Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 96 - Warsash

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
No. 29. Originally the model farmstead of Warsash House Estate. Built around three sides of a square. Red brick with pantile roof. Some original stable doors remain.     SU 494 064
0708 65
Little Brook. Two storeys and attic with two dormers. C.18 facade, grey brick with red brick window dressings and quoins, tiled roof. Sash windows with glazing bars, and flat hood over door. One and a half storey crosswing to rear.     T&CP Act
SU 497 070
0708 06
Church Road
St. Mary's. Built right on the boundary of Warsash and Hook in order to serve both places, this was the reason for its originally very isolated position, in the middle of a vast common (The Moor). The church, school, schoolmaster's house and vicarage were all designed by Raphael Brandon and built by Arthur Hornby of the Hook Estate. The church has an angular west front, with bell spirelet over the west gable, tall 'neo-Dec' windows. Inside, tall clerestory and elaborate angel roof. 1950 stained glass east window. Ref: Buildings of England Hampshire and the IOW (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.644.     SU 500 055
0708 51
Hook with Warsash Primary School. Small stone faced building built at the same time as the church. The walls are of square un-coursed rubble with dressed stone quoins, the roof is of plain tiles. The elevation facing the church has pairs of square-headed stone mullioned windows, with stepped buttresses between. A clock is set in a timber-framed dormer. North and south gables each contain a group of three tall stone dressed lancet windows, and the north gable has a bell in a bracketed housing, with a tiled roof. Porches at the north-west and south-west corners, with pointed arched openings.     SU 499 055
0708 158
Little Chilling. Pair of two-storey cottages built in red brick with grey headers. Fishscale tiled roof with central set of four chimney stacks set diagonally. Front facade has two slightly advanced gables, and centre recessed panel. One casement window to each floor, lozenge glazing, with cambered arches over, dripstone moulding to ground floor windows. The doors are set in single-storey side sections, which have walls with curved parapet, ramped down from the eaves and terminating in brick piers which are set higher than the end of the parapet. Door are set in stone Tudor arches with dripstone moulds.     T&CP Act
SU 510 044
0708 56
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