Hampshire Treasures

Volume 4 ( Winchester)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Brassey Road (both sides)
Houses
Nos. 1-1 2. Two terraces of six houses in a quiet close. 2 storeys. Red brick with slate roofs. Open porches. Names of houses over doorways.     SU 477 304
1501 10
Houses
Nos. 13-106. 2-storey terraces. Red brick with slate roofs. Open porches. Mixture of 1 and 2-storey bays. Continuous sloping roof over ground floor bay and porch on east side. Iron railings to Nos. 45, 49, 51 and 20-54.     SU 477 303
1501 11
Cranworth Road (east side)
Houses
Nos. 19 and 20. 2 storeys. Yellow and red brick. Slate roof. Windows, modern to No. 20, sash to No. 19. 2-storey bays.     SU 476 301
1501 14
Fairfield Road (south side)
Houses
Nos. 1-57 (odd). Two terraces of red brick houses with slate roofs. Nos. 1-31, with ground floor bays. Nos. 33-57, have decoration between ground and first floor level.     SU 476 301
1501 15
House
No. 85. Double-fronted flint house. 2-storeys. Slate roof.     SU 474 300
1501 17
Fairfield Road (north side)
Houses
Nos. 52-70 (even). Semi-detached houses of red brick with slate roofs. Decorative cement rendering between ground and first floor bay.     SU 475 301
1501 16
Hatherley Road (north side)
Houses
Nos. 41-59 (odd). Large semi-detached houses. Red brick with slate roofs. Bay windows on ground and first floors. Some original sash windows. Open porches.     SU 473 301
1501 19
Hatherley Road (south side)
Houses
C.19/20
Nos. 2-74 (even). 2-storey, brick houses with stone dressings and slate roofs. Built in a variety of styles, all with projecting 2-storey bays. Recessed doorways. Mostly plain sash windows. Nos. 58 and 60, the most elaborate pair in the road have bays in stone, and stone porch and window surrounds. Low brick garden walls. Centred on grid reference.     SU 474 301
1501 18
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