Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Houses (7)
Nos. 7-19. Terraced row of small two-storey houses incorporating a former malthouse at No. 13. No. 11 is timber-framed, and the wall between Nos. 11 and 13 contains some C.16 herringbone brickwork. All the houses are brick with tiled roof, No. 13 has a gable containing an attic window. Nos. 7-13 have sash windows, whilst Nos. 15-19 have casement windows. No. 13 has a hoist over the loft door and shuttered window on the first floor, it also has an additional ground floor door and round arched window with shuttered fanlight and Gothic glazing bars. Doorways in moulded architraves with flat hoods on brackets, but reproduction pediment to No. 19. To the rear of the malthouse at No. 13 are the remains of a brick hop dryer.     T&CP Act
SU 541 060
0707 16
No. 2. A two-storey corner building with C.18/19 fa‡ade to timber-framed house, the fa‡ade to East Street is rendered. Old tiled roof with centre chimney. Fa‡ade to Hill Street is jettied out.     T&CP Act
SU 541 059
0707 162
No. 12. One and a half storeys, stuccoed facade, hipped tiled roof with large centre chimney and two hipped dormers. Casement windows with glazing bars, central plank door with small flat hood. Formerly a public house and a shop.     T&CP Act
SU 415 060
0707 163
Peak Lane
Heathfield Hotel. Three storeys, stuccoed, with wide eaves and hipped slate roof. Five window bays, the central bay advanced. Pilasters between first and second floors and connecting bands at eaves and first floor levels, produce a geometric design on facade. Main entrance is advanced with cornice above.     T&CP Act
SU 556 060
0707 154
Posbrook Lane
Great Posbrooke. The house which was altered in C.18 and C.19 consists of two parallel ranges. The north range has exposed timber framing with herringbone brick infill and very large external chimney stack, sash window in gable above, tiled roof. The south facade has gabled centre part flanked by two slightly projecting wings, two and a half storeys with dormer windows in wings and attic window in gable. Sash windows, centre window to gabled part is blank with sundial, large flat hood over doorway. One and a half-storey section to west. Now three dwellings.     T&CP Act
SU 536 050
0707 187
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