Hampshire Treasures

Volume 3 ( Hart and Rushmoor)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Timbers, No. 19, Southampton Road. 2 storeys. Brick with timber-framed upper storey. Tiled roof. Built circa 1925, using old     SU 870 535
0802 38
The Tumbledown Dick, Farnborough Road. 2 storeys. Red brick. Slate roof. Part tile hung. Believed to be C.18 with C.1 6 part to     SU 870 556
0801 32
Ship Inn, Ship Lane. 2 storeys. Brick and timber-framed. Modern extensions with sharp ridge transverse and dormers and modern tiles.     SU 872 570
0801 22
Jobs Farm. Long, low structure of three rooms in line. Timber-framed with brick infilling and brick chimney. Internal wall, haze] wattle     SU 850 572
0803 06
Kneilwood House, Canterbury Road. Brick structure. Tiled roof. Central tower, Italianate style. Later additions. Now used as old     SU 878 548
0802 25
Elephant and Castle, Lynchford Road. 2 storeys. Mainly timber structure. Side walls rendered. Sash windows. Carriage entrance to     SU 875 536
0802 20
Old Rectory, No. 37, Rectory Road. 2 storeys. Brick structure with some timbering. Double ridge slate and tiled roof. Formerly two buildings. Possibly C.16 and C.19. Con-     C.A.
SU 875 557
0801 33
Queens Hotel, Farnborough Road. 3 storeys. Red brick with stone details. Slate roof. Prominent site overlooking Queens Parade. buildings. Possibly C.16 and C.19. Con-     SU 868 535
0802 37
The Fir Tree, Lynchford Road. Brick rendered. Slate roof. Tall double-fronted bays on high semi-basement. Bars in single-storey wing on buildings. Possibly C.16 and C.19. Con-     SU 884 537
0802 22
Cottages (12)
Alma Cottages, Cross Street. Twelve yellow brick cottages in three groups of four, forming three sides of a square, the fourth side opening buildings. Possibly C.16 and C.19. Con-     SU 871 539
0802 03
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