Hampshire Treasures

Volume 13 ( Eastleigh)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Castle
C.16
Netley Castle. Originally a Fort built by Henry Vill out of the Abbey materials. Enlarged in C.19. Stone construction with slate roof. Both wings and tower have battlemented parapets. OSA SU NE 3. Ref: VCH Hants 3 (1908) pp.472-77.     P(LB&CA) Act
SAM 233
SU 451 088
2617 02
House
C.19
Bradgate Manor. Former Vicarage of 1863, in Butterfield manner. Two storeys. Very steep tile roof on west front. walling in grey stone with brick quoins, yellow brick dormer surrounds. Tudor style chimneys in yellow brick.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 452 093
2617 16
Cottage
C.19
Netiey Castle, Abbots Lodge. Late C.19 Romantic cottage on two levels, with attic dormer to rear. Red tile roofing, gables with scalloped bargeboards. Massive chimney stack. Stone rubble walling. Porch with gabled roof supported on rustic framework of branches.     P(LB&CA) Act
CA
SU 451 088
2617 17
Grange Road
House
C.18
Netley Grange. Two storey house of stucco on brick construction. Hipped old tile roof with brick, dentil eaves. All windows sash.     P(LB&CA) Act
CA
SU 457 092
2617 15
Church
C.19
Church of St Edward the Confessor. Stone church built by Sedding in 1885-6. In the chapel, on the South side is a C.13 effigy of a knight in Purbeck marble. Ref: Scrapbook compiled by Sir Harry Cricton, founder of the Church.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 453 089
2617 05
Hound Road
House
C.19
Hound Farmhouse. Mid C.19. Two storeys. Hipped slate roof, with eaves. Brick walling, Flemish bond, red brick with blue headers. Sashes in reveals. Wooden portico of two columns in plain Tuscan Order.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 473 087
2617 18
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