Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Tower Street
House
C.19
Tower House. Three storeys, tiled roof, decorative chimneys. Spire with model ship surmounts a tower with windows. Former home of W.L. Wyllie, painter of seascapes and naval battles.     CA
SZ 629 994
2713 275
House
C.17
No. 3. Black Horse Cottage. Two storeys red brick, tiled roof, with two dormers tile hung at the sides. Two sash windows on first floor. Ground floor has doorway to left and two sash windows to right. Sun fire insurance badge over door.     CA
SZ 629 994
2713 276
The Thicket
Building
C.19
Linholme. Part of St. John's College. Circa 1840, stucco villa. Two storeys. Low pitch hipped slate roof. Three window front, each window bay stepped from the other, the one to the west containing the entrance, projects more as a wing. Tuscan columned porch to wing parapet with ball finials. Flush panelled door, semi-circular fanlight. Two small round headed lights flank porch. East front is also stepped in two window bays. First floor window to right converted to door and canted bay window on ground floor to left.     T&CP Act
CA
SZ 645 991
2713 28
Building
C.19
Woodleigh and Belmont. T.E. Owen. Two storeys rendered, slate roof, two chimney stacks one with Fareham pot. Sash windows. Originally a pair of villas now part of St. John's College.     CA
SZ 645 991
2713 295
Houses
C.19
White Lodge and Thicket Cottage. Formerly The Fernery, T.E. Owen, now semi-detached pair, White Lodge to the north and Thicket Cottage to the south. The brick south section of the building is modern, the rest rendered. Mature slate roof. Bracketed eaves at varying levels on White Lodge, although the roof line remains the same. Door and two sets of French windows to White Lodge, modern windows and doors on Thicket Cottage.     CA
SZ 645 992
2713 294
Warwick Crescent
Public House
C.19
The Mystery. Typical A.E. Cogswell public house for Brickwoods Brewery. The building is on a triangular site and has been retained as a contrast to later development. Mainly two storeys with tiled gabled roof, upper storey in black and white 'half-timbering'. Entrance is in three storey corner section surmounted by tiled spirelet with weather-vane.     SZ 643 997
2713 327
West Street
Building
C.19
Boom Tower and No. 3. Building in three sections, three storeys facing the harbour, with two storey wings facing West Street. The three storey section is a series of curved bays with castellated top towards harbour. Mainly sash windows, flat roof. Boundary wall to West Street, with pillars.     CA
SZ 628 994
2713 281
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