In Arthur Lunn's interesting little book on Sarsens in Hampshire, specifically around Cove, Farnborough, he makes an interesting statement about a ley line running through Tower Hill, Cove (the book is about the existence of a stone circle on Tower Hill now, unfortunately long gone) The line runs from Hornley Common barrow (just behind Blackdown Lodge on an army barracks and sadly inaccessible) through a recumbant sarsen stone on West Heath (of which I have been unable to find - I wonder if it's been swallowed by the motorway) past Tower Hill and on to Albert Road barrow. The line is very close to mid-summer sunrise and mid-winter sunset.
The barrow is in someone's garden now, but still nicely visible from the road.
In the absence of any other name I can find I’m going to call this the Albert Road Barrow. The Hampshire County Council website says that this bowl barrow is a Scheduled Ancient Monument (number 12158) - grid reference SU 8735 5463 - “Albert Road. Standing in what was formerly the grounds of Belvedere House. Average diameter 30.0 m. and 2.2 m. high with no visible ditch. Thickly overgrown with trees and bushes”