Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 59 - Stubbington and Hill Head

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Brune Lane, Chark Common
House
C.18
Rose Cottage. Two-storey house, the east facade of brick with grey headers, with brick eaves cornice, the north elevation is rendered. Old tiled double span hipped roof with central chimney to each span. Ground floor windows have cambered head linings. Central door with pediment. Tablet at centre first floor bearing cottage name and fire insurance mark.     T&CP Act
SU 575 019
0701 58
Burnt House Lane, Stubbington
House
Nos. 1, 3 and 5. One building divided into three cottages. Two storeys, timber-framed with square panels infilled with red brick. Centre ground floor is rendered and the ends of the house rebuilt with red brick. Half-hipped tiled roof (originally thatched) with central chimney. C.18/19 casement windows, and one modern window on each floor. Porch to No. 1 to side, others are on main facade.     T&CP Act
SU 555 033
0701 10
House
C.18
Meoncross Girls School. Two and a half- storey double pile house with coped gable ends and old tile roof, end chimneys. Rear cross wing with weathervane where front section joins. House may have earlier core, refronted in C.19 with mock timber framing. Cast iron trellised verandah, across ground floor, the roof missing. Casement windows, cambered head linings to those on ground floor. Western side facade tile hung.     T&CP Act
SU 558 037
0701 44
Crabthorn Farm Lane
House
Crabthorn Farm Cottage and Crabthorn Farmhouse. T-shaped timber-framed building possibly originally a hall (farmhouse) and crosswing (cottage). The cottage is timber-framed with red brick herringbone infill, the main fa‡ade faces north. Two storeys with half-hipped tiled roof and casement windows with some C.17/18 glazing. Interior has exposed C.17 timber framing. The farmhouse is built of stone rubble and red brick, with half-hipped tiled roof, also two storeys with casement windows. Central door in timber-framed porch. C.17 chimney stack on south wall. The roof down to single storey height at rear. C.17 beams and panelling to interior.     T&CP Act
SU 545 029
0701 06
Crofton Lane
House
C.17
Smugglers Cottage. Two storeys, timber- framed with herringbone brick infill, and half- hipped tiled roof, with large central chimney. Casement windows, modern porch.     T&CP Act
SU 547 024
0701 38
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