Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 99 - Warsash

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Hook Cottage. Formerly the school built in 1856 by William Hornby for the children of Hook Estate. The schoolroom had a second floor inserted making the building into two storeys. The west side of the building is advanced under a gable. Fa‡ade is colourwashed, tiled roof, with both plain and fishscale tiles in bands. Three casement windows with lozenged glazing, dripstone moulding over. Porch in angle of main building and advanced section.     T&CP Act
SU 505 054
0708 53
Hazel Cottage. Originally two cottages, maybe earlier than date shown. Painted brick facade with some timber framing. One and a half storeys with four eyebrow dormers. Casement windows with modern leaded glazing. Thatched roof brought down to low level at each end.     T&CP Act
SU 505 054
0708 11
Little Abshot Road
Great Abshot House. A three-storey house with hipped slate roof, built circa 1800. The north facade, which is painted white, has a semi-circular porch, enclosing a round arched doorway, the door is panelled with semi-circular fanlight. The south fa‡ade is rendered white and has a curved centre bay extending the full height of the building. To the west of the main building is added a later two-storey portion; also some modern brick extensions.     T&CP Act
SU 516 056
0708 05
Great Abshot House. Two-storey building with hipped slate roof, built in red brick. Three window bays, the centre one projects with gable over. Casement windows with segmental heads, on ground floor; first floor windows are round arched, outer two are blank.     T&CP Act
SU 516 057
0708 150
Little Abshot Farmhouse. Two storeys painted brick facade with weather boarding at north end, half-hipped tiled roof with large centre chimney. Five window bays both sash and casement windows. Central wooden porch with scalloped barge-board. North end of house has painted brick outbuilding attached. Formerly three cottages.     T&CP Act
SU 517 056
0708 09
Newton Road
Houses (2)
Nos. 1 and 3. Edwardian cottages of the Warsash House Estate, old tiled gabled roofs with dormer windows. Bay windows.     SU 493 062
0708 38
Hawthorn Cottage. Victorian red brick house, with tiled roof and leaded window panes.     SU 493 062
0708 153
No. 15, Fairlawn, Nos. 17/19 Ann's Cottage, and No. 21 Rose Cottage. A group of Victorian Cottages built at the time when Warsash was expanding industrially. All built of red and blue bricks with sash windows, Rose Cottage has ornamental roof tiles and ridge.     SU 494 061
0708 45
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