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Yorkshire Grey Public House

A Grade II Listed Building in Portsmouth, City of Portsmouth

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.7962 / 50°47'46"N

Longitude: -1.0929 / 1°5'34"W

OS Eastings: 464025

OS Northings: 100013

OS Grid: SU640000

Mapcode National: GBR VQR.0V

Mapcode Global: FRA 86LZ.Q1R

Entry Name: Yorkshire Grey Public House

Listing Date: 18 March 1999

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1104326

English Heritage Legacy ID: 474693

Location: Portsmouth, PO1

County: City of Portsmouth

Electoral Ward/Division: Charles Dickens

Built-Up Area: Portsmouth

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire

Church of England Parish: Southsea St Luke and St Peter

Church of England Diocese: Portsmouth

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Listing Text


PORTSMOUTH

SU6400SW GUILDHALL WALK, Landport
774-1/21/268 (East side)
No.25
Yorkshire Grey Public House

GV II

Public house, now public house and restaurant. 1897. By AH
Bone. Red brick in Flemish bond, stone dressings. Steep
pitched Welsh slated roof with moulded and pierced ridge
tiles. Brick stack on left.
EXTERIOR: 3 storeys, 4 bays. Ground floor windows and
entrances have flanking fluted Ionic pilasters. Facade facing
Guildhall Walk has on left within the splayed corner a 2-leaf
6-panelled door with overlight set under flat stone arch,
projecting flat hood supported on pair of heavy shaped and
moulded brackets; fascia and cornice. Tripartite stone canted
bay window to first and second floors each with centre sash,
lower leaf 2 panes, upper leaf 8 panes with 2 large lower
panes, narrow flanking sashes set under flat stone arch,
recessed stone head panel, moulded sillband; stone frieze and
cornice, recessed brick parapet with moulded stone panel with
scrolled sides, date stone 1897. On far right set back within
open lobby is a half-glazed door with 3 moulded narrow panels
and side screens. Opening has recessed round stone arch with
keystone, flat stone arch across recess at springing line.
Pair brackets similar to left entrance hood support projecting
entablature with pediment and flanking urns. Between entrances
are 2 large transomed casements, 3 panes over transoms set
under recessed flat stone arch with facing stilted segmental
arch, splayed stone jambs and sill, recessed apron with dentil
course through centre, fascia and cornice. First and second
floors each have 3 sashes, each upper leaf 8 panes and lower
leaf 2 panes, shouldered stone architrave, flat arch with
patterned indents, stone steps in brickwork flanking
architraves. Each first floor sash has stone pediment with
head carving in tympanum, stone sillband. Second floor has
moulded stone band at window head level, frieze and cornice,
recessed stone head panel with carved relief; recessed brick
parapet with 4 moulded stone panels each with at centre square
casement and 2 small flanking round-headed casements, moulded
stone coping.
Left return facing Alec Rose Lane is similar 3 bays wide and
at left a 2-storey wing 3 bays wide.
INTERIOR: has 2 tiled murals by "Carter and Co., tile makers,
Poole" now hidden behind partition walls.


Listing NGR: SU6403000010

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