Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 70 - Titchfield

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
No. 35. Littlecroft. Large red brick house with slate roof. Semi-circular window to stairwell. Probably C.19.     SU 547 063
0707 239
Stables
No. 37, Merriefield. Group of stables remaining after demolition of old house. Built of brick, now painted white, slate roof. Used as garages. Probably C.19.     SU 547 063
0707 240
Church Path
House
No. 1. Two storeys, rendered, tiled roof, sash windows. Entrance porch has two columns.     CA
SU 541 059
0707 245
Cottage
No. 2, Tannery Cottage. Red brick, with some white weather boarding, tiled roof, with hipped gabled dormer window. Roof extends down over brick porch.     SU 541 058
0707 248
House
C.19
No. 4. Two storeys, red brick, with some white rendering. Dated TM 1805. Sash windows to first floor, casement to ground floor.     SU 541 058
0707 249
Cottages (7)
Nos. 5-17. A terrace of seven red brick cottages, with tiled roofs. Each cottage has one sash window to upper floor and one sash window and doorway to ground floor. Plank doors to all houses except No. 15. Entrance to No. 17 at side.     CA
SU 542 058
0707 246
Church Street
House
No. 5. C.18 facade to a timber-framed house, red brick with old tiled roof. Sash windows and doorway with fluted pilasters and pediment.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 540 057
0707 95
House
No. 7. A two-storeyed timber-framed house with old tiled roof. The building was refronted in the C.17 with decorated brick strapwork of Jacobean design. Large central brick stack. Sash windows and two doors. At one time a maltster's house.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 540 057
0707 94
Cottage
No. 9. Two storeys, C.18 brick facade, now painted, tiled roof. Sash windows, and doorway with flat hood.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 540 057
0707 93
Cottage
No. 11. Two storeys and attic, timber-framed with a tiled roof, originally a hall-type building, re-fronted with brick in C.18, now painted. The east elevation has four brick pilasters, with moulded capitals to the lower part, with exposed timber framing above. Casement windows, doorway with flat hood supported by brackets.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 540 057
0707 92
House
C.19
The Vicarage. Two storeys, stuccoed facade, hipped slate roof. Sash windows, centre bay slightly advanced with solid porch, with cornice and pilasters.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 540 057
0707 200
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