Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 95 - Warsash

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Footpath
No. 13. From Dibles Bottom, along-side stream to Warsash Road to Greenaways Lane, still following stream and continuing across meadow, crossing Peters Road to Brook Lane. The old village sheep dip was along the stream, midway between Dibles and Warsash Road.     SU 502 055
0708 97
Footpath
No.28. Hook Village to Fleet End Road, west along gravel road and then north between field and woodland to Fleet End Road.     SU 509 053
0708 160
Bridleway
Fleet End Bottom to Warsash Road, Fleet End.     SU 513 060
0708 84
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
Brook Avenue
Cottage
C.19
Brook Cottage. Could be older than date given. Red brick with blue headers, ornamental roof tiles. Modern weather-boarded extension.     SU 497 071
0708 29
Brook Lane
House
No. 69 Great Brook. Two storeys and attic with three gabled dormers. C.18 red brick facade to older building. Interior has exposed timber framing. Old tile roof half-hipped to south side, carried low over lower part of building, and hipped to north. Four C.18/19 casement windows with glazing bars.     T&CP Act
SU 495 067
0708 01
Farm Building
C.18
Outbuilding attached to north-west end of south barn, Great Brook. Weather-boarded with thatched roof, one door has early wooden latch.     T&CP Act
SU 495 067
0708 140
Barn
C.18
Former barn to south of Great Brook. Weather boarded barn on red and grey brick plinth. Half- hipped thatched roof. Double doors, north facing wagon entrance with hipped thatched roof on brackets. Queen post roof. Modern wooden vents.     T&CP Act
SU 495 067
0708 138
Granary
C.18
To the south-east of No. 69, Great Brook. A rectangular weather-boarded granary on staddle stones, with half-hipped tiled roof.     T&CP Act
SU 495 067
0708 136
Barn
C.18
Former barn to north-east of Great Brook. Red brick with some grey headers. Aisled with half-hipped thatched roof carried low over aisles. Double doors. Hipped thatched wagon entrance on south side. Modern glazed windows inserted in road fa‡ade. Interior has tie-beams, Queen posts and collars. Modern door.     T&CP Act
SU 495 067
0708 137
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