Hampshire Treasures

Volume 13 ( Eastleigh)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Derby Road
Church
C.20
All Saints. Built 1909-10. Nave and chancel with polygonal apse, aisles and wider chapels in neo-perpendicular style. Unusual Baptistry, designed for total immersion and said never to have been used. Donated by principal beneficiary. Conventional fort nearby. Ref: Buildings of England (Hants) (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.199.     SU 453 184
0603 08
Dutton Road
Houses
C.19
Railway Houses. Associated with earlier carriage and wagon works. The first railway house, 'The Elms' demolished 1977.     SU 457 188
0603 17
Grantham Road
Hall
C.19
Parish Hall. Built 1891 as Mission Hall, predecessor of All Saints. Brickwork patterned in red and brown. Slate roof. Gable turret on top. Ref: Buildings of England (Hants) (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.199.     SU 453 186
0603 09
High Street
Hall
C.19
Salvation Army Headquarters. Built 1884. Modern tiled roof. White painted brick. Carving on lintels over windows. Bust of General Booth in gable. (Now converted to Museum).     SU 455 189
0603 14
Leigh Road
Bandstand
C.19
The Park. Built c.1896. Circular building with wrought iron railings. Gas lighting installed 1912.     SU 454 191
0603 10
Granary
C.18
Home Farmhouse. Weather-boarded, raised on staddle stones with hipped gable ends to tiled roof.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 442 193
0607 10A
Farmhouse
C.19
Home Farmhouse. Two storeys. Red brick with grey headers. Hipped slate roof. Casement windows. Doorway in moulded architrave surround with moulded cornice.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 443 193
0607 03
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