Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Somers Road
St. Peter's. 1883 by Alfred J. Hudson. Red brick with meagre stone dressings. Polygonal apse, windows all small lancets quite effectively arranged on the tall gabled west front, generally a solid effect. Elaborate Gothic reredos with figures in brightly coloured mosaic, against a gold background. Stained glass by Walter Tower, in the aisle. Ref: Buildings of Hampshire and IOW (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.443.     SZ 646 997
2713 298
Southsea Terrace
Public House
White Horse Inn. Former villa circa 1850. Two storeys and attic, stucco faced, set back from road with garden. Low pitched slate roof, flat boxed eaves on brackets. Semi-circular dormer with architrave surround to centre. Three architrave framed sashes on first floor. Two later rectangular bay windows on ground floor with linked flat roof. Modern door with rectangular fanlight in architrave case.     SZ 638 991
2713 296
Rees Hall. Formerly the Royal Pier Hotel 1875. Five storeys and dormers facing south. Four storeys and dormers to west. Yellow brick rendered ground floor. Sash windows, round headed on second floor and segmental headed on third floor. Round headed dormers. Slate roof, steeply pitched with flat top. Original iron balcony at third floor level on south front.     CA
SZ 637 991
2713 297
Sussex Place
No. 5. Gothic 1840-50 T.E. Owen house. Red brick formerly painted. Slightly projecting gabled bay to left. Gable end steep pitch slate roof, flat eaves on corbel brackets with patterned faces. Three casement windows in stone surrounds in projection. Part to right has two sashes in stone surrounds and two blind paired mullion slits on ground floor. Gabled porch with cross finial. Four-centred arched entrance with rusticated surround. Panelled door with three-centred head in chamfered stone surround.     T&CP Act
SZ 640 991
2713 26
Sussex Road
Nos. 1-17. Terrace of small two storey stucco faced houses. Low pitch slate roof. Nos. 7 and 9 to centre have cornice and parapet raised as pediment over centre. One recessed sash window to each floor, some altered. Round headed chamfered doorways with steps up. Nos. 7 and 9 have one step only and architrave surrounds. Semi-circular fanlights.     CA
SZ 640 991
2713 293
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