Hampshire Treasures

Volume 12 ( Gosport)

Page 5 - Alverstoke and Rowner

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Grange Lane
Buildings
Middle Barn Cottage, Rowner. Attractive group comprising cottage, barn, walls, green, pond and trees. Forms pleasant contrast with surrounding estate. Appears to be C18.     SU 584 014
1003 05
Howe Road
Farmhouse
C.16
Grange Farm. E-shaped structure, timber framed, brick clad. Different parts of the building certainly date from 16th - 19th centuries and some could be earlier. Probably the Grange of Quarr Abbey. Fishponds to the north (now filled in). Rendered in modern times and converted into four cottages. OSA SU 50 SE 12. Ref: 1. PHFC 18. Ref: 2. VHC (Hants) 2 (1903) p.39. Ref: 3. VCH (Hants) 3 (1908) pp.218-9, 226. Ref: 4. Photographs and Paintings, Old St. Mary's Church, Rowner. Ref: 5. Gosport Records 5.     SMR 38
P(LB&CA) Act
SU 583 003
1003 03
Rowner Lane
Church
C.13
St Mary. Rowner. Restored 1874. Original nave arcade and chancel arch, built of stone from the Isle of Wight. Interesting monuments include C.16 tomb of member of the Brune family. OSA 50 SE16. Ref: 1. Buildings of England (Hants and I of W) pp.490-1 (Pevsner and Lloyd). Ref: 2. Buildings of Portsmouth D.W. Lloyd pp.14, 135. Ref: 3. Rowner Church. M. Hastings 1991. 21st Anniversary Edition. Gosport Society.     SMR 11
P(LB&CA) Act
SU 584 016
1011 03
Stokes Bay Road
Bridge
On former course of River Alver which was diverted c. 1860. formerly led from the grounds of Bay House to the coast road. Ref: 1. Gosport Records 14 p.14. Ref: 2. Portsmouth Paper 30 p.43.     SZ 590 987
1004 77
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