THE PORTHOLE PUBLIC HOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1390831
Date first listed:
12-May-2004
Statutory Address:
THE PORTHOLE PUBLIC HOUSE, 11, NEW QUAY

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Location

Statutory Address:
THE PORTHOLE PUBLIC HOUSE, 11, NEW QUAY

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District:
North Tyneside (Metropolitan Authority)
National Grid Reference:
NZ 35646 67930

Details



1022/0/10042 NEW QUAY 12-MAY-04 North Shields 11 The Porthole Public House

GV II Public House, built in 1897, replacing earlier public house on the site. Constructed of red brick and terracotta under tiled roof, designed by W & T R Milburn of Sunderland. South-west facade (front); two gable ends divided by first floor balcony, two doors both in right hand gable, third on left hand corner where first floor is jettied. Large multi-paned arched window between doors in right hand gable, three large multi-paned square windows to left, all separated by wooden pilasters with scrolled tops. Triangular pediments above two right hand doors projecting into first storey level. Prominent gables with sandstone shell and ball finials. Right hand gable has three-light canted bay window with leaded canopy. Flanked to left by one and to right by two narrow sash windows. Left hand gable has four sash windows with single ornamental brick arch over and decorative panel above. Central shallow balcony with two sash windows and wide arch above. String courses above and below first floor windows and decorative terracotta segmental arches above windows and balcony. North-west face; Three large multi-paned windows as at the front, with a door at each corner under jettied first floor. First floor has 2 windows either side of central protruding large chimney stack with decorative brickwork. Rear of this wing protrudes beyond rest of rear face and contains a second chimney stack. Two single storey outshuts at rear, one with two blocked windows, and remains of a further building. Three windows at first floor with segmental brick arches. Single storey flat-roofed modern extension to south-east. INTERIOR: Apart from fenestration and external doors, ground floor has lost its original layout, with ceilings lowered and rooms opened out. Stairs to first floor at right hand end, leading to corridor behind four principal rooms. First has original cast iron and tiled fireplace, skirting and door. Second room also has fireplace, door and skirting, with narrow door to balcony. Third, smaller room, and final large room with original windows to 2 sides and modern brick fireplace. This room opens to rear kitchen with modern fittings. Bathroom also to rear. The designers of the building were theatre designers, and this is reflected in the decorative treatment, especially the first floor balcony which resembles a theatre box. Sources: 'The Northumbrian Pub - an Architectural History', LF Pearsons 'As They Were', R Thompson Dix North Shields Archives

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
491012
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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