Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
White Dell Lane
White Dell Farmhouse. Two storeys original portion in red brick, hipped tiled roof. Casement windows, some sashes on western part, modern doorway.     T&CP Act
SU 590 086
0702 144
Wickham Road
The Old Manor House. Originally called Leggs. A three-storey building, grey headers with red brick dressings, parapet of grey headers. Windows have segmental heads, sashes with glazing bars. Porch with Corinthian columns and segmental pediment. C.19 wing to south east.     T&CP Act
SU 581 066
0702 78
Chapels (2)
Fareham Cemetery. The two chapels are linked by a gatehouse spanning the drive. They are built of flint with stone dressings with tiled roofs. Each has an advanced gable bay with windows with cusped tracery. The gatehouse has large central gable arch flanked by side arches.     T&CP Act
SU 579 073
0702 230
Farmhouse, Barn and Outbuildings
Furzehall farm. Completely renovated externally and altered internally in 1980 to provide drawing office and office accommodation. The original farmhouse is in two parts. To the north C.18 red brick with grey headers and old tiled roof with hipped gable end. The southern part, originally red brick, is now rendered and painted. Two storeys, roof carried low to rear. Wing at rear of farmhouse was originally the cowsheds, built in red brick with grey headers, brick arches over the windows and doors. The original C.17/18 barn is now joined to other buildings by walkway at first floor level. Barn is timber-framed with braces and tie-beams, red brick with old tiled hipped roof.     T&CP Act
SU 577 075
0702 79
Boundary Oaks School, Roche Court. Designed as a Tudor gatehouse incorporating the lodge house, architect, Sir Jeffrey Wyatville, built in 1808. Grey brick with later red brick southern wing, white stone dressings. Red brick walls at both sides, building and walls crenellated. Large Tudor carriageway arch with ribbed wooden doors flanked by stone turrets. Square tower separates red brick lodge house.     T&CP Act
SU 578 082
0702 142
Boundary Oaks School, Roche Court. The building has a stone-walled medieval core which is concealed by C.16 and C.17 work; other additions in C.18 and C.20. The northern facade has two timber-framed jettied gables, the southern fa‡ade has two tile-hung gables. To the east a higher three-storey section with three hipped gables. The main front faces west with C.19 red brick facade incorporating imitation timber framing. Windows are mainly reproduction C.19 casements.     T&CP Act
SU 580 082
0702 80
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