© Mr Stuart Goodall
STAR HOTEL, 26 AND 27 HIGH STREET (east side)
SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE
Mr Stuart Goodall
16 July 2000
14 July 1953
Date of last amendment:
14 July 1953
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1. HIGH STREET
5239 (east side)
Nos 26 and 27
SU 4211 4/133 14.7.53
Lower 3 storeys probably pre-1800, the fourth storey added and the whole stuccoed
circa 1830-1840. Stuccoed with rusticated ground floor. Roof concealed by
ball moulded balustrade at roof level with central Royal Arms in colour.
Small cornice and stringcourse above second floor. Projecting balcony to
whole front at first floor level with contemporary cast iron railings. Upper
floors have 8 windows. The first floor has 6 windows and a large 3-light
central window with stuccoed fanlight in segmental arch and console keystone.
Large stuccoed wavy star over. Ground floor has 6 windows. Glazing bars
have gone in some windows and some windows have been altered to casements.
Contemporary rainwater heads flank centre. Central segmental arched yard
entrance. Small moulded caps at springing of arch. Original doors, boarded
and studded with large nails. Inscription to left of central arch on a stone
reads "Coach to London (Sundays excepted) Alresford, Alton performs 10 hours".