Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Brownwich Lane
Brownwich Farmhouse. Two storeys and attic with hipped dormers. Red brick with grey headers, partly clay tile hung to south and west elevations. Hipped tiled roof with two large chimney stacks. Sash windows and gabled porch.     T&CP Act
SU 520 036
0707 178
To the south-west of Brownwich Farmhouse. Aisled barn of eight bays. Weather-boarded on brick plinth, tiled double half-hipped roof. Opposite doors and end doors. Through purlin roof with straight braces.     T&CP Act
SU 519 036
0707 179
Castle Street
Nos. 2, 4 and 6. L-shaped block of three two-storey cottages. Tiled roof, rendered finish and sash windows.     CA
SU 540 056
0707 242
No. 8. Two storeys, rendered, hipped tiled roof. Sash windows to upper floor and to the left on ground floor. Central panelled door with tiled sloping hood on brackets. Bay window to right.     CA
SU 540 056
0707 243
Nos. 10 and 12. Two storeys stucco with tile roof, dated 1820. Bay window to No. 10.     CA
SU 540 356
0707 244
Catisfield Lane
Meoncross Boys School, formerly Catisfield House. Two storeys and attic, with rendered facade and hipped tiled roof. Main part of building is symmetrically designed with three windows and three pedimented dormers. Rear fa‡ade has three French casements to each floor, and central bow rising through both floors, domed dormer above. Verandah with tiled roof and delicate iron balustrade. Under conversion to seven flats.     T&CP Act
SU 547 062
0707 190
Cottages (5)
Nos. 42-50. Terrace of two-storey cottages, built in red brick with grey headers, but No. 42 now painted white. Old tiled hipped roof. C.18/19 casement windows mostly with cambered heads.     T&CP Act
SU 547 062
0707 194
No. 23, The Cottage. Red brick, single storey and attic. Two sash windows fronting road and 'dairy' lean-to at rear. Tiled roof. C.18 or possibly earlier.     SU 548 063
0707 238
Catisfield Cottage. Western facade is of red brick with grey headers, slate roof, two storeys. Two bays on both floors with curved sides and sash windows. The side fa‡ade is higher and faces the street, red brick with old tiled hipped roof. The rear of the building is triple-gabled and tile-hung to ground level.     T&CP Act
SU 549 862
0707 192
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