Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 103 - Warsash

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Building
The Dovecot. Age of the building is not known but it is mentioned as being part of Warsash House Estate in 1810. Built of stone with an old tiled roof.     SU 493 064
0708 64
Warsash Road
Church
C.19
United Reform Church. Built by Mr C Newbury. Pebbles and flint with white rendered quoins and dressings, slate roof. Inside, choir stalls set in semi-circle around communion table, octagonal pulpit, decorated corbels supporting beams. Mr Newbury was the village builder and wheelwright.     SU 498 062
0708 141
House
C.19
Horseshoe Lodge. Brick with slate roof, cast iron verandah. Regency style house with sash windows and ground-floor verandah, later bay windows. Now a children's home.     SU 505 064
0708 59
Workman's Lane
Cottage
C.19
Beam Cottage. Originally two estate cottages known as Workman Lane Cottages. Built of brick with tiled roof, dormer windows. The roof slopes almost to the ground on either side. Ref: A Short History of Warsash (Light) p.29.     SU 504 044
0708 52
Group E - Street Patterns, Street Furniture and Open Spaces
Open Space
Small area of grassland adjoining the car park, overlooking the shore. Seats have been provided and shrubs planted. Originally part of the Warsash House Estate, some mature trees from the original planting have been retained.     SU 490 063
0708 86
Open Space
Recreation Ground, Osborn Road. An area containing tennis courts, football and cricket ground and play space. Given by the Hornby family in C.19.     SU 497 057
0708 85
Boundary Stones
Newtown Road. Boundary stones to William Hornby's Hook Estate, marked W.H., one opposite the entrance to Pitchponds and one within the garden of The Salterns.     SU 493 055
0708 88
Group F - Historical or Literary Associations
Mounting Block
Warsash Road. The mounting block in the garden of Greenwood was originally at the Church Road end of the drive to the Hook. It was moved to its present location by Thomas Boyes, the blacksmith who moved to the house from the forge.     SU 496 062
0708 87
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