Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 97 - Warsash

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Chilling Lane
Fish House and Solent Court. Originally one farmhouse on the Hook Estate, now divided into two residences. Built before 1856. Two storeys, brick with gabled tiled roof. White quoins and window dressings. Ground floor verandah. Alterations to windows of Solent Court.     SU 509 050
0708 57
Dibles Road
No. 57, The Thatched Cottage. Cob cottage with red brick above eaves. Thatched roof carried out over weather-boarded outshots at each end, vertical boarding. One and a half storeys with four dormers. Casement windows, square bay replaces one door. Wooden porch. Originally two cottages.     T&CP Act
SU 500 061
0708 58
Fleet End Road
Public House
The Jolly Farmer. Two-storey building with incised masonry lines. Hipped slate roof with wide eaves. Five sash windows, one blank on first floor. Two doors symmetrically placed with flat hoods on brackets.     T&CP Act
SU 509 062
0708 114
Greenaways Lane
Nos 1-6. A terrace of six Edwardian two-storey cottages built for workers on the Warsash House Estate. The ground floor is of red brick, the upper floor rendered. Tiled gabled roof with dormer windows. Bay windows.     SU 498 067
0708 36
Havelock Road
Yew Tree Cottage. Formerly two cottages. The older western side is rendered with old tile roof. Two storeys with single storey outshot to side, central door. Later part of house is taller, red brick with slate roof. Sash windows and dormer window where two sections join.     T&CP Act
SU 492 061
0708 66
Nos. 1-3 Warsash Cottages. May be earlier than date shown, originally a row of four cottages, they then became part of the Warsash Lodge Estate, now three cottages. Two storeys built of brick now painted, hipped slate roof.     SU 492 061
0708 43
Hook Lane
The Nook. A two-storey house built of grey bricks with red brick window dressings, quoins, and string course; old tiled roof. Modern casement windows inserted in original window spaces. Panelled door, trellis porch. Single storey outshot to one side of the building and single storey wing to the other side. Once the wheelwright's house and workshop. Ref: A Short History of Warsash (Light) p.31.     T&CP Act
SU 509 053
0708 07
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