Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 61 - Stubbington and Hill Head

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Mays Lane, Stubbington
No. 28, Thatched Cottage. Single storey and attic, timber-framed cottage with painted brick infill and thatched roof with one gabled dormer. Large exterior chimney stack at southern end, casement windows. One and a half-storey rear cross wing.     T&CP Act
SU 555 036
0701 13
Old Street, Hill Head
Great Crabthorn. An L-shaped house, the northern part was originally a symmetrical house with three windows and a central door. The later southern part is almost the same size but with one window. The original house is of two storeys and attic with four dormer windows in tiled mansard roof. The C.18 facade is of red brick with grey headers, though the house has an earlier core. Large porch with dentil cornice. Lower two-storey cross wing to rear.     T&CP Act
SU 543 029
0701 15
Park Lane, Stubbington
Old Park House. Two and a half-storeyed house with rendered facade and two dormers in old tiled roof; end chimneys. Sash windows in boxed frames, central door with modern porch. End fa‡ade is red brick with grey headers.     T&CP Act
SU 552 031
0701 46
Seafield Park, Hill Head
Chapel, now disused. Timber building now painted, with corrugated iron roof. SMR SU50SW23     SU 548 020
0701 26
Shoot Lane, Chark Common
Shoot Farmhouse. Original L-shaped building C.18,with south wing added in early C.19. Original building is two storeys, red brick with tiled roof with dormers and sash windows. Two-storey south wing is partly tile hung.     T&CP Act
SU 573 017
0701 23
Former barn to Shoot Farm, now used as business premises. A very large barn with colour-washed facade, the end wall to the road is red brick. Very large steeply pitched, tiled, hipped roof, half-hipped at west end. Boundary wall runs to the south of the barn.     T&C P Act
SU 574 017
0701 59
Stroud Lane, Stubbington
Newlands Farmhouse. Two-storey building of red brick with grey headers; tiled roof. Later central porch.     SU 562 045
0701 07
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