Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

Page 74 - Drayton and Farlington

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Church
St. Andrew's. Complete restoration and enlargement by G.E. Street in 1872-5. Flint structure with smooth stone dressings. The chancel roof rises above that of the nave. The west bell turret with leaded base and tiled steeple. The very tall west lancet is a survival of the original medieval church. The interior has white wall surfaces with Bath stone dressings, and stained glass designed by Street, including a memorial window to his parents who were married in the church in 1815.     SU 685 058
2704 04
House
C.19
Nos. 353 and 355, The Old Rectory. Two storeys, stucco faced. Slight central projection with pediment, and on ground floor a shallow bow with cornice. Low pitch hipped slate roof with over-hanging bracketed eaves. Recessed sash windows with glazing bars. Trellis verandah in front of bow.     SU 686 058
2704 05
London Road, Cosham
Milestone
C.18/19
Large block of Portland stone, original inscription probably worn away as a plaque is now affixed which reads '65 miles to London, 13 from Petersfield, 4 to Portsmouth'.     T&CP Act
SU 657 057
2704 06
Lower Drayton Lane
House
No. 50 The Lodge. A detached two storey house, brick built incorporating a pattern in darker brickwork. Flat-tiled gabled roof brought down very low at the rear of the building. Original sash windows at the front of the house, others modern. Open porch, with a peaked hood, surmounted by cambered arch, panelled wood door.     SU 670 053
2704 22
Solent Road, Drayton
House
C.20
No. 6. Detached house with datestone 1906. Single decorative stone bay, with decorated surrounds to sash windows. Mock Elizabethan chimney.     SU 671 058
2704 33
Farm Buildings
Solent Road Middle School. A group of buildings once part of Solent Farm. Single storey brick buildings with tiled roofs, one mansard, others with gables and gablets. Mostly vertical sash windows, though some vertical and horizontal casements. Plain planked doors with 'Z' shaped reinforcements and one planked half barn-door, most surmounted by flat arches.     SU 676 058
2704 31
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