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Queensbury (Number 41)

A Grade II Listed Building in Southsea, Portsmouth

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Latitude: 50.7877 / 50°47'15"N

Longitude: -1.0922 / 1°5'32"W

OS Eastings: 464085

OS Northings: 99072

OS Grid: SZ640990

Mapcode National: GBR VQV.LM

Mapcode Global: FRA 87L0.B9R

Plus Code: 9C2WQWQ5+34

Entry Name: Queensbury (Number 41)

Listing Date: 25 September 1972

Last Amended: 18 March 1999

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1245528

English Heritage Legacy ID: 474818

Location: St. Jude, Portsmouth, PO5

County: Portsmouth

Electoral Ward/Division: St Jude

Built-Up Area: Portsmouth

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire

Church of England Parish: Southsea St Jude

Church of England Diocese: Portsmouth

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SZ6499 KENT ROAD, Southsea
774-1/13/367 (North side)
25/09/72 Nos.29-43 (Odd)
Queensbury (No.41)
(Formerly Listed as:
KENT ROAD, Southsea
Nos.29-43 (Odd))


Terrace of 8 houses. 1837-40, No.41 refronted and altered late
C19. By TE Owen. Stuccoed. Welsh slate roofs except Nos 39 and
41 which have interlocking tiles, Nos 29 and 39 hipped, No.43
has pair hipped roofs, rendered stack to left and right of
No.29, left of No.33 and on right of Nos 35-43.
EXTERIOR: 3 storeys and basement except No.31 with 2 storeys
and basement, 17 bays (1 wide:3:2:2:2:2:3:2 wide); Nos 29 and
43 have flanking paired Corinthian pilasters with entablature
over first floor, then squat Tuscan pilasters up to eaves. Nos
31-41 have rusticated ground floors. No.29 has at centre a
c1880 restored conservatory.
On first floor is a flat-fronted round-cornered oriel with
8-pane centre sash and curved 8-pane flanking sashes,
pilasters divide lights supported on shaped brackets, fascia
and flat lead roof. Sash on second floor with 4-pane upper
leaf and 2-pane lower. Return on left has similar quoin
pilasters and entablature. To left, the recessed front facing
Sussex Road has a 4-panelled door set within porch. On left is
a 12-pane sash, 12 pane unequal sash on first floor and 6-pane
sash to second floor.
On far right of terrace No.43 has similar slightly projecting
left part except ground floor has a tripartite window with
centre 8-pane casement and 4-pane flanking casements. To left
of right recessed part is a 1-storey projecting porch, 4 stone
steps approach a 2-leaf 6 panelled door with fanlight set
under round stuccoed arch, moulded architrave, flanking
pilasters and block parapet. On right is a 2-storey bow window
with 2 and on first floor three 4-pane sashes each set under
flat stuccoed arch, dentil band cornice and flat roof.
No.31 has at centre a 4-panelled door with fanlight. To left
and right is a round-headed 8-pane sash with margin and narrow
central glazing. Door and windows are set within recessed
arcade with moulded band at impost level. Sillband at first
floor with three 12-pane sashes each set under flat arch, band
cornice and block parapet.
No.33 has on right a C20 door with fanlight. On left a margin

glazed round-headed sash. First floor sillband runs across Nos
33-39, 12-pane sash and on right 2 narrow mullioned 4-pane
sashes each set under flat stuccoed arch, moulded band at
second floor runs across Nos 33-39, 6-pane sash and on right 2
narrow mullioned sashes.
No.35 has on left a C20 door with fanlight. To right is a
16-pane round-headed sash. First floor has a 9-pane sash and
second floor a 6-pane sash each set under flat stuccoed arch.
No.37 has on right a 2-leaf 4-panelled door with fanlight, to
left a 16-pane round-headed sash, on first floor a 12-pane
sash and narrow 4-pane sash to right each set under flat
stuccoed arch.
No.39 has on left a 2-leaf 6-panelled door with fanlight. On
right a 16-pane round-headed sash and flanking door and window
are 3 small 4-pane sashes each set under flat arch. First
floor has 12-pane sash and second floor a 6-pane sash.
No.41 has at centre a 2-leaf 8 raised and moulded panelled
door with fanlight set within projecting 1-storey open porch
with flanking Tuscan pilasters, dentil band cornice and
balustrade. To left and right is a round-headed sash. On first
floor are 3 sashes each set under flat arch, flanking
Corinthian pilasters and triangular pediment. At second floor
bracketed sillband course, 3 sashes each set under cambered
arch with eaved architrave; bracketed cornice and balustrade.
INTERIOR not inspected.
Nos 29-43 (odd) forms a group with Nos 2-10 (even) Sussex Road
(Portsmouth Papers No.32: Riley RC: The House & Inhabitants of
Thomas Ellis Owen's Southsea: 1980-).

Listing NGR: SZ6406899082

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