Hampshire Treasures

Volume 12 ( Gosport)

Page 18 - Anglesey

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Privett Road
House
No. 6. Unusual brick construction of blue-grey glazed bricks - colour due to special firing. Believed to be at least three hundred years old. Local legend says was hospice for pilgrims going to Chichester.     P(LB&CA) Act
CA
SZ 600 996
1001 49
Public House
C.19
No. 2. The Wiltshire Lamb. Late C.19 public house. Valuable landmark and, at one time, terminus for electric trams. Ref: Time Gentleman Please. (1982) R. Brown.     GLL
SZ 601 996
1001 81
Cottages
C.19
Nos. 10-14. Single storey, with shallow dormers in gambril roof. Handmade tiles. Unusual character.     GLL
SZ 599 996
1001 82
St Marks Road
House
C.19
Odd Corner, No. 2. Former pump house related to the Crescent. One storey and attic. Stuccoed. Slate roof. Recessed porch of fluted columns. Bow window. Ref: Buildings of England (Hants and I of W) p.257 (Pevsner and Lloyd).     P(LB&CA) Act
CA
SZ 604 985
1001 27
Stokes Bay Road
Building
C.19
Alverbank. Partly single, mostly two storeys and small basement. Part brick rendered, part stone. Slate gabled roof. Fine interior. Formerly a private house - now used as Hotel. Built for John William Croker, Secretary to the Admiralty during Sir Robert Peel's ministry. Associations with Queen Victoria and her son the Duke of Edinburgh. Ref: 1. Portsmouth News 22.5.1970. Ref: 2. Hampshire Magazine June 1982 p.54. Ref: 3. Gosport Records 1. 1971 pp.14-15.     P(LB&CA) Act
SZ 592 987
1001 14
Walls
Stanley Park. Surrounding part of Bay House estate and of former kitchen gardens. Stone gateway.     SZ 592 989
1001 16
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