Number 10 Store (Building Number 1/58)

Quick Facts

Go Historic ID
691815
Names
Number 10 Store (Building Number 1/58)
Coordinates
50.8004720° N, 1.1095430° W
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Listed on
Grade I listed building
listed building (England)

Location Map

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Timeline

13 Aug 1999

Number 10 Store (Building Number 1/58) designated a Grade I listed building

National Heritage List for England Data

Number 10 Store (Building Number 1/58) is listed on the National Heritage List for England with the following data. Some information may have become outdated since the date of listing. Text courtesy of Historic England. © Crown Copyright, reprinted under the Open Government License.

List Entry ID
1272284
Grade
I
Name
NUMBER 10 STORE (BUILDING NUMBER 1/58)
Location
NUMBER 10 STORE (BUILDING NUMBER 1/58), MAIN ROAD
District
City of Portsmouth
Grid Reference
SU 62847 00479

SU 6200 SE MAIN ROAD (West side) HM Naval Base 774-1/18/215 No 10 Store (Building No 1/58)

GV I

Naval store, now museum. 1776 by Templar, Parlby and Templar (Riley), bomb damaged c1940, restoration work c1991. Red brick, with some glazed blue headers, in English bond; ashlar dressings. Flat-topped mansard slate roof with lead top. PLAN: rectangular plan with central ground-floor entry and stair. 3 storeys with cellar and attic, 13 x 3 bays. EXTERIOR: ashlar plinth and 1st-floor band and sill band; stepped brick eaves band below plain ashlar cornice; coped parapet. Ground-floor doorways have round-arched ashlar surrounds with keystones rising into 1st-floor band, plinth blocks and imposts. Windows: are 18-pane sashes, 12-pane to 2nd floor, with gauged bright-red brick flat arches and ashlar sills (some sills replaced in concrete); flat-roofed attic dormers. Rainwater pipes with square heads. North-east elevation: bays arranged 5:3:5, the centre projecting slightly below pediment with oculus and surmounted by 1992 replica clock tower cupola re-using clock faces, ball finial and weather-vane. To centre, large round archway in rusticated ashlar surround with imposts, the voussoirs aligned to courses, and with modillion cornice; flanking windows, that on left replaced by entrance; doorways to other bays in round-arched ashlar surrounds with plinth blocks, imposts and keystones rising into deep 1st-floor band. Rear: as north-east elevation. Above archway, on 2nd floor, is loading door with crane; and a lunette with radial glazing bars to pediment...

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Bibliography

  1. “NUMBER 10 STORE (BUILDING NUMBER 1/58).” The National Heritage List for England. Web. Accessed 8 Oct. 2013. <https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1272284>