New Village became Castle Road in June 1861.
Castle Road, Carisbrooke
Castle Road lies to the south parallel to Carisbrooke Road commencing at junction of Melbourne Street to junction of Castle Hill/Whitepit Lane.
The majority of buildings listed within are Grade II listed in February 1972, for more information https://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/england/isle-of-wight
South East side.
Nos 1 to 5 Melbourne Street,
C18/C19 row of houses, No 1 is of 3 storeys in gault brick. Gable end slate roof. 2 windows, glazing bars. Ground floor windows: wood cornices and Venetian shutters. Recessed door with panelled reveals wood trellis porch.
No. 1 Falcon House – 4 flats
|1920’s||Barton||the grocery & provisions storethe grocery & provisions store|
No 3 Falcon Inn, Castle Road
|1867||Post Office Directory|
|1898-1939||Arthur Thomas BARTON||Grocer & Inn Keeper|
|1901||Annie E Barton||Wife + family|
|1901||Rose B Moorman||Barmaid|
|1951||Edgar C JOLLIFFE|
A 2 storeys painted brick. Old tile sable end roof. 2 windows C19 ground floor window and entrance bay.
No 5 is of 2 storeys purple grey brick with red brick dressings, cornice and parapet. 2 windows. Round headed door in plain flood case. Tile hung sides.
Nos 7 & 9
(Castle Road Post Office)
C18/C19 2 storeys. Brick, gable end slate roof. 2 windows. Recessed doors with semi-circular fanlights. No 7 has small cast iron balcony.
Nos 11 & 13
C18/C19. 3 storeys cement rendered. Gable end slate roofs Nos 11 and 13, old tile mansard roof
No 15 destroyed by fire.
No 17. One window each and dormers, flush moulded wood architraves. Recessed reeded doorcases with blind semi-circular fanlights.
Nos 19 to 27
|21||1871||The Misses RALPH – gentry|
C18/C19 row of cottages. Nos 19 and 21: 2 storeys painted brick. Old tile gable end roof. One window.
No 23 of purple grey headers with red brick dressings and one window.
Nos 25, 27 similar with C19 bays added.
All the above are Grade II listed properties
Nos 35 to 43 form a group
C18/C19. 2 storeys purple grey headers and red brick. Old tile gable end roof. One window, sash, glazing bars. Recessed door, plain case and bracketed hood.
|1871||Miss WELLINGTON – gentry|
2 storeys painted brick under same roof as No 35. One window, recessed, sash, glazing bars. Good cast iron balcony and wooden trellis porch.
Nos 39 to 43
C18/C19. 2 storeys purple grey headers with red brick dressings. Gable end slate roof. 2 windows to Nos 39 and 41, No 43 has one window without glazing bars, its doorway is on the south west side. Recessed doors, wood doorcase with thin pilaster strips, bracketed hood.
|43||1871||William G FAIRGRIEVE – gentry|
Circa 1840. 2 storeys stucco. Hipped slate roof, projecting eaves. 3 windows, recessed, sash, block sills. Ground floor, 2 large projecting stucco bay windows of 4 lights (2 to front), casements with original glazing bars, to side, French windows to front. Plain strips with moulded diamond corner blocks, reeded frieze, shallow cornice. Entrance south west side, recessed fielded panelled door with 2 lights, reeded wood case with moulded roundel corner blocks.
|77||1909||Wilfred Mary Jane CANT – born, died 1985 [see Cant family history]|
|1910||Vera Hannah CANT – born, died 1998 [see Cant family history]|
Circa 1830. 2 storeys chequer brick with red brick dressings. Low pitch hipped slate roof, projecting eaves. 2 windows, one in set back entrance bay. Windows recessed, sash, glazing bars, block sills,
rubbed brick flat arches. Recessed door of 4 fielded panels, 2 glazed, flat brick arch.
Early Cl9. Originally toll house. L plan. 2 storeys rendered brick painted. Ripped slate roof. North west end projects in 3 sided bay. 2 windows on north entrance front. 2 light casements glazing bars,
block sills flush flood frames. Recessed door of 4 fielded panels, 2 glazed, plain wood architrave. North west bay one window each side, none to front, casements with diamond pattern glazing bars, flush wood frames, block sills.
Circa 1840. 2 storeys weatherboarded. Low pitch hipped slate roof. 2 windows in slightly recessed bays, 3 light casements, glazing bars, the panes with bevelled corners, thin block wood sills. Centred modern door. Glazed roof verandah with fret work eaves, “rustic” plank fence with alternating open and whole planks. Conservatory south west end, enclosed trellised section to north east.
No 103 Linden Road,
Mid C19 single storey lodge in Tudor style of yellow Grey brick. Gable and scallop tiled roof with diagonally set, ridge end, yellow grey brick stacks, Wide barge-board eaves. Flanking brick pilaster strips. 2 windows, recessed full length 2 light casements with rectangular upper lights, glazing bars, block sills, flat brick arches. Centred recessed door of 3 fielded panels and 3 lancets, rectangular fanlight, flat brick arch. Broad shallow step, flanked by short brick walls capped by terracotta urns.
Nos 105 & 107
Mid C19. Semi-detached 2 storeys yellow grey brick flanked by brick pilaster strips. Hipped slate roof, wide wood eaves cornice. 3 windows, 2 light casements in wood frames, block sills. Ground floor original French windows. Entrances to sides. Tent roof verandah on cast iron trellis pilasters.
Mid C19 + plan house of 2 storeys and attic in gault brick. Gable end roofs with barge-boards and finials. One window to each gable end, 2 either side of north wing and one each side of south wing. 2 light casements with block sills and drip moulds over. Ground floor west front original French windows and 4 light bay window with slate roof and brick base in gable end. Tent roofed verandah with good cast iron tracery pilasters on west side of north wing. Conservatory on the south wing this
Evans: 4 to 70, mixture of terrace and semi-detached properties.
|1830||Joshua SPICKERNELL – builder|
|William SPICKERNELL – builder|
|James WILLIAMS – carpenter & joiner|
|ELSBURY & DYER – coal merchants, corn factors|
|George Henry BULL|
|22||1871||Mrs BECKINGSALE – gentry|
|32||John YOUNG – gentry|
|Millbrooke||Frederick VULLIAMY Esq., J.P.|