Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
Cams Hill
Nos. 8 and 9. Originally one house, two and a half storeys, grey brick with red brick dressings, rendered plinth, tiled roof. Sash windows, those on ground floor with cambered heads. Central door also with cambered head, steps to doorway. Dated 1789.     T&CP Act
SU 588 062
0705 85
Down End Cottages. A terrace of three two-storey cottages at right angles to the road. Built of red brick with slate roof. The eastern fa‡ade has northern bay advanced under gable, western fa‡ade has three gables. Casement windows with latticed glazing. Recently reconstructed.     T&CP Act
SU 589 062
0705 83
No. 30, Coachman's House. Semi-circular entrance in flint and yellow brick work, with stone cappings to bold piers. Patterned roof tiles and barge-boards.     SU 692 061
0705 108
Castle Street
Methodist Church. Large red brick building with tiled roof. Gable end of roof faces street, stone coping to gable and stone date plaque reads 1933. Large window in gable with arch built in three courses of brick, the same detailing in arch over front doorway, which is set in a curved frontage with castellated top.     SU 618 055
0705 106
No. 35, Noel Cottage. Red brick two-storey building, the side facade is tile-hung. Hipped old tile roof. Cluster of four chimneys, set diagonally. Sash windows, central doorway.     T&CP Act
SU 618 053
0705 15
No. 51. Formerly a Methodist Church, used from 1867-1933. Recently converted to a two-storey dwelling. Brick end wall retains former Gothic windows, front fa‡ade has rendered ground floor and tile-hung upper storey. Original tiles used on the roof. Modern Gothic windows with lozenge glazing.     SU 618 052
0705 107
No. 53, White Lodge. Two storeys, rendered facade with parapet, old tiled roof, sash windows, and French casements on ground floor. Two-bay section to west, with hipped old tile roof, mainly sash windows, some modern.     T&CP Act
SU 619 051
0705 17
Houses (2)
Nos. 67/69 and 71. Originally three houses, now Nos. 67/69 converted into one dwelling. Two and a half storeys, brick built with steeply pitched old tile roof overall. Hipped dormers in roof, sash windows. Ground floor of Nos. 67/69 has segmental arches. No. 71 has painted facade and modern door.     T&CP Act
SU 619 051
0705 60
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