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13-16 High Street

A Grade II* Listed Building in Fareham, Hampshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.8535 / 50°51'12"N

Longitude: -1.174 / 1°10'26"W

OS Eastings: 458241

OS Northings: 106326

OS Grid: SU582063

Mapcode National: GBR 9B2.J03

Mapcode Global: FRA 86FV.8G9

Entry Name: 13-16 High Street

Listing Date: 18 October 1955

Last Amended: 9 December 1997

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1351273

English Heritage Legacy ID: 141599

Location: Fareham, Hampshire, PO16

County: Hampshire

District: Fareham

Town: Fareham

Electoral Ward/Division: Fareham East

Built-Up Area: Fareham

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire

Church of England Parish: Fareham St Peter and St Paul

Church of England Diocese: Portsmouth

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Listing Text

SU 5806 SW
899/1/10016

FAREHAM
HIGH STREET (West side)
Nos.13-16 (consec)

18/10/55

GV
II*
Range of houses with shop premises. Circa 1300, with later alterations and refronted in C18. Timber-framed with vitrefied header bond brick front with red brick dressings; rendered and flint south side. Clay plain tile roof with hipped end. Brick axial and end stacks. PLAN: On left [S] Nos.13 and 14 has circa 1300 2-bay frame; and to its right No.15 has a circa 1300 2-bay cross-wing in the form of a large chamber over a store with a low ceiling; in the rear bay of cross-wing is an C18 staircase serving No.16 [to right] which was amalgamated with No.15. EXTERIOR: 2-storeys and attic. Asymmetrical 2:1:2 window east front of brick with parapets, 2 windows to right with platband over first floor windows. 12 and 16-pane sashes in flush frames, red brick cambered arches and jambs; 3-storey 1-bay centre with rendered arches; ground floor, Nos.15 and 16 have C18 pilastered doorcases with shouldered architraves, panelled reveals and segmental open pediments, No.16 with fielded panel door. Nos.13, 14 and 15 have C20 shop fronts, No.16 has 12-pane sashes. Brick wings at rear. INTERIOR: No.13 and 14 have 2-bay Medieval crown-post roof; No.14 has cavetto-moulded axial beam with large joists, which extend at the front forming a jetty. No.15 has 2-bay circa 1300 cross-wing with low ceiling to ground floor room with large chamfered cross-beam with curved brace at one end and large unchamfered joists; chamber above [now partitioned] has 2-bay king-post roof with arch-braces [missing] to a chamfered cambered tie-beam supporting a tall king-post with long curved under-rafters [or inner principals], raking struts rise from low down on the king-post, across the under-rafters to the principal rafters, supporting side-purlins between the under and principal rafters; one surviving straight longitudinal brace from king-post to ridgepiece [cf. No.42 Chesil Street, Winchester]. A good C18 staircase in rear bay of chamber, rises from hall-passage of No.16, which has good Georgian joinery and tenoned-purlin roof. NOTE: No.15's frame has been dendro-dated, 1280-1312. SOURCE: Roberts, E. Survey Report.


Listing NGR: SU5824006318

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