Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 9 - Fareham

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Church Place
House
C.18
No. 1. Two-storey building with old tile hipped roof, built of red brick incorporating blue headers. Three windows in moulded box frames. Panelled door in moulded architrave surmounted by flat hood on brackets.     T&CP Act
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0702 181
House
C.18
No. 2. Two storeys, the ground floor is tarred brick, the first floor weather boarded, half-hipped old tile roof. Sash and casement windows, one only remaining on ground floor, the others blocked. The building may be older than date shown.     T&CP Act
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Church and Churchyard
St. Peter and St. Paul. The only medieval work remaining is the C.12 Lady Chapel - the original chancel. The tower of grey headers with red brick window dressings was built in 1742, architect James Norris of Gosport. Chancel, organ trascept and choir vestry are by Sir Arthur Blomfield, 1886. The nave by Charles Nicholson in 1930. Further extensions in 1974. The churchyard contains many fine C.18 and C.19 tombstones and altar tombs, mainly in white stone. The north and west boundary walls are flint with interval panels of red brick, dated 1830.     T&CP Act
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0702 01
Drift Road, Wallington
Cottage
C.17
No. 15, Toby Cottage. Timber framing exposed on end walls only, with red brick infill, facade is red brick, with early C.1 9 casement windows and modern gabled porch. One and a half storeys with two gabled dormers in the old tiled half-hipped roof, which was originally thatched.     T&CP Act
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0702 173
House
C.19
East Hill. Two storeys, stuccoed facade with hipped slate roof. The centre bay is curved and advanced, three windows, those on first floor unbarred sashes, French casements on ground floor.     T&CP Act
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East Street
Building
C.19
No. 1. An early C. 1 9 three-storey building with rendered facade, cornice and parapet. Altered C.1 9 shop front with entrance on the corner. Elevation to East Street has three windows, blank centre on first and second floors. Cast iron balcony behind notice board.     T&CP Act
CA
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0702 171
House
C.19
No. 3. Two storeys, built of grey headers with red brick window dressings and quoins to west end, slate roof. Sash windows and panelled door in moulded architrave with flat hood on brackets.     T&CP Act
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0702 50
House
C.19
No. 5. Two storeys, red brick with slate roof. Sash windows, panelled door in moulded architrave surmounted by flat hood on brackets.     T&CP Act
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0702 51
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