Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 74 - Titchfield

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
C.19
Rockstone House. A three-storey building on the corner of East Street and High Street, stuccoed with hipped slate roof. The main facade faces the High Street, three window bays, sash windows with C.19 glazing, centre window on both floors is blank. One window bay to East Street. Ground floor has semi-circular porch with round arched doorway, semi-circular fanlight above panelled door.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 539 059
0707 37
Fishers Hill
Bridge
Stony Bridge, Fishers Hill. A stone bridge, near Titchfield Place, which has two segmental arches. Over the cut-water on the upstream side there is a recess for foot passengers. A date stone is visible in the masonry on the down stream side but this is too worn to be decipherable. According to VCH 'a bridge over the Meon, close to Place House, bears the date 1625'. Ref: VCH Vol 3, p.221.     T&CP Act
SAM 81
SU 543 660
0707 04
Cottages (3)
C.18
No. 1, Anjou Cottage; No. 3, and No 5, Huntsman's Cottage. A terrace of three two-storey cottages. Red brick with grey headers, tile hung first floor. Sash windows, doorways with flat hoods. No. 5 has doorway replaced by window but hood retained, entrance in small single storey extension to side.     T&CP Act
SU 546 064
0703 196
Cottage
C.19
Orchard Cottage. Two storeys, brick built, now rendered and painted white. Dated 1837. Small sash windows, entrance in single-storey lean-to at side.     SU 546 064
0703 257
Building
C.18
Post Office. A two-storey building of red brick with grey headers with stuccoed plinth, old tiled roof. Casement windows, cambered head linings to those on ground floor, C.19 shop window, centre door.     T&CP Act
SU 547 063
0707 195
High Street
House
C.17
The Old Lodge. Two storeys and attic, red brick, the front painted, tiled roof with one hipped dormer. Four windows, one bay and the east end with pilasters. Large modern bay window.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 539 060
0707 38
House
C.20
Old Lodge Cottage. A two-storey red brick cottage with tiled roof. Three casement windows. A medieval reproduction timber-framed carriage archway, built in 1924, abuts the south wall of the cottage.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 539 059
0707 39
Houses (2)
C.18/19
Nos. 5 and 7. A two-storey building with rendered facade and steeply pitched slate roof, chimneys have some Fareham pots. Sash windows and C.1 9 small shop window. Tiled roof to rear with two dormer windows.     T&CP Act
CA
SU 539 059
0707 148
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