Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Houses
Nos. 2-10, Queens Terrrace. T.E. Owen 1835. Designed in conjunction with the return range Nos. 29-43 Kent Road. Three storeys stucco faced. No. 10 projects slightly taller with hipped slate roof. Nos. 2-8 have low pitch gable end slate roof. Recessed sash windows, ten in all. Rusticated ground floor. Tripartite pilastered sashes to front of No. 10. Panelled doors with semi-circular fanlights.     T&C P Act
CA
SZ 640 991
2713 307
Houses
C.19
Nos. 24, 26 and No. 28, Sussex Towers. Each house stepped back from the other in a mews type setting. No. 24 is two storey red brick with slate roof ground floor garage. No. 26 also two storeys though at a lower level to No. 24, rendered with casement windows. No. 28 two storeys and basement, rendered. Recessed sash windows. Central door with pent slate roof over. Castellated brick tower to rear, and castellations to left hand section of front.     CA
SZ 641 990
2713 284
House
C.19
Nos. 30-44. Tower House. T.E. Owen 1857. Nos. 30 and 32, two storeys. No. 34 projects and has three storeys with hipped finialed slate roof. All stucco faced. Nos. 30 and 32 have later mansard attic slate roof. Sash windows. No. 30 has inset entrance with round arch on brackets. No. 32 has rusticated round arched entrance. Panelled doors. No. 34 has recessed two storey main entrance bay with pent roof. Projecting enclosed round arched porch. Ref: To Architect and date, The Houses and Residents of Thomas Ellis Owen's Southsea, The Portsmouth Papers (Riley) p.5.     CA
SZ 641 990
2713 287
Sussex Terrace
Houses
C.19
Nos. 1-6. T.E. Owen, circa 1850. Stucco terrace of three storey houses with four storey terminal houses, projecting as tower features. Low pitch gable end slate roofs with flat eaves to three storey houses. Pyramid slate roofs with finials to four storey tower features. Flat eaves with very long shaped stucco eaves brackets to corners and flanking third floor window head. Three storey houses have two recessed sash windows to upper floors, one on ground floor and basement, full length on first floor with trellis verandah with fretted eaves and iron balcony, partly glazed on No. 2. Enclosed projecting porches with rusticated sides to three storey houses. Panelled doors with rectangular fanlights. Cast iron area low rails. Four storey towers have one window to each floor, that on first floor being a rectangular bay. No. 1 includes one three storey bay with entrance in similar porch to others. No. 6 has entrance in recessed section to east.     T&C P Act
CA
SZ 642 991
2713 27
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