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Westover, Bournemouth

Description: Westover

Grade: II
Date Listed: 27 February 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 101819

OS Grid Reference: SZ0769091002
OS Grid Coordinates: 407690, 91002
Latitude/Longitude: 50.7186, -1.8924

Location: Portarlington Road, Bournemouth BH4 8BT

Locality: Bournemouth
County: Bournemouth
Country: England
Postcode: BH4 8BT

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Listing Text

1.
5186 PORTARLINGTON ROAD
(South Side)
No 4 (Westover)
SZ 0790 8/76

II

2.
Large and well-detailed villa of circa 1900, Voysey and neo-Georgian mixture.
Ground floor brick, with Georgian-shaped windows, segment-headed, scarlet voussoirs.
Projecting porch and cloakrooms with alternating brick and stucco quoins, and
flat parapet rising at corners (with pierced heart motif); arched doorway with
big white semi-circular hood, roofed in lead and supported on richly carved console
brackets (foliage). Upper floors roughcast with vast central staircase window
in unchamfered stone grid, 6 mullions and 2 transoms, gable over it with attic
window strip of six lights in moulded frame. Tall Voyseyish roughcast chimneys.
3 small gables to east, 1 big gable to west. 3 gables symmetrically towards
garden (south) with 4-light 2nd floor windows, segmentally pedimented. Gables
connected by white Voyseyish balustrading. Ogee-roofed lead cupola off-centre.
2-storey canted bay with single-storey canted bay and balustraded balcony next
to it. 2 good spoutheads. Gatepiers of alternating trick and stone, original
timber gates.


Listing NGR: SZ0769091002

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Source: English Heritage

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