18
Landport Gate. Design attributed to Nicholas Hawksmoor 1760. Simple rusticated stone arch with octagonal turret, surmounted by stone sphere.The gate was originally flanked by earthen ramparts. Ref: Buildings of Portsmouth and its Environs, (Lloyd) p.60-61.     CA
SMR 140
SZ 634 997
2713 133
St. Thomas Street
House
C.18/19
No. 36. A narrow fronted house, three storeys and basement, gauIt bricks with red brick dressing. Red brick dentiI cornice with stone capping and smalI parapet with stone coping. One recessed sash window to each floor with flat gauged brick arches. Panel door in wood surround, three steps up to entrances.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 633 994
2713 123
Houses
C.18
Nos. 44 and 45. Three storeys red brick. Converted in 1979 to create two Georgian style houses. The restoration earned a Civic Trust Award.     CA
SZ 663 994
2713 301
House
C.18
Lady Hamilton Cottage. Three storeys, rendered ground floor, red brick above slate roof. Two renewed windows to each floor. South west corner of the house is rounded.     CA
SZ 634 995
2713 302
Houses
C.18
Nos. 47 and 48. Two storeys and attic, painted brick, No. 47 rendered. Gable end tiled roofs, old tiles to No. 48. One dormer each. Two flush framed sash windows each. Panelled doors, in moulded architrave surrounds. Flight of five steps up to each door.     T&C P Act
CA
SZ 632 994
2713 127
House
C.18/19
No. 49. Two storeys, stucco faced with parapet one recessed sash window to each floor. Shallow bow window supported on side brackets on ground floor. Panelled door, rectangular fanlight, flat hood over. Early C.19 alterations.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 632 994
2713 126
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