Hampshire Treasures

Volume 12 ( Gosport)

Page 32 - Hardway and Forton

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Barracks
C.19
Ancilliary Room of St Vincent Centre. Part of the former Royal Marine Barracks. Probably 1850s. Tall hipped roof building. Red brick with orange rubbers.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 610 004
1005 13
House
C.19
Cedar Cottage. Early C.19 stucco villa. Two storeys. Three windows. Large square bay. Low pitched hipped slate roof with wide eaves. Sash windows. Porch on west side with Doric columns and pilasters. Front wall contains a naval depot marker.     P(LB&CA) Act
CA
SU 613 004
1005 14
Warehouse
C.19
Wheelers, No. 32. Victorian warehouse built about 1900 of red brick and stone embellishments; three storeys and basement. It is a prominent feature of Forton Road with local historic associations. Ref: 'I.K.C. A relic of the grocery trade' (A.J.R. Cains) Gosport Records 21st Anniversary issue pp.21-24.     GLL
SU 612 003
1005 15
Halliday Close
Terrace
C.19
Nos. 2-11 (incl). Late C.19 terrace in near original condition (No. 1 lost due to enemy action). Built by the Army to serve hospital at Forton.     CA
GLL
SU 608 002
1005 16
Mill Lane
Training building
C.19
Former Gymnasium of St Vincent Centre. Possibly former gun training deck of former Royal Marine Barracks. Late C.19.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 610 004
1005 17
Priory Road
Buildings
C.19
Nos. 91-99 (odds only). Group of C.18 buildings giving scale and character to the area. Two storey terrace. Rendered walls. Tile roof. Rectangular single storey bays. Roof proportions and slope and height of building characteristic of possibly C.17 or earlier.     GLL
CA
SU 610 018
1006 01
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