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A Grade II Listed Building in Fareham, Hampshire

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Latitude: 50.8619 / 50°51'42"N

Longitude: -1.1861 / 1°11'10"W

OS Eastings: 457375

OS Northings: 107249

OS Grid: SU573072

Mapcode National: GBR 99W.T35

Mapcode Global: FRA 86DT.HQT

Entry Name: Uplands

Listing Date: 22 October 1976

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1232855

English Heritage Legacy ID: 408236

Location: Fareham, Hampshire, PO16

County: Hampshire

Electoral Ward/Division: Fareham North

Built-Up Area: Fareham

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire

Church of England Parish: Fareham Holy Trinity

Church of England Diocese: Portsmouth

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Listing Text

In the entry for:


(west side)

21/336 No 61 (Uplands)


The entry shall be amended to read:

(west side)

21/336 No 61 (Uplands)


House, now old people's home. Circa 1780 for Samuel Jellicoe (great grandfather
of Admiral Jellicoe); extended c.1840 and later C19; C20 alterations. Cream
brick in Flemish bond, the C19 brick pinker; graduated Westmorland slate roof;
rendered stacks. Sashes with glazing bars under cambered gauged brick arches.
2 storeys. Entrance elevation 3:3:1 bays, the 3 left-hand bays C18, the next 3
added c.1840, recessed with added single-storey infill at front, and further
2-storey bay projecting on right (service wing). Original section has: central
rusticated ashlar porch with paired Tuscan columns; entablature; blocking
course; 6-panel double-door of 6 raised and fielded panels under fanlight with
radial glazing bars and outer band of circles; stone steps up to side openings
which have console-bracketed cornices. Flanking windows are round-arched in
round-arched recesses, the sashes having radial glazing bars to heads. A C20
window inserted to right. Corniced lst-floor guilloche sill band. Eaves
string. Probably replacement roof, hipped, with oversailing eaves and wooden
dentils. Corniced stacks. Left return 2 bays, as front, but masked by late C20
single-storey extension which is not of special interest. Garden elevation: 9
bays, the 4 left-hand bays matching the 5 original bays. Ground floor has tall
windows rising from ground with unequally-hung 15-pane sashes, formerly with
shutters, the 3 on left replaced by late C20 canted French windows, the 2 to
bays 5 and 6 within added wood trellised loggia with metal roof and flanked by
bricked-up windows. 1st floor as entrance front. Single-storey l-bay billiard-
room addition on left has large former opening part blocked and with late C20
tripartite sash. Interior: C18 part has vaulted entrance vestibule with later
screen; good curving stair with open string, stick balusters, moulded handrail
and spiral curtail; domed glazed light-well over stair with acanthus frieze at
base; panelling below bedroom windows. Late C18 style stair in service wing,
rising from cellar, has closed string, stick balusters (part boarded up) and
columnar newels. Circa 1840 ballroom has near-complete Gothic-style decoration
including dado, finialled door architraves, panelled doors, window architraves,
eaves band and compartmental ceiling. Billiard-room light-well has Gothic-
traceried frieze. Various decorative C19 fireplaces, panelled doors and cup-


(West Side)
No 61
SU 50 NE 21/336
The original (eastern) portion of this house circa 1780 built by Samuel Jellico
the great grandfather of Admiral Jellicoe. Circa 1840, westward extensions in
some style. Billiard room added later in C19 to west of this. White brick with
enriched stringcourse. Wide bracket eaves cornice and hipped slate roof. 2 storeys.
9 windows with Ventian shutters and glazing bars intact. The entrance front has
porch with coupled Tuscan columns, cornice and parapet. Doorway with semi-circular
fanlight and door of 6 fielded panels, also round headed window on each side of
No 61 (Uplands) and No 67, together with the gate piers at Uplands form a group
with Uplands Cottage, Old Trunpike.

Listing NGR: SU5737707251

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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