Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 102 - Warsash

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Cottages
Nos. 58, No. 60 and The Watch. Possibly originally one house. No. 58 now faced with stone rubble, two and a half storeys with two dormer windows in the old tile roof. Modern windows and porch. No. 60 and The Watch adjoin No. 58, the house is in two parts, the western bay being part of the structure of No. 58. Two storeys white roughcast facade, old tiled roof. C.19 sash windows, with cambered head linings, central door with added flat hood.     T&CP Act
SU 490 061
0708 24
Cottage
No. 62. C.18 or earlier. Two storeys, white stucco facade, grooved to imitate masonry, old tile roof. Sash windows, two on first floor, four on ground floor, all with segmental arches. Central door.     T&CP Act
SU 490 061
0708 144
Cottages (2)
Nos. 64 and 66. One and a half-storey cottages, the dormers breaking through the eaves. White stucco facade with grooves to imitate masonry. Old tiled roof. Sash windows, paired central doors, with later flat hoods.     T&CP Act
SU 490 061
0708 145
Cottages
Nos. 68, 70 and 72. One building altered C.19 or earlier, built of red brick. Nos 70 and 72 painted. Two storeys, old tiled roof. Nos. 68 and 70 have one modern dormer each. One window bay each, sash windows with late C.19 glazing.     T&CP Act
SU 490 061
0708 146
Building
C.20
Shore House. Large two-storeyed house, now the Royal Thames Yacht Club House. Rendered white, gabled tiled roof. Curved bay windows.     SU 490 061
0708 39
Public House
C.20
The Rising Sun. Large Edwardian building. The Parish Magazine of March 1906 reports that 'the old-fashioned inn by the riverside is being replaced by a handsome modern hotel of considerable size'. The building is of three storeys with two dormer windows high in the roof. The facade is rendered white, elevation facing the river has gabled section to the left and a rounded tower to the right. The doorway is set in a curved arch. Two large windows on the first floor.     SU 490 061
0708 32
Thornton Avenue
Cottage
C.19
Thatched Cottage. A two-storey cottage which was once the Warsash House Estate dairy. Built of stone and brick with a thatched roof.     SU 494 064
0708 143
House
C.20
The Lodge. Edwardian lodge to Warsash House. Tiled gabled roof, bay windows and Venetian-type windows to upper storey.     SU 494 064
0708 40
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