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:Anchors:Main Road, Three anchors displayed on a plinth, the largest from a Spanish Ship, another retrieved during salvage operations off the Isle of Wight in 1912, is possibly either from a Danish, Dutch or Swedish ship, the third smallest anchor has no known history.
:Archway:Between stores 18 and 19.
:Bell:Main Road, The Dockyard Muster Bell.
:Building:Admiralty House. By Samuel Wyatt 1784-6, but altered and added to in the C.19. The central, main building is three storeys with single storey wings terminating in pedimented pavilions. Built in yellow brick. Sash windows, those on upper floors with later shutters, and those in pavillion within recessed arches. The central block, is surmounted by an early C.19 octagonal tower, and has a Victorian porch.
:Building:Boiler Shop West, 1771.
:Building:Ministry of Defence Police Officer Victory Gate. Originally buiIt as the porter's lodge in 1708. Two storeys, brick, structure, stuccoed facade. One of the oldest buildings in the yard.
:Building:No. 1 Ship Shop. Brick with stone dressings. End elevations have large arches in rubbed brick, set between piers with projecting cornice. Built in 1896.
:Building:No. 18 store, The Great Ropehouse. Three storey brick building nearly 1,100 ft. long. Built after 1700 when the original brick building was destroyed by fire. In 1776 it was rebuilt again following another fire, this time deliberately laid by Jack Aitken alias Jack the Painter, who was subsequently hanged for his crime. The long line of the building was broken by the construction of two arched passageways, in the early part of this century. Re-fitted as No. 18 Store in 1960.
:Building:No. 19 Store. Formed this century by roofing over the courtyard between the old Hemp House and Hatchelling House both built in 1771. Joined to the Ropehouse by a covered way.
:Building:No. 2 Ship Shop, dated 1849 facing No. 2 Basin. Two storeys, the ground floor storey being taller. Red brick with stone dressings. Twenty five bays in groups of five, with the central one of each group having a stone-edged arch, containing windows, rising through both storeys. All windows on ground floor have round heads, whilst those on upper floor are semi-circular. Built for the construction of steam engines. Ref: Buildings of England, Hampshire and IOW (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.416.
:Building:No. 24 Store, or South West Building. Built in 1782 and later, two storeys 15 bays, central three and end bays projecting, surmounted by pediments. An additional storey added in 1939.
:Building:No. 25 Store, or South East building, built in 1782 and later. The same style as the other stores, and unaltered.
:Building:No. 33 store and E.E.M's Offices. The remains of the two storey north west building of 1783, though now three storeys. Stores Nos. 24, 25 and 33 together with a fourth building formed the two sides of a parade ground.
:Building:No. 6 Boathouse. Built in 1843 originally as a mast house. Three storeys, yellow brick. Three bays, each with a large arched doorway. Sash windows. The interior has massive iron columns supporting iron girders designed to take the heavy loads on the upper floor. The building overlooks the boat pond. Damaged by bombing during World War II.
:Building:Old Naval Academy. Three storeys and nine bays, brick construction with stone dressings. Projecting pedimented wings. Central bay slightly projected, with Doric doorway. Built in 1729-32. Central cupola, octagonal in shape built of timber and lead, added in 1808. Originally built as the Royal Naval College from 1808, it was used as the School of Navigation from 1906-41 and is now the Staff Officers Mess. The building was damaged in World War II.
:Building:Old Police Cells. Two storey red brick building containing old detention cells complete with spy-holes in the doors and baroque ornamented lavatories.
:Building:Pumping Station. Brick built, round windows set within square recesses, the large chimney bears an allusion to a Doric column.
:Building:Ship Maintenance Authority Offices, by Edmund Hall, 1815-17. Built originally as the School of Naval Architecture. Two storeys, yellow brick and stone. 17 bays, central three and the two at either end projecting slightly. Ground floor windows of projecting bays within recessed arches. Pediment over central bays. Doric porch.
:Building:South Office Block. Originally two blocks, the western half built in 1786 as offices and the eastern half built in 1788 as storerooms. Two storeys brick built with stone dressings, large closely spaced windows, and pediment over the central bays. A three storey portion with a central rusticated archway was built in 1840 to link the two original buildings.
:Building:The Block Mills and stores 35 and 36, 1802-6. Two three-storey brick timber-framed buildings joined by single storey bay. Built over a reservoir which had been bricked over by Sir Samuel Bentham in 1800. The Block Mills housed Marc Brunel's block making machinery, some of which has now been set up on the Science Museum, London, and some at Southsea Castle.
:Building:The Fire Station. Iron framed structure, built to hold a high-level water tank, replacing an earlier timber framed building. Originally open but now totally enclosed, though leaving the iron framework exposed. The water-tank was removed in 1950.
:Building:The Iron Foundry, built 1854. Three storeys. Brick with stone dressings. Eleven bays with round headed windows, on each floor. Large stone framed arches in two of the bays.
:Building:The North Office Block. Built as Old Smithy, 1800.
:Buildings:Nos. 15, 16, and 17 Stores. Red and grey brick construction with red tile roofs. Remaining three of a group of four stores, No. 14 store having been totally destroyed by bombing. No. 15 store was built in 1771 and modernised after bomb damage. No. 16 store, has 'GR 1771' worked in darker bricks on the end wall, was also damaged and modernised. No. 17, built in 1778 has also been modernised.
:Buildings:Nos. 5 and 7 Boathouses. Timber framed and boarded, built in 1882 and 1875, they extend over the mast pond on cast iron piles.
:Buildings:Nos. 9, 10 and 11 Stores. Built 1782 (No. 9), 1777 (No. 10), 1763 (No. 11), red brick, three storeys, pediment over central bay of each store. Part of the route for visitors to HMS Victory passes through a collonade on ground floor of Nos. 9 and 10 stores.
:Canopy:Iron railway waiting shelter dating from 1897.
:Church:St. Ann's Church. Plain red brick construction, with five round-headed windows in two tiers and a recessed window bay at north east end. The south west end damaged during the war and restored in 1955 with reconstructed cupola over pedimented gable end. Interior has ceiling rose with fluting and leaf patterns. Above chancel arch is stucco moulding of swagged curtain with urns. The design is said to be by Admiralty Surveyor John Marquand built in 1785-6, though Thomas Telford who was working in the dockyard at this time may have been involved.
:Docks:No. 1 Dock, reconstructed and enlarged from the original Great Ship Basin of 1698, by Sir Samuel Bentham in 1795-1802. No. 2 Dock, built in 1802, now contains HMS Victory. Nos. 3 and 4 Docks, stone built in 1803, opening off of Great Ship Basin. No. 5 is on or near the site of the Great Stone Dock. No. 6 Dock on the site of earlier dock but dates from 1801.
:Figurehead:Main Road. From HMS Benbow, a third rate line of battle ship, removed when the ship was sold in 1894.
:Flagstaff:Main Road. The Great Flagstaff, surmounted by a running fox.
:Gateway and Wall:Victory Gate and Dockyard Wall. Piers of Portland stone surmounted by gilded spheres, originally 12ft. apart with a wrought iron arch, but one pier was moved in 1942, to facilitate the passage of landing craft. The brick wall is nearly three quarters of a mile long.
:Gateway:Lion Gate. Originally erected in 1778 as one of Portsea Town Gates. Stone built with large central archway flanked by smaller arches. Central archway flanked by double pilasters of alternate rock-faced masonry. Pediment contains sculptured lion. Now incorporated as part of Semaphore Tower built in 1929.
:Gateway:Unicorn Gate. Entrance from Unicorn Road. One of two original Portsea Gateways, built circa 1778, taken down and rebuilt as the Dockyard entrance in 1865. Constructed of Portland Stone, the arch is rusticated and keystoned. Double plain pilasters either side of main arch, surmounted by pediment containing a representation of a unicorn. The small footway arches let into the concave descending walls either side of the main arch are flanked by pilasters with ball finials.
:Gun:Old Naval Academy. Cannon on the front lawn.
:Guns:Dockside, from HMS Victory.
:Houses (6):Short Row. A terrace of houses designed by Thomas Telford. Three storeys brick built. White-painted timber porches with semi-circular fanlights. Built in 1787.
:Houses (9):Long Row or The Parade. Terrace of three storey houses, built in 1717. Red brick construction, faced in stucco in early C.1 9. The southernmost house was enclarged in 1832 as a residence for the Admiral Superintendent. Recessed sash windows and large entrance porch to each house approached by a flight of five steps.
:Lamp Standards:Short Row, two cast iron period lampstandards, date unknown.
:Lamp Standards:The Parade, three cast iron period lampstandards, dated 1845.
:Memorial:To Captain Robert Falcon Scott. On a granite plinth, bronze figure of Captain Scott with a dog, modelled by his widow. Damaged during the war but restored in 1968.
:Ship:HMS Victory, Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar 1805. Victory was designed by Sir Thomas Slade and built at Chatham, she was launched in 1765, her keel is of elm and her hull built of oak. She was a first rate ship of the line, and carried 104 guns on three decks, she displaced 3,500 tons. Victory was renowned for being unusually fast under sail, and her great masts rising to 200 feet gave her added advantage as a flagship. The ship was refitted after Trafalgar and re-commissioned in 1808 eventually being anchored in Portsmouth Harbour in 1816. She remained afloat until 1922 when she was permantently dry-berthed in No. 2 dock, restoration work has continued since then. Victory is the longest serving ship in the world, she is still commissioned as the flagship of The Commander-in-Chief, Naval Home Command. Ref: Explore Hampshire (Holder) p.58.
:Statue:King William III. Presentedto principal officers of the yard in 1718 by Colonel Richard Norton. It originally stood in the middle of the Great Parade Ground. Depicts the King as a Roman Emperor. Restored in 1967.
:Wall:Extended dockyard wall. Adjoins Flathouse Road, Landport, now mostly within recent naval base extension. Purbeck stone regularly interspaced with brick, topped with semi-circular bricks. Small semi-circular defensive emplacements at regular intervals, with rifle slits. Built 1865.
:lcehouse:No. 9 The Parade, Spithead House. The garden includes a part of the original Commissioner's Garden, the icehouse is in a tree covered mound, dated circa 1840. The ice was brought from the Baltic each spring. The icehouse was used as an air raid shelter during the war.
SU032198:Earthwork:Martin Down. Bokerley Dyke. A defensive work. Bears a close resemblance to Grim's Ditch but is of modest dimensions in this area, until it reaches Blagdon Hill.
SU032199:Ancient Trackway:South east of Vernditch Chase. Section of Dorchester to Old Sarum Roman Road.
SU035204:Long Barrow:135 yds. north of the Roman road, on the Hants/ Wilts border. 38 m. long by 24 m. wide. Ditch visible on west side with only vague traces on the east side. O.S.A. No. SU02 SW34.
SU036197:Celtic Field Boundary Lines:North east of Bokerley Gap. Ditch 10.0 m. in width. Only 300 m. now survive. O.S.A. No. SU01 NW78.
SU036203:Ancient Trackway:South west of Vernditch Chase. Roman Road crossing Martin Down.
SU038199:Bowl Barrows (2):East of Bokerley Junction. A - 9 m. diameter, 0.5 m. high. B - 17 m. diameter, 1 m. high, partially ploughed down. No evidence of ditches. O.S.A. No. SU01 NW5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU041201:Pottery:Found in a pit west of Martin Down Camp. Finds include: Samian and Romano-British ware, flints and animal remains. A Romano-British door key was also discovered; many have been found in this district. O.S.A. No. SU02 SW33.
SU041208:Earthwork:Martin Down. Grim's Ditch. From the Wiltshire to Dorset borders. Bank and ditch feature.
SU043200:Enclosure:Martin Down Camp (known locally as 'Church Hey'). Sub-rectangular enclosure surrounded by a single ditch and low bank. Partially destroyed due to ploughing. Evidence of later Romano-British occupation. O.S.A. No. SU02 SW30. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p. 142.
SU045192:Celtic Fields (Site):East of Bokerley Farm, Martin Down. A few vague lynchets remain but mainly ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU01 NW4. Ref: Wessex from the Air, 1928, (Crawford), p. 230.
SU046214:Pottery:Found north west of Coote Arms Inn, 1939. Within a few yards of the Dorchester to Old Sarum Roman road. O.S.A. No. SU02 Sw32. Ref: Accession Book - Salisbury Museum.
SU050190:Tumulus:West of Hancock's Farm. 8.5 m. diameter 0.3 m. high. Now covered by uncultivated downland. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE1. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU051220:Earthwork:From Old Lodge Copse to Toyd Clump. Grim's Ditch.
SU055181:Bowl Barrows (2):North of Blagdon Hill. A - 19.0 m. diameter 1.5 m. high. Ditched. B - 18.0 m. diameter 1.9 m. high. Ditched. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU056186:Site of Ecological Interest:Martin Down. Chalk grassland site. Variety of grassland and chalk heath types, together with chalk scrub. Centred on grid reference. Now a National Nature Reserve.
SU057181:Bowl Barrow:North east of Blagdon Farm. 16.0 m. in diameter and up to 0.8 m. high. Hollow depression in the centre. Surrounding ditch. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU057181:Bowl Barrow:North east of Blagdon Farm. 17.0 m. diameter 0.9 m. high. Surrounding ditch. Hollow depression in centre. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE9. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU060184:Bowl Barrow:Martin Down. 14 m. in diameter and 1.2 m high. Slight ditch. Site overgrown. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU063180:Site of Ecological Interest:Tidpit Down. Chalk grassland site which extends over two ridges and an intervening combe. Centred on grid reference.
SU063183:Bowl Barrows (2):Martin Down. A - 13 m. in diameter and 1.3 m. high with a surrounding ditch. B - 9 m. in diameter and 0.7 m. high. Both have a hollow depression in the centre. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU063206:Long Barrow (Remains):Long Barrow Lane. Very mutilated, no regular shape. Varies from 37 m. to 40 m. long and is approximately 9 m. wide. Much overgrown. O.S.A. No. SU02 SE23.
SU064181:Long Barrow:Tidpit Common Down. 30 m. long and 20 m. wide with a height of 1 m. No visible side ditches. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE12. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), pp. 195, 203.
SU064184:Bowl Barrow:Martin Down. 19 m. diameter and 2 m. high. No ditch visible. Site overgrown. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU064205:Crop Mark:North west of St. Bride's Farm. Forms a single ditched roughly oval enclosure. reaches Blagdon Hill.
SU065198:Cottage:Anvil. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Brick and flint walls. Wooden casements. 3-window front. Restored.
SU067181:Earthwork:Tidpit Down. Grim's Ditch. Whole earthwork encloses an area of 16 square miles. Probably delimits the holding of a large ranch of the Bronze Age. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. & I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p.330.
SU067196:Farmhouse:Lime Trees. 2 storeys. Slate roof with brick chimney stacks. Sash windows. 3-window front.
SU067197:Farmhouse:Read's Farm. 2 storeys. Tiled roof with brick chimney stacks. Brick structure.
SU067197:House:The Manor House, previously called Dennett's Farm. The present building represents the remaining portion of a much larger house, and has walls of chalk and flint restored with later brickwork. Tiled roof. 2 storeys with stone mullioned windows. Wooden casements, some with leaded lights. 4-window front. Brick chimney stacks. O.S.A. No. SU 01 NE 2. Ref: A History of Martin, 1954, (Lane-Poole).
SU068194:Cottage:Sweetapples. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Colour- washed flint and brick walls. Wood casements. 4-window front.
SU068195:Cottage:Lavender Cottage. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Timber-framed structure with brick infilling. Wooden casements.
SU068195:Cottage:Martin Cross. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Plastered walls. Wooden casements. 4-window front.
SU068195:Cottage:Pilgrim's. Timber-framed structure with brick infilling. Herring-bone brick panels. Wood casements. 3-window front.
SU068195:Cottage:Rose Cottage. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with end brick chimney stacks. Plastered brick and flint structure. Wood casements. 4-window front.
SU068195:Cottage:Sweetapple. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Plastered walls. Wooden casements. 3-window front. Brick chimney stack situated at each end of roof.
SU068195:Cottage:The Priest's House. 2 storeys and attic. Thatched roof. Stone and flint structure. Stone mullioned windows and wood casements with leaded lights. Oak framed doorway. 2-window front.
SU068195:Farmhouse:Damer's Farm. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with end brick stacks. Brick and flint structure. Wood casements. 2-window front.
SU068195:Manual Pump:Village Green. Iron frame with a cranked spindle through it. One end of the spindle has a handle the other a heavy flywheel with a handle attached. The pump is worked with the crank in the spindle. In 1921 this pump was the only source for the farmers to get water for their stock, also used by householders.
SU068195:Village Cross (Remains):Village Green, 1.0 m square plain base of stone. O.S.A. No. SU 01 NE 3.
SU068196:Cottage:Bennetts. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick and flint structure. Thatched roof. Central brick chimney. Eleven casement windows first floor, ten ground floor. Open front porch on wood pillars, thatched with half-boarded sides. Wooden panelled door. Modern 2-storey extensions to the south east and north west, latter extension is set back from original building line and extends beyond cottage to north east. Half-glazed wooden door.
SU068196:Farmhouse:Garrett's. 2-storeys. Tiled roof and brick chimney stacks, one with 1739 date panel initialled R.I.N. 3-window front. Brew house at south end. Two barns on staddle stones in grounds.
SU068196:Farmhouse:William's. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Brick structure. Sash windows with projecting key stones. 3-window front. Flat bracketted hood to door.
SU068219:Bowl Barrow:West of Furze Down. 23 m. diameter and 1 m. high. Ditch almost completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU02 SE18.
SU069180:Ancient Village (Site):Tidpit Down. 120 m. by 90 m. bounded by a bank with an outer ditch. A large amount of Romano-British pottery was found within the enclosure. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE15.
SU069194:Cottage:Simmy's Cottage. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Timber-framed structure with flint and brick infilling. Wooden casement windows.
SU069194:Cottage:Ye Olde Cottage. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Flint, brick and cob structure. Wood casements. Corbelled window with wood mullions. Dated 1653.
SU069194:Farmhouse:Harris'. 1 storey. Tiled roof. Timber-framed with brick and flint. Wooden casements.
SU069194:Tree:Adjoining All Saints Church. A single yew standing in the grounds.
SU069195:House:Hart House. Originally a pair of cottages. 2 storeys. Rubble and ashlar structure. Tiled roof with brick and stone chimney stacks. Wood casements with some leaded lights. 5-window front. Extensively remodelled circa. 1962.
SU070194:Farmhouse:The Old Farm House. 2 storeys. Tiled roof with brick chimney stacks. Formerly thatched. Brick and cob structure. Wood casements.
SU070195:Church:All Saints. Ashlar, stone and flint structure. Tiled roof. Original Norman,tower raised and surmounted by a tall steeple in 1787. Stone mullion windows with minor stain glass edging. Nave has one Norman and one Gothic arch with stone mullion windows and decorated lights. Northern aisle has one Norman and one Gothic arch with stone mullion windows and varied decorated lights, incorporating fragments of mediaeval stained glass with unglazed squint into chancel. South transept has one Norman arch and varied stone mullion windows with decorated lights. Chancel incorporates three Gothic arches with stone mullion windows and various decorated stained glass lights. Porch of stone structure with hipped tiled roof over boarded doorway. Ref: Damerham and Martin, (Lane-Poole), p.126.
SU075188:Mediaeval Church (Site):South west of Hancock's Farm. Designated a church until 1525, then called a chapel. Site is now within a cultivated field. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE5. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.594.
SU075191:Cottage:Tidpit. 1-storey plus attic. Brick and flint structure, part colourwashed. Thatched roof. Thatch sweeps down to form porch to symmetrically placed door. Three bays. To the left a casement window and eyebrow dormer, to the right a single casement window.
SU077177:Settlement (Site):Blackheath Down. Now barely visible due to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SUO1 NE13.
SU077189:Cottage:Allendale, Tidpit. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Brick band at first floor level. Ground floor with door under simple wooden porch. Four bay windows. Doorway flanked by a single and two wooden casements. First floor three wooden casements, with the bay windows situated over the doorway.
SU077189:Wall:Damerham Road. Thatched capping to wall, 29 yds. long and 10 ft. high. Boundary wall to garden of cottage next to Folliot's Farm, Tidpit.
SU078218:Long Barrow:Furze Down. 178 ft. long and 80 ft. wide with a height of less than 3 ft. Flanking ditches approximately 30 ft. wide. O.S.A. No. SU02 SE21. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.202.
SU079158:Sarsen Stone No. 21A:West of Kingland Copse. One example of a sandstone boulder dating from prehistoric times. Often used in olden days for religious purposes, also served as boundary marks in ancient fields. Ref: 1. The Kennet Valley Sarsen Industry, Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine No. 63, 1968, pp.83-93. Ref: 2. Hampshire Field Club Newsletter, Vol. 2, Nos. 9 & 10, 1975, (Gallup), pp.116-118.
SU079220:Implement:Found north east of Furze Down. Perforated pebble hammer. Retained by Salisbury Museum. O.S.A. No. SUO2 SE37.
SU079222:Implement:Found north east of Furze Down, 1940. Pebble hammer with an hourglass perforation. Retained by Salisbury Museum. O.S.A. No. SU02 SE19.
SU082176:Enclosure:Soldiers Ring'. Sited on crest in an area of Celtic fields. Probable Romano-British cattle enclosure. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE25.
SU085166:Field System:North East of Boulsbury Farm. O.S.A. No. SUO1 NE24.
SU085189:Crop Mark:South east of Windmill Hill. Western end of single ditched rectangular enclosure with rounded corners. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE39.
SU085200:Bowl Barrow:South south west of Toyd Farm. 19.0 m. in diameter and 1.5 m. high. Slight depression in centre. No ditch. O.S.A. No. SU02 SE26. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU086201:Bowl Barrow:South of Toyd Farm. 12 m. in diameter and 1.2 m. high. No ditch visible. O.S.A. No. SU02 SE25. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU088191:Bowl Barrows (4):Knoll Down. Centred on grid reference. A - 19m. diameter 2.1 m. high, ditch ploughed out. B - 17m. diameter 1.5m. high. C - 16m. diameter 0.6m. high. D - 11m. diameter 1.0m. high, mutilated by fencing. Traces of a fifth mound. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE20. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.356.
SU088198:Long Barrow:Knap Barrow' Toyd Down, Tidpit. Longest barrow in Hampshire. 95 m. long and varies in width from 12 m. to 16 m. Grass covered and easily locatable. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE18. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), pp.37, 203.
SU089205:Sarsen Stone No. 47A:County boundary - ancient track junction. One example of sandstone boulders dating from prehistoric times, which were often used in olden days for religious purposes and also served as boundary marks in ancient fields. Ref: 1. The Kennet Valley Sarsen Industry, Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine 63, 1968, pp.83-93. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 2, Nos. 9 and 10, p.116.
SU090187:Bowl Barrow:East of Bokerley Dyke Plantation. 13.5m. in diameter and 1.3 m. high. Much mutilated. O.S.A. No. SUO1 NE21. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU090188:Earthwork:Grim's Ditch. Whole earthwork encloses an area of sixteen square miles. Probably delimits the holding of a large ranch of the Bronze Age. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevnser and Lloyd), p.330.
SU090196:Enclosure:East of Toyd Down. Crop mark of a large, single-ditched oval enclosure. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE40.
SU090198:Long Barrow:Grans Barrow', east of Toyd Down. 63 m long and 17 m wide. No trace of side ditches. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE19. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, (Grinsell), pt 1, p.37; pt 2, p.203. Ref: 2. Field Archaeology in Hampshire, 1918, (Williams Freeman), p.182.
SU091165:Crop Mark:North east of Kingland Copse. Possibly a hill fort. Not visible from the ground.
SU091198:Pottery:Potsherds from rabbit scrapes. Found in Grim's Ditch in corner of Bokerley Dyke Plantation. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE23.
SU092188:Barrow (Site):Bokerley Dyke Plantation. No trace remains. O.S.A. No. SUO1 NE22. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 356.
SU094149:Crop Marks:South east of Stapleton Farm. Enclosed a sand pit, but all other marks have been ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU01 SE35.
SU098185:Probable Cross Ridge:Damerham Knoll, 50m. west of Knoll Camp. Comprises a shallow ditch with fragmentary remains of a bank on the west side. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE30.
SU098186:Earthwork:Knoll Camp. Hill fort. Covers about 4 acres. Single bank and ditch. Partially in woodland and very overgrown. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE26.
SU099185:Earthwork:Knoll Camp. Early hill fort. Circular earthwork containing about four acres. Ditch with inner rampart and traces of counter scarp bank. O.S.A. No. SU01 NE26. Ref: Field Archaeology in Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), p.400.
SU099204:Beaker (Part):South east of Toyd Farm. Fragmentary remains found accompanying a crouched inhumation, 1949. O.S.A. No. SU02 SE31.
SU099214:Bowl Barrow:Rockbourne Down. 12.0 m in diameter and 0.2 m high. Surrounding ditch. Subject to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU02 SE27. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.35.
SU100168:River Valley:Allen River Valley. A former catchment watermeadow with an interesting flora.
SU101221:Long Barrow:North west of Tenantry Farm. 60 m long and up to 22 m wide. Flanking ditches. Subject to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW31. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p.p. 10. 202.
SU101::Old Channel Hill Farmhouse.
SU102::Channel Hill Farm House, formerly Back Lane
SU102::North End Farm House.
SU103149:Viewing Point:Top of Ashridge Hill.
SU103205:Enclosure:North of 'Duck's Nest' long barrow. Oval shaped with slightly flattened sides. Pottery and flints found in the area. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW45. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 15, 1941-3, pp.53-55.
SU104159:Trees:Belt of trees southeast of Greenbank Farm, Lower Daggons Road. Compasses Hotel.
SU105161:Tree:Three-stemmed Lawson cypress in car park.
SU105202:Bowl Barrow:North east of Down Farm. 17 m in diameter. Now a vague mound due to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW34. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.354.
SU105204:Long Barrow:Duck's Nest', north east of Down Farm. Thickly overgrown, therefore accurate measurements difficult; about 47 m long and 29 m wide. Deep ditch on west side and a shallower one on the east O.S.A. No. SU12 SW35. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, (Grinsell), pt 1, p.37; pt. 2, p.203. Ref: 2. Field Archaeology in Hampshire, 1918, (Williams Freeman), p.81.
SU105210:Bowl Barrows (4):South of Tenantry Farm. Now vague mounds due to plouging. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW38. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU105::Old Vicarage.
SU105::The Terrace.
SU106207:Barrows (7):South-south east of Tenantry Farm. Heavily mutilated by ploughing. Two are now just vague mounds, the other five are visible as circular patches of chalk. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW36. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU106209:Bowl Barrow (6) (Sites):West of Northayes Farm. Reduced by ploughing to vague mounds under stubble. Fragment of an urn and a crouched inhumation found, probably earlier than 1600 BC. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.p. 220-1, 357. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 16, 1944-6, p.p. 156-162.
SU106216:Enclosure:Spring Pond. Classical site of late Roman downland stock farms. Covers 96 acres. Three corn drying ovens, pottery, coins and animal bones were found. Site virtually ploughed out. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW39.
SU107158:Sarsen Stone:Churchyard of St. George. On the south east face of the stone a circle of 0.5m. diameter is incised, containing a plain incised cross. Circle and cross are cut about 1 in. deep. Possibly marked the Manor boundary at one time. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW6.
SU107228:Bowl Barrow:Black Hill - on parish boundary. 18 yds. diameter and 4 ft. high. Much mutilated in an area of scrubland. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW33. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.354.
SU107228:Bowl Barrow:Whitsbury Down. on parish boundary with Rockbourne. 16.45 m diameter and 1.21 m high. Very mutilated and now covered by a hedge and bushes. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW33. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p.354.
SU107::St. George.
SU108208:Bowl Barrow:West of Northayes Farm. 19.5 m in diameter and 1.9 m high. No trace of a surrounding ditch. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW43. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU108218:Barrows (2):North east of Tenantry Farm. Pot, and flint arrowhead, found during excavations in 1911. Sites completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW44. Ref: Excavations on Rockbourne Down, Hants, 1914, (Sumner), p.14, 18.
SU109079:Mound:North east of Ebblake Bridge. Natural mound of sand with a thin layer of topsoil. Once believed to be a barrow. O.S.A. No.SU10 NW5. Ref: Enclosure map of Harbridge, 1869, in County Archives, Winchester.
SU110206:Crop Marks:South east of Tenantry Farm. At least four ring ditches are visible. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW28.
SU110::Court Farm House.
SU110::Court Farm.
SU111102:Bowl Barrows (5):Plumley Wood. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW16. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 358.
SU111210:Enclosure:East of Northayes Farm. Crop mark of almost square, single ditched enclosure. Visible on aerial photographs. O.S.A. No. SU01 NW38.
SU112065:Bowl Barrow:Ringwood Forest. 13.5 m diameter and 1.8 m high. O.S.A. No. SU10 NW2.
SU112085:Barrow (Site):Site is now covered by a modern reservoir and its banks. Barrow is shown on enclosure map of Harbridge 1868 in the County Archives at Winchester. O.S.A. No. SU10 NW1. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.359.
SU112184:House:West Hayes. 2 storeys with slate roof. Parts of the original C.17 structure still evident, but mainly C.19.
SU112184:Inn:The Rose and Thistle. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Plasteredwalls. 4-windowfront. Woodencase- ments. Group value.
SU112227:Long Barrow:Whitsbury Down. 60 m long and 30 m wide. Surrounded by a ditch. In exceptionally good condition. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW30. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, pp.10, 102.
SU113069:Bowl Barrows (3):Ringwood Forest. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU10 NW2. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 359. Ref: 2. Aps CPE/UK/1749/3254. 21.9.46.
SU113182:Cottage:Appletree Cottage. 2 storeys. Tiled roof. Brick structure. Wooden casements. Group value.
SU113182:Cottage:Brook Cottage. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Wooden casements. Group value.
SU113182:Cottage:Woodbine Cottage. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with end brick chimney stacks. Brick structure. Wooden casements. Group value.
SU113183:Cottage:Cruck Cottage. Single storey and attic. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Wooden casements with leaded lights. An important cruck cottage of three bays. The two western bays are of curck construction. The eastern bay (next to road) is of later, probably C.17, box frame construction, perhaps contemporary with present chimney, and flooring over two bays. Ref: A Catalogue of Cruck Buildings, 1980, (Alcock).
SU113183:Cottage:Mellow Thatch. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Plastered walls. Group value.
SU113183:Cottage:Primrose Cottage. 2storeys. Thatched-roof, Colourwashed cement rendered structure. Lattice casements. Thatched, wooden, weatherboarded porch. Group value.
SU113183:House:Three Ways. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Wooden casements. Group value.
SU113184:Cottage:Penny's Cottage. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Cruck at north end, with box-frame additions at south end. Ref: A Catalogue of Cruck Buildings, 1980, (Alcock).
SU113184:Cottage:Trentham Cottage. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Wooden casements. Group value.
SU114179:Cottage:South of Priory Farm. Thatch roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Originally a C.17 barn, converted to a dwelling in 1980.
SU114179:House:The Priory. 2 storeys. Tiled roof. Colourwashed brick structure with some flint. Partly weather- boarded. Irregular and picturesque elevation.
SU114180:Cottage:Shearings. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Timber- framed, brick structure. Wooden casements, some with leaded lights. Group value.
SU114180:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Group value.
SU114181:Cottage:Charities. 2 storeys. Slate roof, brick structure. Originally village shop, with bakery at rear. Existing photograph shows licensed to sell tobacco and snuff.
SU114181:Cottage:Old Timbers. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Wooden casements. Group value.
SU114181:Cottages (2):The Farm and former Malthouse. 2 storeys. Thatched roofs. Plastered walls and casement windows. Group value.
SU114182:Cottages:Staddlestones. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Wooden casements with leaded lights. One panelled door. Completely rebuilt C.20 retaining C.17 timber in places.
SU114182:House:The Rectory. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Brick structure. 5-window front. Sash windows. Portico porch with Doric columns and closed sides.
SU115176:Lodges:Entrance to West Park. Single storey with slate roof. Brick structure with rendered surface.
SU115177:House:Hendley Cottage. 3 storeys. Slate roof. Ground floor C.17 with C.18 brickwork and C.20 additions. Central chimney stack. First and second floors tile-hung and weatherboarded. Two date stones 1626 and 1726. Records show that in the C.17 this was a weavers cottage.
SU115178:Cottage:The Cottage. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Brick structure C.18 windows and portico. Mainly C.18 with C.19 additions. Originally a small cottage, home of the village carpenter.
SU115179:House:Mintey's Farm. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Brick structure with a colour-washed front. Group value.
SU115180:Barn/Stable:Village Street. Timber-framed construction with three bays. Half-hipped thatched roof. Square panelled, exposed framing two panels high with arched-braced main posts. Inserted brick nogging. Boarded stable and loft doors. At end weather-boarded extension with thatched roof.
SU115180:Chapel:Baptist Chapel, originally Methodist. Slate roof. Brick structure.
SU115180:Cottage:Jade Cottage. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Brick structure. Wooden casements with leaded lights. Group value.
SU115182:Cottage:Glebe Cottage. Thatched roof. Dormer windows. 2 storeys, with original cruck timbers at east end, with brick infilling. Remainder modern brick walls with some re-used timbers. Ref: A Catalogue of Cruck Buildings, 1980, (Alcock).
SU115183:Barn:East of Manor House. Formerly a chapel. West portion once had 2 storeys. Flint and rubble structure with ashlar dressings. Slate roof of later date. A chancel railing to roof at east. Cinquefoil arched doorway. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW9.
SU115183:Barn:North of Manor House. Tiled roof. Flint structure with ashlar dressings. Open on north side with plain wood supports. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.p. 581-2. Ref: 2. Archaeological Journal Vol. 5.
SU115183:Barn:North of former chapel, Manor House. North end has 2 storeys, probably once a dwelling. Rubble walls with ashlar dressings and later brick repairs. Tiled roof, partly covered by corrugated iron. Large barn with two waggon porches. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW9.
SU115183:Building (Ruin):East of Manor House. Flint and rubble walls. Some remains of stone mullioned windows. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW9.
SU115183:Church:St. Andrew. Fiint structure. Tiled roof. Timber and wood tiled belfry. Originally cruciform. C. 11 saxon north door (remains) and north transept arch. Church enlarged in the C.13, C.16 and C.17. Wagon roof in nave. C.14 Chantry Chapel. Chancel restored C.19. Church restored 1893, the church contains memorials to the Coote family. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner-Lloyd), p.476.
SU115183:House:Manor House. Now a group of buildings. Once a large establishment. Present house is mainly C.14 with a front range of C.17 and later. The waIIs are partly rubble with ashlar dressings, partly flint and brick. 2 storeys. Stone-mullioned windows with wooden casements. The group also includes a small C.14 house and a C.14 barn. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW9. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevnser & Lloyd), p.477. Ref: 2. V.C.H. Vol. 4, (Moger & Powell), pp.581-2.
SU116178:House:The Dial House. Tiled roof. Structure part brick and flint, part brick. Central chimney stack. Originally the parochial school in C.19, before the building of the present village school.
SU116183:Earthwork:East of St. Andrew's Church. Long bank flanked by side ditches. Grass covered with footpath running along crest of bank. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW4.
SU117163:Monument:West Park. Erected 1827. Stone circular column on square plinth with internal stair to platform at summit. Partly to commemorate Sir Eyre Coote who died 1783.
SU118172:Cottage:Marsh Cottages. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Chalk walls, rendered and white-washed.
SU118172:House:Staddles. 2 storeys. Tiled roof. East gable end box-framed with brick infilling. Remainder of structure brick, dormer windows, central chimney stack.
SU119169:Sarsen Stone No. 58A:Room 31, of Roman villa. One example of sandstone boulders dating from prehistoric times, which were often used in olden days for religious purposes and also served as boundary marks in ancient fields. Ref: 1. The Kennet Valley Sarsen Industry. Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine 63. 1968. pp.83-93. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 2, Nos. 9 & 10, p.116.
SU120106:Implement:Plumley Wood, north of North Plumley Farm. A polished flint celt axe. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW17.
SU120152:Flanged Bronze Axe:Crescentic, with well-beaten flanges and an incipient stopridge. Probably found in clay pits located at eastern extremity of lower Court Wood. Exhibited at the Pitts-Rivers Museum. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW13.
SU120170:Villa (Site):West Part. Over seventy rooms belonging to the villa complex have been excavated since the 1950s, several with mosaic floors, and many with hypocausts - the early form of central heating. The span of the occupation of the villa, suggested by the archaeological evidence, is that of the Roman Govenorship of this country, i.e. from the first to the fifth centuries A.D. An important collection of finds from the site have been housed permanantly in a museum building on the site, which is the only villa site in Hampshire open to the public. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW11. Ref: A Short Guide to the Roman Villa, West Park, Rockbourne, 1969. (Morley Hewitt).
SU120208:Bowl Barrow (Site):Whitsbury Down. Ploughed out. Site lies on downland used for 'gallops'. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW41. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 15, 1938, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU121171:Cottage:Nuthatch. Thatched roof. Timber framing with brick infilling. Central chimney stack. Maybe earlier than date stated.
SU122202:Barrow (Site):North west of Manor Farm, completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW42. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 15, 1938, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU122210:Bowl Barrow (Site):South east of Northayes Farm. Ploughed out. Site lies on downland used for 'gallops'. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW40. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 15, 1938, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU123142:Nature Reserve:Ashford Water Meadows. Draining into the River Avon, of great ornithological interest. Meadows controlled by sluice gates constructed for flooding of surrounding fields and both banks used for agriculture. Old stone aqueduct falling into disrepair.
SU123152:Brickworks (Site):Billetts. Remains of three kilns, one drying frame, conveyor and Berry's patent brick machine No. 4. Closed in 1961. It produced a local red brick on which prosperity of Sandleheath depended from early Roman times. Ref: A Gazetteer of Brick and Tile Works in Hampshire, (White), p.94.
SU124156:Claypits:Brickhill. These pits were used for digging clay for brick making during C.16 - C.18 and were connected with nearby houses, all of which were inhabited by families engaged in brick making.
SU124194:Trees:Whitsbury Farm and Stud. Several different species standing in the area.
SU124216:Pottery:Whitsbury Down. Pottery sherds found in ploughed field. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW24. Ref: P.H.F.C., 1963, (Atkinson), p.4.
SU125146:Farmhouse:Sandle Lodge. Local brick painted white. 2 storeys. Twelve sash windows. Slate roof. Four chimneys. Open porch with glass and wooden door.
SU125150:Pits:Reads Brickworks. Bowl-shaped depressions with carbonised wood. 0.8 m and 1.4 m in diameter. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW12. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 18, 1953, (Wrey and Calkin) pp.67-70.
SU126149:Implement:Socketed celt axe found in clay pit between 1914 and 1920. Displayed in Fordingbridge Town Hall. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW1.
SU126174:Coins:Found at Brookheath, 1893. Large hoard of coins, mostly of Tetricus. Site now covered by rough grass and scrub. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW3.
SU127148:Brickworks (Site):Site of Old Brickworks with remains of three kilns, and scanty remains of other buildings. Apart from a shed used as private pottery, the works are derelict. The brickworks produced handmade red bricks. Closed in 1965. Ref: A Gazetteer of Brick and Tile Works in Hampshire, (White), p.93.
SU127149:Neolithic Implements:Found at Reads Brickworks. Flint bone-sharpener and a scraper. Displayed in Fordingbridge Town Hall. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW28.
SU127189:Chapel:Primitive Methodist, 1901. Red brick with grey brick courses at top, middle and bottom of windows. Gabled slate roof with ridge tiles and finial over entrance. Sash windows at side with dust-coloured arches. At front entrance panelled wooden door with semi-circular fanlight and brick arch. Two deep fixed windows with semi-circular heads and brick arches. Five inscribed foundation stones.
SU127190:House:Carpenters. Dated 1697. Altered in early C.19. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Slate roof having gable ends with kneelers. String course. Three casement windows. Central doorcase with flat wooden hood on brackets.
SU127190:House:Herrington Cottage. 2 storeys. Rendered brick structure with elongated S-ties. Hipped thatched roof with ridge decorated with pair of pheasants. Diamond - lattice casement windows. Two wooden doors with small glazed diamond lattice panel Tiled hood on brackets.
SU127190:House:Lushers Cottage. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Thatched hipped roof with four 'eyebrow' dormer windows, remainder casement. Modern chimney stacks. Two doors at side with slate slab hood. Modern conservatory.
SU127191:Cottage:Post Office Cottage. 2 storeys. Brick and thin post and par timber-framing with some diagonal braces. Thatched roof hipped at one end forming 'eyebrows' over two first floor windows. Two modern casement windows with cambered heads. Simple doorcase with penticed weather-hood supported on brackets.
SU127191:House:Minors Cottage. 2 storeys. Brick structure, south face rendered. Projecting course at first floor level. Tiled half-hipped roof. Central brick chimney stack. Plain timber door with plain door slab. Casement windows. First arch over ground floor windows. Extended in C.19 and a further modern extension at rear.
SU127192:House:Glebe House, formerly The Old Rectory. 2 storeys and attic. Slate roof. Brick structure. Sash windows.
SU128081:Ice House:Somerley Park. Among trees close to Mansion. 13 ft passage leads to the Pit which has been filled with earth. Originally three doors. Passage roofed with slate slabs under the earth covering. Ref: Hampshire Industrial Archaeology, a guide, (Ellis), p.47.
SU128147:Chapel:St. Aldhelm's Chapel of Ease. Red brick. Tiled roof with bell and weathercock. Eight plain glass windows. Short gravel path to Lychgate. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevnser and Lloyd), p.494.
SU128175:Farmhouse:Rockstead Farm. Tiled roof, originally thatched. Timber-framed with local brick infilling. Front rendered and colourwashed. Wood casement windows with small panes. Three gabled dormers. Single storey and attic. Gabled timber porch. Inside an old bacon loft still remains.
SU128188:House:Peartree Cottage. 2 storeys. Brick structure with separate courses of headers and stretchers. Thatched hioped roof. Central brick chimney with moulding on stack. Modern brick chimney projecting from north east corner. C.20 additions.
SU128192:Coin:Found near Glebe House Farm, late 1920s. Constantinian coin. Present whereabouts not known. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW19.
SU128196:Hill Fort:Whitsbury Castle Ditches. Covers sixteen acres. Two large ramparts with outer ditches and an additional counter scarp bank on northern half centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW2. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology in Hampshire, 1915, p.418. Ref: 2. The Ancient Earthworks of Cranbourne Chase, 1913, pp.20-2.
SU129187:Cottages (2):Nearly opposite the Village Hall. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Plastered walls. Wooden casement windows.
SU129187:Farmhouse:Nippards. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Thatched roof. Chimneys projecting from end walls. Sash windows. Panelled door with thatched hood on wrought iron brackets. Stone plaque under eave incsribed W.17 1806 N
SU129191:Church:St. Leonards. Built in early C.14. Altered and restored late C. 1 9. FIint and stone structure. West tower with square bell-stage. Nave and chancel.
SU129192:Rubbish Pit and Hypocaust:Glebe House Garden. Found 1933. Cooking pots, sherds, Samian ware, pot boilers etc. Retained by Salisbury Museum. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW1.
SU129198:Probable Earthwork:From Long Steeple Lane to Whitsbury Castle ditches. Small bank with traces of a ditch. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW47 Ref: Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, pp.178-9.
SU130097:Enclosure (Site):East of Hammer Cottage. Vague, texture marking of circular enclosure visible on aerial photograph. No trace on ground. O.S.A. No. SU10 NW3. Ref: Aps RAF/CPE/UK/1845/6017-8.
SU130147:Farmhouse:Sandle Manor Farm. Built circa. 1750. Local brick painted white. Slate roof. Twelve sash windows. Two chimneys. Granary converted to living accomodation. Extensive outbuildings.
SU130170:House:Brook Heath. 2 storeys and attic. Slate roof. Plastered walls. Sashes and casement windows. Centre of front recessed.
SU130186:House:Lower Farm. Former farmhouse. 2 storey. Rectangular timber-framed with brick infill. Thatched hipped roof. Four gabled dormer windows remainder casement windows. C.20 additions.
SU131131:Sherds:Found north west of Midgham Farm in a pit. Pit is now under grass. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW11.
SU132188:Linear Earthworks:Grims Ditch, Whitsbury Wood. Whole earthwork encloses an area of sixteen square miles. Probably delimits the holding of a large ranch of the Bronze Age. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW14. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p.330.
SU133131:Flint Flakes:South of Bowerwood House. Site now under grass. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW12.
SU133134:Arrowhead:South of Bowerwood House. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW29.
SU134079:Mansion:Somerley House. 2 and 3 storeys. Slate roof. Plastered walls. Sash windows. Probably of more than one date, but mainly late Georgian. Parapet decorated with urns.
SU134109:Cottage:South of Bleakhill Farm. Single storey and attic. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Casement windows.
SU135143:Implements:Found in old gravel pit, Jubilee Road. A borer, scraper and hand axe. Site now developed. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW10.
SU135213:Bowl Barrows:Gallows Hill. Three barrows are still visible although overgrown. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW49. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU136144:Urns:Found on roadway, west of railway bridge. Contain cremations but no trace of a barrow. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW13. Ref: History of Fordingbridge, 1909, p.84.
SU136148:Manor House:Sandle Manor. Built about 1600. The old house enlarged and renovated circa. 1900. Red brick structure with tile roof. Six chimneys. Sixty-plus windows in main buildings. Sash windows with leaded lights. Two enclosed porches. Buildings converted into a preparatory school in 1936. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevnser and Lloyd), p.494.
SU137207:Bowl Barrow:Breamore Estate. 10.0m. in diameter and 0.7m. high. No trace of a ditch. In a small wooded area, now overgrown by trees and under growth. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW51. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU138111:Cottage:East of Farley. 2 storeys. Thatched roof, hipped at one end. West half of building cob, and east half built of brick. Casement windows.
SU138144:Beaker:Site of find now developed as Ashford Close. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW14. Ref: Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, Vol. 14, 1938, p.96.
SU138180:Building:Roundhill Farm House. Single storey and attic. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Timber- framed with brick infilling. Wood casements. Recently added dormer windows at rear.
SU138200:Long Barrow:Giants Grave', Breamore Down. Originally 65m. long and 26m. wide with flanked ditches. Now partly mutilated. No trace of ditches due to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW50. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevnser and Lloyd), p.144. Ref: 2. The Archaeology of Wessex, 1958, (Grinsell), p.40. Ref: 3. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.205.
SU139143:Tree:No. 166, Station Road. A single walnut.
SU139201:Earthwork:Mizmaze Hill. The western end was a shallow ditch but has since been reduced to a single slope. To the north east is a series of hollow ways. A lynchet joins both ends. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW52. Ref: Earthworks of Cranbourne Chase, 1913, (Sumner), p.21.
SU140104:Trees:North End Farm, Harbridge. An oak and ash on plot of land bounded by Kent Lane, Cobley Wood and Cobley Cottage.
SU141065:Area of Scenic Beauty:Ringwood Parish contains part of the Avon Valley, which is of immense ornithological interest for the wildfowl it supports. It also includes part of the Bicton - Blashford S.S.S.I., which comprises of flood meadows flanking the River Avon which are an important wildfowl resort, particularly for overwintering flocks of geese.
SU141109:Cottage:No. 31, Harbridge Green. Brick structure. 2 storeys. Thatched roof, one end hipped, other end gabled. Single chimney. One of group around Green.
SU141110:Cottage:No.33, Harbridge Green. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. One of a group around the Green.
SU141161:Barn:Fryern Court. Old tiled roof. Eight bays with weatherboarded sides.
SU141162:Barn or Granary:Fryern Court. Half-hipped old tiled roof. Timber- framed with brick infilling.
SU141202:Bowl Barrow:Mizmaze Wood. Approximately 21m. in diameter and 1.3m. high. No trace of surrounding ditch. Now considerably overgrown. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW23. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU141202:Turfant Maze:Mizmaze, Breamore Down. Well preserved. Mound in centre like a disc barrow. 25m. diameter. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW54. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 2, 1930, (Hawkes), pp.269-80. Ref: 2. Mazes and Labyrinths 1922, (Matthews). Ref: 3. Field Archaeology in Hampshire, (Williams-Freeman), p.19.
SU142051:Inn:The Fish Inn, West Street. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Colour washed brick walls. Sash windows and a panelled door. There are two 1-storey extensions to the rear.
SU142052:Bridge:Over the River Avon. Stone triple arches with solid parapet, slightly corbelled out over arches.
SU142108:Cottage:No.34, Harbridge Green. 2-storey. Brickstructure. Thatched roof with gable ends and chimneys. Formerly a farmhouse.
SU142111:Trees:North End Farm, Harbridge. Individual trees. Fifteen oak, three ash and a single beech. Located over a wide area. Centred on grid reference.
SU142146:Building:Oaklands, Marl Lane. 2 storeys. Pale brick with dentil cornice to hipped slate roof. Four corniced chimneys. Sash windows. 2-storey staff wing set back to left.
SU142158:Coin:Durotrigian Silver Stater found in garden of Ambridge, Tinker's Cross, 1969. O.S.A. No. SU11 NW16.
SU142162:House:Fryern Court. 2 storeys. L-shaped. Old tiled roof. Colourwashed brick structure. C.19 extension across the east front of white brick with a slate roof. 1 -storey service wing also to the east joins the barn.
SU142163:Farmhouse:Fryern Court Farm. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Brick structure 3-bay east front. Casement windows. Two one-storey angular bays.
SU142201:Bowl Barrow:Mizmaze Hill. 8.0m. in diameter and 0.3m. high. Much mutilated by burrowing. O.S.A. No. SU12 SW22 Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU143112:Farmhouse:North End Farm. 2 storeys. Welsh slate roof. Brick structure. Original building has a C.19 extension. The former has casement windows and the latter sash windows. Gabled brick porch on the west front.
SU143147:Trees:Parsonage Park, Fordingbridge. Several trees of differing species standing in the area. Centred on grid reference.
SU143161:Building:Studio adjoining Fryern Court and attached garage. 2 storeys. Painted brick and concrete in International Functionalist style. Ground floor windows recessed between piers. Horizontal strip window of ten lights on first floor. Flat roof.
SU144052:Building:Bridge House including railings. 3-storey. Old tiled roof. Brick structure. 5-bay front. A doorcase with Doric columns over a panelled door.
SU144052:Building:No. 19, West Street. 3-storey. Old tiled roof. Brick structure. 3-bay front with panelled door and sash windows. 2-storeyed extension to the rear.
SU144052:Cottage:The Old Cottage Tea Rooms, No. 14, West Street. 2 storeys. Hipped, thatched roof. Timber-framed with colour washed brick infilling.
SU144052:House:Monmouth House, No. 12, West Street. After his defeat at the Battle of Sedgemoor 1685, Monmouth was lodged there by troops, whilst being taken to London.
SU144052:House:Monmouth House, No. 12, West Street. C.18 front to an older building. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Colour washed stucco building, with a 6-panelled door.
SU144052:House:No. 17, West Street. 2 storeys and attic. It has a stucco Dutch gabled front on a brick structure. A 6-panelled studded door is on the ground floor with a 5-light bow window to the right.
SU144083:Church:St. Mary. Tiled roof. Constructed of rubble and limestone, except for the red brick west wall, rebuilt 1746. C.15 stained glass window. Other windows recut 1884. Screen with timber support and wattle and daub filling divides the nave and chancel. O.S.A. No. SU10 NW8. Ref: 1 Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.209. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, (Powell), pp.564-7. Ref: 3. Mediaeval Religious Houses, 1953, p.54.
SU144083:Sundial:St. Mary's Church. Large blue dial located over porch of the church. Reputed to be C. 18 or older.
SU144084:Ancient Site:Deserted mediaeval village site of Ellingham. Hundred = Fordingbridge. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 507, Vol. 4, p.p. 559-567. Ref: 2. Deserted Mediaeval Villages, (Beresford and Hurst).
SU144101:Ancient Site:Deserted mediaeval village site of Harbridge. Hundred = Ringwood. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 514, Vol. 4, p. 601-6. Ref: 2. Deserted Mediaeval Villages, (Beresford and Hurst).
SU144104:Cottage:North of All Saints' Church, Harbridge. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Brick structure. Timber-framed rear wall. Front rendered pebble dash. Modern iron-framed casement windows.
SU144138:Building:Mulberry House, Church Square. Hipped slate roof with flanking chimneys. Roman cement structure. 5-bay front. Windows have architrave frames Doric central porch.
SU144138:House:No. 66, Church Street. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Cement rendered walls. 3-bay front with a 6-panelled door.
SU144145:House:Parsonage House, Green Lane. 2 storeys and attic. Tiled roof. Brick walls. Casement windows. Bay window on ground floor with extended porch. Stained glass window on stairway at rear. Also the remains of a moat.
SU144146:Mediaeval Moat:Homestead Moat, near Parsonage House, 7.5 m wide and 1.3 m deep. Now partially filled in. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW9.
SU145052:Building:No. 9, Market Place. 2 storeys and attic. Tiled roof. Brick structure. Four windows on upper storey. A panelled studded door with modern shop fronts on either side.
SU145052:Building:Nos. 29 and 31, Market Place. 2 storeys and attic. Mansard slate roof. Colour washed brick structure. Both have dormers, and casement windows in the upper storey. No. 31 has two small Edwardian shop fronts.
SU145052:Building:West of No. 9, Market Place. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Painted brick structure. 'Mock Georgian' shop front.
SU145052:Inn:Star Inn. 2 storeys. Tiled roof. Painted stucco walls; plain brick at rear.
SU145052:Inn:The Red Lion. No. 25, Market Place. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof. Painted stucco walls. Sash windows and one dormer.
SU145052:Memorial Lamp:Jubilee Lamp, Market Place. Queen Victoria's Jubilee 1887. Cast iron with five copper lanterns. Restored 1977.
SU145052:Shop:No. 16, Market Place. 2 storeys and attic. Tile roof with dormer window. Brick structure.
SU145052:Shop:No. 23, Market Place. 2 storeys with attic. Old tiled roof. Brick structure. Two large bow windows and a 6-panelled door. Shop front to ground floor.
SU145052:Shop:No. 27, Market Place. Originally a house. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof. Painted stucco walls. Two large bow windows on ground floor.
SU145053:Church:St. Peter and St. Paul, Market Place. Cruciform in plan and entirely rebuilt in 1853. Central tower with double bell-openings. There is a splendid chancel of eight closely set lancets north and eight south. There is also an early C.15 brass of a priest, removed from the old church.
SU145053:House:Church Hatch House, Market Place. 2 storeys and attic. Steeply pitched, hipped old tile roof, with lead ridge. There is a 5-bay front with a panelled central door.
SU145053:House:Nos. 18 and 20, Market Place. 2 storeys and attic. Steep pitched slate roof. Cream coloured brick walls. One Ionic portico.
SU145077:Implements:Morey's Gravel Pit. Still in use: Finds include hand axes, fragments of an haemitite bowl, arrow heads and a bronze spear point. Dates vary from Stone Age through to Iron Age. O.S.A. No. SU10 NW7.
SU145077:Urned Cremation Burial:Moreys Gravel Pit. Urn containing child's cremation. Surrounded by a circular ditch. Some Roman pottery also found at this site,1946. O.S.A. No. SU10 NW6.
SU145095:Site of Natural Interest:Avon Valley Flood Plain. Many of the meadows remain relatively unimproved and are of botanical importance. The Avon Valley is of international ornithological importance for the wetland species it supports.
SU145101:Church:All Saints, Harbridge. Rebuilt 1838, except for C.15 tower which was raised during C.19. Perpendicular tracery apparently made of artificial stone. Nave and short chancel. Monument to the Countess of Normanton, 1841. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.273.
SU145101:House:Harbridge House. 2 storeys and attic. Tiled roof. Brick structure. 2-storey bay on front. Modern addition to the east side. Sashes and casement windows.
SU145138:Church:St. Mary, Church Street. Altered C.14 and C.15. Flint mixed with ironstone structure with stone dressings. The original chancel remains with lancet windows. The nave and aisles are C.14, the former has a C.15 Queen-post roof. A tower was built between the north aisle and chapel. The chapel has a hammer-beam roof.
SU145138:Churchyard Cross (Site):St. Mary's Church. The socket stone is set in the churchyard wall near the North Gate. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW7. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.p. 575-6.
SU145139:House:Clifton House, No. 30, Church Square. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof with flanking chimneys. Rough- cast walls. Sash windows. Porch has seats inside and a wrought iron gate.
SU145139:House:Old Manor House, No. 24, Church Street. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof with one dormer. Brick structure with a 3-bay front. Two casement and two sash windows. 6-panelled door in plain reveals.
SU145139:Pillory, Stocks and Whipping:Outside The Leys, Church Street. In use until 1801, and removed 1820. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW6. Ref: A History of Fordingbridge, (Hannen), p. 27.
SU146052:Building:No. 5, Market Place. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Pinkwashed brick walls. Six bays. Modern shop front.
SU146052:House:lnglenook, Northumberland Court. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof with gable ends and flanking chimneys. Colour washed brick walls. Ground floor rendered. Two dormers and two casement windows. Panelled door.
SU146052:Inn:The Original White Hart, Market Place. 1869. 2 storeys and attic. Tiled roof. Brick structure. Three dormer windows.
SU146052:Shop:No. 1, Market Place. 2 storeys. Tile roof with gable. Painted brick structure.
SU146052:Shops:Nos. 35-41, High Street. Formerly houses. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof. Brick structure. C.19 dormer windows. Victorian shop fronts.
SU146052:Shops:Nos. 47 and 49, High Street. 2 storeys with attic. Tile roof. Brick structure. Dormer windows.
SU146052:Shops:Nos. 66-74, Meeting House Lane. 3 storey. Slate roofs. Brick buildings.
SU146140:Building:50 yds. north of bridge, Provost Street. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof, with flanking chimneys. Brick structure. 3-bay front with central panelled door under flat hood. Half-glazed double door flanked by bow windows.
SU146141:Building (Site):Probable site of Market House, Market Place. Demolished 1829. No traces remain. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW5. Ref: A History of Fordingbridge, 1909, (Hannen), p.25.
SU146141:Shop:Pilgrims' Cafe, Provost Street. Circa 1840. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Brick structure. Rectangular bay shop window flanked by half glazed doors.
SU146141:Shops (2):South east side of Market Place, to south west of Town Hall. 1-storey and attic. Old tiled roof with large central chimney stack. Five dormer windows. Ground floor is rendered (probably timber-framed). Two modern shop fronts.
SU146143:Pottery:Located at Fordingbridge Infirmary, O.S.A. No. SU11 SW32.
SU146177:House:Outwick Manor. Outwick. Brick and Thatch. Leaded lights. dormers in roof,
SU147049:Trees:Site of Old Mill House, Bickerley Common. A holm oak and a beech.
SU147051:Bank:Barclays Bank. No. 8, High Street. Originally a house. 2 storeys and attic. Tiled roof. Painted brick structure. Ground floor rebuilt C.20.
SU147051:Shop:No. 9, High Street. 2 storeys and attic. Painted stucco walls. Dormer windows.
SU147052:Building:No. 12, Meeting House Lane. 2 storeys and attics. Front rendered and colourwashed. Side, brick. Rear, cement rendered. Slate roof. Sash windows. Projecting porch with round-headed arch. Mid C.19 brick extensions to east and west.
SU147052:Building:Nos. 18 and 20, High Street. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Colour washed brick structure. No. 18 has an original C.18 shop window. No. 20 has a C. 19 shop front.
SU147052:Building:Unitarian Meeting House, Meeting House Lane. Dated 1727 on pediment. Half-hipped old tiled roof. Brick structure and stone plinth. It has two stone mullioned leaded windows. The interior is virtually unaltered, and is probably the most important architectural feature in Ringwood.
SU147052:Shop:No. 32, High Street. 2 storeys with attic. Tiled roof. Painted stucco walls. One dormer window.
SU147139:Mill:Town Mill, Ashford Water. A corn mill of 3 storeys. Two bays. Brick built, with part tile, part slate roof. Mill and Mill House attached, the latter now a private house. Undershot cast iron wheel still in situ outside building. Ref: A Gazetteer of Water, Wind and Tide Mills of Hampshire, (Ellis), p.129.
SU147141:Building:Crown Hotel, Market Place. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof with four hipped dormers. Painted stucco walls. Sash windows. Two half-glazed doors one under an entablature hood. 2-storeyed extension to right with a slate roof and brick structure.
SU147141:Building:Lowlands House, Nos. 41/43, High Street. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof with flanking chimneys. Roughcast walls on front colourwashed. 3-bay front. Sash windows.
SU147141:Building:St. Ives Guest House, High Street. 1679. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof. Three hipped dormers with leaded casements. Brick structure pebble- dashed to first floor cill level. Five leaded casement windows and three sash windows. Two panelled doors.
SU147141:Shop:No. 29/31, High Street. 1702. Altered. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof with flanking chimneys. Sash windows. Projecting shop front. Plain glass door under old tiled hood.
SU147141:Shop:No. 35/37,High Street. 2 storeys, and attic. Old tiled roof with two hipped dormers. Brick structure. Six sash windows. Original panelled door between modern shop fronts. Arched yard entrance with a keystone to left.
SU147141:Shop:No. 45, High Street. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Colourwashed brick structure. Sash windows. 6-panelled door under hood. Modern shop front.
SU147142:Shops:Nos. 52/60, High Street. 2 storeys. Tiled roof with an overhang. Brick structure. Plastered first floor. Three modern shop fronts on ground floor. Sash windows and one shop window. One wooden and one glazed door.
SU148013:Lodge:Bisterne House. Now two cottages. 1 storey and attic. Hipped thatched roof which extends over a wooden verandah. Roughcast walls. Casement windows and ledged doors.
SU148050:Trees:No. 39, Bickerley Road. Group of willow trees at the rear of the property.
SU148051:Building:Nos. 4-1 0, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Slate roofs. Brick with part painted. Nos. 6 and 8 have dormer windows. Modern shopfront extensions.
SU148051:House:Carlton House, No. 20, Christchurch Road. Victorian facade to an earlier core. 3 storeys. Gable roof with kneelers. Cement rendered. Sash windows and panelled door.
SU148051:House:No. 22, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof, with flanking chimneys. Painted brick walls. 3-bay front with sash windows. Single storey flanking extensions. 6-panelled central door.
SU148051:House:No. 23, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Whitewashed front on brick structure. Sash windows and wooden doors.
SU148051:House:No. 25, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Tiled roof. Painted brick front. Parapet. Sash windows.
SU148051:Inn:Smiths Arms, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Brick structure.
SU148052:Building:Nos. 5 and 7, Southampton Road. 2 storeys. Tiled roof. Timber-framed with ground floor shop front.
SU148052:Building:The Crown Hotel, Southampton Road. 2 storeys. Tiled roof. Ground floor is colour washed brick whilst upper storey is tile-hung. Four bays and an extension. Panelled doors.
SU148052:Cottage:No. 16, Southampton Road. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Painted brick walls. Three bays. Double fronted.
SU148052:Shop:No. 2, High Street. Originally a house. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof with flanking chimneys. Colour- washed brick structure with moulded wood eaves.
SU148053:House:Mansfield House, No. 36, Southampton Road. 2 storeys. Yellow stock brick structure. Old tiled roof. It has a 3-bay front with a panelled door under a doric porch.
SU148115:Area of Ecological Importance:The flood plain of the Avon Valley is of great ornithological importance for its wetland bird - life. This is part of the Bicton-Blashford S.S.S.I. which lies in this area.
SU148124:Farmhouse:Bickton Farm. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof with i-nassive central chimney stack. Brick structure with timber-framing on west side. 5-bay front with plain gabled central porch. Sash windows with two original lead casement windows. O.S.A. SU11 SW15. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.568-9.
SU148126:Building:Avon View, Bickton. 2 storeys. Thatched roof swept down over the porch. Colourwashed brick structure partially timber-framed.
SU148126:Building:Salmon Leap, Bickton. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with central chimney. Roughcast walls. Sash windows with architrave frames. Half-glazed door under porch with a hipped thatched roof.
SU148126:Cottage:Green Meadow, Bickton. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Colourwashed roughcast structure with timber-framing. One chimney stack. Central door under cone shaped thatched porch. Casement windows. Timer clad extension to side and rear under roof thatch.
SU148126:Deserted Mediaeval Village:Hundred - Fordingbridge. Bickton Mill on the Avon, 1 1/2miles south of Fordingbridge. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 478; Vol. 4, p.p. 560, 568.
SU148127:Cottage:60 yds. east of Bickton Mill. 2 storeys. Hipped thatched roof. Colourwashed brick walls. Case- ment windows.
SU148127:Cottage:East side of Bickton Mill. 2 storeys. Open pediment roof. East gable end has wide spreading chimney stack. Sash windows. Panelled door in boarded porch. Ref: History of Fordingbridge, 1883, (Hannen), p.54.
SU148127:Mill:Bickton Mill. East part, 3 storeys and attic. West part 4 storeys and attic. Brick structure. Roof slate on north side, part old tile, part slate on south side. East front has three bays with double doors. The gable end to the west has central door and a central hoist shaft. Ref: 1. History of Fordingbridge, 1883, (Hannen), p.54. Ref: 2. A Gazetteer of the Water, Wind and Tide MIlls of Hampshire, (Ellis), p.129.
SU148142:Building:Nos. 11 & 13, High Street. 2 storeys, and attic. Tiled roof with one roof light and one hipped dormer. Two sash windows. Shop window on ground floor beside ledged double doors.
SU148142:Hotel:Greyhound Hotel, Salisbury Street. 2 storeys, Old tiled roof. Brick structure. Sash windows. Half-glazed doors.
SU148142:House:No. 5/7, High Street. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof with two hipped tile-hung dormers, Painted stucco walls. 4-bay front. Three casement windows. 3-bay windows on ground floor. Panelled door under flat hood.
SU148142:Shop:No. 5, Salisbury Street. Old tiled roof with boxed eaves. Colourwashed, rendered structure. Casement windows on upper storey. Shop windows on ground floor. Plaque on front dated 1703.
SU148142:Shops (4):Nos. 17/21, High Street. 2 storeys, Old tile roof, central chimney with herring bone design. Sash windows with modern shop fronts on the ground floor.
SU148146:Axe:Found in garden of No. 2, Alexander Road. O.S.A. No. SU 1 1 SW8. Ref: Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, Vol. 17, 151, p.148.
SU148181:Cottage:Opposite Topps Farms. Detached. Half timbered and brick. Thatched. Added on to an early C.14 Cruck construction.
SU148181:Granary:Topp's Farm. Timber-framed and clad. Tiled. Supported on staddle stones.
SU148184:Granary:Rookery Lane. Timber-framed and clad. Tiled roof. Standing on stone staddles.
SU149012:Deserted Mediaeval Village (Site):Bisterne. Hundred = Ringwood. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p. 609. Ref: 2. Deserted Mediaeval Villages, (Beresford and Hurst).
SU149050:Buildings:Nos. 50, 53 and 54, Christchurch Road. Originally one house. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Painted stucco. Square brick chimney. The ground floor has plain modern shop fronts.
SU149050:House:Greyfriars, No. 44, Christchurch Road. 3 storeys and basement. Hipped old tiled roof. Brick structure. 5-bay front.
SU149050:House:No. 56, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Painted brick structure. 3-bay front with 6-panelled door.
SU149054:Building:Hatch Offices (The Stables), Manor House, Southampton Road. 1 storey and attic. Hipped slate roof. Brick structure with 10-panelled double doors. There is a central octagonal bell turret with an ogee dome and weathercock.
SU149054:Building:Nos. 64 and 66, Southampton Road. Single storey and attic. Painted brick. Tiled roof with gable-ends. Three casement windows. Single store, painted brick extension to right-handed side of No. 64.
SU149054:Cottages (2):Nos. 58 and 60, Southampton Road. 1 storey and attic. Old tiled roof. Colour washed stucco on brick structure. Two dormers and two casement windows. Two panelled doors, under pediment hoods.
SU149054:Cottages (7):Nos. 76-88, Southampton Road. A terrace of 2-storey brick cottages. Slate roofs. All with sash windows and panelled doors.
SU149054:House:Blynkbonnie, Southampton Road. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Colour washed brick structure. Sash windows. Panelled door under a lattice porch. There is a large palm tree in the garden.
SU149054:House:Grove House, No. 61, Southampton Road. 2 storeys. Hip'Ped slate roof. Stuccoed walls. A 3-bay front. There is a 6-panelled door with a balcony immediately above.
SU149054:House:The Manor House, No. 63, Southampton Road. 2 storeys and attic. Slate roof which is tiled in centre. The south front is rendered with Roman cement on brick whilst the other walls are just brick. This front consists of eight bays. The Manor was built on the site of a mediaeval Manor House. O.S.A. No. SU10 NW9. Ref: 1. V.C.H. Hants, Vol. 4, pp.607-8. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.475.
SU149070:Cottage:South of Blashford Farm. Thatched roof with two chimneys at gable end. 2 storeys. White- washed brick structure with brick string-course. Date plaque over door 1716.
SU149070:Tree:Single tulip tree in the grounds of Willow Thatch, Salisbury Road, Blashford.
SU149093:Church:St. Martin, lbsley. Rebuilt 1832. Small red brick and stone structure. Nave and chancel in one. Bellcote. C.17 monument to Sir John Constable. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevner and Lloyd), pp.304-5.
SU149093:House:lbsley Rectory. 2 storeys. Hipped tile roof. Brick structure, 4-window front. Sash and casement windows. Bay window on west.
SU149094:Cottage:The Old Beams, lbsley. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Cruck-framed and plastered. 4-window front. Wooden casement windows with leaded lights.
SU149095:House:Thatched Eaves, lbsley. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with colour-washed brick infilling. Casement windows with leaded lights.
SU149126:Cottage:Oaktree Cottage. Bickton. Originally two cottages. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with flanking chimneys. Brick structure with first floor string course. Four semi-dormers, and ledged doors.
SU149127:Cottage:130 yds. east of Bickton Mill. 1-storey and attic. Hipped thatched roof. Brick structure. Casement windows and a ledged door.
SU149127:Cottage:Adjoining Salmon Leap. 1 -storey and attic. Thatched roof, hipped to the left and half-hipped over the extension. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Irregular casements. Barn extension to right is weatherboarded.
SU149128:Water Meadow:Floated water meadow, Bickton. Within the Avon Valley. It is apparently the only floated water meadow remaining in Hampshire.
SU149141:Cottages (3):Nos. 20-24, Bridge Street. 2 storeys. Tiled roofs with two hipped dormers. Colourwashed brick structure. Sash windows.
SU149142:Ancient Bridge:Over River Avon. Modern additions. Original bridge can be seen from the river. Seven pointed arches. Refaced on each side with chilmark stones, 1901. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW4.
SU149142:Building:Bridge House, No. 15, Bridge Street. Original part C.18, is smaller. 2 storeys. Old tile roof. Brick structure with a 4-bay front. Casement window. Later part 2 storeys and attic. Slate roof. 3-bay front with sash windows. 6-panelled central door.
SU149143:Building:No. 18/20, Salisbury Street. 2 storeys, Part thatched, part old tile roof. Colourwashed brick structure. Sash windows. Shop has two windows flanking a C.19 door. 6-panelled door to the right. Shop and door under a flat hood with scalloped edge.
SU149143:Building:No. 43/47, Salisbury Street. 3-storey. Slate roof. Colourwashed walls with slate-hung upper floors. 3-bay front with central door in panelled reveals under cornice hood. Sash windows. Two slightly bowed shop windows.
SU149143:Chapel (Site):Congregational Chapel stands on site of Chapel of St. John of Jerusalem, 1400-1667. Two stone bases for wooden pillars lie under the floor of present chapel. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW3. Ref: A History of Fordingbridge, 1909, (Hannen).
SU149143:House:Old Manor House, Salisbury Street. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof with a large chimney stack on south-east front. The central bay of the front has a modern ledged door in a heavy moulded stone architrave and small flanking windows. An extension to the left, brick gabled with a tiled roof. O.S.A. No. SU11 SW2. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.570.
SU149143:Shop:No. 36, Salisbury Street. 2 storeys. Hipped slate roof. Brick structure. Sash windows on ground floor and 6-panelled flush door.
SU149143:Shop:No. 51, Salisbury Street. 3-storey. Slate roof with brick eaves. Colourwashed brick structure. 6- panelled central door under moulded pediment hood stands between two modern shop windows.
SU149143:Shop:Nos. 32 and 34, Salisbury Street. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Brick structure. Plain modern shop front, beside a 6-panelled door.
SU149173:Farmhouse:Flood Street Farmhouse, Flood Street, Dulwich. Detached and half-timbered. Brick to upper half in herring-bone pattern. Tiled roof. Three dormers in roof,
SU149181:Farmhouse:Topp's Farm. Detached. Brick with slate roof. Leaded lights and double sashed windows.
SU149182:Cottages (2):Hope Cottage and adjoining dwelling. Single storey and attic. Thatched roof. Timber-framed structure with brick infilling, some panels reveal wattle and daub. Wood casements.
SU149183:Cottages (2):Cross Trees, Upper Street. Stone and flint base walls. Rendering on timber-frame, part brick infill. Thatched roof. Leaded lights.
SU149184:Granary:The Rookery, Upper Street. Timber-f ramed. Part timber-clad and part brick infill. Standing on stone staddles.
SU149184:House:The Rookery. 2-storeys and attic. Tiled roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Sash and casement windows. Flat hood to door.
SU149184:Wall:The Rookery. Encloses three sides of the house. Built of brick with ashlar gate piers with ball finials.
SU149185:Cottages (2):No. 8, Upper Street. Half-timbered, brick structure. Thatched roof. C.19 cast iron windows.
SU149187:Barn:Home Farm. Timber-framed and clad. Tiled roof. But formerly thatched.
SU149188:Farmhouse:Home Farm. Timber-framed. Tiled roof. Recent brick infilling and some modern windows. Brick and tile addition. Originally the 'Lete Courthouse'. Some unusual circular section chimneys.
SU149188:Granary:Home Farm. Timber-framed and clad, Tiled. Supported on stone staddles.
SU150046:Cottages (2):Nos. 134 and 136, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Thatched roofs. Colour washed brick walls with sham timber framing. Casement windows.
SU150047:Cottages:Nos. 128 and 132, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys and attic. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with colour washed brick infilling. Casement windows. Two ledged doors.
SU150048:Cottage:Bickerley Cottage. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Colour washed brick structure. Casement windows.
SU150048:Cottage:No. 6, Coxstone Lane. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Brick walls and casement windows.
SU150048:Cottage:No. 81, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Painted brick structure. Two casement windows and ledged central door.
SU150048:Cottage:Spring Water, Coxtone Lane. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with colour washed brick infilling. Casement windows and ledged door.
SU150048:Cottage:The Homestead, Coxstone Lane. Originally four cottages. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Colour washed brick structure. Casement windows and ledged door.
SU150048:House:No. 75, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Painted stucco walls. Three bays. Four pilasters with a central door,
SU150048:House:No. 77, Christchurch Road. 3 storeys. Slate roof. Painted brick structure. Two bays.
SU150048:House:No. 79, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Painted brick structure. 6-panelled central door.
SU150049:Buildings:Nos. 58-68, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Part brick, part painted stucco. Slate roofs. No. 68 has a weather-boarded first floor.
SU150049:Cottages (5):Nos. 76-84, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Tiled roofs. Brick with stuccoed frieze. Casement windows and panelled doors.
SU150049:Cottages:Nos. 88-98, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Thatched roofs. Roughcast walls. Casement windows with panelled doors.
SU150049:House:St Katharine's, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Part brick and part painted stucco structure. Framed cottage joined at rear.
SU150049:Shop:Netherbrook. No. 86, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof with flanking chimneys. Brick structure. 5-bay front. 5-panelled central door.
SU150050:Church:Trinity Church. Slate roof. Brick structure with stone details. Two large central pinnacles flanked by two smaller ones. The west front has a large window with two doors.
SU150055:House:The Red House, No. 67, Southampton Road. 2 storeys. Old tile roof. Brick structure. 3-bay front. Gothic glazing bars on the sash windows.
SU150058:Trees:Merton Grove, Gravel Lane. Varieties include poplar, beech, elm and lime.
SU150068:Farmhouse:Gouldings,Blashford. Formerly Woolmer Farm. 2 storeys. Tiled roof with three chimneys. Flemish bond structure. 5-bay front. Casement windows.
SU150083:Implement:Neolithic polished chert axe. Found on ploughed land which was formerly part of lbsiey Airfield. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE1.
SU150092:House:Dairy Cottage, lbsley. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Rendered brick structure. 3-bay front.
SU150095:Cottage:The Cottage, lbsley. Single-storey and attic. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Casement windows with leaded lights.
SU150096:Cottages (2):60 yds north of The Old Smithy, Ibsley. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Thatched roof. Wood mullioned windows below and casement windows with leaded lights above.
SU150096:House:The Old Smithy, lbsley. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. L-shaped plastered structure. Wooden casements with leaded lights.
SU150097:Bridge:lbsley. Ashlar and of three spans with round arches. Stringcourse at ground level. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants & l.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p. 305.
SU150127:Cottage:No. 119, close to Bickton Crossroads. 1 -storey and attic. Thatched roof, half-hipped on the left, hipped on the right, swept dow'n over the porch. Casement windows.
SU150141:Building (Site):St. John Baptist Hospital for poor travellers. Founded 1272, and dissolved 1546. Foundation walls visible in part, but no other remains. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE5. Ref: 1. Mediaeval Religious Houses, 1953, (Knowles-Hadcock), p.271. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.576.
SU150183:Cottages:Yew Tree Farm. Upper Street. Half-timbered and brick. Thatch roof. Leaded lights. Internal evidence of early Cruck construction of C.14 date.
SU150184:Farmhouse:Upper Street. Detached. Half-timbered. Brick structure. Thatched roof. Lower panels filled with herringbone pattern. Leaded lights.
SU150185:Cottage:The Depot, Upper Street. Detached. Half- timbered, brick structure. Thatched roof. C.19 cast iron casements.
SU150186:Cottage:Estate Office, Upper Street. Detached. Brick structure. Half-timbered with modern clay tiled roof. Leaded lights.
SU150187:Cottage:Park Gate. Detached. Half-timbered and brick. Thatched roof. C. 1 9 cast iron casements.
SU151001:Farmhouse:Lower Bisterne Farm, Bisterne. 2 storeys and attic. Old tiled roof with flanking chimneys. Colour washed brick structure. Casement windows with one dormer.
SU151007:House:Bisterne House, Bisterne. 2 storeys. Slate roof. The walls are roughcast on moulded plinth. The west front has flanking gabled wings and stone columns at each porch. Casement windows. Pineapple ornaments are built into the wall over each first floor window. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE21.
SU151045:House:Nos. 133 and 135, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Red Brick. Tile roof. Gable-end chimneys. Four bays. Front rendered. Sash windows. Large extension to rear. No. 133's front wall has family names incised in plaster from 1743.
SU151051:Building:Clark's Almshouses, Quomp. 1843. 2 storeys. Red brick structure with stone dressings. Slate roof with elaborate Tudor style chimneys. Double gabled porch.
SU151079:Axe:Found in gravel from area north of Blashford. Now in Red House Museum, Christchurch. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE25.
SU151127:Farmhouse:Old Malt House, Bickton. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with flanking chimneys. Casement windows. Plain ledged central door.
SU151149:Trees:Burgate Park, Fordingbridge. Several trees of differing species standing in the area. Centred on grid reference.
SU151157:Farmhouse:Burgate Farm, north of lane to Tirnber's Cross. Altered C.17 and C.18. 2 storeys. Hipped, thatched roof and 3 shafted chimneys with off-set heads. Centre part upper storey is timber-framed in a colourwashed brick structure. Ledged door in heavy frame. Timber-framed wing to the rear.
SU151180:Cottage:Park Gates. Detached. Half-timbered and brick. Thatched roof. C.19 cast iron casements.
SU151198:Probable Long Barrow:South west of North Charford Down Farm. 120ft. long, 90ft. wide and 4ft. high. No side ditches visible. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE4. Ref: 1. Neolithic Wessex 1932. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.205.
SU152042:Houses (3):Nos. 43 and 45, Quomp and No. 53, Hightown Road. 2 storeys. Tile and slate roofs. Painted brick and stucco walls.
SU152048:House :Southend House, No. 18, Hightown Road. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof with flanking chimneys. Painted brick ground floor with false timber-framing on upper storey. Four bays. Sash windows.
SU152093:House:The Malt House, lbsley. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with gable ends. Flemish bond structure with stringcourse. Modern casement windows.
SU152106:Pot:North of Huckles Bridge. 1927. Lost from Salisbury Museum during World War I I. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE9.
SU152146:House:Burgate Manor. The Game Conservancy. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Roman cement structure with first floor string course. Central semi-circular bow with one bay on either side. Service wing at rear.
SU152155:Building:The Hour-Glass Cafe, Lower Burgate. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling some herring bone. Hipped thatched roof with central chimney. Casement windows and two semi-dormers. 1-storey, weatherboarded extension to right with one window.
SU152156:House:Tudor Rose. Small house formerly two cottages. Thatched roof. Colour washed brick infilling. To the right, 1 -storey and attic. Two semi-dormers and two wooden casements. Central door. To the left, 2 storeys with five casement windows. Thatched hood to the porch.
SU152163:Cottage:Lilac Cottage. 1 -storey and attic. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Irregular casement windows and door. Ground floor windows have shutters.
SU152190:Building:Breamore House. 1583. 2-storeys and attic. Tiled roof. Brick structure with ashlar dressings. E-shaped. Diagonal brick chimney stacks. Stone mullioned windows. Central porch in a 9-window front. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE8. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.143-4.
SU152190:Stables:Breamore House. Single storey. Tiled roof. Brick structure with ashlar dressings. Central pediments.
SU153041:Hotel:Moortown Hotel. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Painted brick walls. It has a central porch with Doric columns.
SU153084:Chapel (Site):On field which formed part of Ibsley Airfield. Known as Chappell Field in 1664. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, (Powell), p. 567.
SU153093:House:lbsley House, lbsley. Circa 1835. 2 storeys. Hipped slate roof with rendered chimney stacks. Painted flemish bond walls. Sash windows.
SU153141:Coin:Located in the garden of Avon Lodge. 1930. A coin of Constantine 306-337 A.D. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE8.
SU153152:Manor (Site):In pasture field south of Burgate Manor Farm. Pulled down after a fire circa 1800. Some materials re-used to construct the present Burgate House. No traces remain at site. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE19. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.569-70. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.236.
SU153163:Farmhouse and Cottages:Burgate Cross Farm and four cottages to the north. 2 storeys. Thatched roofs. Brick structures, one rendered. Irregular windows and plain doors.
SU153163:Wooden Cross (Site):Burgate Cross. Removed and replaced 1939 when road widened. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE16. Ref: The New Forest, 1863, (Wise), p.120.
SU153175:Cottage:Compton's, Marsh Lane. Detached. Brick and thatch structure. Evidence of late Cruck construction in end wall.
SU153188:Building:Breamore Cottage Barn. A converted barn. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Central Queen-post truss. Weather-boarded.
SU153188:Cottage:Breamore Cottage. 2 storeys. Tiled roof with brick chimney stacks. Brick structure.
SU153188:Cottage:Church Cottage. Single storey and attic. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Casement windows.
SU153188:Stone Coffins (4):St. Mary's churchyard. Two have lids and two have not. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE5.
SU154041:House:Moortown House, No. 207, Christchurch Road. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Brick structure. Five bays.
SU154056:House:Vyne House, No. 103, Southampton Road. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Slate roof. Three bays. Casement windows.
SU154177:Cottages (2):Capscor and adjoining cottage. 2-storeys. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick in- filling. Wood casements. North end of Capscor weatherboarded.
SU154182:Cottages (3):Willow Cottage and two cottages to the north. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with brick chimney stacks. Timber-framed with brick infilling - some wattle and daub. Wood casements.
SU155064:Gravel Pits:Part of the Blashford and Ibsley complex, several pits have yet to be excavated. Kingfisher Lake is of national importance for the wetland birdlife it supports.
SU155115:Landscape Feature:Some of the Blashford and lbsley Pits are in this area. Those completed support a rich wetland birdiife. Nationally important to wildlife conservation.
SU155176:Building:Marsh Farm Cottages. Thatched roof. Timber- framed with brick infilling. North end weather- boarded. South end slate-hung. Wood casements.
SU155183:Cottage:The Marsh. Detached, half-timbered and brick. Thatched. Timber and thatched addition.
SU156061:Tree:No. 74, Northfield Road. One walnut at the rear.
SU156181:Area of Ecological Importance:Breamore Marsh. An important surviving manorial green still in use for grazing. Grassland flora, whilst limited, is of interest in the extent its species composition is derived from its grazing history. The marsh and ponds are exceptionally rich in aquatic flora. Area centred on grid reference.
SU156182:Cottage:Marshlands, The Marsh. Detached, brick. Half- timbered and thatched. Rebuilt front elevation C.19 cast iron windows. New bow window to front.
SU157057:Trees:Southampton Road. Several trees of differing species.
SU157143:Cottage:Criddlestyle Cottage. 1-storey and attic. Half- hipped old tiled roof with chimney to left of centre, South front has two hipped semi-dormer windows. Two small-paned casement windows on ground floor. Ledged door. Renovated and restored 1973.
SU157143:Manor House (Site):Manor of Cridlestyle or East Mill. Site is now marked by a farm and mill. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE6. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.571.
SU157180:Cottages:North east of the marsh. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Wood casements.
SU158178:Building:Marsh Holding, Breamore Marsh. 2-storeys. Timber-framed with some diagonal braces and brick nogging. Part of the rear and north gable is wattle and daub panelling. Hipped thatched roof with two eyebrow dormers. Three casement windows and simple doorcase.
SU158178:Stocks:West side of A338. Consist of two weathered oak planks set in upright posts which have modern strengthening timbers at the sides. A modern roof has been erected over them. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE13.
SU158179:Cottage:The Thatched Cottage. Early to mid C. 1 6 with probably C.18 additions to left hand side. 1 to 2 storeys. Timber-framed with brick nogging and brick addition to left. Square framing with some diagonal braces. Hipped thatched roof. C.17 brick chimney stack. Two 4-casement windows. Simple doorcase. Later lean-to extension to rear and side.
SU158181:Cottage:Doddington Cottage, The Marsh. Stone, flint and brick structure. Tiled roof. Barn converted to a cottage. Tiled roof surmounted by tiled dovecote.
SU158181:House:Dodington House. Tudor style. 2 storeys. Tiled roof, Brick structure. 3-window front. Mullioned windows and an embattled porch,
SU158186:Barn:North Street Farm. Timber cladding and frame structure. Brick base walls. Thatched.
SU158186:Farmhouse:North Street Farmhouse. Half-timbered and brick. Tiled roof. Some leaded lights, also C.19 cast iron windows.
SU159080:Inn:Alice Lisle, Rockford. Formerly a school. 2 storeys. Gabled roof. Brick structure. Casement windows.
SU159115:House:Gorley Cross, south of road junction. 2 storeys. Brick. Hipped thatched roof. A 5-bay front with half glazed door in second bay from right-hand in C.19 porch. Right-hand ground floor window is a 3-light sash.
SU159177:House:Old Dairy Cottage, formerly Green's Farm House. Part of 1 storey remainder 2-storey. Originally thatched, now tiled. Brick structure, half tile-hung on north side. Sash and casement windows.
SU159178:House:Merryfield. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with end brick chimney stacks. Brick structure. Casement windows with leaded lights. 2-window front. Recent extension at rear.
SU160080:Cottage:Heather Cottage, Rockford. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with whitewashed brick infilling. 3-bay front.
SU160080:Cottage:Near to Heather Cottage, Rockford. 2 storeys. Slate roof, originally thatched. Brick structure. Central door. Upper windows half-dormer.
SU160134:Iron Foundry:Armfields Engineering Company, Stuckton. An iron foundry has stood on this site since the 1770s. The necessary sand iron core, charcoal, and moulding sand were obtained locally. It is said, but not verified, that the first portable steam traction engines were made here in the early C.19. The company still manufactures and installs mill machinery. Ref: Hampshire Industrial Archaeology, a guide, (Ellis), p.13.
SU161057:Tree:South of Gingerbread Cottage, Eastfield Lane. An individual oak.
SU161058:Inn:The White Hart, Poulner. 2 storeys. Hipped old tile roof. Stucco on brick walls. Casement windows and panelled doors.
SU161103:Farmhouse:Newtown Farm, South Gorley. Probably of 3-celled lobby entrance type. 11/2 storey with single storey addition. Half-hipped thatch roof. Timber-framed with small framing. Rendered panel infill. Irregular windows. Original entrance blocked.
SU161109:House:Venard's, North Gorley. 2 storeys. Brick with moulded stringcourse under first floor cill. Hipped old tile roof. Rectangular chimney to south of centre with offset head. West front of 5 bays with centre bay slightly projecting. Upper window is framed by stone Doric pilasters. Half-glazed central door in plain stone surround.
SU161142:Pottery:Located on farmland east of Criddlestyle. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE1. Ref: 'Accession Book', Salisbury Museum.
SU162069:Almshouses:Linbrook Almshouses. 2 storeys. Half-hipped tiled roof. Brick structure, tile hung at south end. 3-bay front. Stone mullioned windows on ground floor.
SU162084:Stables:Moyles Court. 2 storeys. Tiled roof. Brick structure. Stone mullioned windows on ground floor. Oval windows above. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.210.
SU162085:House:Moyles Court. 2 storeys and attic. Hipped tiled roof. Brick structure. 2-bay projecting wings in front. Raised brick quoins. Heavy eaves moulding. Fine staircase with carved tread ends. Now called Manor House School. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE3. Ref: 1. Country Life, 5, 26, p.876. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevnser and Lloyd), p.210. Ref: 3. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.563-4.
SU162103:Cottage:South Gorley. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Timber- framed with brick infilling. Casement windows.
SU162105:Cottage:Opposite school, South Gorley. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. L-shaped brick structure. Timber-framed. Casement windows.
SU162105:Cottage:South Gorley. Tiled roof, originally thatched. Timber-framed, flemish bond structure. South end rendered. 3-bay front. Casement windows. Modern extension to the rear.
SU162174:Bridge:Breamore Bridge. 1867. Brick structure. Three spans with segmental headed arches and a plain parapet.
SU162174:Building:Breamore Mill. 2 storeys. Tiled roof. Brick structure. Casement windows. Two channels for water. C. 1 9 double gabled front extension.
SU162178:Stone Coffins (3):Priory Meadows, Breamore. On site of Canon's Burial Ground, St. Michael's Priory. O.S.A. SU11 NE12. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 2, p.p. 168-70. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p. 596.
SU163088:Bowl Barrows (2):Newlands Plantation. A - 14 m diameter, 0.9 m high. B - Apparently destroyed by erection of wartime buildings. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE4.
SU163126:Farmhouse:Hyde Farm. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick, left-hand part timber-framed, ground floor colourwashed brick, upper plaster infilling. Thatched roof. Right-hand part of three bays. 6-panelled flush door to right-hand of centre bay. Hipped thatched roof.
SU164058:House:Merryweathers Farmhouse, Southampton Road. L-shaped building. 2 storeys. Painted brick. Hipped,tiledroof. Firstfloorcasementwindows, ground floor sash. Part of one wing is tile-hung.
SU164062:Cottage:Brook Cottage, Butler's Lane. 1720. 2 storeys. Thatched roof with a slate roof extension. Brick structure, pebble dashed on front and east walls. Victorian metal framed windows on ground floor. Wood casements on first floor.
SU164062:Cottage:Homestead, Linford Road. Thatched roof with tiled roof extension. 11/2 storeys. Brick structure Victorian metal-framed window.
SU164062:Cottage:Poulner Farm House, Butler's Lane. 1711. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Victorian metal-framed windows on ground floor. Wood casements on upper storey. Thatched porch.
SU164062:Trees:Poulner Farm. Trees consist of one walnut and one yew.
SU164067:Barn:Adjoining North Poulner's Farm. Three bays. Slate roof. Timber-framed with brick infilling.
SU164067:House:Near North Poulner's Farm. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Brick structure with a 4-bay front.
SU164113:Earthworks:Gorley Hill. Hilifort. Now destroyed. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE12. Ref: Ancient Earthworks of the New Forest, 1917, p.p. 45-7.
SU164129:Trees:Frogham Lane, Frogham. Four oak trees standing in this area.
SU165038:Bowl Barrow:South east of Moyles Court. 17 m in diameter and 0.8 m high. Surmounted by two fir trees on summit of a spur. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE7.
SU165075:Landscape Feature:Blashford and lbsley gravelpits. Pits still worked. Those completed support a rich wetland birdiife, which in several pits is of national importance to wildlife conservation.
SU165078:Bowl Barrow (Site):Bigsburn Hill. Slight mound mutilated by wartime buildings. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p. 359.
SU165085:Landscape Feature:Moyles Court Gravelpit. Part of Blashford and lbsley gravelpits complex, of ornithological interest, gravel still remains to be extracted from the area.
SU165112:Implement:Stone celt found at Gorley Hall. Local tertiary ironstone found 1915. Now in Salisbury Museum. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE13. Ref: 1. Ancient Earthworks in the New Forest, 1917, pp.48-59. Ref: 2. Salisbury Museum Accession Book and Neolithic Catalogues.
SU165142:Occupation Site:South of Mews Hill Copse. Now a disused gravel pit. Excavated to four or five metres, some pottery found.
SU165142:Pottery:Located at permanent caravan site in old gravel pit. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE1. Ref: 'Accession Book'. Salisbury Museum.
SU165142:Pottery:Located east of caravan site in old gravel pit. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE1. Ref: 'Accession Book', Salisbury Museum.
SU165142:Pottery:Located north west of Mews Hill Copse. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE25.
SU165180:Area of Ecological Importance:Avon Valley. Flood plain has important fauna, flora and birdiife. Winter flooding provides an important wildfowl resort.
SU166065:Implement:Poulner Gravel Pit. 3ins. long and 1 in. thick. In private collection. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1924, (Crawford), p. 173-8.
SU166068:Cottage:220 yds. north east of house near North Poulner's Farm. 2-storeys. Half-hipped thatched roof. Timber-framed with brick and plaster infilling. Casement windows.
SU166077:Bowl Barrow:Bigsburn Hill. 19 m diameter and 1.9 m high. Bracken covered. Mutilated bv wartime trench. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE9. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 359.
SU166161:Hand Axe:Castle Hill. Found by villager in 1927. On display in Fordingbridge Town Hall. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE36.
SU167062:Houses (2):Yew Tree Cottage and The Yews, Poulner. 2 storeys. Thatched roofs. Colourwashed brick structure. Casement windows. Both properties have large clipped yew porches.
SU167063:Implement:Poulner Gravel Pit. Yellow stained hand axe with squared flat butt. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1924, (Crawford), pp.173-8.
SU167079:Enclosure:Adjoining Chatley Wood. Remains of a small sub- rectangular enclosure formed by a bank with outer ditch. Possibly an animal pound. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE28. Ref: P.H.F.C., 1966, Vol. 5, (Pasmore), p.5.
SU167082:Hand Axe:Found on road between Moyles Court and Linbrook, in gravel from Daniell's Hill Gravel Pit. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1924, (Crawford), p. 176.
SU167099:Bowl Barrows (2) (Sites):South east of Newtown. An in-urned cremation of an adult female found in the centre of one barrow. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE19. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), pp.19, 229, 358. Ref: 2. Transactions of the Bournemouth Field Club and Archaeological Society, 1922, Vol. 14, (Sumner), pp.69-78.
SU167107:House:Cuckoo Hill, South Gorley. Built in 1903, by Heywood Sumner, artist, engraver, writer, archaeologist and antiquarian. Ref: The Book of Gorley, (Sumner).
SU167152:Hill Fort:Frankenbury camp, south of Folds Farm. Covers 11 acres. Steep natural slopes on west and south sides. North east sides defended by rampart and ditch. Original entrance has since been widened. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE21. Ref: Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), pp.174-5.
SU167190:Chapel (Site):South Charfield Farm. Built 1374 and demolished 1777 when old material was granted for the enlarging and rebuilding of the church of Hale. Site now occupied by a large yew tree. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE7. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, (Moger & Powell), p.p. 562-3.
SU168143:Trees:Godshill. Adjacent to Arniss Lane and adjoining the B3078.
SU168189:Cottages:Nos. 1 -2, Dairy Cottages, South Charford Farm. Hipped tiled roof. Brick structure with large ashlar quoins. L-shaped plan. 2 storeys. Some timber-framing at rear. Wood casements.
SU168190:Ancient Site:Deserted mediaeval village site of South Charford. Hundred - Fordingbridge. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE6. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, pp.436-9, 478-9, 485, 488, 495. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.559-64. Ref: 3. Deserted Mediaeval Villages, (Beresford and Hurst).
SU169039:Implement:Found in pit at Crow Hill. Smooth, rolled, and patinated white. 4ins. long and 1 in. thick. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1924, (Crawford), p.p. 173-8.
SU169082:Burial Site & Round Barrows (2) (Sites):Rockford Common. Many finds including urned and unurned cremations, post-holes and hearths, pits, gullies, an area of burnt flint, flakes and scrapers, and arrowheads. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE26.
SU169083:Flint Scraper:Found on Rockford Common 1964. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE29. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section, No. 4, 1965, (Pasmore), p. 10.
SU169108:Trees:Cuckoo Copse, Gorley. Interesting area of ash woodland.
SU170065:Chapel:Baptist, 1840. Hipped thatched roof. Cob walls with modern sloping buttresses. The south west end has a rounded thatched porch.
SU170082:Flints & Burnt Matter:Rockford Common. Burnt matter in association with worked flints found in pit. Site now destroyed by gravel workings. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE23.
SU170084:Pillow Mounds (44) & Enclosure:Rockford Common. Each mound comprises a rectangular raised area surrounded in whole, or part, by a ditch. Five of these abutt the inside of a large irregular-shaped enclosure. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE6.
SU170168:Cottage:Old Beams, Lane End. Main structure brick. Some timber-framing with brick infill. Thatched and tiled roof. L-shaped plan. Very old beams.
SU170174:Cottage:Merrie Gardens. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with cob infilling.
SU170175:Tree:Trims Grove. A single yew standing in the area centred on grid reference.
SU170176:Village Hall:Built 1930-31. When erected, two students from the London College of Art (now Professor Baker and Edward Payne) were commissioned, by the Carnegie Trust, to decorate the walls entirely with murals. They painted the village as it was then, the poachers looking down from Castle Hill, the Sunday School in the Methodist Church, the folk dancing, fruit picking, the Horse and Groom, the village flower show, making cider, and the caretaker lighting the stove. The BBC, in a broadcast in 1973 called it the Village on the Wall.
SU170178:Monastic Grange (Site):Barns Farm. Probable site of monastic grange, part of the Priory of Breamore. Last mentioned 1581-2. No trace remains. O.S.A. No SU11 NE17. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.598.
SU170194:Building:North Charford Manor House. 3-storey, centre flanked by 1 storey wings. 2-storey wing to north. T-shaped plan. Tile and slate roofs. Plastered brick walls. Sash and casement windows.
SU170196:Ancient Site:Deserted mediaeval village site of North Charford. Hundred - Fordingbridge. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE33. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, pp.478-9, 485. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.559-64. Ref: 3. Deserted Mediaeval Villages, (Beresford and Hurst).
SU171063:Implements:Plano-convex knife found at Hangersley Hill 1931. Now in Winchester Museum. Flint celt found in the same area 1938. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE14.
SU171170:Palaeolithic Implements:Large series in the Blackmore Collection. Site now a disused gravel pit. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE14.
SU171173:Cottage:Vine Cottage. Thatched roof. Cob and brick walls. Very old beams. Part modernised.
SU171175:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage. Thatched roof. Timber- framed with cob infilling.
SU172126:Trees:Sesry Lane, Frogham Hill. Several cedar, Scots pine, chestnut standing in this area. Centred on grid reference.
SU172130:Implement:Palstave axe found on approach road to Tangle- wood, Blissford Hill. The axe has deep flanges. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE3. Ref: Morley Hewitt Collection.
SU172174:Cottages (2):Gateway and Corner Cottage. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with cob infilling.
SU173049:Axe:Found in pit beside road at Hightown Hill. Made of cherty flint. 5 3/4ins. long and 2ins thick. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE1. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1924, (Crawford), p. 177.
SU173176:Cottage:Oldings. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with cob infilling. Part modernised.
SU174072:Trees:Highwood Copse, Linford.
SU174105:Barrows (6):lbsley Common. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.p. 19, 229, 358.
SU174149:Coins:Found behind either Redlands or Garden Cottage, Godshill. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE4. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.345. Ref: 2. Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Vol. 22, 1866, p.358.
SU174149:Pottery:Garden Cottage, Godshill. Located behind the cottage. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE1. Ref: 'Accession Book', Salisbury Museum.
SU174165:Flints:North Godshill Wood Farm. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE31. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section 5, 1966, (Pasmore), p. 6.
SU175060:Cremation:Forest Corner Farm, Poulner Hill. Food bowl found along with cremation. Patch of charcoal and burnt bone. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE13
SU175076:Boiling Mound (Remains):Stream edge at Waterslade Bottom. Comprises a scatter of burnt flint with indications of a trough cut into the clay. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE24. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, 1967, (Pasmore and Pallister), p.15.
SU176035:Implement:Found at Bagnum Pit, Crow Hill. Length 3 3/4ins. Originally yellow stained. White flint revealed where damaged by frost. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE2. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1924, (Crawford), pp. 173-8.
SU176059:Implement:In field adjoining Belle Vue Nursery. Creamy white in colour. 4 5/8ins long and 1 3/8ins thick. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE12. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1924, (Crawford), pp.173-8.
SU176134:Trees:Chilly Hill, Blissford. Several Scots pines, oaks and birch standing in the area. Centred on grid reference.
SU176170:Pottery and Flints:South Woodgreen Common. Indeterminate sherds and flakes. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE35. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section 5, 1966, (Pasmore), p.6.
SU176173:Cottage:Thorn Cottage. Tiled roof. Rendered brick structure. Semi-detatched. Modernised.
SU177124:Trees:Fairacre. Several trees of different species stand- ing in this area.
SU177167:Area of Ecological Importance:Two thirds of this parish is an area of woodland, heathland, acid grassland, scrub and valley bog. Supporting a richness and diversity of wildlife, with flora and fauna of international scientific importance. Centred on grid reference.
SU177170:Calcined Flints:South Woodgreen Common. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE34. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section 5, 1966, (Pasmore), p. 6.
SU177189:Farmhouse:Dairy House Farm. 2 storeys. Brick with hipped tiled roof. Hipped dormer. Two chimneys. Diamond leaded windows. Plank door. Detached.
SU178116:Bowl Barrow:100 yds north of parish boundary. 10.0 m diameter and 0.5 m high. No trace of surround- ing ditch. Heather covered. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE17. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p.359.
SU178129:View:From Abbotswell end of Hyde Common. Views across surrounding countryside.
SU178148:Boiling Mounds (Possible Site):Rookham Bottom. No traces on sites. Calcine flints in adjacent stream suggest possibly in the vicinity. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE29.
SU178186:Church:Church of St. Mary. Rebuilt in 1717 by Archer, but C. 1 7 nave and chancel retained. Walls of stone, interior plastered. Cruciform plan. Plain tiled roof. Small oak bell tower with hipped tiled roof. Small bell in tower tolled by rope passing through main roof to church floor. Concave semi-circular wooden roof. Stained glass windows in chancel and south trasept. Three fine C.18 monuments. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.263-4.
SU178186:Lych Gate:In churchyard of St. Mary, at west end of church. Tiled roof.
SU178188:Ancient Site:Deserted mediaeval village of Hale, due to the Black Death. Hundred = Fordingbridge. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p. 577. Ref: 2. Inquisitio post mortem, June 24 1356. Ed I I I.
SU179185:House:Hale House. 2 storeys, basements and attics. Cement rendered walls. 7-window front. Portico with pediment and Corinthian columns. Sash windows. 2-storeyed bay to west. Slate roof.
SU179185:Service Wings and Balustrade:Hale House. The service wings flank the house but are detached. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Cement rendered walls. Curved wall on each side of forecourt with ball finials. Ashlar balustrade with turned balusters.
SU179195:Farmhouse:Searchfield Farm. 2 storeys. Brick with tiled roof. Doorway with peaked hood. Stone frame windows with leaded lights. Searchfield Farm was the old manor house originally named Serchville Hall.
SU180177:Cottage:Higher End Cottage. Detached cottage of Elizabethan date. 2 storeys. Brick structure with oak beams. Tiled roof. One central chimney.
SU181006:Round Barrow:North west of Avon Tyrrell. 24 m in diameter and 2 m high. No ditch visible. Mutilated. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE14.
SU181109:Bowl Barrow:Ibsley Common. 10 m diameter and approximately 2.3 m high. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE19. Ref: 1. Proceedings of the Bournemouth Natural Science Society. Vol. 14, (Sumner), pp.9-10. Ref; 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.359.
SU181112:Bowl Barrow:Ibsley Common. 11 m diameter and 0.6 m high. Heather covered. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE18.
SU181112:Bowl Barrow:On parish boundary. 11.0 m diameter and 0.6 m high. No surrounding ditch. Heather covered. An unmarked boundary pillar is situated 30 yds north of the barrow amongst hollows. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE18. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p.359.
SU181129:Coin:North north east of Ogdens Farm. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE22.
SU181149:Hand Axe:Found at Godshill Ridge 1946. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE31
SU182017:Bowl Barrow:Bisterne Common. Only slightly mutilated. No visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE11.
SU182143:Trees:Forest Cottage Farm, Godshill. Centred on grid reference.
SU183003:Implement:Polished flint axe found south of Hillside Farm, a few inches below the surface. Retained by Bournemouth Archaeological Centre. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE20.
SU183051:Area of Scenic Beauty:An area of typical lowland flora and fauna. Internationally of great ecological and biological importance. Centred on grid reference.
SU183149:Boiling Mound (Site):East of Godshill Green. Concentration of calcined fIints on stream bed. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE21. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section 8, 1969, (Pasmore), p.7.
SU183188:Farmhouse:Home Farm. Built 1772. Detached. 2 storeys. Brick with tiled roof. Four chimneys with oversailing courses. Wooden casement windows. Doorway with peaked hood.
SU183189:Granary:Hale Lane, 40m north of Home Farm. Large weather-boarded, timber-framed granary. Supported on seven staddle stones at the sides and four at the front. Corrugated iron roof.
SU184007:Bowl Barrow:North of Hillside Farm. Traces of a ditch are visible on the east and west sides. To the north and south it was destroyed by Hollow ways. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE15.
SU184039:Boundary Mound:Kaveneburgh, Knaves Ash. Large circular mound with pine trees growing upon it. Possibly incorporates a barrow. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE10. Ref: Records of Burley, 1951, (Hardcastle), p.224.
SU184087:Flint Scraper:Found at Appleslade. In private ownership. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE15. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section, 1968, (Pasmore & MacKenzie).
SU185002:House:Avon Tyrrell. North west of Shirley Common. Designed by Professor Lethaby. Slate and tile roof. Brick structure with tile hanging. 2 storeys. Detached. Many windows. Closed porch. Six wooden doors, one with glass panels.
SU185015:Heathland:Bisterne Common. An area of heathland and valley bog, continuous with the New Forest, but outside its perambulation, with good typical species.
SU185036:Barrow:East of Knaves Ash Farm. 24m. in diameter and 1.9m. high. No ditch. Pine trees growing upon it. Boundary stone at the summit. Barrow originally called 'Kaveneburgh' in Edward I's perambulations dated 1289. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE10. Ref: Records of Burley, 1951, (Hardcastle), p.224.
SU185128:Sarsen Stone No. 27A:Located north east of Ogdens Farm. One example of sandstone boulders dating from prehistoric times which were often used in olden days for religious purposes and also served as boundary marks in fields. Ref: 1. The Kennet Valley Sarson Industry, Wessex Archaeolocal Magazine 63, 1968, pp.83-93. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 2, Nos. 9-10, p.116.
SU185185:House:The Old Rectory. 2 storeys and attics. Brick and tile structure. Wooden sash windows. Case- ment windows to attic. Sloping, closed porch. Wooden doors.
SU187040:Milestone:Knaves Ash. Circa. 1823.
SU188002:Bowl Barrow (Site):East of Avon Tyrrell. No trace visible on the ground. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE17.
SU188135:Bowl Barrow:Hampton Ridge. 8.0 m in diameter and 0.8 m high. Heather covered. O.S.A. No. SU 1 1 SE7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.358.
SU189009:Barrow:Lugden Barrow, Ringwood/Burley parish boundary. 13m. in diameter and 0.4m. high. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE16. Ref: 1. Records of Burley, (Hardeastle), p. 226. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.361.
SU189009:Bowl Barrow:Lugden Barrow. A vague mound 13.0 m in diameter and 0.4 m high. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE16. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.361. Ref: 2. Records of Burley, 1951, (Hardcastle), p.226.
SU189037:Bowl Barrow:Rifle Range, Strodgemoor Bottom. 20.5m. in diameter and 1.6 high. Surrounded by a ditch 1.5m. wide. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE6.
SU190171:Crop Mark:East of Warrenhouse Copse. Small circular ditch-like feature. Area now under pasture. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE22.
SU190191:Building:Hatchett Lodge. Hale House circa 1815. Slate roof. Stucco walls. Doric portico over central door. Sash windows. Two pairs of brick and stone gate piers, large gate and spearhead rails.
SU191061:Trees:Picket Post, on Ellingham/Ringwood Parish boundary. Adjoining the north side of A.31.
SU191190:Cottages (2):Drove Cottage and adjoining cottage. 1-storey and attic. Thatched roof with three ridge chimneys. Red brick structure. Casement windows. Dormers at rear.
SU191191:Cottages (2):Blackbrook and Doves Ground. One and a half storeys. Hipped thatched roof with central brick ridge chimney. Painted brick structure. 4-bay front. Casement windows. Three eye-brow dormers. Two porches.
SU192102:Pottery Kilns (Sites):The Spinney. North of Higher Farm. All of the upright type. One has never been fired. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE15.
SU192123:Flints:Great and Little Witch. Worked flints, flakes and a scraper found. O.S.A. No. SU 1 1 SE24. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section, Report 3, 1963, (Pasmore), p.4.
SU192190:Cottage:The Old Thatch, Hatchet Green. 11/2 storeys. Thatched roof. Cob walls on brick footings. 4-bay front casement windows. Catslide over trellis porch.
SU192191:Cottage:The Old Post Office, Hatchet Green. Formerly three cottages. Long, single storey, thatched building with two brick ridge chimneys. Cob walls on brick footings. C. 1 9 casement windows.
SU192191:Cottages (2):The Old Dame School, Hatchet Green. 1- storey and attic. Thatched roof with two ridge chimneys. Cob walls on brick footing. Dormers cut into thatch. Gabled iron hoods on porch.
SU193057:View Point:Picket Plain. Open forest views to Purbeck and Cranbourne Chase, from footpath Picket Post to Burley Street.
SU193134:Bowl Barrow:Hampton Ridge. 5.0 m in diameter and 0.5 m high. Traces of surrounding ditch. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE27.
SU193160:Boiling Mound (Site):North of Cockley Hill. Cross-section is visible in the south bank of a stream. The mound has been filled with burnt earth and flints then sealed below 0.4 metres of topsoil. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE23. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, 1967, (Pasmore-Pallister), p15.
SU193182:Boiling Mound:Hale Purlieu, south east of Hale Farm. Perfect crescent shape. 12 m across and up to 0.5 m high. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE26.
SU193186:Pot Base:Found Hatchet Copse. Fragment of course gritty ware, retained by Fordingbridge Town Hall. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE20.
SU193191:Open Space:Hatchet Green. Taken over by the Parish Council in 1975 because no owner could be traced.
SU193191:Trees:Hatchet Green. Various species including oak, ash, birch, holly, lawson cypress, chestnut and hawthorn. Centred on grid reference.
SU194009:Barrow:Dur Hill lnclosure.
SU194033:Physio-graphical Feature:North-east of Cranes Moor. Conical hill.
SU194055:Milestone:Picket Plain. Circa 1823.
SU194107:Pottery Kilns (5) (Sites):Linwood, in the ground of Clonmore. Many pieces of New Forest ware found. Large jar with cover, now retained by the British Museum. Other finds retained by Salisbury Museum.
SU194182:Possible Pillow Mound:South east of Hale Farm. 17 m long, 7 m wide and up to 1.2 m high. Built of gravel and flanked by ditches. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE30.
SU194191:Barrow (Remains):Windmill Ball'. Almost certainly a mill mound, possibly over the original barrow. 22 m in diameter and up to 2 m high. Surrounded by a ditch. Centre removed. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE18. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1935.
SU195085:Site of Natural Interest:Three-quarters of the eastern part of the parish is an area rich in diverse fauna, flora and wildlife, and is of international scientific importance.
SU195171:Worked Flints:South of Millersford Copse 1967. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE25.
SU195192:Pound (Site):Near site of barrow at Hatchet Green.
SU197078:Enclosure:Abercombe Bottom. Possible mediaeval pig pound. Small oval enclosure with traces of an outer ditch on north side. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE27.
SU197196:Cottages (2):Woodfalls Cross. The thatched cottage and cottage adjoining it on the south. 1-storey brick structure. Thatched roof, half-hipped eaves. Central chimney stack, two casement windows, and two doors in long front. Two eyebrow dormers.
SU198028:Barrow:Burnt Axon-Church Moor. 13.5m. diameter, 1.3m. high. Surrounded by a ditch. Bracken covered. Much mutilated by rabbits. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE7. Ref: 1. Records of Burley, p.201. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.360.
SU198051:Woodland:Vereley Wood. Ref: Record of Burley, p.178.
SU198174:Worked Flints:Located north of Cunninger Bottom. O.S.A. No. SU11 NE2. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section 7, 1968, (Pasmore and McKenzie), p. 5.
SU199000:Round Barrow:Cross Roads, Thorney Hill. On the boundaries of three parishes. No ditch visible. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE18.
SU199001:Bowl Barrow:Crossroads, Thorney Hill. On the boundaries of three parishes. All that remains is a semi-lunate mound. No trace of a ditch. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE18. Ref: 1. Records of Burley, p.214. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.361.
SU199021:Barrow:South-east of Cranes Moor. First mentioned in the Manor Perambulation of 1782. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 226.
SU199022:Barrow:Long Pond Barrow.
SU199036:Stonework:Commemorative Stone, Blackbush, Castle Hill Lane. Dated 1823. Erected by Thomas Eyre. Inscription reads:- 'Near this is the remains of a camp or castle either of the ancient Britons, Romans or Saxons, with the Agger. Valium, Fosse, Tumulus or Barrows. Be civil, quiet and useful, 1823'. Ref: Records of Burley, p.57.
SU199039:Earthwork:Castle Hill. Univailate hill fort. Encloses an area of about five acres. Surrounded by a single rampart and ditch. Interior overgrown and marshy in places. O.S.A. No. SU10 SE9. Ref: Records of Burley, p.203.
SU199042:Milestone:Copse Corner, Burley Street. Placed there by Thomas Eyre 1823. Inscribed 'Rest and be Thankful'. Ref: Records of Burley, p.209.
SU199083:Trees:Castle Hill to Burley Beacon. Including Ashen Wood and Coffins Hoims.
SU199089:Probable Hill Fort:CastlePiece'. Earthwork encloses 41/2 acres. Entrenchments are well spread but clearly defined gap in south east side is probably the original entrance. O.S.A. No. SU10 NE18. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), p.170, p.433. Ref: 2. Ancient Earthworks in the New Forest, 1917, (Sumner), p.26.
SU199110:Earthworks:North of High Corner Wood. Sub rectangular enclosure 10 m by 60 m. Bounded by a single bank with an outer ditch. Situated on the summit of a flat topped hill.
SU199121:Flints:East Hasley lnclosure. Flakes and a core with a band of charcoal exposed in ditch cut in 1962. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE28.
SU200038:House:Castle Top House. Tiled roof. Brick structure. Five chimneys. Twenty-four sash windows. Three French windows. Two wooden doors. The garden contains many fine specimen trees and shurbs. Ref: Records of Burley, p.203.
SU200042:House:Kenchington's. Thatched roof. Cob structure. Single storey, two rooms only. Large open fire place with inglenook.
SU200160:Area of Ecological Importance:The eastern half of the parish is within the New Forest S.S.S.I. It is a complex of woodland, heath- land and acid grassland, scrub and valley bog supporting a richness and diversity of flora, fauna and wildlife which is internationally important.
SU200180:Site of Natural Interest:Hale Purlieu. An area of heath and valley bog with typical flora and fauna, within the perambula- tions of the New Forest. Centred on grid reference.
SU201023:Cottage:Atkins Plot. Cob structure with brick extension. Slate roof. 2 storeys. Detached. One chimney. Apex of gable, brick. Casement windows with leaded lights. Brick porch. Ref: Records of Burley, p.134.
SU201030:Woodland:Coffin Holms and Beacon Hill. Mainly beech, oak and holly.
SU201039:Drove Way:Tyrrell's Lane. Traditionally, the route used by Waiter Tyrrell escaping after the death of William Rufus AD.1100. Ref: Records of Burley.
SU201042:Cottage:Old Cottage, Burley Street. Thatched roof. Cob rendered walls. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 176.
SU201042:Cottage:Ramblers. Brick, mixed bond and part-rendered structure. Thatched roof. Two chimney stacks. Fourteen small wooden casement windows. One thatched open porch. One closed porch with tiled sloping roof. Three wooden doors. Date stone on chimney breast. F.E. 1702. Ref: Records of Burley, p.173.
SU201042:Group of Buildings:Burley Street Green. Six dwellings of various ages and types make a pleasant scene grouped around the green.
SU201042:Milestone:Burley Street. Circa 1823. Ref: Records of Burley, p.173.
SU201043:Farmhouse:Burley Street. Rendered brick structure. Slate roof. 2 storeys. Three brick chimney stacks. Ref: Records of Burley, p.p. 138, 250
SU201045:Cottage:Tates Cottage, Burley Street. Described in The Terrier (1838) as Tates Shop Plot. Thatched roof. Stuccoed over cob walls. Ref: Records of Burley, p.251.
SU201048:Cottages:Coachhill Cottages. Slate roof, with central chimney, Brick structure. Nine wooden casement windows. Two brick porches with slate roofs. Ref: Records of Burley, p.207.
SU201059:Drove Way:Ridley Wood. Sunken track. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 242.
SU202043:House:Crossways, Burley Street. Former Beer Shop. Thatched roof. Mixed bond structure - part rendered. Modern additions. Ref: Records of Burley, pp.71, 176.
SU202073:Bowl Barrow:East of Handy Cross Plain. Extensively mutilated by large hollow in centre. No visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW3. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1930, (Grinsell), p. 360.
SU202101:Boiling Mound (Remains):Broomy Walk. 11 m diameter and 0.7 m high. Situated on south west side of a pond. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW31. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, 1967, (Pasmore & Pallister), p.15.
SU202141:Bowl Barrow:Ashley Cross Hill. Charcoal and fragments of very coarse urn found. 10.5 m diameter and 0.9 m high. Depression in centre. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW8. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.20. p.358. Ref: 2. The New Forest, 1882, (Wise), p.208.
SU202180:Urn:Middle Bronze Age bucket-shaped urn discovered at Millersford Plantation. O.S.A. No. SU21 NW11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 22, 1961, p.119.
SU202183:Boiling Mound:Hale Purlieu. South east of Hatchet Green. In an area of open forest.
SU203012:Cottage:Burley Cottage. Formerly Lower Varlie Farmhouse. Brick structure. Tiled roof, with two chimneys. Fourteen windows. Closed wooden porch. Wood additions with tiled roof. Ref: Records of Burley, p.238.
SU203024:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage, Pound Lane. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with cob rendered walls. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 189.
SU203041:Building:Forest House. Thatched roof. Painted, timber-framed structure, with mixed bond infilling. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 176, photograph p. 97.
SU203053:Lake and Garden:Vereley Lake within extensive C.20 garden with specimen shurbs. An area of outstanding interest. Ref: Records of Bueley, p. 178.
SU203060:Earthwork:Ridley Coppice. Surrounded by a bank and outer ditch of feeble profile. The earthwork is continuous except where broken by tracks and a hollow-way 4m. deep. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW2.
SU203062:Woodland:Ridley Wood. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 242.
SU203071:Stream Reach:Mill Lawn Brook with waterfall at site of old mill.
SU204012:Barrow (2):Whitten Pond. Situated on the edge of the pond. O.S.A. No. SU20 SW4. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 257.
SU204025:Cottage:Byways, Pound Lane. Thatched roof. Stretcher bond brick structure. Attractive C.20 rock garden.
SU204039:Farmhouse:Stocks Farm. So named because the village stocks stood on edge of road opposite the house. Timber-framed structure with Flemish bond, old rose bricks. Two blocked 'window tax' windows.
SU204040:Chantry Chapel (Possible Site):Field called Chapel Hay near Lady Well. O.S.A. No. SU20 SW3. Ref: The Records of Burley, 1951, (Hardcastle) pp.34, 145.
SU204133:Enclosure:South of Gaze Hill. Rectangular enclosure 1 0.0 m by 7.0 m. Probable swine pound. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW15. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., New Forest Section. Report 1, Jan. 1962, pp.5-7. Ref: 2. New Forest Pottery Sites and Earthworks, 1967, (Pasmore), p.25.
SU204133:Implement:South east of Alder Hill. Neolithic scraper. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW35.
SU204188:Trees:Long Clump, The Drive. An area of scots pine and silver birch and a single specified oak. Grid reference is a central point.
SU205024:Farmhouse:Pound Farm. 2 storeys. Tile hung. Tiled roof. originally thatched. Two brick chimney stacks. Casement windows with leaded lights. One open porch. C.20 additions. Ref: Records of Burley, p.240.
SU205095:Ecological Features:Semi-natural woodland which covers most of the parish. Dominated by beech, oak and holly. Extensive heathland and plantations of various ages and species. Centred on grid reference.
SU206022:Drove Way:Honey Lane. Name dates back to 1701, but the track is very much older. Deeply sunk by centuries of use. Ref: Records of Burley, p.222.
SU206044:Cottage:Lady Well. Named with reference to a nearby spring. Thatched roof. Timber-framed. Stretcher bond. Ref: Records of Burley, p.225.
SU206125:Enclosure:Large sub-rectangular. 2200.0 m by 700 m. Probable pastoral enclosure. Broad bank with outer ditch. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW11.
SU206137:Pottery Kiln Site:Amberwood lnclosure. Pottery kiln site No. 3. Planted with conifers. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW1. Ref: 1. New Forest Pottery Kilns and Earthworks, 1967, (Pasmore). Ref: 2. New Forest Roman Pottery, British Archaeological Reports, No. 17, 1975, (Fulford).
SU206143:Round Barrow:Ashley Cross. 36.5 m in circumference. Central depression, probably from excavation. Now overgrown with heather and gorse. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW9.
SU206179:Boiling Mound (Remains):South west of Radnor Firs, on parish boundary. Wide spread of calcined flints along the boundary ditch suggests the mound's existence. Recorded by parish council as suicide graves. O.S.A. No.SU21 NW12. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, 1967, (Pasmore & Pallister), p.15.
SU207020:BelI Barrow:North of Burbush Hill. Well preserved small barrow with a hollow in the top. Mound 30' diameter, 3' high. Ditched. O.S.A. SU20 SW12. Ref: 1. Records of Burley, p.140. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell)
SU207023:Barrow:Slap Wood.
SU207026:Building:Little Pound Farm. Thatched roof. Whitewashed walls built of Burley rock, cob and bricks. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 157.
SU207026:Cottage:Chestnut Cottage. Originally farm building to Little Pound Farm. Thatched roof. Rendered cob walls with brick additions.
SU207033:Woodland:Sandy Shoot Hill. Fine firs and horse chestnuts 'beautify this dangerous hill'. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 245.
SU207036:Barrow (Site):Grittenbury Clump. Indicated by a clump of trees and low bank. No ditch visible. O.S.A. No. SU20 SW5. Ref: Records of Burley, p.217.
SU207172:Boiling Mound:Deadman Bottom. Kidney-shaped mound partly in a bog, 14.0 m across and 0.7 m high. A trough 8 ft by 4 ft was found under an indentation on the top. O.S.A No. SU21 NW13. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section 24, 1967, (Pasmore-Pallister), pp.14-19.
SU208031:Tree:A single oak situated on the boundary of Lavender Cottage, Clough Lane, and Ringwood Road.
SU208033:Tree:Green Close. One hornbeam.
SU209028:Building:Burley Parish Hall, Pound Lane. 1907. Brown tiled roof with arched bracers. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Ref: Records of Burley, p.76.
SU209028:Farmhouse:Rooks Farm, Pound Lane. 1665. Slate roof. Rendered cob and brick structure. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 165.
SU209029:Trees:Garden Road. Several ash, oak, sycamore, douglas fir and cypress trees can be located standing in this area.
SU209032:Milestone:Opposite Manor Gates, Ringwood Road. 1802.
SU209045:Barrow:Black Hill, Burley Moor. O.S.A. No. SU20 SW2.
SU209088:Enclosure:East of Roe lnclosure. Small oval enclosure 15 m by 10 m, formed by a bank with outer ditch. Probable animal pound. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW10.
SU210022:Woodland:Slap Wood. Consists of beech, oak and holly.
SU210030:Trees:Tree House, The Cross. Several different species of trees of interest in this area.
SU210079:Boiling Mound (Site):Buckherd Bottom. Pieces of calcined flint in bed of stream indicate previous existence of a boiling mound in the vicinity. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW12. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, 1967, (Pasmore & Pallister), p.15.
SU210140:Enclosure:Amberwood lnclosure. 130.0 m long and 130.0 m wide. Formed by a wasted bank with outer ditch. Stands on high ground on south east slope. Woodland covered. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW16. Ref: New Forest Pottery Kilns and Earthworks, 1967, (Pasmore), pp.26-7.
SU210140:Pottery Kilns:South east of Ashley Cross. New Forest ware made C.3 and C.4. Distributed widely south of the Thames. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW1. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., New Forest Section, Report 2, Jan. 1963, (Pasmore). Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 1, (Haverfield), p.328.
SU210219:Pottery Kiln Site:Sloden Inclosure. Part of the large New Forest kiln site area. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW1. Ref: New Forest Roman Pottery, British Archaeological Reports, No. 17, 1975, (Fulford).
SU211028:House and Garden:Highcroft. Rendered brick with tiled roof. 3 storeys. Wooden casement windows. Two French windows. Garden laid out by Miss Gertrude Jekyll, of particular interest. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 219.
SU211030:Stonework:Bread Stone', Queens Head Hill. Dated 1815. Eyre's Charity was distributed from this stone. Inscribed 'Rest and be Thankful'. Ref: Records of Burley, p.114, photograph, p.174.
SU211031:Trees:Manor Park. Spanish chestnut trees and cedars.
SU211051:Bowl Barrows (2):North of White Moor Bottom. South barrow not excavated. Northern barrow constructed of turf and gravel. Surrounding ditch. Four urns containing cremations found. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW8. Ref: Records of Burley, p.195.
SU211067:Bowl Barrow:Harvest Slade. 10m. diameter and 1.1m. high. Surrounding ditch. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW4.
SU211124:Boiling Mound (Site):Ragged Boys Hill. A concentration of calcined flints found centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW37.
SU211265:Earthwork:Church Place, Sloden Wood. 37.0 m square. Surrounded by bank and ditch. Possibly a stock enclosure or C.14 hunting lodge. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW7. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology, 1910. Ref: 2. Ancient Earthworks of the New Forest, 1917. Ref: 3. The Church Place Earthworks, Hampshire Field Club, Newsletter, 1970, (Pasmore).
SU212025:Cottages (2):The Cottages, Shapper Bottom. Cob and rendered walls. Slate roof. 2 storeys. Semi-detached. Single central decorative chimney stack. Wooden casement windows.
SU212035:Trees:Manor Hotel and Stables. Cedars perhaps planted to commemorate John Shaw Le Fevre's marriage 1824.
SU212042:Woodland:Wards Plantation. Mixed soft and hard woods.
SU212092:Enclosure:Kings Garden. Circular enclosure 30 m diameter formed by a slight bank with outer ditch. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW11. Ref: Driver's Map of the New Forest, 1789.
SU212479:Bowl Barrows (2):Long Hill golf course. Surmounted by trees. Earthwork to the west encroaches slightly on both barrows. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW19. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.347.
SU213029:Trees:Highcroft Wood. Clump of birch trees commemorating the Silver Wedding Anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, 1972.
SU213030:School:Burley County Primary School. Formerly Burley National School. Single storey. Tiled roof. Detached. Flemish bond and stretcher brickwork, with blue lozenges. Sash windows. Four chimney stacks. Ref: Records of Burley, p.72.
SU213179:Bowl Barrows (2):South of Windyeats Farm. One barrow is 13.0 m diameter and 0.7 m high, partly mutilated. The other, Jacob's Barrow, is 18 m diameter by 1 m high. Neither have ditches. O.S.A. No. SU21 NW2. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU213487:Celtic Fields:Northern area of Parish. Well preserved with lynchets up to 3.5m in height. Field banks visible in places. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW14.
SU213487:Pottery:North of Devils Ditch. Pottery including Samian ware found on both sides of county boundary in area of Celtic field system. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW32.
SU214031:Trees:Church Firs, School Green. Two groups of seven trees and Jubilee trees, planted 1936 by guides, brownies and cubs.
SU214032:Church:Burley Parish Church. Flemish bond brickwork with a slate roof. Gothic windows. Open porch with sloping roof. Built in 1839 at a cost of ś1,000. C.20 hall addition. Ref: Records of Burley, p.77.
SU214032:Memorial:War memorial in St. John the Baptist church. Commemorates World War I and Word War II.
SU214046:Bowl Barrow:Collins Grave, Burley Moor. Crowns Hill. Visible ditch with outer bank, 28m. diameter overall. Well preserved. O.S.A. No. SU20 SW1. Ref: Records of Burley, p.208.
SU214128:Enclosure:Sloden lnclosure. Bank and ditch. 4.0 m width overall. Enclosing a large area on summit of a ridge. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW13. Ref: Ancient Earthworks of the New Forest, 1917, (Sumner), pp.31-2.
SU214131:Implement:North of Ragged Boys Hill. Flint knife found. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW28. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section, Report 2, Jan. 1963, (Pasmore), p. 5.
SU214144:Pottery Kilns:Crock Hill. A mound with black earth and sherds. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW1. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 23, 1965. Ref: 2. New Forest Roman Pottery (Fulford). Ref: 3. Report on the excavation of three pottery kilns in the New Forest (Cunliffe).
SU214156:Bowl Barrows (5):The Butts. A - 15.0 m diameter and 0.9 m high. Mutilated by a trench. B - 11.0 m diameter and 0.8 m high. Mutilated. C - 10.5 m diameter and 0.6 m high. D - 16.5 m diameter and 1.2 m high. Depression in centre. E - 15.0 m northeast of barrow D. Low heather covered mound approx 9.0 m diameter and 0.5 m high. Hollow in centre. No visible ditch. O.S.A No. SU21 NW7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1935, (Grinsell), p.357.
SU215015:Area of Ecological Importance:With the exception of the urban areas of Burley and Binley Street. The whole area is of international scientific importance. It is a complex of woodland, heathland and acid grassland, shrub and valley bog, supporting a richness and diversity of wildlife. Centred on grid reference.
SU215032:Cottage:Appletree Cottage. Thatched roof. Rendered, cob and Burley rock structure.
SU215032:Cottage:Toms Plot. Slate roof. Cob rendered walls. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 171.
SU215129:Enclosure:North east of Rakes Brakes Bottom. 170 yds by 120 yds. Oval-shaped. Bank and ditch. Probably a cattle pound. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW4.
SU215152:Pottery Kilns:Island Thorns lnclosure. Large variety of New Forest ware manufactured in C.3 and C.4, and widely distributed. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW1. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section 2, 1963, (Pasmore).
SU216030:House:Old Vicarage. Tiled roof. English bond brick-work with blue lozenges. Two decorative brick chimney stacks in central position. Thirty windows, one being a French window. Ref: Records of Burley, p.80.
SU216032:Wood land:Church Wood. Miracle Trees. So named because they break into leaf at Christmas time. Possibly caused by injury to bough inducing the sap to rise early. Ref: Records of Burley, p.118.
SU216033:Cross:Village Memorial Cross. 1920. Erected by Colonel and Mrs. Willan as a thanks offering for the safe return of their sons. Ref: Records of Burley, p.77.
SU216033:Tree:Pigsty Corner. Horse chestnut. Planted 1937 to commemorate the coronation of George V I.
SU216039:Farmhouse:Brookside Farm. Tiled roof. Rendered brick structure with exposed timber-framing. Two chimney stacks. Metal windows replacing originals. Ref: Records of Burley, p.168.
SU216054:Woodland:Berry Wood. Many oaks and beeches. Should probably be spelt Bury - meaning barrow. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 195.
SU216473:Possible Round Barrow:Long Hill golf course. Flat-topped mound planted with large trees. Possibly a round barrow, but may be a tree mound. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW31.
SU217035:Building:Burley Chapel, Chapel Lane. 1789. Brick structure. Completely rebuilt 1842. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 51.
SU217487:Bowl Barrow (Site):West of 'Seven Barrows'. Almost completely destroyed by tank practice. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW13.
SU217487:Linear Earthwork:Devils Ditch. Crossing north-west corner of parish and running south to form part of the boundary between Hampshire and Wiltshire. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.141.
SU218030:Cottages (2):Sunnydell and Peppercorn Cottages. Long and short bonded brickwork. Part rendered. Slate roofs. Twelve wood-framed casement windows. Two doors. Porch with sloping roof.
SU218032:Cottage:Rose Cottage, Beechwood Lane. Slate hipped roof. Rendered facade. Three brick chimneys. Nine wooden windows. Enclosed wooden porch with sloping roof. Ref: Records of Burley, p.215.
SU218086:Bowl Barrow:Bratley Plain. 17.5 m diameter and 1.2 m high. No visible ditch. Extensively mutilated. Large hollow in centre. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.360.
SU218087:Bowl Barrows (Sites):Bratley Plain. Vestige remains only. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 360.
SU218096:Bowl Barrows (3):North east of Milkham Bottom: A - virtually destroyed by excavation; B - no surrounding ditch. Excavation ditches have left the barrow as four segments; C - vestige remains only. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW1.
SU218101:Boiling Mound (Remains):Adjoining Milkham lnclosure. 7 m diameter and 0.3 m high. Comprises mound of calcined flint. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW33. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, 1967, (Pasmore and Pallister), p.15.
SU218487:Bowl Barrows:Group known as 'Seven Barrows' close to northern boundary of the parish. Badly mutilated by tank tracks and by rabbits. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW20. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, pp.28-9, 347.
SU219014:Trees:Greenberry Clump. Group of trees surrounded by an earth bank - probably marks the position of a barrow. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 217.
SU219033:Building:Forest Garden, Beechwood Lane. Tiled roof. Brick structure - mixed bondage. Tiles and bricks handmade. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 215.
SU219036:House:Frogmoor. Structure of local stone and brick, part tile hung. Tiled roof with dormer window. Single chimney stack. Eight modern steel framed windows and four with diamond panes. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 215.
SU219036:Implements (2):Burley Lawn, on site of Frogmore House. One polished stone axe and one polished flint axe. O.S.A. No. SU20 SW7. Ref: Records of Burley, 1951. (Hardcastle), p.88.
SU221025:Trees:Shelley's Firs. Planted 1861 by W. Bromfield on the day George Shelley died. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 248, photograph p. 174.
SU221041:Cottage:Oakley Cottage. Believed to date from the C.16. Thatched roof. Stuccoed walls. Ref: Records of Burley, p.233.
SU221112:Bowl Barrow:Ocknell Plain. 7 m diameter and 0.4 m high. No trace of surrounding ditch. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW24. Ref: 1. Ancient Earthworks of the New Forest, 1917, (Sumner), p.120. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.359.
SU222041:Building:Cart shed at North Farm. Brick and rendered structure. Casement windows. 2 chimneys. Date 1887, incorporated in brickwork, obliterated by plaster in 1977, originally the village school room. Ref: Records of Burley, p.232.
SU222160:Hunting Lodge (Site):Studley Castle. Rectangular enclosure 40m by 38m. Formed by a bank with outer ditch. Royal hunting lodges were constructed in the New Forest circa 1358-61. O.S.A. SU21 NW8. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), p.367. Ref: 2. History of the King Works, 1963, (Colvin), pp.983-986.
SU223039:Cottage:Burley Grange. Formerly Burley Cottage. Detached. Tiled roof. Single storey. Four chimney stacks. Four wooden windows, two in Gothic style. Rendered C.20 additions. Ref: Records of Burley, p.149.
SU223040:House:Stavegate. 2 storeys. Rendered cob facade. Tiled roof with two chimneys. Detached. Diamond- paned leaded windows. Four doors, three with glass panes. Ref: Records of Burley, p.250.
SU224018:Enclosure:Goatspen Plan. D-shaped. 45m. by 38m. Outer ditch on eastern side. Original entrance on south side, O.S.A. No. SU20 SW10.
SU224025:Milestone:Durmast Crossroads. Circa 1823.
SU224026:House:Durmast House. Detached. Slate roof. Rendered facades and chimney stacks. 2 storeys. Thirty wooden sash windows. Gardens laid out by Miss Gertrude Jekyll in 1918. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 212.
SU224037:Cottage:Waterfall Cottage, Mill Lane. Painted brick structure. Slate roof with two brick chimneys. Fourteen wooden casement windows. Open porch with yew arch, of same date as house. Waterfall, by cottage, site of mill wheel. C.20 additions.
SU224037:Trees:Mill Lawn, Burley. Several species of oak, ash, birch and beech. Also an area of young oak and ash.
SU224137:Bowl Barrow (Site):Hiscocks Hill. Square mound measuring 9 yds. each way, 11/2 ft. in height. Cremation-urns were discovered inside. O.S.A. SU21 SW12. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p.358.
SU225124:Enclosure:South of Freeworms Hill. Possible mediaeval pastoral enclosure. 40 feet diameter, 27 feet high. Bank and surrounding ditch. O.S.A. SU21 SW6. Ref: Ancient Earthworks of the New Forest, 1927, (Sumner), p.66.
SU225472:Skeletons:Recreation Ground. Remains of man, woman, and child discovered during excavations in 1923. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW22.
SU225485:Sherds:Clarendon Hill. Pottery found in 1915 on southern slope in typical position for an occupation site. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW15.
SU226145:Building (Site and Remains):Gunpowder Factory, Eyeworth Lodge. The magazine - large earth mound with brick chamber. Originated by Captain Schultz (German), to make powder for the German army in the Franco-German war, 1870. Specialised in powder for sporting guns until 1914. Taken over by British government. Powder transported by horse and cart to Redbridge Station. O.S.A. SU21 SW3. Ref: The New Forest, 1895, (Wise), p.114.
SU227026:Building:Spyholms, Bisterne Close. Thatched roof. Timber-framed with mixed bond infilling. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 249.
SU227026:Cottage:Pear Tree Cottage. Tiled roof with two dormers. Rendered cob structure. Wooden casement windows. Enclosed porch with sloping roof. Three doors. C.20 additions. Ref: Records of Burley, p.211.
SU227048:Pottery:Found in Undersley Wood.
SU228999:Toll House:Holmesley Toll House. Tiled roof. Stretcher bond brickwork. Open, sloping roofed porch. C.20 additions.
SU229025:Cottage:Holmans Cottage. The old village bakery and grocery shop. Detached. Slate roof. 2 storeys. Decorated brick central chimney stack. Leaded windows. Enclosed porch with sloping roof. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 220.
SU229147:Well:Irons. Old Healing Well, name taken from the colour of its water. Square in plan and lined with timber. Originally a pond for the gun-powder mills at Eyeworth. O.S.A. SU21 SW2.
SU230030:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage. Detached. Slate roof. 2 storeys. Two decorated chimneys on gable ends. Wooden casement windows. Glass enclosed porch with sloping roof.
SU230031:Cottage:Holly Grove Cottage. Bisterne Close. Thatched roof. Cob walls.
SU230456:House:Old Vicarage. Large 2-storey detached house. Slate roof with six chimneys. Brick structure, colourwashed white. Sash windows. Centre and south wings original. North wing a Victorian addition.
SU230467:Stables:Tidworth House. Large detached stable range surrounding courtyard. Lofty entrance archway. Clock cupola.
SU231453:Trees:Parsonage Farm. Several ash, horse chestnut and a sycamore in the paddock to the rear of the farm.
SU231454:Cottage:Forge Cottage, High Street. Flint with red brick bands. Thatched roof, small upper windows with a boarded porch.
SU232007:Building:Holmesly Railway Station. The line from Southampton to Dorchester was opened in 1847. The station for Christchurch and Bournemouth was at Holmesly. Line closed 1964, but the station remains.
SU232122:Bowl Barrow (Site):Stoney Cross. 25 feet diameter. 1.5 ft. high. Area cleared of large flints. Enclosed by horseshoe-shaped ditch. No trace visible. O.S.A. SU21 SW26.
SU232141:Inn:The Royal Oak, Fritham. Old part mud and wattle with oak beams, repaired in brick. Thatched roof, new additions in brick. All painted white.
SU232450:Inhumations:West of Snoddington. Three or more skeletons found when reservoir was dug in 1912. A perforated stone implement, possibly a hammer-axe, recovered, retained by the finder. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW24.
SU232453:Cottages (2):Nos. 478 and 479, High Street. 2 storeys, white roughcast walls, ridged thatched roof. Casement windows and tiled porches.
SU232453:House:Old Forge. Brick built former forge, now converted into a dwelling.
SU232454:Building:The Old School Room. Built 1875. Brick and flint structure. Slate roof incorporating paler bands of green, shaped slates. Scalloped barge- boards to gable ends. Single storey. Projecting porch to left with bargeboards and two small triangular-headed slit windows. Large central chimney with two diagonal stacks.
SU232454:Cottage:No. 61, High Street. Flint walls with red brick dressings and plinth. Thatched roof. Exposed timber-framing with plaster infilling at the gable end.
SU232454:Farmhouse:Parsonage Farmhouse. The original building has been altered and extended. Brick and flint structure with slate roof. 2 storeys. Sash and casement windows. Large central porch. Lean-to to left with one window. Long single storey extension to rear. Right hand part probably C.19.
SU232455:House:Old School House. Very old building with chalk and straw walls, 18 ins. thick.
SU232455:Trees:Old Laundry site. Several sycamore mainly on the south boundary.
SU232466:Inhumations:South of village. Skeletons and hollow bone cylinder, with ring and dot ornament found 1909. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW9. Ref: Early Anglo/Saxon Burial Sites, (Meaney), p.100.
SU232475:House:Tidworth House. Large classical mansion built circa 1830. 2 storeys. Main block L-shaped with ashlar facades to south and east. Slate roof. South side nine bays wide with portico of Ionic columns. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.602.
SU233453:Sarsen Stone No. 61A:Garden of Manor Farm.
SU233454:Church:St. Peter. Restored and rebuilt in 1879. Flint with stone dressings. Attractive shingled bell turret. C.13 chancel door. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.502.
SU233454:Tombstones:St. Peter's churchyard. Memorials to the Gilbert family, of Gilbert and Sullivan fame.
SU233455:Ancient Site:North of St. Peter's Church. Local tradition says this is the site of an ancient monastery.
SU233484:Cottage:No. 447. Victorian estate cottage. Single storey and two gabled dormers. Rough flint rubble with rusticated brick quoins, plinth and band. Thatched roof. Rustic thatched porch.
SU233484:Cottages (4):Nos. 443, 444, 445 and 446. Row of restored thatched cottages. 2 storeys. Yellow plastered walls. Plain casements. Victorian gabled hoods on ornamental brackets. Slate pentice additions to rear.
SU234033:View Point:Heavens Gate. Pleasant views from footpath north east of Shoot Wood.
SU234036:Bridge:Mill Bridge, Mill Lane. Brick structure. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 152.
SU234036:Building:The Grist House, Mill Cottage, Mill Lane. Timber- framed. Built of brick and Burley rock. Mill as such ceased to work circa. 1820. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 152.
SU234418:Bowl Barrows (3):Sited in woodland in south-west corner of Cholderton Park. No trace of ditch. Two of the barrows tree-covered. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW12.
SU234451:Sarsen Stone No. 61D:In the garden near the old bakery.
SU234452:Sarsen Stone No. 61B:Corner of Working Men's Club car park.
SU234452:Sarsen Stone No. 61C:In the garden behind the butchers shop.
SU234452:Sarsen Stone No. 61E:In the garden behind the village shop
SU234453:Rotary Quern:St. Peter's Close. Large portion of upper half of a rotary quern found in private garden 1972.
SU234453:Trees:Hillcote. Two sycamore, a horse chestnut and an ash, on land adjacent to Hillcote.
SU235027:Barrows (2):South of Creek Bottom. A - Bell barrow 151/2m.diameter with a berm on west side, 21/2m. wide. Much mutilated. B - Bowl barrow 16m. diameter and 1.6m. high. Visible ditch. Both barrows. Both barrows excavated 1949. Three stone cists with cremations found. O.S.A. No. SU20 SW13. Ref: 1. Records of Burley, p.202. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), pp.212, 361.
SU235420:Implements:Cholderton Lodge. Palstave and socketed axe found in the 1930s. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW13.
SU235477:Church:St. Mary. Built 1880. Brown stone structure with unusual fleche spire or bell turret. Large, many columned south porch. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.602.
SU236028:Boiling Mound (Remains):Creek Bottom. A concentration of calcined flints and some worked flints have been found. O.S.A. No. SU20 SW1 9. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, 1967, (Pasmore-Pallister), p.15.
SU236118:Bowl Barrow (Site):Destroyed when aerodrome was built. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW25. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938/40, p. 359
SU237446:House:Snoddington Manor. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Large wing added 1900. In the C.14 the Manor contained a mill valued at 20 shillings. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.513.
SU237458:Surface Finds:West of Shipton Plantation. Various sherds including Samion, Oxfordshire, and black burnished ware, flint scraper and struck flints found on surface of ploughed field.
SU238466:Ancient Site:Snoddington. Site of deserted mediaeval village. Hundred - Thorngate. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 483. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.513-4. Ref: 3. Deserted Mediaeval Villages, (Beresford and Hurst).
SU238469:Bowl Barrow (Site):Ashdown Copse. No longer identifiable in area of hummocky grass. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW23. Ref: Celtic Earthworks of Salisbury Plain, (Amesbury Sheet) proof of 1939.
SU239021:Bowl Barrow:Holman's Bottom. 11m.diameter and 0.8m. high. Traces of a ditch. Gorse covered and mutilated by rabbits. O.S.A. No. SU20 SW14. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.361.
SU239054:Trees:Burley Lodge. Ancient oak trees named the Twelve Apostles from the 'dignity of their form and venerable appearance'. Only eight now standing. Ref: Records of Burley, p.118 and p.142.
SU239246:House:Awbridge House. Of brick construction, partly rendered, under a peg tiled roof, it features both Elizabethan and Georgian styles.
SU239479:Mortuary Chapel:St. Mary. Built on site of original parish church of St. Mary using stones from the old building. East wall contains C.14 window. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW16. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.391.
SU240400:Old Travelway:Portway Roman road. East to west through the parish.
SU241071:Kilns (2):North Oakley lnclosure. Pottery located in the area. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW16. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section, 11.
SU241407:Barrows (4) (Site):Grateley Down barrow group. Various types including bowl, disc and saucer barrows. Mutilated by ploughing. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No.SU24 SW20. Ref: 1. Wessex from the Air, (Crawford and Keiller), p.26. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, pp.13, 14, 217, 225, 226, 346, 350.
SU241419:Barrow Bowl:North-east of Quarley Down Farm. 26m in diameter and 1.7m high, with no visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW18. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.348.
SU242380:Barrow (Site):South-east of Tower Hill. No visible trace remains. O.S.A. No. SU23 NW30. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.350.
SU242483:Bowl Barrow:East of Tidworth Station. 2.4m in height. Mutilated on west by army trench and also by small hole in the top. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW17.
SU243413:Celtic Fields:South of Quarley Down Farm. Beyond a few scattered soil marks, little or no trace remains of these field systems. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW16.
SU244138:Bowl Barrow:The Butt, Fritham. Measures 23.5m. in diameter and 2.2m. in height. Surrounded by a ditch. Mutilated on top by a brick structure. O.S.A. SU21 SW19 Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.358.
SU244378:Probable Bowl Barrow:South-east of Tower Hill. Ragged bowl-shaped mound. 5m in average diameter, with no trace of ditch. O.S.A. No. SU23 NW31. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.350.
SU244407:Barrow:Portway Farm. Bowl barrow 28.0m in diameter and 1.4m high with no trace of ditch. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW19. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.350.
SU244423:Barrows (8):South-east corner of Cholderton Park. Very fine group of barrows, three still with surrounding ditches. All but one protected by clumps of trees. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW14. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1937-40, pp.13, 37, 216, 348. Ref: 2. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), pp.124, 339.
SU244432:Bowl Barrows (Site):West of Quarley Hill. No visible trace remains. Field regularly ploughed.
SU244436:Implement:East of Thruxton Farm. Palstave found circa 1928. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW10. Ref: Andover District, an Account. (Crawford), p.62.
SU244455:Belgic Village Site:Snoddington Down. Finds include bone combs iron spearhead, brooch and pottery. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW27. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, p.397. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.150.
SU244460:Settlement (Site):Snoddington Down. Patches of charcoal, burnt flint, and many coarse potsherds found around remains of prehistoric pond. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW28.
SU245037:Boiling Mound (Site):Redrise Shade. Calcined flints seen near the stream, but no indisputable evidence seen, O.S.A. No. SU20 SW17. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, 1967, (Pasmore-Pailister), p.15.
SU245056:Pottery:Found at Anderwood Gateway. Once a kiln site. No visible evidence remains. O.S.A. No. SU20 NW9. Ref: The New Forest, 1865 (Wise), p.216.
SU245380:Ranch Boundaries:South-west corner of the parish. Few traces now remain. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE9. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, Map 141.
SU245430:Celtic Field System:East of Victoria Copse. Beyond a few scattered soil marks, little or no trace of the field system remains. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW16. Ref: Crawford Collection of A.P.s., 6407, 6409, 5487-8/28/3-4.
SU245430:Celtic Fields:Eastern area of the parish. Almost no visible trace remains on the ground. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW16.
SU246019:Boiling Mound (Remains):Wilverley lnclosure. Area of calcined flints. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, 1967, p.14.
SU246070:Kilns:Church Moor. Roman pottery also located in area. Ref: Pottery Kilns of the New Forest, (Wise).
SU246125:Bowl Barrow (Site):Readmore Barrow. Destroyed when aerodrome was made but excavated 1941-42. Tripartite cinerary urns found. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW20. Ref: Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, Vol. 9, 1943, pp.1-27.
SU246407:Implement:North of railway line. Well preserved looped and socketed bronze spearhead found in the 1930s on surface of field. Present location not known. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW23.
SU247125:Bowl Barrow:Excavated in 1941-42. Destroyed when aerodrome was made. O.S.A. No. SU21 SW21. Ref: P.P.S. Vol. 9, 1943 p.p. 1-27.
SU247368:Bowl Barrow:Isle of Wight Hill. 20m in diameter, up to 0.4m in height. Mutilated in the centre. O.S.A. No. SU23 NW32.
SU247439:Trees:A shelter belt of mixed trees under planted with yew, of particular note in winter. Situated north and south of the A303 approaching Parkhouse.
SU247439:Views:Extensive views from Thruxton Hill to the west and east.
SU247448:Ranch Boundary:Bivallate earthwork extending from Shipton Wood southwards past Quarley Hill to Tower Hill. Grid references given locate the extent of the earthwork within Thruxton Parish. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE11.
SU247453:Celtic Fields:Snoddington Down. Visible as crop marks, with two large lynchets. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW14.
SU247482:Sherds:East of Furze Hill. Many fragments of pottery found in area of Celtic field system. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW30.
SU248029:Barrow (Site):Green Bury. A small mound occupying the summit of a natural knoll. O.S.A. SU20 SW8. Ref: A.S.P. 3., G/T.U.D./U. K. 163. 5054-5.
SU248157:Bowl Barrows (5):Near old gravel workings. A - 7.0m diameter and 0.5m high. No visible ditch. Slight central mutilation. B - 6.0m diameter and 0.3m high. No visible ditch. Mutilated. C - 11.0m diameter and 0.8m high. No visible ditch. D - 8.0m diameter and 0.8m high. No visible ditch. Mutilated. E - 8.5m diameter and 0.5m high. No visible ditch. O.S.A. SU21 NW10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.351.
SU248370:Area of Semi-Natural Vegetation:Part of the parish is included in the Porton Down site of special scientific interest, which contains grassland, scrub, natural and planted woodland. The land belongs to the Ministry of Defence. The grid reference given locates an approximate central point within this parish.
SU248398:Bowl Barrow (Site):North-west of Juniper Down Farm. No visible remains. Barrow ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU23 NW29.
SU248428:Bowl Barrow:Cholderton Hill. Average diameter 16.0m and 0.5m high. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.348.
SU248443:Pottery:Snoddington Hill. Large amount of Romano- British pottery; also in same area a decorated antler weaving comb, a bronze plaque and a lance head were found. O.S.A. No. SU24 SW24. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, p.397.
SU248451:Bowl Barrow:West of Snoddington Down Farm. Spread mound 25m in diameter and 1.3m high. Grass covered and appears to be largely composed of flints. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW25.
SU248454:Linear Earthwork:North-west of Snoddington Down Farm. Bivallate earthwork of ranch boundary type. Now completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW18.
SU249430:Viewing Point:From Cholderton Hill looking north-west over farm and downland.
SU249454:Implement:North-west of Snoddington Down Farm. Acheulean hand axe found in ploughed field. O.S.A. No. SU24 NW26. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, p.401.
SU250153:Palaeolithic Implement:Found in old gravel pit on open forest. Site overgrown with pine trees. O.S.A. No. SU21 NW14.
SU250155:Public Gallows (Site):Stocks Cross. On roadside verge. No visible sign remains.
SU250384:Barrows (2):South of Martins Clump. One typical long barrow with well-marked flank-ditches, the other a bowl barrow. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, pp.10, 198 and 350.
SU250387:Spring:Source of the Wallop Brook, subject to season.
SU250388:Area of Semi-Natural Vegetation:Part of the parish is in the Porton Down site of Special Scientific Interest, an area containing grassland, scrub and natural and planted woodland. The land is Ministry of Defence property. The gird reference given locates the approximate central point within this parish.
SU250434:Boundary Ditch:Linear earthwork extending from Shipton Wood southward past Quarley Hill to Tower Hill. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.141.
SU250467:Flakes etc.:South-east corner of the parish. Flakes, cook- ing flints and pottery found. Site under rough pasture. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE15.
SU251020:Boiling Mound (Remains):North East of Naked Man, Wilverley Plain. Small area of calcined flints located. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE12. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, 1967., p. 14.
SU251387:Flint Mines:South of Martins Clump. Completely over- grown with grass. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 12, p. 177.
SU251389:Barrow:Martins Clump. Bowl Barrow. 10.0m in diameter and 0.8m in height with no visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.350.
SU251393:Bowl Barrow:North-east of Martins Farm. 16m in diameter and 0.6m in height. Badly mutilated by rabbits. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.350.
SU251444:Pottery:West of Thruxton Down House. Large amount of pottery found in the area around grid reference given. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE21.
SU252016:Boiling Mound (Remains):East of Naked Man, Wilverley Plain. Areas of calcined flints located. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE13. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, 1967, p. 14.
SU252443:Ranch Boundaries:Extensive ditch systems throughout the Thruxton Hill area, ranging from Snoddington Hill, southwards, to Quarley Hill. The ditches pre-date Quarley hill fort and were probably farm boundaries; they are of variable types from univallate to mulitvallate. They are on average 4ft. wide and vary in lenght from a few hundred feet to several miles. The grid reference given locates an approximate central point of the ditches within Thruxton. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE13.
SU253404:Bowl Barrow (Site):Boar Knoll. A spread mound covered in trees. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.p. 28, 350.
SU253416:Celtic Fields:South-west of Quarley Hill. Mainly ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE2.
SU255032:Ditched Bowl Barrows (2):Ferny Knap lnclosure. A - 14.0m. diameter and 0.6m. high. Surrounded by a ditch. Fern covered. B - 18.5m. diameter and 1.4m. high surrounded by a ditch. Mutilated at summit. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE2. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU255461:Implement:South-east of Bedlam Buildings. Found in 1924 on grass surface near Tank School trenches. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE13. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, pp.401-2.
SU256116:Bowl Barrow:Roadside of A.31, Stoney Cross Plain. 18.5 m diameter, 1.8 m high. Water-filled ditch mutilated and gorse covered. O.S.A. No. SU21 SE4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.359.
SU256327:Road:Length of Roman Road by Lower Noad's Copse.
SU256327:Road:Length of Roman road by Lower Noad's Copse on boundary with Parish of Nether Wallop.
SU257013:Bowl Barrow:Wilverley Plain. 8.0m. diameter and 0.5m. high. Traces of a ditch visible. Overgrown and mutilated by rabbits. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE4.
SU257013:Bowl Barrow:Wilverley Plain. Dimensions 8m. by 0.5m. high. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE4.
SU257057:Track:Viney Ridge to Thorney Hill Road.
SU257114:Bowl Barrows (4):Stoney Cross Plain. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU21 SE7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 359.
SU257424:Ranch Boundaries:Situated on the western slopes of Quarley Hill, extending from Shipton Wood to Tower Hill. Mostly ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE13. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.141.
SU257427:Trees:Coronation Belt. Strip of mixed woodland, planted to commemorate the coronation of King George VI.
SU257466:View:From pylon parallel to Pickford Hill on western parish boundary.
SU258020:Bowl Barrows (2):Near Holm Hill. A - 7.5m. diameter and 0.8m. high. Ditched. B - 10.5m. diameter and 0.8m. high. No visible ditch. Mutilated on north by hollow-way. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE14.
SU258271:Villa (Site):West Dean, north east of the railway station. Foundations originally located in 1846. 1871-73 further excavations identified two buildings, one of basilican and one of courtyard type, and part of a third. Finds, including painted wallplaster, pottery, glass and tiles, are in Salisbury Museum. Site is now covered by rough grass. O.S.A. No .SU22 NE14. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, pp.311-2.
SU258273:House:Dean House, West Dean. 2 storeys and attic. Brick built with a small eaves cornice under an old tile roof. Small 2 storey wings flank the main block. South front is symmetrical with 3-storey central projecting half octagon. Northern elevation is part brick and part flint, in equal alternate bands, and has three dormers. Late C.18 stable block adjoins.
SU258279:Farmhouse and Outbuildings:Pilgrims Croft Farm, West Dean, formerly Dairy Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic with dormer window. Single storey wings added to each side early C.19. Built of brick, now pebble dash finished, under an old tile roof. Central door with Doric porch. Extensive brick and weatherboarded outbuildings with old tile roofs.
SU258330:Bowl Barrows (2):Noads Copse. Clearly visible after ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE3. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 352.
SU258407:Ditch:Martins Clump. bivallate linear earthwork of ranch boundary type, 1600 yds. in length, damaged by ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.141.
SU258465:Bowl Barrow (Site):Kimpton Down. Ploughed out, with no trace remaining. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE8.
SU259327:Possible Bowl Barrow:Noads Copse. Completely destroyed, but unusually large quantities of flints visible after ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.352.
SU259410:Settlement (Site):Adjacent railway cutting. Pottery, flakes etc. found. No trace now remains. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE9.
SU260260:Open Area:West Dean Hill. This area is within the site of special scientific interest which stretches from Pepperbox Hill in Wiltshire. The whole site includes open downland, hawthorn and juniper scrubland and beech, ash and yew woods. Habitat for many species of chalk grassland plants and woodland ground flora. The area within East Dean is located by the grid references given.
SU260348:Hill Fort:South-east of Popple Light Copse. Single bank and ditch in an area of approximately 6 acres. Mutilated near its eastern end by the remains of an earthwork and partly ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE2. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 12, 1931, (Williams-Freeman), p.120. Ref: 2. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, (Williams-Freeman), pp.136-7, 348.
SU260457:Sherds and Pot:North-east of Snoddington Down Farm. Fragments of coarse pottery and burnt flints found in area of ploughed field. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE12.
SU260479:Settlement (Site):Warren Hill. Red pottery found in area in 1915. Site under rough pasture. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, (1938-40), p.150.
SU261326:Bowl Barrows (2):Little Buckholt Farm. Visible as crop marks in air photographs. Subject to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE5. Ref: R.A.F., A.Ps., CPE/UK.1811/4280/1.
SU261464:Barrow (Possible):Kimpton Down. Site fails on grass-covered, steep-sided conical top of a small hill, with ranch boundary crossing the hill north-west of the summit. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE11.
SU261469:Settlement (Site):West of Kimpton Wood. Finds include pottery, cooking flints, coins and crop marks of a number of pits. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE7. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 6, p.304. Ref: 2. Notes of Fyfield, (Clutterbuck), p.13.
SU262413:Building:West of Grateley Station. Derelict corn mill. Stump of old windmill only remains.
SU262423:Hill Fort:Quarley Hill Fort. A univallate fort with counter-scarp and well defined entrances on north-east and south-west. Built on site of earlier palisade enclosure and overlying extensive system of Bronze Age ditches radiating from the hill. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE3. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.136. Ref: 2. Air Survey and Archaeology, (Crawford), p.32.
SU263101:Area of Ecological Importance:The majority of the parish area is a complex of woodland, heathland, acid grassland, scrub and valley bog, supporting a great richness and diversity of wildlife and is of international scientific importance. Centred on grid reference.
SU263403:Trees:Belmont, Moorfield, Peach Grove, Palestine. Several beech and two ash in the grounds of Belmont, and two pine and a maple on the western boundary of Moorfield.
SU263423:Ranch Boundary:South-east slope of Quarley Hill. Well defined boundary forming part of an extensive system in the area. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE13. Ref: 1. Archaeology of Wessex, (Grinsell), pp.125, 176. Ref: 2. Introduction to Field Archaeology (Williams-Freeman), pp.121-4. Ref: 3. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.136.
SU263440:Barrow (Site):East of Middlecot. No trace visible on the ground. Field is subject to regular ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE7.
SU264103:Cottage:The Thatched Cottage, Newtown. 1 1/2 storey. Thatched with half-hipped roof. Three right hand bays, timber-framed with brick infill. Left hand bay probably C.20 addition. Two brick chimneys. Three dormers cut into thatch. Large casement window to ground floor. Modern lean-to porch with wattle and daub upper panels.
SU264167:Building:The Vicarage. Built 1841. Red brick with slate roof. Unusual triple-gabled south facade with barge boards and pendant finials. Centre bay has oriel window above Tudor arched door with stuccoed surround. Entrance door with architrave. Polygonal brick chimneys. Rear double cross wings with two gables and 1-storey outbuildings with shallow pointed arches.
SU264420:lmplements:Quarley Hill. Three flint implements together with rechipped stump of polished axe found south-east of Quarley Hillfort. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, pp.182-3.
SU264448:Building and Earth Works:North of Thruxton Down House. Finds include, coarse potsherds, stone roofing-tile fragments and pieces of Roman brick and tile. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE1.
SU264465:Bowl Barrow:Pickford Hill. Barrow surrounded by a tree-ringed bank. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE9. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.348.
SU264465:Trees:Pickford Hill. Mixed hardwood clump.
SU265036:House:Rhinefield House. Built 1888-90. Large Tudor/Elizabethan styled building. 21/2 storeys. Rough-faced rubble with ashlar dressings. Crennalated parapets. Tiled roof. Tall brick chimneys, clustered and of raised outline. Great Hall of 67ft. by 25ft. with a hammerbeam roof. Important Turkish Room. Ref: Buildings fo England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd).
SU265167:Church:St. Peters. Sandstone and flint, additions in red brick in 1859. Good cambered beam roof late C.15. Walls 4 feet thick.
SU265309:House:Norman Court. Main square 3-storey block with projecting wings. Courtyard facades are brick. South, east and west elevations are plaster with Ionic pilasters. Now a school. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.649.
SU265374:Bowl Barrow (Site):Suddern Hill. Nothing visible from the ground, O.S.A. No. SU23 NE12. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 350.
SU265427:Settlement (Site):North-east of Quarley Hill. Pottery including fragment of jug handle and sherd of grey coarse-ware found in the area. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, pp.178, 188.
SU265439:Trees:Temple. Area of mixed woodland to the west of the village.
SU265445:House:Thruxton Down House. 2 storeys. Walls of rammed chalk cob on flint foundations. Slate roof. Three chimney stacks, two quadruple and one doubl, on apex of roof. An unusually large building for this type of construction. Extensive outbuildings. Chalk, slate-topped wall encloses a court yard to the rear of the house.
SU265463:Barrow (Possible):Kimpton Down. Has the appearance of a spread barrow but may possibly be a natural rise. O.S.A. No.SU24 NE10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, (1938-40), p.348.
SU265470:Wood and Copse:Kimpton Wood and Kimpton Copse forming extensive shelter belt.
SU266383:Probable Long Barrow:South-west of Croft Farm. Mound of chalk. 33.Om east to west and 26m north to south and maximum height of 0.7m. Ditch visible as a slight depression. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE3.
SU266406:Bowl Barrow:Palestine. 24m in diameter and 1.4m in height with ditch surrounding the mound. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 350.
SU266436:Sarsen Stones No. 57A:Three stones situated in a field to the west of the viIlage.
SU267137:Farmhouse:Skers Farm, Brook. 2 storeys. Brick structure with plain bands to eaves. Tile roof with moulded brick ridge stacks. First floor 2-light, mullioned casement windows with glazing bars. Ground floor windows with segmental arched heads and shutters.
SU267474:Sarsen Stone No.41B:Down Lane/Oxdrove intersection.
SU268137:Barn:Skers Farm, Brook. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with weather-boarding and brick plinth. Half- hipped thatched roof. Original 3-bay threshing barn with opposing central doors extended three bays at north end and one bay at south end. Boarded doors. Roof structure with Queen-posts and collars to trusses, with clasped purlins and small windbraces.
SU268147:House:Fountain Court. Beautiful house in Sussex Farmhouse style. Brick painted white, built 1914. Views from house and garden, over the water garden and the lake.
SU268271:Barn:North of Park Farmhouse. Brick with old tiled roof. Six bays. The whole of Park Farm forms a fine group.
SU268271:Barns:North-east of Park Farmhouse. Weatherboarded group including one of eight bays, at rear and east of the house. Old tiled roofs.
SU268271:Farmhouse:Park Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Timber-framed and tile hung to full height. Hipped old tiled roof. Two large brick chimney stacks arranged diagonally with moulded caps and bases.
SU268281:Farmhouse:Frenchmoor Farmhouse. Brick structure with tiled roof. Major extensions using old materials and retaining character of original building.
SU268445:Settlement/Enclosure (Site):East of Thruxton Down House. Nothing visible except a boggy low-lying uncultivated corner of field. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp. 150, 188.
SU268453:Cemetery:A gas pipe-line trench revealed four graves. All the burials were orientated with heads to the north; also found, a large sherd of a colour-coated ware bowl. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE23.
SU269023:Tranchet Axe (Find):Near Red Hill. Horn-coloured flint. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE18
SU269120:Paeolithic Implements (Site):Stoney Cross. Side choppers of honey coloured flint. O.S.A. No. SU21 SE5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1922, p.p. 173-4.
SU269126:Cottage:Glen Cottage, Canterton. Walls mud, horse hair and straw. Thatched roof.
SU269129:Cottage:Upper Canterton, immediately north of Canterton Manor Farmhouse. Single storey. Pebble-dashed. Hipped thatched roof. Gable ends have applied timber-framing. Two casement windows. Open porch supported on two rustic columns.
SU269129:Farmhouse:Canterton Manor Farm. 1 storey and attic. Timber-framed with some diagonal struts. Attics have brick nogging. The right hand brick wall is in English Bond. Thatched roof with two eyebrow dormers. Two casement windows. Doorcase with tiled pentice hood on brackets. 1-storey extension in matching style to left-hand side.
SU269155:Building:Old Forge. 1 -storey. Brick with tiled roof, hipped at right end, corrugated roofing substituted at left. Small casement window each side of plain doorway. Two chimneys in rear slope.
SU269155:Cottage:Forge Cottage. 2-storeys. Brick with tiled roof. Gable chimneys. Central doorway. Large-paned window on each side. 1-storey extension on right with tile roof.
SU269282:WelI:Situated at Windy Ridge, Frenchmoor Lane.
SU269290:Cottage:Coles Pond Farm, French Moor Road. Single storey and attic with dormer window. Timber-framed building with colour-washed brick infilling. Thatched roof with tile hung gable end. Irregular casement windows. Small modern single storey extension.
SU269292:Trees:Cole's Pond Farm. A woodland area and two specified oaks.
SU269317:House:Tanglewood, formerly Trench Cottage. Probably a reconstruction of an older building which has now been extensively altered and enlarged. Two storeys built in a 'T' shape plan with stuccoed brick under an old tile hipped roof Large chimneys each with one square and two diamond shafts. Irregular casement windows.
SU269452:Beehive Pits:Racedown Farm. Two beehive pits found south of Thruxton Copse revealed by gas pipe line trench in 1969. Finds include bones, sherds and pot boilers, now in Salisbury Museum. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE42.
SU270020:Cross Ridge Dyke:Red Hill. Bank with flanking ditches. 1 1.0m. overalI width and 2.1 m. high. Heavily mutilated by hollow-ways. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE21. Ref: P.H.F.C., Section 5, 1968, p.8.
SU270119:Bowl Barrow (Site):Eastern boundary of Castle Malwood. Fragments of two bucket urns found on site. No visible signs of barrow remains. O.S.A. No. SU21 SE6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 6, 1907-10, pp.33-6.
SU270124:Rufus Stone:A standing slab which commemorates the legendary site of the death of William Rufus in 1100. 'Here stood the tree on which the arrow glanced'. Stone erected by Earl De La Ware, 1745. Encased in iron by Sturges Bourne, 1841. O.S.A. SU21 SE1. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 5, p.568.
SU270133:Manor House (Site):Manor House of Canterton. This is the original site, and not the site of the modern house called Canterton Manor House. The wall outline was found when farm buildings were built. O.S.A. No. SU21 SE2.
SU270141:Trees:Near Bell Inn, Brook. Several trees of various species.
SU270155:Village Stocks (Site):Stocks Cross. On roadside verge. No visible sign remains.
SU270220:House:Melchet Park. Originally built in 1863 for the second Lord Ashburton, it was damaged by fire and subsequently re-built in 1875-9. Further alterations and additions were made in 1912-14. The house is in Jacobean style built of brick with stone dressings, with square central entrance porch. Now a school. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.332.
SU270296:Cottages:Nos. 4-9 The Common, formerly Almhouses. A symmetrical row of 2-storey dwellings with colour-washed plaster walls under a thatched roof. Casement windows. Entrance doors are in pairs with small projecting porches.
SU270398:Enclosure (Site):North of Castle Farm. Visible as crop mark on air photographs. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE8. Ref: R.A.F., A.Ps., 106G/UK/1656/3097-8.
SU270456:Travel Way:Part of an ancient route, along which sheep were driven to Weyhill Fair.
SU271145:Cottage:Brook Green, Brook Hill. 2-storey. Red brick with rendered front and end walls. Thatched hipped roof. 3-window range. 2-light C.19 casement. Flush-panelled door to right of centre with later thatched roof porch. Brick chimney stack, off centre left. Brick lean-to at rear.
SU271362:Barrow (Probable Site):Hollom Down, Lopcombe. Nothing visible from the ground. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE13.
SU271439:Cottage:Apple Tree Cottage. 2 storeys. Limewashed flint and brick with exposed timber framing. Thatched roof. Wooden casement windows. One stable type boarded door. Core of building believed to be C.15. Restored and enlarged. Filled well in garden.
SU272113:House:Furzy. Brick with timber-framing. Thatched roof. Attractive setting over-looking open country.
SU272177:Bowl Barrow:North-east of Deasle Wood. 8.0m in diameter and 0.6m in height, now overgrown. O.S.A. No. SU21 NE7.
SU272261:Earthwork:On the northern slope of Dean Hill. A horseshoe-shaped earthwork at the upper extremity of an ancient ditch or hollow-way. O.S.A. No. SU22 NE15. Ref: Earthworks of the New Forest, (Sumner), p.127.
SU272267:House:East Dean Manor. 2 storeys and attic. Plum coloured brick with red brick window arches. Plastered frieze and eaves. Hipped old tiled roof. Massive flanking chimneys with grouped square shafts.
SU272292:Cottage:No. 65 Red Lane. Single storey and attic. Timber-framed dwelling with brick infilling with thatched roof.
SU272297:Cottage:No. 11 Hillside, formerly 3 cottages. 2 storeys built of brick under an old tile roof. Casement windows. Central entrance door with small hood.
SU272398:Enclosure (Site):North-east of Castle Farm. A polygonal enclosure now completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE15. Ref: R.A.F., A.Ps., 106G/UK/1656/3055-6.
SU272438:Cottage:No. 1, Park Lane. Dated 1708 with initials M.P. 2 storeys. Flint with red brick dressings, Moulded brick band. Thatched roof. Wooden casement windows. Two boarded doors. Pentice at rear.
SU272438:Cottage:Phlox Cottage. Originally two cottages. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick and plaster with exposed timber framing. Thatched roof. Casement windows.
SU272438:Cottage:Rose Cottage. 2 storeys. Limewashed flint and brick structure, thatched roof. Wooden casement windows. Two boarded doors. Restored.
SU272439:Church :St Michael. Considerably restored and enlarged 1822 but retains Norman and C.15 features. No belfry, the three bells hang form a wooden frame to the north of the church. Venetian east window with square Ionic pillars to outside and inside. Monuments to the Cox family. O.S.A. NO. SU24 SE14. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.385-7. Ref: 2. Saxon Architecture and Sculpture in Hampshire, (Green and Green), p.28. Ref: 3. Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.472-3.
SU272439:Cottage:Thatchways. 2 storeys. Flint with red brick dressings and bands. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Modern extensions.
SU272439:Sarsen Stones No. 57C:Small stones in banks of Park Lane adjacent to Apple Tree Cottage.
SU272440:Trees:Quarley Park. All trees within the curtilage of the park, including Thatchways and the Working Men's Club. Location centred on grid reference.
SU272480:Country Lane:Cow Lane. Attractive tree-lined walk linking Kimpton with Perham Down.
SU273140:Inn:The Green Dragon, Brook. Brick (Flemish Bond), painted white. Thatched roof, and end brick stacks.
SU273266:Terraces:South of St. Winfrid's Church. Cultivation terraces, five in number, averaging 2.3m high and 10.15m across. O.S.A. No. SU22 NE20.
SU273267:Church:St. Winfrid. Small brick structure with short but massive brick buttresses. Old tiled roof. North doorway built of heavy timbers. Interior is unrestored and very attractive. O.S.A. No. SU22 NE23. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.197.
SU273275:Natural Well:Devil's Hole. A natural well hole in the chalk, seldom dry. Situated in a spinney on the southern boundary of the parish.
SU273302:House:The Old Rectory. 3-storey symmetrical brick building of square plan. Regular sash windows. 2-storey north wing of older construction thought to be the original house.
SU273302:Parkland:Norman Court Park. Groups of trees, parkland areas and woodland which formed part of the old estate. Grid reference locates a central point.
SU273435:Cottage:Corner Cottage. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick structure. Thatched roof. Wooden casement windows. One brick chimney. Pentice roof at side and rear. Restored.
SU273436:Cottage:Bank Cottage. 2 storeys. Brick with timber framing exposed in places. Stepped thatched roof. Wooden casement windows. Two boarded doors. Contains original bread oven. Deep well at back of house.
SU273436:Cottage:Meadow Cottage. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick and flint structure. Thatched roof. Two boarded doors. Hipped open porch.
SU273437:War Memorial:Standing on corner leading to the village. Stone cross on step plinth, railed off with chain.
SU273439:Cottage:Bridge Cottage. 2 storeys. Plastered walls. Thatched roof. Wooden casement windows. Boarded door. End wall partly flint. Unfilled well in garden.
SU273440:House:Old Rectory. 2 storeys and attic. Mainly brick structure with one end rendered and creamwashed. Hipped tiled roof. Pilastered doorway at front. Sash and casement windows. Panelled door.
SU273440:Sarsen Stones No. 57E:Four stones built into the fabric of St. Michael's Church.
SU273486:Settlement (Site):Great Shoddesden. Remains of small building, probably a hut. Tile and brick fragments and pot boilers found in the area. Traces of a field system now almost completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No.SU24 NE28. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920-24, p.214.
SU274103:Trees:Football Green. Consisting of nine oak, two ash, two horse chestnut, one maple, three beech, one walnut and four elm.
SU274105:Building:The Old Off Licence, Newtown. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Thatched roof. Two casement windows to upper storey. 3-light casements to ground floor in cambered heads. Central entrance. Small 1-storey weatherboarded addition at one end.
SU274140:Cottage:Popes Cottages. Brick structure. Thatched roof.
SU274141:Cottage:Wiltshire Cottage. 11/2 storeys. Estate cottage in brick vernacular style. Irregular hipped, tiled roof with gabled end bays. 2-light casement windows with patterned lead glazing. Attic windows with tiled heads. Segmental arched ground floor windows with hood moulds. Gabled porch with round arched entrance. 1-storey brick shed at south-east end of building.
SU274196:Inn:The Shoe. 2 storeys, timber-framed with white-painted infill. Hipped old tile roof, older rear part of building is thatched. Casement windows with small panes. Long tiled porch.
SU274196:Inn:The Shoe. Built on the site of the turn-pike, the last keeper J. Cocks, died in 1862, a tablet in Plaitford Church is dedicated to the memory of Mr. Cocks and his wife. The Shoe was also formerly a posting station for the mail coach.
SU274202:Moat:South of Manor Farm. The moat is approximately 7.0m wide and waterlogged, nothing is known of the house which probably existed within it. O.S.A. No. SU22 SE13.
SU274292:Cottages (2):Nos. 61 and 62 The Green. Single storey and attic, timber-framed with colour- washed brick. No. 61 has a tiled roof and No. 62 is thatched. Large modern additions.
SU274296:Cottage:No. 19 West Tytherley. Single storey and attic. Built of brick with an old tile roof. Irregular casement windows and doors.
SU274297:Church (Site):St. Peter. Site indicated by a vague platform in old burial ground. Print of the old church now hangs in vestry of the present church. O.S.A. No. SU22 NE11. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.519.
SU274297:Church:St. Peter. Built 1833 of red brick with grey headers. West tower and south porch are flint with red and grey brick. C.13 font of black marble. Remains of C.15 octagonal panelled font in churchyard. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.648.
SU274298:Cottage:Pennycot. Single storey and attic. Built of brick, with some timber-framing, under an old tile roof. Irregular casement windows and doors. Modern alterations.
SU274299:Cottage:Old Forge Cottage. Single storey and attic. Timber-framed with colour-washed brick infilling and a tiled roof. lrregular casement windows.
SU274432:Enclosure (Site):South of the village adjacent Quarley/Grateley Road. Pot boilers and tile fragments, but no trace of enclosure visible on the ground. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE18. Ref: Crawford Collection of A.Ps., 6426/7/25/102-3.
SU274435:Cottage:Sunnyside. Originally two cottages. 2 storeys. Cement rendered walls. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Boarded door.
SU274435:Cottages:South View. Four dwellings, originally a row of seven cottages. Part 2-storey, part single storey. Brick structure, thatched roofs. Wooden casements. Brick chimneys. Filled well in garden of No. 2, Trinity Cottage.
SU274435:Sarsen Stone No. 57D:On road verge beside cottage.
SU274435:Sarsen Stones No. 57F:Twenty stones located throughout the village.
SU274436:Cottage:Home Farm Cottage. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick structure. Thatched roof. Mainly wooden casement windows and also one oriel and one French window. Open porch with pentice. Renovated and enlarged in the 1970s.
SU274438:Coins and Sherds:Junction of Bush Lane with Quarley Road. Coins of Maximum I I and Constantine the Great and sherds found 1951. Also some mediaeval sherds found in the area. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE15.
SU274439:Sarsen Stone No. 57B:In bank of cottage on road junction.
SU274439:Tree:Bridge Cottage. A walnut to the south-east of the cottage.
SU275025:Area of Scenic Beauty:An area of typical heathland and forest flora and fauna. Internationally of great ecological and biological importance. Centred on grid reference.
SU275104:Cottage:Woodside Lane, Newtown. Timber-framed with brick infill. Thatch roof. Built in Tudor style.
SU275151:House:The Warrens. Yellow brick, slate roof and brick stacks. 2 storey, square flat roofed porch, with round headed doorway.
SU275185:Heathland:Plaitford Common. Part of the New Forest Site of Special Scientific Interest. Now owned by the National Trust. The grid reference given locates the central point within the Parish.
SU275204:Farmhouse:Manor Farmhouse. 2 storeys, brick built with old tile roof, flanking chimneys. Casement windows. Ledged door in C.17 brick and timber porch with gabled old tile roof.
SU275270:Inn:Red Lion, West Dean. 2 storeys. Built of brick under a hipped slate roof, the front being late C.18. Panelled entrance door under modified Doric porch.
SU275293:Cottage:No. 60 The Green. 2 storey dwelling of brick construction with an old tile roof. Irregular casement windows and doors.
SU275293:Farmhouse:Lye Farm. 2 storeys. Built of brick with grey headers. The hipped old tile roof has flanking chimneys. Casement windows, some with transomed and mullioned frames. Central door.
SU275297:Farm Buildings:Church Farm. 5-bay brick buildings with old tile roofs. Barn has three rows of long narrow vents arranged in pattern either side of central entrance. Cart shed has five segmental arches on square piers to front facing road.
SU275299:Cottage:No. 1 West Tytherley. Single storey building with attic under a thatched roof. Timber- framed with colour-washed brick infilling. Irregular casement windows.
SU275300:Cottage:No. 27 West Tytherley. A 2-storey cottage with late C.18 additions. Coiour-washed brick, part timber-framed under a tiled roof. Single storey bay to right of door with casement windows in transomed and mullioned frames. Small rustic porch.
SU275300:Cottages (3):Nos. 24, 25 and 26 West Tytherley. One building, single storey and attic. Colour- washed brick, part timber-framed, with a tiled roof.
SU275300:Inn:Black Horse. 2 storeys, built to an L-shaped plan with a courtyard. Brick construction, colour-washed under an old tile half hipped roof. Entrance door with flat hood. Originally a private residence.
SU275301:Cottages (2):Village Farm. Single storey and attic. Timber- framed with colour-washed brick infilling under a thatched roof.
SU275352:Trees:New Farm. An area of mixed species extending from the farm entrance road in a westerly direction, also a wooded area consisting of mixed conifers, around New Farm,
SU275389:Barrows (6):South-east of Castle Farm. Ploughed out. Visible as crop marks in air photographs. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE14. Ref: J.K. St. Joseph A.Ps., A.E.9: CA/356.
SU275419:Church:St. Leonard. Restored 1851. C.12 nave and C.13 chancel. FIint structure with broad C.13 north tower. Stained glass in south window from Salisbury Cathedral. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE16. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.370. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.259-60.
SU276118:Cottage:Shovel Cottage. Brick walls and thatched roof. Local industry manufactured wooden grain shovels and other wooden implements during the C. 1 7/18.
SU276268:House:East Dean House. 2 storeys and attic. Brick walls. Wood cornice in wide eaves. Hipped old tiled roof.
SU276410:Villa (Site):Home Farm. Foundations and tesselated pavements etc. exposed by ploughing 1910 and 1916. Site indicated by scatter of stone roofing slabs, flints and tile fragments. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE20. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 6, pp.341-2. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 8, pp.107-9.
SU276419:Barn:Manor Farm. Weatherboarded, timber-framed with limewashed brick infilling. Tiled roof.
SU276419:Farmhouse:Manor Farm House. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Hipped tiled roof with two dormers. Sash windows, and Victorian bay windows on ground floor. Central porch.
SU276419:House:Rectory. Single storey with dormer attic. Timber-framed and red brick structure. Modern gabled additions. Old ridge tiled roof. Sash windows. Ref: Tithe Commissioners Map 1837.
SU276425:Old Travelway:Grateley Drove, Green Road. In north-east part of parish. Ancient track and castle drove. Earlier known as the Great Road. Ref: Tithe Commissioners Map 1837.
SU277118:Cottage:Rose Cottage. Thatch roof with mud and brick walls. Modernised.
SU277121:Beacon (Site):On site of Iron Age Fort. Covered by trees. It is suggested that the more probable site is 300 yds. south west, as this is higher and more open, with a good view to the Isle of Wight.
SU277121:Hill Top Fort:Malwood Castle. Earthworks can still be traced, though overgrown by trees and shrubs. House in centre privately owned. O.S.A. No. SU21 SE8. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 1, p.23. Ref: 2. Ancient Earthworks of New Forest, pp.26-29.
SU277121:Trees:Castle Malwood. Various species within the curtilage of the above property.
SU277192:Racecourse:Plaitford Common. Part of the common is still known as 'The Racecourse', in June 1848 two flat races and one over hurdles were run there. Ref: Hampshire Magazine, March 1961 (Prior), p.27.
SU277193:Milestone:Reads '11 miles to Salisbury, 11 miles to Southampton'.
SU277203:Church:St. Peter. Originally C. 13 but extensively restored in 1856. Built of flint and stone with tiled roof. Bell turret with shingled spire. C.13 north and south doorways. Interior contains elaborately patterned mediaeval tiles. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.375.
SU277417:Pond:Grange Pond. Ancient central watering place. Clay and flint lined.
SU277418:Dwellings (2):Old Farm House and Lion Cottage. 2 storeys. Old peg tiled roof. The old farmhouse has original C.15 timber-framing with chalk infilling exposed. An angled extension constructed of flint and chalk was incorporated into the property during C.17/18. Lion cottage, which is attached, is cement rendered over a wattle and daub basic structure. Ref: Tithe Commissioners Map 1837.
SU277419:Cottage:Hope Cottage. 2 storeys, flint and brick in bands. Thatched roof, plain casements. Ref: Tithe Commissioners Map 1837.
SU277419:Cottages (2):Rose Cottage and Jasmine Cottage. Timber-framed with limewashed brick infilling. Tiled roofs. Modern brick additions. Ref: Tithe Commissioners Map 1837.
SU277487:Farmhouse:Shoddesden Manor, Great Shoddesden. L- shaped with mid C. 18 wing to rear. Front facade cement rendered. Old hip tiled roof brought down as pentice to right. Sash windows. C.17 stone fireplace. A picturesque farmhouse standing in walled garden. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE30. Ref: Notes on the Parishes of Fyfield, Kimpton, etc., (Clutterbuck).
SU278017:Bowl Barrow:White Moor. 9.5m. diameter and 0.9m. high. No visible ditch. Grass covered, O.S.A. No. SU20 SE7 Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 362.
SU278185:Bowl Barrow:Plaitford Barrow. 13.0m in diameter and 1.2m in height. O.S.A. No. SU21 NE10.
SU278217:Inn (Site):Plaitford Wood. An inn called The Green Man once stood here, where villagers could drink home brewed beer and cider.
SU278282:Cottage:Frenchmoor Cottage. Brick structure with tiled roof, modern extensions.
SU278282:WelI:No. 10, Frenchmoor. Brick-lined, situated in the garden.
SU278419:Tree:The Plough. Mature chestnut standing at road junction, close to village centre.
SU279016:Milestone:Junction of Sway Road and Addison Road.
SU279199:Clay Pit:The walls of many small cottages in Plaitford were built of clay from this pit. The last time this clay was used was in the 1930's when a hard fire-proof floor for the smithy was laid down. Like many other cottages built by this method the smithy has now been demolished.
SU279280:Farm Building:Pugshole Farm. Barn or granary, timber-framed on brick base, with timber cladding. Large roof timbers, slate roof.
SU279280:Farmhouse:Pugshole Farmhouse. Brick structure, with tiled roof. Internal timbers and bread oven. Much altered.
SU279356:Celtic Fields:Oxendown Field. Remains of field system near ancient Wood Way and Spring Pond. Soil marks are visible after ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE16. Ref: R.A.F., A.Ps., 106G/UK/1656/4161-2.
SU279383:Farm Building:Townsend House. Weatherboarded and thatched buildings including a 5-bay granary on stone staddles.
SU279384:Trees:Townsend Manor. Two hornbeam on the west bank of Wallop Brook between the Manor and the road.
SU279417:Tree:Queensmead, Georgia Lane. A beech, adjacent to the eastern boundary of the property.
SU279434:Barrow (Site):South of Upper Amport Wood. Cropmark of barrow circle with ditch. No longer visible from the ground. Subject to regular ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE17.
SU279466:Building:Coach House and stables, Kimpton Lodge. Built 1835. Single block with end return with imitation dutch gables. Brick and stone construction.
SU279467:Cottage:Bailiffs Cottage, Kimpton Lodge. 2 storeys, flint with red brick dressings. Thatched roof. Modern wood casements. Attractive thatched porch. Picturesque.
SU279467:Inn:Kimpton Down Inn. Facade, brick with flint panels. Old tiled roof. Segmental arch windows and brick cornice. Re-used beams, possibly C.17.
SU280111:Building:The Old Court House, Lyndhurst Road. 2 storeys. Red brick. Thatched roof. End chimney stacks. Three casements which are triple on ground floor and have cambered lead linings. Cross-shaped iron tie. Simple central doorcase with gabled thatched weather hood on wooden brackets. Roof slopes to ground floor at rear, and there is a similar thatched gabled porch.
SU280270:Building (Site):North-east of the village. Excavated 1869-70. Finds include pottery, nails and tiles. O.S.A. No. SU22 NE17. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, (Haverfield), p.312.
SU280280:Settlement (Site):Frenchmoor, site of deserted mediaeval village, hundred = Thorngate. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p. 494.
SU280377:Probable Enclosure (Site):South of Salisbury Lane, on the southern boundary of the parish. No visible remains on the ground. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE17. Ref: J.K. St. Joseph, A.Ps., A.T. 13 and 14 and BI/39 and 40.
SU280384:Garden Wall and Garden House:Opposite Townsend House. Cob walled garden enclosure. Central octagonal garden house with old tiled roof. Small park contains the source of the Wallop stream.
SU280384:Manor House:Townsend House. 2 storeys, brick structure, old tiled roof. Doric porch. Early Victorian dormer window at rear.
SU280384:Trees:North of Townsend House. Belt of trees known as the Rookery.
SU280427:Trees:Grateley Drove and Green Drove. Different species either side of the trackways.
SU280465:House:Kimpton Lodge. Built 1835. Almost entirely demolished and remodelled leaving a compact square 2-storey house. Flint panels with red brick bands and dressings. Slate roof. Sash windows.
SU280466:Wall:Formerly part of Kimpton Lodge grounds. Chalk with flint footings and tiled coping. C.18 or early C.19.
SU280467:Cottage:Manor Cottage. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick structure. Ridge tiled roof brought down as pentice towards road. Square-paned wood casements. Dated 1740 with initials 'B.B.'. Modern entrance through walled garden.
SU280467:Cottage:Paddock Cottage. Plastered walls. Thatched roof.
SU281025:Bowl Barrow:Whitefield Moor. Large, spread, flat-topped bowl barrow. Average diameter 25.0m. and 0.8m. high. Mutilated by rabbit burrows. Covered by bracken. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE3. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU281037:Bowl Barrow:Oberheath. 15.5m. Diameter and 1.3m. high. No visible ditch. Much rabbit mutilation. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 360.
SU281108:Cottage:The Old Cottage. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Hipped tiled roof, brick stacks, wood casements, leaded lights. Rear of property added at later date.
SU281109:Church:All Saints. A small and eminently picturesque fabric of C.13 origin. Enlarged and refashioned in C.18. C.17 three decker pulpit. C,12 font. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is buried in the churchyard.
SU281204:Trees:Pound Hill. Several trees of different species in the grounds of Plaitford House, also a horse chestnut at Pound Hill Cottage, and two groups containing lime, copper beech, and horse chestnut situated on the paddock boundaries.
SU281327:Glassworks (Site):North-east of Buckholt Farm on the slope of a south-western spur. Fragments of brick and glass and large lumps of glassy slag found in the area. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE9.
SU281383:Cottage:Rose Cottage, Station Road. Chalk walls, Thatched roof. Renovated and well restored.
SU281383:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage, Station Road. 2 storeys. timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Thatched roof. Formerly the estate laundry, now renovated.
SU281383:Farmhouse:New Lodge, previously Swantons Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Tiled roof, brick stucco walls, 3-windowed front.
SU281383:Inn:The White Hart, Station Road. 2 storeys, brick structure, thatched roof.
SU281423:Cottage:Gunville Cottage (South). Single storey rendered brick structure. Ref: Tithe Commissioners Map 1837.
SU281424:Cottages (2):Gunville Cottages (North). Brick, part rendered structures. Thatched roofs.
SU281464:Parkland:On southern approach to village. Many fine trees including chestnuts, oaks, sycamores, and limes. Important feature of picturesque village setting.
SU281466:Church:St. Peter and St. Paul. Cruciform mainly C.13. North and south transepts are C.14, with ogee headed openings. Tower cased in brick in 1837. Mural brass of Robert Thornburgh 1522, with kneeling effigies of himself his two wives and nine children. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE32. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.310. Ref: 2. Notes on the parishes of Fyfield, Kimpton, etc., (Clutterbuck).
SU281466:Coin:Found in the churchyard of St. Peter and St. Paul, in 1968. Dated 1065. Now in the British Museum.
SU281466:House:Kimpton Manor. Large 2-storey structure. Large panel timber frame substantially complete. Roof, tie beam with King-post and collar purlin. South gable C.16 brickwork with chequer-board pattern of brick and flint panels. Two large stone C.16 fireplaces, and early C.18 staircase. Ref: 1. Notes on the Parishes of Fyfield, Kimpton, etc., (Clutterbuck). Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.372.
SU281466:Path:Leading to the Church of St. Peter and Paul from the road through the village.
SU281467:Barn:East of Manor Cottage. Long, low and curved, following bend in road. Cob, brick and flint rubble construction. Thatched roof.
SU281467:Barn:West of Manor Cottage. Large weatherboarded structure with thatched roof and two hipped waggon entrances.
SU281467:Cottages (2):Kimpton Cottage and Yew Tree Cottage. 2 storeys. Flint with brick bands and dressings. Thatched roofs. Modern windows. Modern extension of brick with flint panels. Dated 1610 over door.
SU281467:Cottages (2):The Gardens, L-shaped. Flint with brick dressings. New brick and rendered gable end. Thatched roofs. Round-fronted thatched porch with rendered walls. Trees behind cottages provide delightful setting.
SU281467:Road Sign:Set in grass triangle at road junction at Village Green. Three-armed pivotting road sign, with ring-shaped top reading 'Hampshire, Kimpton'.
SU281469:House:Ridgeway House. Built 1872. Brick structure. A typical Victorian rectory.
SU281470:Wall:Flint with tile coping on northern boundary of orchard, formerly of Ridgeway House.
SU281473:Intaglio:South-west of High View. Found 1930. Described as of dark carnelian, from a Roman ring, probably circa 250-300 A.D. Retained by the finder. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE21.
SU281487:Cottage:Well Cottage, Little Shoddesden. Exposed light timber-framing with limewashed brick infilling. Thatched roof. Windows mostly modern. Attractive welI in the garden.
SU281488:Cottage:No. 1, Farm Cottage, Little Shoddesden. Flint rubble with brick dressing. Thatched roof. Modern windows.
SU282065:Domesday Village (Site):Possible site of Gritnam. Area now built on. O.S.A. No. SU20 NE5. Ref: Archaeological Newsletter Vol. 4, No. 12, 1953.
SU282065:Settlement Site:Greatham or Gritham. The only trace of this settlement are the many tracks and hollow-ways which are now focused on the modern settlement. Overgrown banks and ditches form a rectangular enclosure by the now disused well. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE5. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.514.
SU282098:Manor House (Site):Minstead Manor. Pre. C.18. Demolished 1950. O.S.A. No. SU20 NE1. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p. 636.
SU282248:Signalling Station:Telegraph House, Lockerley. Three storeys and basement. Dated 1826, built of cement rendered brickwork under a lead roof. The central core is flanked by a single storey on either side. Ref: Industrial Archaeology in Hampshire (Course).
SU282248:Signalling Station:Telegraph House, Lockerly. Built to form part of the Plymouth to London signalling route. Believed not used as a signalling post as there is no evidence that the appropriate equipment was installed.
SU282320:Old Travelway:Course of the Roman road running south of the parish and east of Buckholt Farm.
SU282383:Cottages (2):Ivy Cottage and South View. 2 storeys, timber- framed. Thatched roof. Large chimney stack to south view.
SU282383:Cottages (3):Brockhurst Cottages. 2 storeys, timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Thatched roof. Irregularly spaced windows. Was four cottages, recently modernised to form three dwellings. Originally the home of the Wallop family.
SU282383:Farmhouse and Cottage:Blacksmith's Farm and Cottage. Formerly Swanton's Farm, 1741. Farmhouse, 2 storeys, old tiled roof, stuccoed walls, 3-windowed front. The cottage pre-dates the farmhouse, 2 storeys, timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling, casement windows, thatched roof. Now modernised and extended.
SU282383:House:The Covey, Station Road. Timber-framed with brick and cob infilling. Thatched roof. Large central chimney, which contains a door, possibly to provide access for a sweep's boy.
SU282466:Building:The Vines. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. Ridge tiled roof. Brick band raised to a point over doorway. Sash windows.
SU282466:Bus Shelter:Village Green. Wooden structure with thatched roof.
SU282466:Cottage:Well Cottage. Plastered walls. Thatched roof. Some early C. 19 reconstruction and C.20 modernisations. Picturesque.
SU282466:Lych Gate:At the entrance to graveyard. Inscribed 'I am the Resurrection and the Life'.
SU282466:Open Space:Village Green. Registered under Commons Registration Act 1965 as V.G. 1 7.
SU282467:Pump:Water pump and well on Village Green.
SU282467:Sarsen Stone No. 41A:On road verge in the viIlage.
SU282487:Farmhouse:Little Shoddesden Farmhouse. Externally C.18 with earlier timber-framed core. 2 storeys, limewashed brick, portion to left plastered. Ridge thatched roof brought down as pentice to rear. End gable to south, of flint rubble with corner brick dressings and centre chimney.
SU283204:House:Plaitford House. A tall building of 2 storeys and attic. Brick built with an old tile roof. Casement windows. Formerly the Rectory, but only used as such when Plaitford has its own rector from 1871 - 1917. Now an art gallery.
SU283383:Trees:The Old Rectory, Station Road. Several sycamore, six ash and a lime on land fronting Station Road and Salisbury Lane.
SU283384:House:Foresters, Station Road. 2 storeys, brick structure, with stucco arches and keystones to ground floor windows. Slate roof.
SU283384:House:Freemantle, King Lane. 3 storeys, brick structure, tiled roof. Restored.
SU283384:Wall:North of Freemantle, thatched top wall now fronting a modern property.
SU284088:Farmhouse:Home Farm, Peartree Lane, Emery Down. 2 storeys. Painted brick. Tiled roof with gable ends. Brick modillion cornice. Three sash windows with vertical glazing bars. C. 1 9 brick gabled weather porch. S-shaped iron tie. Rear elevation has later brick outshut.
SU284183:Heathland:West Wellow Common. Part of the New Forest. Site of Special Scientific Interest. The grid reference locates the central point within the parish.
SU284283:WelI:Situated in King John's Field. Brick with stone top course. Close to site of a cottage. Built before 1800.
SU284288:Fishponds (Remains):Fishpond Wood. The ponds probably originally belonged to the possible C.14 or C.15 manor house. Their present shape indicates that they had been incorporated into an C.18 landscaped garden. The ponds are now overgrown and dry. O.S.A. No. SU22 NE10.
SU284319:Sherds and Tiles:A few scattered sherds of pottery and tile fragments found in the area which lies close to the Roman road. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE10. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section, 1962.
SU284382:Church:St. Peter. Rebuilt in C.19, but retaining mediaeval features. Flint structure. Plain west tower with saddle-back roof. Octagonal font with curved tracery. C.13 wrought iron rood screen and pulpit. Table top tombs in the churchyard. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.368.
SU284382:House:Little Brook House, Station Road. 2 storeys, brick structure with stone quoins, end walls brick with flint bands. Old tiled roof.
SU284383:Building:St. Peter's Church Hall. Formerly a school. Single storey, stone and flint structure. Cast iron lattice windows. Tiled roof.
SU284383:Cottages (2) and Shop:Little Thatch and Hinwood, Station Road. Built partly below the road, chalk structure with thatched roof. The shop adjoining was once the village bakery.
SU284383:Farmhouse and Barn:Church Farm, Station Road. House has chalk walls and a thatched roof. Weatherboarded barn with thatched roof.
SU284384:Cottage:Hillside, King Lane. 2 storeys, cob structure, thatched roof. Modernised.
SU284384:Cottages (2):Apple Tree Cottage and King Cottage, King Lane. Chalk walls with thatched roof. Modern doors and windows. Formerly five cottages.
SU284385:Cottage:Jessamine Cottage, King Lane. Cob walls, thatched roof. Restored.
SU284385:Cottage:Pepys Cottage, King Lane. Timber-framed structure, roof part thatched and part slate. Former coachman's house belonging to Freemantle.
SU284386:Cottages (2):Oakdene and Beam End. 2 storeys, cob walls, thatched roof.
SU284391:Ancient Remains:Curlews, Park Drove. Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman and Mediaeval remains, including scrapers, knives and pottery sherds, found over a period of years.
SU284466:Barrow Cemetery:Nine round barrows with ring ditches, exposed during the drought of 1975, southern most ring excavated by Andover Archaeological Society in 1976.
SU284474:Urn:Containing human cremation, touching south wall of Roman building.
SU284476:Ditched Settlement Site:Large area, part of which was excavated by Andover Archaeological Society in 1968/69, and in 1979. Finds included pottery, animal bones, iron currency bar. Two infant and two adult burials were also discovered in pits. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 18, 1951-3, p.377.
SU284488:Tumulus? Ring Feature:Little Shoddesden. Photographed from the air in 1970.
SU285025:Trees:Ober House, Rhinefield Road. Several trees of differing species.
SU285086:Cottage:Old Cobley', Yew Tree Farm. Timber-framed with brick infill. Thatch roof. Built in Tudor style.
SU285160:Barrows (7):Stagsbury Hill. Area covered with gorse and heather. A - Large ditched bell barrow. 32.0m diameter and 1.2m high. B - Bowl Barrow, 15.0m diameter and 0.8m high. C - Bowl Barrow, 14.0.m diameter and 0.6m high. D - Bowl Barrow, 9.0m diameter and 0.7m high. Central mutilation. E - Ditched Bowl Barrow, 16.0m diameter and 1.2m high. Central mutilation. F - Bowl Barrow, 16.0m diameter and 0.6m high. G - Bowl Barrow, 15.0m diameter and 0.9m high. Mutilated by hollow-ways on the north side. O.S.A. SU21 NE9. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.357.
SU285203:Settlement (Site):Bowers Farm. Items discovered in a sand pit include a bronze pin, two torques, pottery sherds, and a loom weight, all now in Winchester Museum. The pit is now disused and overgrown.
SU285274:Hill Fort (Remains):Holbury Wood Camp. A sharply-contoured hill composed of sand which has been supposed on largely circumstantial evidence to be an earthwork fort. O.S.A. No. SU22 SE22. Ref: Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, (Williams-Freeman), pp.161, 378.
SU285281:Pond:King John's Pond. Situated on the eastern boundary of the parish, on the line of an old trackway to the New Forest, habitat of water fowl.
SU285383:Cottage:Grange Cottage, Orange Lane. Once a dissenting chapel, it contained a pulpit with a hole cut in the ceiling as the preacher was too tall for the alcove. 'Ranters' would climb the sloping roof at the rear and put lighted feathers down the chimneys, to smoke out the occupants.
SU285383:Farm House:Kings Farm, Orange Lane. Built 1738. 2 storeys, brick with broken string course at first floor level. M-shaped slate roof. Ground floor windows have stucco arches and keystones. William I I I said to have rested here on his way from Torbay to London.
SU285384:Cottage and Barn:Vine Cottage, Orange Lane. Flint structure, thatched roof. Thatched barn.
SU285414:Woods:Grateley Woods, upper and lower. In south-east corner of the parish.
SU285429:Trees:Grateley Drove. Many different species, either side of the trackway, only part of the area covered by this order is in this parish.
SU286084:Almshouses (5):Boultbee Cottages, Emery Down. Cottages in pleasant setting, brick built by Admiral F.M. Boultbee in 1871. Occupied by elderly people of the parish.
SU286159:Old Roadway:Mediaeval Holloway, Cloven Way, near Stagbury Hill. No trace visible; area covered with gorse and heather. Given the name 'Cloven Way', because of the deeply cut trenches or traffic ruts that are evident in parts.
SU286318:Supposed Settlement Site:South-east of belt of trees known as Redbush. Presumed site of the Roman Station, Brige, sited from equation of distances given in the Antonine Itinarary, and because Roman pottery was found in neighbourhood, but exact site not known. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE14. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 16, 1944-46, (Winbolt), pp.52-5. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 20, 1956, pp.3-13.
SU286382:Cottages:Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Northern Cottages, Station Road. Built circa 1875. A group of cottages at right angles to the road. Built of brick and flint with cement facing.
SU286462:View:From grid reference given to Kimpton Village.
SU287015:Cottage:The Thatched Cottage, South Weirs. Cob structure with thatched roof. Sash and casement windows.
SU287018:Tree and Pond:South Weirs. Circular pond with overhanging oak tree. Important for its pond life.
SU287044:Earthworks:Royal Hunting Lodge, Queens Bower. Two miles north north west of Brockenhurst. Quadrilateral earthwork of bank and ditch indicates this probable C.14 site. O.S.A. No. SU20 SE16.
SU287274:Coins and Pottery:Holbury Wood. Thirty coins of A.D. 250-350 and fragments of pottery found in March 1869. Location of find centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU22 NE18.
SU287453:Trees:Four beech trees situated adjacent to the A303 west of Thruxton.
SU287456:Trees:Thruxton Manor. All trees standing in an area of land around Thruxton Manor, including a mature cedar of Lebanon.
SU288194:Trees:Maury's Lane. Three single oaks and a group of oak.
SU288382:Cottage:Roumain Cottage. 2 storeys, cob structure with brick additions. Thatched roof. Case- ment windows. Cob and wood thatched porch. Originally two cottages.
SU288455:Church:St. Peter and St. Paul. Partly Norman with some C.13 and C.15 work. Short ashlar-faced west tower of 1801. Church restored in 1869. Inside is a brass of Sir John De Lisle, 1407, and tomb chest of Purbeck marble with effigies of a knight and his wife, circa 1520. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.620-1.
SU288455:Fortified Manor with Moat:North of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church. A banked and ditched homestead, the original site of Thruxton Manor house. The site overlies an earlier banked and ditched sub-rectangular enclousure on the east side, which has probably original casewayed entrances in the north and south sides. Moat to north and west. O.S.A. No.SU24 NE22. Ref: Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, (Williams-Freeman), pp.119-20, 337, 411.
SU288455:Stream:Pillhill Brook. From its source on Thruxton Down, running through the grounds of Thruxton Manor, it continues alongside the village street constituting a picturesque village setting with thatched cottages and the village green.
SU288474:Building:Chalk/flint footings and rammed chalk floor of large building, probably a barn. Roof tiles of Bembridge stone in the vicinity. Traces of earlier phases. Ref: 1. Andover Archaeological Society, 1976. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Newsletter, No. 4, p.9.
SU289108:Trees:Field opposite North Lodge Football Green, Eight oak trees bordering the south east corner of the field.
SU289266:Farmhouse:Deansgate Farmhouse. Brick and timber-framed structure. Thatched roof.
SU289267:Tree:Treyarnon, East Dean Road. A single beech on the rear boundary of the property.
SU289267:Trees:Treyarnon, East Dean Road. Single beech to the rear of the property.
SU289268:CanalLock (Remains):Southampton to Salisbury Canal (disused). West side of road from Lockerley Green to Holbury Wood. A brick wall about 35ft. long and about 5ft. high west of the modern bridge, formed south side of lock. Best preserved on the entire canal.
SU289287:Park Pale (Remains):Michael de Columbars enclosed the park some time before A.D. 1226. Most of the pale can still be recognised in various parts of the parish. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU22 NE9. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 9, p.515.
SU289322:Glassworks (Site):Buckholt Glass Factory, Cold Harbour. Known locally as the 'Bottle Factory'. Excavations in 1860 revealed rectangular furnace. Fragments of C.16 glass and pottery were found. Area centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE7. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 15, p.491.
SU289325:Cropmark:Close to the Turret tumulus. Visible on air photographs. Possibly lynchets of a field system. Site is on cultivated land. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE11.
SU289332:Nature Reserve:Broughton Down. A mainly north-east facing chalk escarpment, exhibiting a succession of chalk vegetation stages, from open grazed chalk grassland to woodland, thus providing important examples of the complete range of chalk habitats.
SU289379:House:Fifehead Manor, Middle Wallop. Mid C.19 addition forming front to road. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Old tiled roof. Stone muIIioned windows and C.19 bay windows. Elizabethan and Jacobean fireplaces. Priests hiding place on ledge in Elizabethan chimney. The central portion of the house was a mediaeval hall.
SU289379:Manor House:Fifehead Manor. Built on the site of the ancient Manor of Wallop, mentioned in the Domesday Survey. Owned by the famous Lady Godiva and probably her birth place. Its owner is entitled to call himself 'Lord of the Manor'.
SU289454:Cottage:Well Cottage. Chalk walls, rendered. Thatched roof. Two upper windows. Modernised.
SU289455:Barn:West of the church. 2 storeys, rendered chalk walls. Thatched roof. Possibly once a coach house and stables.
SU289455:Cottage:Manor Cottage. 2 storeys, colourwashed brick on stone plinth. Hipped tiled roof. Small C.19 gabled porch. Stands in walled garden.
SU289455:House:Manor House. 2 storeys, brick structure colour- washed white. Hipped tiled roof. A large L- shaped house, side facade to west has five sets of windows, some on ground floor being French windows.
SU289455:House:The Rectory. 2 storeys. Brick and stone, colour-washed. Low pitched slate roof. Garden facade has five sash windows, some French casements on ground floor. Modernised.
SU289456:Trees:Church of St. Peter and St. Paul. A weeping beech to the right of approach to the church, along the same approach is a row of large lime trees.
SU289464:Cottage:Forge Cottage, Littleton. Restored timber- framed structure with limewashed brick infilling and partly plastered. Thatched roof. Modern extension in keeping with original style.
SU289466:House:Littleton Manor. 2 storeys. Early C. 1 9 facade over earlier timber-framed structure. Hipped tiled roof. Chalk wall along western and northern boundaries of the garden. Ref: 1. Notes on the Parishes of Fyfield, Kimpton, etc., (Clutterbuck). Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.374.
SU289467:Deserted Medieval Village:Littleton Manor. Enclosed site with house platforms. Ditch sectioned in 1964 by the Andover Archaeological Society.
SU289480:Finds:Kalis Corner. Several Peterborough bowls with human cremation, Sarsen stones, and palisade stake trench. Large pit, trefoil plan, probably flint mine. Ref: 1. Andover Archaeological Society, 1966-70. Ref: 2. P.P.S., 1981, pp.147-203.
SU289480:Urnfield:Kalis Corner. Large cremation cemetery, in use for 1500 years. Urns placed on flint platform. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE33. Ref: 1. Andover Archaeological Society, 1966-70. Ref: 2. P.P.S., pp.147-203.
SU289481:Sarsen Stone No.41C:Kalis Corner. Close to parish boundary.
SU290023:Trees:North Weirs. Several trees of differing species. Centred on grid reference.
SU290042:Settlement (Site):Boldreford, West of Boldreford Bridge. No visible traces remain. O.S.A. No. SU20 NE17. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 514.
SU290082:Cottages (2):Swan Green. Colourwashed brick with thatched roof and rustic porches. Originally three dwellings.
SU290223:Church:St. Leonard's. By Fred Bath of Salisbury built in 1902. Constructed from red brick and stone, it consists of a nave, chancel, crossing-tower with an octagonal bell-stage and a spire. The windows have C.18 and Art Nouveau stained glass. It was built in a lavish style Lady Ashburton to commemorate her daughter. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.502.
SU290268:Canal (Disused):Southampton to Salisbury. Identified along its length as a continuous line of small trees, bushes and undergrowth. Construction of the railway responsible for destruction of a short section.
SU290270:Mill:Holbury Mill. A 2-storey corn mill and mill house in a continuous range now converted into a residence. Brick structure with tiled roof. The water wheel was under the end bay of the mill. A large mill pond together with the tail race and sluices remain. Ref: Water and Wind Mills in Hampshire and I.O.W., (S.U.I.A.G.), 1978, p.36.
SU290329:Barrows (3):Whiteshoot Hill. In area of natural downland. Bell barrow with large crater at centre and two saucer barrows, apparently intact. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, (Grinsell), pp.11, 14, 210, 227.
SU290378:Farmhouse and Outbuildings:Brewery House Farm, Middle Wallop. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick with dentil cornice. Old tiled roof. Central door with cast iron trellis porch. Picturesque barns and outbuildings of flint and brick, some weatherboarded, with thatched and tiled roofs.
SU290379:Cottage:Willow Cottage. 2 storeys. Rendered walls, original thatched roof now replaced by tiles. Sliding shutters. Chalk-walled garden. Modernised.
SU290379:Cottages (3):Brewery Farm Cottages, Middle Wallop. 2 storeys. Timber-framed, part brick, part flint walls. Tiled roofs. Irregular casements, mostly modern. Originally four cottages for farm labourers.
SU290380:House:Haywards, Station Road. 2 storeys, brick and chalk walls, slate roof, sash windows. Formerly the home of the 'Ward of the Hay'.
SU290455:Cottage:Southville. Small thatched cottage with chalk and brick walls.
SU290455:Cottage:The Old Forge. 2 storeys with single storey side projection, limewashed chalk, flint and brick walls with some exposed light timber-framing. Thatched roof. The former forge is now incorporated as a room into the cottage.
SU290455:Cottages (2):AshwelI Cottage and Curlew Cottage. 2 storeys, rendered chalk walls. Thatched roof, casement windows. Modernised.
SU290455:House:Goose Acre and Goose Acre Too. Two dwellings formed from one house originally known as The Cottage. 2 storeys, built of flint with red brick dressings. Thatched roof with three thatched gabled upper windows, part of Goose Acre Too has a flat lead roof. Casement windows and a 2-storey splayed bay. Part of the house is C.18. Now modernised. Garden wall to Goose Acre Too is of chalk, brick and stone with tile capping.
SU290455:Open Space:The Village Green. Situated in the heart of the village, originally known as Glebe Field, acquired by the villagers in 1978. Surrounded by many tall mature trees, many of which are situated in the grounds of the rectory.
SU290455:Tree:A lime tree well loved by villagers, set in a triangle of grass on the village street. Planted by the Rev. H. D. Baker to commemorate the birth of his eldest son.
SU290456:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage. Colourwashed and rendered over chalk. Thatched roof, and thatched porch. Modernised.
SU290456:Cottages:Nos. 1 and 2, Manor Cottages. 1 1/2 storeys, brick structure colourwashed white. Thatched roof with thatch cut around upper windows, thatched pentice to rear. Casement windows, upper windows enlarged by the addition of segmental lights at the sides. Restored and modernised.
SU290458:Footpath:From Stanbury Close to Fyfield Church. Originally the path continued to Thruxton Manor, but this part is now private property,
SU290466:Cottages:The Rank. Flint, brick and partly plastered. 2 storeys. Six plain casements. Thatched roofs.
SU290467:Ancient Site:Littleton. Deserted Mediaeval village. Hundred = Andover. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 484. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p. 373. Ref: 3. V.C.H., Vol. 5, pp.410-11.
SU290481:Old Travelway:Old Bridleway south of Kalis Corner to Littleton Farm.
SU290481:Old Travelway:Trackwaybetween Redenham Lodge. Iron Age settlement, Deverel Rimbury urnfield, High View Farm settlement and Kimpton Village.
SU291021:Cottage:Thatched Cottage, North Weirs. Originally two cottages. 2 storeys. Cob walls. Thatched roof with scalloped ridge. Brick chimney. Casement windows.
SU291023:House:Black Knoll House. Large Edwardian house. Red brick with tiled roof, built about 1900. Solid walls three bricks thick. Same architect as Chequers (Prime Minister's house).
SU291076:Trees:The Wilderness', Cuffnells Park. Fine specimen fir.
SU291083:Trees:Woodhay, Bournemouth Road, Lyndhurst. Three notable trees, corsican pine, magnolia and lime. Also several types of trees which are under group preservation.
SU291084:Trees:Northerwood Estate. To the west of Northerwood House. Fine specimens of trees from various parts of the world.
SU291085:House:Northerwood House, Emery Down. A large mansion sited to north west of village. Plastered walls and low pitched roofs.
SU291085:Trees:Northerwood House, Lyndhurst. Several trees of various species standing in the area. Centred on grid reference.
SU291090:Trees:Blackwater House, Emery Down. Several trees of differing species standing in the grounds of the above house.
SU291136:Inn:The Barley Corn, Cadnam. Single storey and attic. Colour-washed brick. Brick chimney stacks. Thatched roof. Probably converted from two cottages mid C.19.
SU291152:Site of Natural Interest:An area of varied semi-natural vegetation, inter- nationally of great ecological and biological importance. Centred on grid reference.
SU291195:Farmhouse:Tarrants Farmhouse. Brick structure under hipped old tiled roof with splayed brick eaves. Symmetrical chimneys. Casement windows, some to ground floor being mullioned and transomed under drip moulds. Central plain door, panelled door in left hand corner.
SU291223:Inn:The Hatchett Inn. Built under an old tile roof, it comprises a single storey and an attic. It has a stuccoed front on splayed plinth. On the right is a 2-storey extension of chequer brick with a hipped slate roof.
SU291267:House:Cromwells. Brick and timber-framed structure with a thatched roof.
SU291319:Potsherds:North of Roman road. Finds include small sherds of pottery, fragment of tile and two small lumps of iron. A possible Iron Age/Romano-British farmstead; site appears on air photographs. Site on culitvated land. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE13.
SU291327:Bowl Barrow:The Turret, south-east of Whiteshoot Plantation. Also known locally as Bol's or Bald Turret. Average diameter 43m, height 3m. Site on cultivated land. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), pp.29, 30, 352.
SU291378:Cottages (2):Ringwold Cottages. Colourwashed brick, with timber-framing and brick infilling on first floor, brick and flint end wall. Tiled roof. Building partly Tudor. One cottage recently renovated.
SU291380:House:Rosehill, Salisbury Road. 2 storeys, colour-washed brick structure, old tiled roof. Now Rosehill Flats.
SU291449:View:Panoramic views in all directions from the track leading south-west-north-east over London Hill.
SU291455:Building:Bray Cottage. Once the village shop, 2 storeys, rendered chalk walls. Three small casement windows. Thatched roof.
SU291455:Cottage:Bridge Cottage. Small L-shaped thatched cottage. Rendered chalk walls, with timber- framing exposed in side gable. Thatched and weatherboarded outbuilding to rear.
SU291456:Cottage:Clovelly. A flint, brick and chalk cottage with thatched roof.
SU291456:Cottages (2):Robins Roost and Forge Cottage. Flint and brick with some exposed timber-framing. Thatched roof.
SU292023:Trees:Meadow End, Armstrong Road. Several trees of differing species.
SU292080:Lodge:Cuffnells, North Lodge. Brick with tile roof. Typical lodge to a big house. (Cuffnelis now destroyed).
SU292103:Trees:Williams Hill. An oak and beech standing to the south of the above area.
SU292136:Tree:Cadnam oak. South east corner of crossroads. Probably a boundary mark of the New Forest. Legend states the Cadnam Oak buds on Christmas Day.
SU292229:Church (Site):A memorial stone now indicates the site of the former St. Leonard's Church which was probably C.14. The churchyard still contains a number of gravestones. Two stone coffins, discovered in 1859 when the nave was pulled down, are now in the present Church. The chancel was demolished in 1907. O.S.A. No. SU22 SE10. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.511.
SU292289:Manor House (Site):South of St. Peter's Church. Visible as a large platform now under pasture. Apart from a well and a number of freestone blocks, no trace of the building remains. Probably built on the site of a C.13 manor house. O.S.A. No. SU22 NE12. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.515-7. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920, (Suckling), pp.1-22.
SU292290:Church:St. Peter. Flint and stone structure. Restored in C.19. Side lancets, priest's doorway and chancel arch are all original. C.13 stained glass - three small figures of saints. C.16 monument to Richard Gifford and family. O.S.A. No. SU22 NE24. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.517-8. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920, (Suckling), pp.1-22. Ref: 3. Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.204.
SU292295:Farmhouse:Manor Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic. Colour-washed brick with string course at first floor level. Old tiled roof. Central door at head of flight of stone steps with plain cast iron rails.
SU292370:Farmhouse and Barns:Goddards Farm, Bent Street. 2 storeys. Brick and flint walls, plastered and painted 1969. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Interesting barns and outhouses.
SU292377:House:Ringwold. 2 storeys, brick structure, raised string course at first floor level. Slate roof. Doric porch.
SU292456:Building:Garage to George Inn. A long narrow building lining the road. Rendered chalk walls and thatched roof.
SU292456:Building:War Memorial Hall. Originally a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. 2 storeys, built in red brick, Three round-headed windows set in arched panels. Central panelled door with fanlight in fluted surround. Low brick parapet with stone cornice and raised cement panel in centre.
SU292456:Cottage:George Cottage. Chalk and brick structure, colourwashed white. Thatched roof. Once two cottages. Modernised.
SU292484:Settlement (Site):North-east of Kalis Corner. Series of beehive shaped pits discovered 1896 when railway cutting was widened. Finds include pot boilers, flint flakes and pottery. One pit held a crouched burial. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE29. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920-24, pp.217-8. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.150. Ref: 3. Southern Evening Echo 8.8.1963. Ref: 4. Southern Evening Echo 15.8.1963.
SU292506:Lynchets:South of Biddesden Park. Saxon or mediaeval lynchets averaging 2.0m in height. O.S.A. No. SU25 SE11.
SU293021:Cottage:Linneys, foot of North Weirs. 2 storeys. Cob structure with later brick additions. Slate roof.
SU293083:Trees:Small belt of trees in Northerwood Park.
SU293167:Enclosure Banks (4):Haifmoon earthworks and Warren. A - Halfmoon earthwork - perfect crescent shape. Horns of crescent 50ft. apart. width 10ft. B - Halfmoon warren - probably old coppice enclosure with bank and ditch. C - Two additional enclosures, similar to above. O.S.A. No. SU21 NE3. Ref: Field Archaeology in Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), pp.429-30.
SU293195:House:Thorne Gate, formerly Edney's House, West Wellow. Colourwashed 2-storey brick building under an old tile roof with toothed eaves. Windows on ground floor have ledged shutters.
SU293220:Mill:Sherfield Mill. Although the mill building has been demolished, the foundations are still visible. The mill house, built about 1720, of brick with a tiled roof, has now been restored. The watershed has been reset in concrete. The tail race and sluice survive. Ref: Water and Windmills in Hampshire and I.O.W., (S.U.I.A.G), p.47.
SU293230:Farmhouse:Manor Farmhouse. 2 storeys, built in plum- coloured brick with red brick window arches. Old tile roof. C.19 wide sash windows. Central door.
SU293277:Inn:The Star. 2 storeys. Red brick walls. Old tiled roof. Contemporary casement windows. Single storey wing of brick with old tiled roof.
SU293278:Cottages (2):Star Cottages. Brick structure. Thatched roof with 'eyebrows'. Chimney at each end. Small extension to rear.
SU293330:Supposed Villa (Site):East of Whiteshoot plantation and 3/4 mile north of the Roman road. Pits dug in 1972 revealed short lengths of collapsed walling, pottery, fragments of tiles, brick, animal bones etc. O.S.A. No. SU23 SE12. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.312. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 16, 1944-46, (Winbolt), p.52.
SU293375:Farm House and Outbuildings:Haydown Farm, Farley Street, Middle Wallop. Refronted in the C.19 and much altered. 2 storeys. Brick front, timber-framed with brick infilling at the back of the house. Concrete tile roof. Fine tiled, chalk and timbered barns.
SU293376:Chapel:Baptist, circa 1841. Chalk walls with flint base. Slate roof. Iron framed windows. Brick porch. Interior has a 'sounding board' over the pulpit. Bapistry in front of the pulpit.
SU293466:Trees:Bracondale, Anodver Road. Four limes preserved throughout development which, because of their position on high ground, form an important part of the village scene.
SU293487:Settlement (Site):Chapel Copse. Complex area of old banks. Tiles, pottery fragments, a fine stone celt and pieces of slag found. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE27. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 6, p.295. Ref: 2. Arch., Vol. 56, 1897, (Englehert), p.2.
SU293494:Farmhouse:Home Farm House, Redenham. 2 storeys, flint with red brick dressings. Colourwashed wing to right with black tarred plinth. Ridge thatched roof.
SU294023:Trees:Armstrong Lane. Includes several oak and holly trees standing along the lane. Also two oaks and an ash which are individually noteworthy. Centred on grid reference.
SU294078:Chapel:Baptist Chapel, Chapel Lane. Brick structure, built 1754/55. Fine example of this type of building.
SU294087:Trees:Pikes Hill Avenue. Oak, lime and copper beech.
SU294089:Trees:End House, Pikes Hill Avenue, Lyndhurst. An individual catalpa and several other types of tree on the land adjoining.
SU294193:Cottage:Buttons, Buttons Lane. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with brick infilling. First floor windows set into thatched roof. Mid C.19 2-storey gabled wing added at each end, slate roof, timber-framed upper storey, brick below. Casement windows.
SU294195:Trees:Barnes Close. Several species to the rear of properties between Button Lane and Barnes Corner.
SU294261:Barns:Critchells Green Farm. Weatherboard with thatched roofs.
SU294288:House:Rolle House (formerly Munkhouse). School founded 1736 by Sarah Rolle, converted to private dwelling in 1932. 2 storeys and attic. Symmetrical front of red brick. Old tiled roof. Modern lead casements. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.204.
SU294456:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage. Situated at right angles to the road. Chalk, flint and brick construction, colourwashed white. Thatched roof. Modernised.
SU294464:Farmhouse:Manor Farm House. 2 storeys, and brick structure with side facades of flint and brick in bands. Hipped tiled roof. Sash windows.
SU294465:Cottages (2):Grange Cottage and Lilac Cottage. Originally three cottages. 2 storeys with thatched eaves. Partly timber-framed with limewashed brick infilling. Ridge thatched roof with modern tiled addition to rear.
SU294465:House:Fyfield Grange. 2 storeys, limewashed flint and brick walls. Tiled mansard roof. Stuccoed wing to left. Modern windows.
SU294465:Sarsen Stone No. 29B:In the garden of Fyfield Grange.
SU294466:Stables:North of Fyfield Grange. Thatched stable block with plain plastered walls abutting road.
SU294493:House:Redenham House. Classical mansion faced with Bath stone. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Sash windows. Central porch with coupled Ionic columns.
SU295006:Cottage:Latchmoor Corner. Originally two cottages. Cob structure with slate roof. Casement windows.
SU295007:Cottage:Latchmore, Sway Road. Brick structure with some cob. Tile roof.
SU295010:Trees:Between railway line and Sway Road.
SU295021:Farmhouse:Armstrong Farm. 2 storeys. tile-hung. Three 2-light casements. Extension to right with hipped old tile roof.
SU295023:Church:St. Saviours Church. Built in 1895, in the Gothic style, of Swanage stone by the Walker- Munro family.
SU295043:House:New Park, Brockenhurst Road, Lyndhurst. Built 1660-72. 2 storeys and attic. Brick structure Tile roof with brick stacks. Moulded wood eaves cornice. Sash and casement windows. Doorway with fanlight.
SU295079:Trees:Wymering House, and Haskells. Various types of tree including oak, sweet chestnut and holly.
SU295087:Trees:Balholm, Pikes Hill Avenue, Lyndhurst. Several trees of differing species standing in this area.
SU295088:Tree:Hill Crest, Pikes Hill, Lyndhurst. An individual blue cedar.
SU295226:House:The Rectory. A 2-storey building with stuccoed walls and a wood cornice under a slate roof. It has a long 5-bay front with tall windows and a pediment over the right hand bay.
SU295261:Farmhouse:Critchells Green Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Brick walls. Half-hipped old tiled roof. Long 5-bay south front. Gabled porch.
SU295267:Cottage:Spring Cottage. Formerly two cottages. Timber- framed with brick infilling. Well restored after being badly damaged by fire in 1966.
SU295327:Trees:Beeches on escarpment, south-east end of Broughton Down. Panoramic views.
SU295463:Church:St. Nicholas. Almost completely rebuilt in C.19. Nave, chancel and bellcote. Perpendicular east window. Chancel south window probably C.17. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE17. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.239. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.368.
SU295466:Sarsen Stones No. 29A:Scattered in village gardens, centred on grid reference.
SU295503:Buildings (2) (Site):Lambourne's Hill. Remains of villa and timber-built farm building discovered in C.19. Sherds, coins, a knife, stone tiles etc. found in the area. Site now under pasture. O.S.A. No. SU25 SE10. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 6, pp.294-5. Ref: 2. Arch., J., 1850, (Boileau), p.183. Ref: 3. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920-24, (Englehert), p.216.
SU296000:Barrows (2):Setley Plain. Overlapping disc or bell barrows. Much mutilated. Centred on grid reference.
SU296023:Cottage:Brook, Rhinefield Road. Regency house. Long fronted with Gothic heads to small-paned windows. Timber porch in Chinese style.
SU296023:House:Little Brockley, Rhinefield Road. Old brick house. Elliptical-headed windows.
SU296024:Cottage:Reads, Rhinefield Road. Small compact house. Apparently dating from the C.18 or earlier.
SU296024:Trees:Rinefield Road. Single yew, beech, monterey pine, birch and four oaks. Also several note- worthy groups of trees in the Fairhaven area.
SU296077:House:Angel Farm, Chapel Lane. Built in small local stone. Originally a turnpike gatehouse. Distinctive old red tile catslide roof.
SU296082:Trees:Individual trees in:- Elcombes Close, Knightwood Avenue and Knightwood Close.
SU296087:Inn:Waterloo Arms, Pikes Hill. Brick structure with thatched roof. Later additions.
SU296113:Boundary Markers (2):Cast Iron. Marked 'Minstead-Earling'.
SU296201:Farmhouse:Kings Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Brick structure with toothed eaves and hipped slate roof. 3-bay front with wide sash windows in architrave frames. Central door in panelled reveals and architrave surround in contemporary trellis porch with ornate hood.
SU296207:Farmhouse:Pins Farmhouse. Altered C.18. 2 storeys and lower single storey wing. Built of flint with brick dressings, extensions being brick, under an old tile roof. Has large chimney at back with diamond shafts and offest heads. Casement windows with C.17 and C.18 mullioned frames. Panelled entrance door under rustic porch.
SU296229:House:Sherfield Manor. Set on a small hill and backed by tall trees. It is a 2-storey house with an old tile roof. Low single storey wings with hipped roofs project to either side of a central bay.
SU296269:Farmhouse:Lockerley Water Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic. Brick walls. Old tiled hipped roof. Central door with contemporary brick porch and two French casement windows on ground floor. Attractive setting with stream through garden.
SU296270:Mill:Ford Mill. The Mill and attached Mill House were converted in recent years to a single dwelling. The luccam has been retained, a low breastshot wheel powered by the embanked stream, was situated inside the mill. The building is 3-storey, the original mill section having five bays. No machinery survives. Ref: Water and Wind Mills in Hampshire and I.O.W., (S.U.I.A.G.), 1978, p.36.
SU296436:Trees:Amport Park. Many different species throughout the area.
SU296456:Inn:The White Horse Inn, Mullens Pond, East Cholderton. Limewashed brick and chalk with black tarred plinth. Thatched roof with pentice to rear.
SU296456:River:Pillhill Brook and its banks from Mullens Pond through East Cholderton and Amport to Sarson Farm.
SU296457:Turnpike Road:The A303 road traversing the parish was part of the Andover to Amesbury turnpike road. The toll house at Mullen's Pond was finally demolished in 1965. Grid reference given locates the toll house site.
SU296458:Pond and Open:Mullen's Pond, and area adjoining. Natural habitat for many species of migratory birds and wild plants.
SU296490:Cottage:Park Cottage, Redenham. 2 storeys, flint and brick in bands. Ridge tiled roof brought down as pentice to rear. Four plain casements. Originally two cottages.
SU297018:Trees:Bordering Sway Road from railway bridge to Brockenhurst.
SU297019:Farmhouse:Brookley Farm, Sway Road. 2 storeys. Red brick. Tiled roof. 3-window range of 2-light casements with glazing bars to upper storey. Central entrance.
SU297019:Outbuildings:Brookley Farm, Sway Road. Brick structures with tiled roofs.
SU297022:Rural Scene:Brook Cottage, Little Brookley, Watersplash and trees create a harmonious setting of old buildings and natural beauty.
SU297023:Tree:Brookside, Brookley Road. A single oak in the garden of the house.
SU297023:Trees:Forest Glade, Brookley Road. Several chestnut, prunus, beech, lime and conifer trees centred on grid reference.
SU297081:House:Elcombes, Bournemouth Road. Brick with tile roof and brick stacks. 2-storey and attic. Now converted to flats.
SU297081:House:The Queen's House, Bournemouth Road. On site of C.14 Hunting Lodge and Hall. A large rambling structure in brick with tile roof and brick stacks, 2-storey and attic. O.S.A. No. SU20 NE6. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.630.
SU297085:House:No. 29, Romsey Road. 2 storeys. Colourwashed rendered over cob and brick. Two casements with glazing bars. Central rustic porch with thatched roof. Thatched roof with half-hipped gable ends. Central stack. Catslide roof to rear.
SU297087:Trees:Calpe Avenue. Oak, lime and copper beech.
SU297210:Granary:Cross Oaks Farm. Weatherboarded granary with half-hipped slate roof standing on triple row of staddle stones.
SU297281:House:Lockerley House. A notable Victorian structure designed by Burn and McVicar Anderson. Subsequently reduced in size. Red brick with stone dressings.
SU297362:House:Rags Corner, Five Bells Lane. Formerly three cottages. Timber-framed with brick and flint infilling. Thatched roof. Irregular modern casement windows. Priest's hole found under floorboards when house was renovated. Underground tunnel leads from Rags Corner to Berry Court Farm and to Garlogs.
SU297363:Cottage:Elm Cottage, Five Bells Lane. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with brick infilling, part brick and flint. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows.
SU297363:Cottages:Durnford, Five Bells Lane. Single storey and attic. Brick walls. Old tiled roof. Interesting diamond-shaped chimney stacks. Modern additions and alterations.
SU297366:House:Winton House, Hosketts Lane, formerly Wallop House. Built 1838 in Gothic Revival style in the historic grounds of a previous Wallop House. 3 storeys. Gabled brick and stone structure. Interesting ornate chimney stacks.
SU297440:Gardens:Amport House. Terraced water gardens, topiary garden and pleached lime avenues.
SU297441:House:Amport House. Built 1857 by the 14th Marquis of Winchester. Grey brick with stone dressings. Symmetrical south front. Slate roof. Terraces and gatepiers designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1923. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p.79.
SU297452:Cottage:Old Farm, Cottage, East Cholderton. Lime- washed brick, side elevation banded flint and brick. Thatched roof. Porch with ornamental bargeboards.
SU297453:House:Lady's Walk, East Cholderton. 2 storeys, lime- washed fIint with brick dressing. Low pitched slate roof. Lattice casements on upper windows.
SU297454:Cottage:Guyatts Cottage, East Cholderton. Small lime-washed chalk and brick structure. Thatched roof.
SU297455:Cottage:Clare Cottage, East Cholderton. Limewashed flint and brick structure. Thatched roof. Modern lattice casements. Central thatched porch.
SU297455:Cottage:Wiremead, East Cholderton. Brick patched with flint rubble, one end plastered. Thatched roof.
SU297458:Footpath:From the parish boundary to Fyfield Church.
SU297461:Building (Site):North of Stanbury. The remains of a Roman building were found in 1823, possibly a temple or basilican villa containing a tesselated pavement depicting Bacchus seated on a tiger. A terra-cotta candalabrum was also found. The mosaic pavement was acquired for the British Museum in 1893. Site now under permanant pasture. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE16. Ref: 1. Gentleman's Magazine, 1823, pp.452. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920-24, (Engleheart), pp.214-5. Ref: 3. V.C.H., pp.299-300.
SU297486:WelI:Measured depth of 53ft. Possibly prehistoric or Roman. In isolated position at the bottom of a dry valley. Superstructure of very large knapped flints. Due to damage excavation was not possible. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1971.
SU298004:House:Latchmoor House. Pebble dash, timber-framed. Thatched roof. Gatehouse, and stabling in the same style. Built 1911. Extended 1936. Many unusual and attractive features.
SU298077:Trees:Shrubbs Hill House and Gascoignes. Individual trees of differing species.
SU298081:Church:St. Michael. Built between 1858-70. Red brick with yellow trim and north west steeple. Interior has yellow, white and red exposed brickwork. Purbeck piers. Nave roof decorated with life-size supporting angels. Stained glass by Morris 1862-3, in east and south transept. East window designed by Burne-Jones. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.326-327.
SU298084:Cottage:An old turnpike cottage, Romsey Road. Thatched with mud walls reinforced by brick, Tudor type.
SU298085:Cottage:Jervis Cottage, Romsey Road. Brick and cob walls. Thatched roof. On old Lyndhurst/ Minstead Road.
SU298085:Trees:Forest Gardens, Lyndhurst. Several ash, tulip, false acacia, laburnum, holly and oak trees standing in this area.
SU298086:Cottage:Turnpike Cottage, Romsey Road. Brick and roughcast walls, tiled roof and oak beams. Old turnpike cottage of Lymington, Lyndhurst, and Rumbridge Turnpike Trust of 1765.
SU298124:Lodge:Beechwood Lodge, Bartley. Single storey. Rendered brick building. Thatched roof and central brick chimney stacks. Recently modernised.
SU298131:House:Bartley Lodge, Cadnam. 3 storeys. Red brick Tiled, hipped roof. String-course between storeys. Seven windows in regular rhythm, sashed with glazing bars. Large porch with corner piers and intermediate pilasters supporting simple, modillioned pediment. Irregular wings project from rear.
SU298198:Farmhouse and Buildings:Hatches Farmhouse. 1 1/2 storeys. Brick structure, partly timber-framed under an old half-hipped tile roof with two gabled dormers. Casement windows. Entrance door under C.19 porch. Weaterboarded outbuildings with thatch and old tile roofs.
SU298210:Farmhouse:Cross Oaks Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Brick structure under a hipped slate roof. Central chimney with three diamond shafts. Altered C.19.
SU298227:Village Pound:Pound Hill. This is the probable site of a mediaeval pound. O.S.A. No. SU22 SE (m)4
SU298267:Church (Site):St. John the Evangelist. Believed to date from the C.11 and demolished in 1884. Site marked by a hollow and some stones to the north of the burial ground. O.S.A. No. SU22 NE19. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.502.
SU298363:Cottage:Beech Cottage, Five Bells Lane. Small tiled structure with chalk walls. Formerly a farmhouse.
SU298363:Farmhouse:Thornley House, Five Bells Lane. Georgian facade on older Elizabethan house. Colour-washed brick on mainly flint and stone. Old tiled roof. Four windows and central door. Two Elizabethan fireplaces and a bread oven were dug out in 1964. Chalk walled garden.
SU298364:Farmhouse Barns and Smoking Room:Broadgate Farm, Five Bells Lane. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Slate roof. Sash windows. Two large barns with internal beams reputed to be ships timbers. Smoking room in the garden, a rare feature built in the early C.19, for the use of the men, as smoking was forbidden in the house.
SU298364:Inn:The Five Bells, Five Bells Lane. Originally a brick and tiled farmhouse with outbuildings, stables etc., much modernised mid 1960s. Interesting loft over stables, now a skittle alley with outside stone staircase.
SU298365:Cottage:Bleinheim Cottage, Hosketts Lane. 2 storeys, brick structure, part timber-framed. Old tiled roof. Originally two cottages.
SU298365:Cottage:Dancing Green, Hosketts Lane. Small timber- framed structure with brick infiiling. Thatched roof. Named after the 'dancing green' between it and the Butchers Arms Inn.
SU298438:Parkland:Amport Park. A natural fold in the land offer- ing a very fine view from the terraces of Amport House and containing many fine trees.
SU298441:Stable Block:North-east of Amport House, Furzedown Lane. Two L-shaped ranges forming a rectangle. The first late C.19, 2 storeys, brick with stone dressings. Tall pedimented almost central bay contains carriage arch and is surmounted by domed clock tower. Second range later in date, Art Nouveau in character. Central bay has loading doors with baroque detail. Buildings linked on road front by pair of rusticated gate piers.
SU298450:Lodge:Haydown Lodge, East Cholderton. Single storey. Thatched roof forming covered verandah on three sides supported on rustic posts. New 2-storey thatched extension to rear. Walls, white-washed and rendered.
SU298451:Cottage:Meadowside, East Cholderton. Small lime- washed flint and brick structure at right angles to road. Thatched roof.
SU298451:Cottage:Monks Cottage, East Cholderton. Limewashed flint and brick structure. Thatched roof. Two pointed arched windows on ground floor.
SU298452:Farmhouse:Manor Farm, East Cholderton. 2 storeys, lime- washed brick, plinth and band. Ridge slate roof. Casement windows. Gabled brick porch.
SU298453:Settlement:East Cholderton. Bones, flakes, pottery and skeleton found 1926. Remains of earthworks in squares and straight lines and remains of two stew-ponds beside the river. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE18. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, 1926-30, p.74.
SU298502:Sarsen Stone No. 4J:In the garden of The Dell, Redenham.
SU298998:Barrow:Setley Plain. Bell or disc barrow. Mutilated. O.S.A. No. SZ29 NE5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.p. 223-4.
SU299022:Cottage:Rosetta, Brookley Road. Ornamental timber-work with ornamental brick infilling. Gothic latticed casement windows. Tall decorative chimneys. Tiled roof.
SU299022:Old Fire Bell:In garden of Rosetta Cottage, Brookley Road. Bell used to call out original fire engine. Dedicated in 1914. Original plaque inside cottage.
SU299023:Cottages (3):Adjoining Hayters Garage, Brookley Road. Originally four cottages. Old brick and cob structure. Tiled roof. Sash windows. Modern C.20 addition on garage side.
SU299067:House:High Coxlease, Clay Hill. In the forest west of the Brockenhurst Road. Built 1898. By Lethaby. 2 storeys and attic. Whitewashed brick with tiled roofs. Brick stacks. H-shaped block with service wing. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.328.
SU299071:House:Foxlease. A large rambling house of various dates. The main portion appears to be mainly C.1 8. The old portions have plastered walls and slate roofs with brick stacks, pillared porch with Doric columns.
SU299075:House:The Old Lodge, Chapel Lane. Originally The Lodge to Foxiease House. Colourwashed brick with slate pyramidal roof, and central brick stack.
SU299077:Trees:Shrubbs Hill. Varied species of tree.
SU299080:Trees:New Forest Nondescripts Club, High Street, Lyndhurst. Group of trees including sycamore, lilac, apple and yew and other types.
SU299082:Historic Street Patterns:Area in centre of High St. Old coaching point. Centred on Fox and Hounds Inn and The Crown (now re-buiIt). Ref: Rowlandson's Tour in Post Chaise.
SU299085:Trees:Evergreens Hotel, Lyndhurst. Several ash, birch, cherry, rowan, London plane and liquidambar standing in the area.
SU299086:Trees:Romsey Road, Lyndhurst. Several individual trees of various species.
SU299123:House:Beechwood House, Bartley. Plastered brick, slate roof, and plastered chimney stacks. Now divided off into flats.
SU299150:Landscape Feature:Newbridge Terraces, Newbridge Road. A series of terraces roughly semi-circular in shape, approximately 400ft. in diameter at base and rising in twelve steps to a height of 45/50ft. There was once a house at the top of the terraces, but this has now been demolished.
SU299311:Buildings (Site):Harmony Hall, north of Queenwood Cottages. Built 1841 by Robert Owen as a socialist community. Venture failed. Buildings became Queenwood College until burnt down in 1903.
SU299364:Cottage:Dane Cottage, Butchers Arms Lane. 2 storeys. Walls of brick and flint layering. Thatched roof. Long windows in first floor which may have been used originally for work connected with a silk factory at Pyles Farm. Modern alterations and extensions.
SU299364:Cottage:Down Cottage, High Street. 2 storeys. Timber- framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows.
SU299364:Cottage:Jane's Cottage, High Street. Now one dwelling. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows.
SU299364:Cottage:Mallows, High Street. 2 storeys and cellar. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Was once the village bakery, shop and Post Office.
SU299364:Cottages (2):Nos. 1 and 2, Sunnyside Cottages, Butchers Arms Lane. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Extensively altered and added to in the 1960's.
SU299364:Cottages (2):Nos. 1 and 2, Sunshine Cottages, Butchers Arms Lane. Walls alternate brick and flint bands. Tiled roof, once thatched. Irregular casement windows. Considerably altered and modernised. Once the saddle room for the Five Bells Inn.
SU299364:Farmhouse:Asher's, Five Bells Lane. 2 storeys, stucco front with tile-hung gable ends. Old tile roof, three windows on each floor and door with plain hood. Windows altered C.19.
SU299387:Pillbox:Middle Wallop Aerodrome, hydraulic type.
SU299442:Church:St. Mary. Flint with stone dressings. Completely restored mid C.19. The flamboyant tracery of the chancel windows and the arches supporting the central tower are noteworthy. O.S.A. No.SU24 SE19. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), pp.78-9.
SU299446:Barrow (Site):Hay Down. No visible remains. O.S.A. No. SU24 SE12.
SU299451:Cottages (2):Haydown Cottages, East Cholderton. 2 storeys, roughcast rendered walls. Thatched roofs. Casement windows.
SU300008:Cottage:The Thatched Cottage, Tile Barn Lane, Setley. Cob walls. Scalloped thatch roof. Casement windows and one dormer window. Single high brick chimney. Interior has beehive oven and sealed bread oven. C.20 additions.
SU300020:Tree:Acorna, Avenue Road. A single oak situated north east corner of rear garden.
SU300023:Trees:Junction of Brookley Road and Grigg Lane. Several trees of differing species.
SU300024:Cottage:Orange Lodge. Single storey and attic. Thin half- timbering with brick nogging. Tile roof. Two gabled dormers. Casement windows. Central door with gabled canopy. Ornamental stacks.
SU300024:House:Greatham House, Grigg Lane. 2 storeys. Colour- washed, cement-rendered. Hipped, old tile roof. Three 2-light casement windows with slated shutters. Central round-headed door with radiating fanlight and 6-panel door.
SU300024:Trees:Various species bordering the east side of Grigg Lane.
SU300027:Street Scene:Watersplash. Narrow lane with C.19 cottages. Centred on grid reference.
SU300046:Building:New Park Lodge, Brockenhurst Road. Single storey and attic. Plastered brick structure. Thatched roof. Central brick stack. Tree trunk supports to thatched verandah.
SU300081:Building:The Stag Hotel, High Street. Dated 1907. 2 storeys. Red brick in Flemish bond. Left hand part is gabled. Tiled roof. Two tiers of attic windows. Ground floor has arched entry. Corner has an oriel tower with arched doorway on ground floor. Casement windows. Good chimneys with arcaded panelled sides.
SU300085:Trees:Land adjoining Odd Cottage, Queens Parade, Lyndhurst. Trees specified by individual reference in this area are two limes, prunus and a wild cherry. Also three groups of different tree types are preserved.
SU300115:Site of Natural Interest:An area of varied semi-natural vegetation, internationally of great ecological and biological importance. Centred on grid reference.
SU300259:Cottages (2):Opposite Kings Arms, Butts Green. 2 storeys. Brick with some timber-framing to upper part. Thatched roofs.
SU300259:House:Old Smithy, Butts Green. Single storey. Brick and timber-framed structure. Restored and extended with the original features retained.
SU300264:Trees:White Harbour, Butts Green. Three groups of cypress and a laburnum, in the vicinity of White Harbour and Tyndale.
SU300364:Cotage:Yew Tree Cottage, High Street. 2 storeys. Timber-framed and brick structure. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Altered and extended.
SU300364:Cottage:Jasmine Cottage, High Street. 2 storeys. Timber- framed and brick structure. Thatched roof. Old loft of wattle and daub. Bedroom floors contain original oak planks. Original fireplaces still in situ. Well preserved.
SU300442:Driveway:Amport House. Parkland with winding drive and containing magnificent limes, copper beeches, cedars, california redwood, weeping horse-chestnut and beech.
SU300492:Sarsen Stone No. 4H:Lane side.
SU300494:Cottage:The Hut, Redenham. Limewashed flint structure. Thatched roof.
SU300494:Cottages (2):Honeysuckle Cottages, Redenham. Lime-washed flint to right, plastered to left. Thatched roof. Four upper windows. Two trellis porches.
SU300494:Pump:Village Green, Redenham. Cast iron water pump sited in triangular open space which is equipped with oak seat.
SU300495:Cottage:Ivy Cottage, Redenham. 2 Storeys, flint with red brick bands and dressings. Ridge tiled roof. Lattice casements.
SU300495:Trees:Northern and western boundaries of The Glen, Redenham. The site has now been developed and some of the trees felled.
SU301002:Trees:Land adjacent to Filley Inn, Setley. An individual horse chestnut and two groups of trees consisting of horse chestnut, lime, crab apple, oak, holly, ash and pine.
SU301014:Farmhouse:Tile Barn Farm. 2 storeys. Red brick. Tiled roof with altered brick gable stacks. Slightly recessed casement windows. Brick porch. C.19 kitchen wing extension at rear.
SU301014:Granary:Adjacent to Tile Barn Farmhouse. Timber- framed with weather board cladding. Square plan. Pyrammidal tiled roof. Supported on staddle stones.
SU301020:Trees:Marlpool. Several trees of differing species. Centred on grid reference.
SU301021:Cottage:Cherry Tree, Brookley Road. Brick structure. Thatched roof decoratively scalloped and stressed. Casement windows.
SU301022:Building:Thatched Cottage Restaurant. Single storey and attic. Timber-framed with brick infill. Thatched roof. Brick stack. Recent refurbishing.
SU301022:Cottage:Springers, Brookley Road. Cob walls. Slate and pantiled roof with many elevations. Casement windows.
SU301022:Trees:Brookley Road. Form an important feature of the viIlage.
SU301025:Cottage:Field Head, Grigg Lane. Originally a pair, now converted, into one dwelling. Colour- washed brick. Slate roof with two gables. Iron-framed casement windows.
SU301026:Cottages (2):Mistletoe Cottage and Yew Cottage, Waters Green. Pair of semi-detached cottages. 2 storeys. Plastered front, Hipped welsh slate roofs with projecting eaves. Partly rendered brick stacks. Double fronted with two casement windows each. Central entrance.
SU301034:Bronze Coin (Find):Buckford lnclosure. Now in Gods House Tower Museum. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW1.
SU301072:Cottage:Glen Bervie, Clay Hill. Brick rendered over, reed thatch. Old cottage in Tudor style.
SU301081:Tree:No. 97, High Street, Lyndhurst. An individual monkey puzzle.
SU301144:Trees:Newbridge Road, Cadnam. Several oak trees.
SU301259:Inn:Kings Arms, Butts Green. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Hipped old tiled roof. Flanking chimneys. Single storey extensions to right and left.
SU301356:Farmhouse and Outbuildings:Berry Court Farm. 2 storeys and attic. Timber- framed with brick infilling. South front stucco with old tiled roof. Glazed verandah on ground floor. Early C.19 addition of 2 storeys, colour-washed brick walls and slate roof. Extensive outbuildings, largely modernized.
SU301356:Farmhouse:Berry Court Farm. Built on site of earlier building where the mediaeval courts for the Manor of Nether Wallop were held.
SU301365:Cottage:The Old Forge. Timber-framed with brick infilling on brick and timber base and some wattle and daub. Thatched roof. Casement windows. River frontage to 200 yds. of Wallop Brook.
SU301401:Bowl Barrows (2):North-east corner of the parish. Site now built over. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 350.
SU301441:Earthworks and Boundary Ditch:Amport Park. Sited in north-east corner of park. Ditch now destroyed.
SU301442:Building:Amport Firs. Originally a 2-storeyed farmhouse, with two dormers. 3-storeyed facade added in C.18, with a doric columned central porch.
SU301442:Cottage:The White Cottage. Limewashed flint, brick and plaster with some exposed timber-framing. Thatched roof. Possibly C.17.
SU301442:Lodge and Gateway:East Lodge, Amport House. Grey brick with stone dressings and chimneys. Ornamental bargeboards on porch and roof gables. Winchester family coat- of-arms carved in stone inset in wall. Gateway of fine ornamental stone pillars and wrought iron gates.
SU301491:Pottery:Appleshaw Copse. Pottery sherds and coin found in rabbit scrapes (1958).
SU301494:Cottages (2):Box Cottages, Redenham. L-shaped with pro- jecting wing to rear and thatched pentice. Colourwashed flint and brick structure. Thatched eaves swept over three upper windows.
SU302004:House:The Little White House, Setley. 2 storeys. White stucco on brick. Slate roof of many different pitches. Casement windows. Clipped yew trees from arch to front porch. Old outbuildings.
SU302014:Views:Extensive views across open forest to north west and west.
SU302019:Building:Marlpool. 100 yds. south of the level crossing on the Lymington Road. A gentlemans resi- dence of the late C.18 or early C.19.
SU302020:Cottage:Ash Cottage. Thatched. Timber-framed. Brick infill. Wood casements with leaded lights. Originally Thurstons Charity School.
SU302023:Trees:Off Southampton Road. An individual lawson cypress, several flowering cherry and hornbeam trees. Also a separate group of lawson cypress and elms.
SU302024:Cottages (2):Garlands, Southampton Road. Originally three cottages. Brick walls with red tiled roof. Case- ment and sash windows with shutters.
SU302029:Farmhouse:Bridge Farm, Lyndhurst Road. Brick. Well proportioned fenestration. Brick corbels at roof level.
SU302046:Milestones:Main A337, Lyndhurst. (a) New Park Entrance. (b) Balmer Lawn (c) Tilebarn
SU302080:Trees:Grand Hotel. Several trees of different species including plane, oak, beech, pine and maple.
SU302156:Barrow (Site):Newbridge lnclosure. Slightly irregular mound 30.0m. diameter. Maximum height of 1.7m. Now under pasture, no visible ditch. Possibly a spread bowl barrow. O.S.A. No. SU31 NW3.
SU302156:Bowl Barrow:Newbridge lnclosure. 15.0m. in diameter and 1.5m. high with a surrounding ditch. Covered with shrubs, bracken and heather. O.S.A. No. SU31 NW2. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p.359.
SU302203:House:The Vicarage, East Wellow. L-shaped and rambling 2 storey brick built house, partly stuccoed. Tiled, gabled roof. Irregular sash windows.
SU302204:Church:St. Margaret, East Wellow. Founded 1215. Flint built with stone dressings. Consists of a chancel, nave, south aisle, a modern north vestry, weatherboarded square timber-framed bell tower and a C.14-15 porch to the south. The latter is of plain open timber with dwarf walls and has a cusped bargeboard. Two dormer windows on this elevation indicate the previous existence of a south gallery. The nave bas a 'barn' roof of Queen Post trusses and cross bracing. C.13 wall paintings show the Martydom of Thomas A'Beckett and St. Christopher carrying the Infant Christ. There is a memorial gravestone to Florence Nightingale in the churchyard. O.S.A. No. SU32 SW3. Ref: 1. V.C.M., Vol. 4, p.538. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.204-5.
SU302356:Tithe Barn:Berry Court Farm. Rectangular symmetrical 5-bay barn with projecting central entrance on west side. Coursed flint walls with stone quoins. High hipped old tile roof carried on elaborate timberwork. Exceptionally well built structure and in excellent condition.
SU302364:House:The Old Vicarage. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick structure. Old tiled roof. Five bays. Built 1797 and very little altered.
SU302365:Building:The Trout. Formerly an inn. 2 storeys. Cob walls. Thatched roof. Six early C.19 windows.
SU302365:Cottage:The Old Thatch, Heathman Street. 2 Storeys. Timber-framed with infilling of colourwashed brick and brick and flint in alternate courses. Thatched roof. Irregular windows.
SU302365:Cottages (2):Shiloh and Ivy Cottage, The Square. 2 storeys. Timber-framed on flint and brick base with brick and flint infilling. Thatched roof. Fine interior oak beams.
SU302365:Cottages (3):Nos. 1, 2 and 3, The Square. Built 1861. Single storey and attic. Brick walls. Old tiled roof. Dormer windows. Interesting diamond-shaped brick chimney stacks.
SU302366:Cottages (2):Nos. 1 and 2, Manor Cottages. Greatly altered. Chalk walls faced with a skin of brick. Thatched roof replaced by tiles. C.19 rebuilding of older cottage.
SU302442:Building:Church of England School. Red brick structure with interesting pailadian decorative features and bell turret.
SU302442:Cottages (6):The Almshouses. 2 storeys, colourwashed brick walls. Long ridge tiled roof. Plain case- ments. Inscribed centre pediment. Plain boarded doors.
SU302449:Trees:Hunt's Lane. Many species including field maple, ash, sycamore, pine and oak, in groups along the lane and in adjoining fields.
SU302459:Building:The Iron Pear Tree. Former public house, three dwellings. 2 storeys, plastered walls. Part thatched, part slate. Casement windows.
SU302464:Barrow (Site):North-west of Weyhill Station. Mediaeval and Roman pottery found when barrow was excavated in 1911. Site partly covered by housing development. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW9. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.349. Ref: 2. The Andover District, 1922, (Crawford), p.62.
SU302468:House:Dauntsey Thatch. Restored house incorpora- ting old pair of thatched cottages. Brick with timber-framing partly exposed. Lattice casements. Stands at right angles, with buttressed gable abutting the road.
SU302468:Sarsen Stones (2) No. 4K:In garden of Buryford
SU302476:Building and Bath House:North-west of Greatfield Lodge. Finds include a hoard of thirty-two pewter vessels, now in the British Museum, and two lead pots containing gold and silver coins which were found in C.18. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW7. Ref: 1. Archaeologia, Vol. 56 (1897), pp.6-20. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, (1920-4), pp.215-6.
SU302492:Sarsen Stone No. 4G:North of village. In situ, reburied.
SU302507:Sarsen Stone No. 4B:Close to county boundary.
SU303002:Cottage:Setley Farm, Setley. 2 storeys. Brick structure. with slate roof. Diamond and lattice Gothic casement windows. Original beehive oven in kitchen.
SU303003:House:Setley Lodge, Setley. Queen Anne style house. White stuccoed brick. M-shaped slate roof. Sash and casement windows. Excellent canopy and pediment over front doorway.
SU303022:Cottage:Thurstons. Mill Lane. Small brick house. Mid Victorian restorations.
SU303023:Cottage:Hurlingham, North Road. Original village house. Brick walls. Tiled roof.
SU303023:Trees:Differing species of tree bordering North Road.
SU303024:Trees:Sutton Place, west of main A.337.
SU303027:Trees:Along main A.337. Reputed to be the only avenue of Holm oak in Hampshire.
SU303027:Trees:Careys Manor Hotel, Southampton Road. Several trees of differing species.
SU303070:Inn:Crown and Stirrup. Brick walls, slate roof. One of the old inns of Lyndhurst.
SU303363:Church:St. Andrew. Saxon Church with Norman additions. Flint structure. Chancel completely rebuilt mid C.19. Mediaeval and Jacobean wall paintings. Rare brass of Prioresss, 1436. Skeleton and part of Saxon coffin lid found during repairs in 1978. Ref: 1. Church Pamphlet. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.343-4.
SU303365:Cottage:Maltings, Heathman Street. Single storey and attic. Brick and flint coursed walls. Thatched roof. Adjoining malthouse now converted to a flat.
SU303365:Cottage:Wayfarers. 2 storeys. Part colourwashed flint, part timber-framed with stucco infilling. Thatched roof. Modern casement windows.
SU303365:Cottages (2):Nos. 1 and 2, Heathman Street. Slate roof with one central chimney. Chalk and rendered walls. Sash windows. Wooden doors.
SU303365:House:Straw Hall. 2 storeys. Colourwashed flint with brick quoins. Thatched roof of tall hay stack shape. Brick built C.19 wing with slate roof, also weatherboarded wing with thatched roof. Walled garden with thatched capping.
SU303366:Trees:Straw Hall. Two areas of mixed species and a group of lime.
SU303390:Burial Pit:Middle Wallop Airfield. Burial pit containing at least two crouched inhumations and several fragments of early beaker pottery. Found February/March 1939. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 270.
SU303415:Farmhouse:Prospect Farm. 2 storeys. Plastered walls. Thatched roof with pentice to rear. Two casements.
SU303440:Shelter Belt:Right hand side of Keeper's Hill, between the road and Amport Park.
SU303442:Barn:North-west of the Old Farm. Chalk walls rendered with limewashed plaster, tarred flint plinth. Weatherboarded gable ends. Thatched roof.
SU303442:Barns (2):South-west of the Old Farm. Weatherboarded barns on staddle stones. Tiled roofs.
SU303442:Cottage:No. 39, The Green. Single storey, limewashed chalk structure, thatched roof. Victorian porch with ornamental bargeboards.
SU303442:Cottage:Rosemary Cottage, The Green. Single storey, limewashed flint and brick. Weatherboarding over part of upper storey. Ornamental barge-boards. Originally thatched, now tiled, following a fire and subsequent renovation. This cottage now incorporates a further small cottage originally named Calpe, which is also limewashed, over brick and chalk structure with tiled roof.
SU303442:Cottage:Willow Cottage, The Green. Limewashed flint and brick. Date on front 1711 with initials 'R.S.'. One of a row of limewashed cottages bordering the village green.
SU303442:Farmhouse:The Old Farm. 2 storeys, brick and flint with colourwashed brick frontage. Low pitched slate roof. Sash windows.
SU303443:Open Space:The Green, Triangular green with cottages on one side and alder-bordered stream on a second side.
SU303443:Stocks (Site):The Green. No trace remains. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW3.
SU303444:Trees:The Green. Many different species in a group bordering the Piiihill Brook, on the north- eastern boundary of The Green.
SU303467:Cottage:Appletrees, Dauntsey Lane, Weyhill. Originally a row of cottages. Limewashed brick and chalk walls. Thatched roof. Modern casements.
SU303487:House:Hill House. 2 storeys, red brick structure. Hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. Centre panelled doorway. 2-storey wing, flint with brick bands and dressings.
SU303489:Cottage:Appleshaw Cottage. 2 storeys, roughcast walls. Slate roof. Casement windows. Rustic porch.
SU303489:Cottage:Jasmine Cottage. Rendered walls. Thatched roof.
SU303489:Cottage:Long Cottage. L-shaped with projecting wing to right. Limewashed flint and brick structure. Thatched roof. Plain wood casements.
SU303489:Cottage:Pear Tree Cottage. 2 storeys, limewashed brick walls. Tiled roof. Flat bowed window.
SU303489:Cottage:Redthorn Cottage. 2 storeys, red brick structure. Tiled roof. Modern windows. Central panelled door.
SU303489:Sarsen Stone No. 41:Road verge beside Redthorn. Barncroft.
SU303490:Lodge:The Lodge, Appleshaw Manor. Single storey. Octagonal splayed bay front. Fishscale slate roof and wide spreading eaves forming verandah. Square paned casements. Half glazed door.
SU303490:Sarsen Stone No. 4F:Beside barn, opposite church.
SU304021:Cottage:Reynolds, Mill Lane. Small Georgian house. T-shaped. Fine door-head.
SU304022:Cottage:Thurstons, Mill Lane. Small brick dwelling with mid-Victorian restorations.
SU304068:An Area of Ecological Importance: Varied tract of semi-natural lowland Britain vegetation. Biologically internationally important for its fauna and flora. Centred on grid reference.
SU304080:Barrow (Site):Boltons Bench. No visible signs to substantiate. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW10. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p. 630.
SU304142:Trees:Pollards Moor Road, Copythorne. Several trees standing in this area.
SU304145:Hedge:Holly Hedge. Romsey Road. A.31. Alongside road 4ft. high and 200ft. long, with numerous ornamentally trimmed bushes projecting from the top.
SU304202:Farmhouse:Manor Farmhouse, East Wellow. 2 storeys, altered early C.19. Brick building with string course at first floor. Wide eaves under hipped slate roof. Three tall triple shafted chimneys with offest heads.
SU304259:Hill Fort:Lockerley Camp. A univallate nearly circular earthwork of 5 acres, situated on a low gravel-capped plateau. Reduced by ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU32 NW2. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 2, 1890-93, p.80. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 12, 1954, p.121.
SU304355:Manor House and Stables:Garlogs. 3 storeys. Stucco walls of brick, but some of chalk survive. Hipped slate roof. Central door with stone steps and terrace. Doric portico. Contemporary stable buildings with slate hung clock tower crowned with small cupola. Extensive walled kitchen garden, fish ponds and statuary. Ref: Winchester Archives.
SU304365:Implement:West of Place Farm. Spearhead found circa 1870. Site excavated 1931 when mediaeval sherds were found. Spearhead in Salisbury Museum. O.S.A. No.SU33 NW19. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 12, p.208. Ref: 2. Conquest of Wessex in C.6, (Copley), p.217.
SU304375:Manor House:Garlogs. One of Nether Wallops ancient Manors and part of Amesbury Abbey lands in mediaeval times. An historic site since Saxon times. Name probably derived from 'Galrug'.
SU304378:Skeleton:Middle Wallop Airfield. Skeleton and iron nails found 1939. Nothing now visible at the site. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW16.
SU304415:Farmhouse:Little Prospect Farm. Limewashed brick walls. Thatched roof with two upper windows. Tiled porch. Projecting modern single storey addition to left.
SU304440:Trees:Keeper's Hill. Three groups containing different species including oak, sycamore, silver birch, ash, locust tree, hornbeam and holly, along Keeper's Hill and around the cricket pitch. Also four walnut along the north east boundary of the field.
SU304442:Cottage:Brook Cottage. Limewashed chalk on tarred brick plinth, thatched roof. Victorian porch with ornamental bargeboards.
SU304442:Cottage:Musset Cottage, The Green. Limewashed chalk, thatched roof and central thatched porch. 2 storeys, mock timber-framing on upper floor.
SU304442:Cottage:Patches, The Green. Limewashed chalk cottage on flint plinth. Eaves raised over three upper windows. Thatched roof.
SU304442:Cottage:The Cottage, The Green. Limewashed brick, thatched roof. L-shape in plan. Thatched porch on garden wing. Originally three cottages.
SU304443:Cottage:Bridge Cottage. Whitewashed brick and flint structure. Thatched roof with gabled upper windows. Victorian porch with ornamental bargeboards.
SU304444:Cottage:Broadwater. Restored. Flint and red brick in bands. Long ridge thatched roof with eaves raised over four upper windows. Part pentice to rear with 2-storey projection.
SU304444:Cottage:Fieurs-de-Lys Cottage. 2 storeys. Limewashed chalk structure with single-storey flint extension to rear. Thatched roof with eaves raised over upper windows. Originally the village inn.
SU304487:Cottage:The Thatch. Restored. L-shape with thatched gable abutting the road. Flint with brick dressings. Small porch.
SU304487:Cottages (3):Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Rowan Cottages. Plastered walls. Plain casements. No. 1 thatched, remainder tiled. Part of a picturesque, L- shaped group at corner of The Green.
SU304487:House:Hammers. Originally two or more cottages. Rendered, plastered walls. Thatched roof. 2 storeys. Casement windows.
SU304487:Sarsen Stone:Field north-east of Hill House. Barncroft.
SU304488:Clock:Jubilee Clock. On stable wall of Old Vicarage adjoining road. Possibly commemorates Queen Victoria's Jubilee.
SU304488:Cottage:Forge Cottage. 2 storeys, flint and brick in bands. Thatched roof. Casement windows.
SU304488:Cottage:Walnut Cottage. 2 storeys, limewashed brick structure. Tiled roof. Sash windows. Panelled door.
SU304488:House:The Old Vicarage. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick structure. Tiled roof. Palladian window in centre on first floor. Bowed columned porch. Circular attic window.
SU304488:Inn:Walnut Tree Inn. Previously known as Bell Inn. Flint and brick walls. Tiled roof, 2 storeys. Earlier construction to right hand side.
SU304489:Cottage:Bridge Cottage. 2 storeys, brick with flint rubble to left. Slate roof. Sash windows. Panelled door in moulded frieze.
SU304490:Church:St. Peter-in-the-Wood. Built 1836. Small cruciform building with rendered walls and slate roof. Squat west tower with pinnacles. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and l.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.82.
SU304490:House:Manor House. Attractive Regency villa standing in wooded grounds. Stuccoed walls. Low pitched slate roof, Sash windows.
SU304490:Sarsen Stone No. 4L:Fragments in stream bed.
SU304997:Nature Reserve:Land bordering Setley Common in private ownership.
SU305018:Church:St. Nicholas. Flint with C.18 additions in brick. Roman tiles in C.15. Porch, chancel refashioned late C.13, mentioned in Domesday Book. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW2,
SU305021:Gatehouse:North Lodge, Brockenhurst Park. Brick structure very ornate in chateau style. Morant arms in centre above archway. Living quarters on right hand side, and over gateway. Designed by A. Waterhouse.
SU305023:Tree:Thurston's Elm. Planted by Henry Thurston, Founder of Thurstons' Charity School, and mentioned in his will of 1744.
SU305123:Manor House:Bartley Manor, Bartley. Plastered walls and chimney stacks. Slate roof with plain parapet, 3-storey main block with 2-storey wings on north and south. Verandah type porch with wooden columns.
SU305124:House:Bartley Close, Bartley. Colour-washed brick with slate roof. 2 storeys. Plain parapet.
SU305185:Trees:Windwhistle Lodge, Windwhistle Road. Belt of trees consisting mainly of oak, beech, birch and scots pine.
SU305189:Trees:Hamdown Crescent. A single lawson cypress and a number of other trees to the rear of property in this road.
SU305228:Trees:Dunwood Estate. Parkland area to the west and south of Dunwood Manor fronting onto the A.27
SU305261:Farmhouse:The School Farmhouse. 2 storeys, brick fa‡ade with old tile roof. Irregular 6-bay front with casement windows and door in architrave surround under flat hood. Core of building is a C.15 Wealden type house.
SU305328:Burial:Broughton Hill. Grave, 2 ft. deep, found 1875. By the side of the skeleton was a spearhead, a knife blade and an iron shield boss bordered by copper studs or rivets. Last two items now in Salisbury Museum. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW5. Ref: 1. Hants Advertiser, 12.6.1875. Ref: 2. Hampshire Papers, 1908-11, (Shore), p.376.
SU305364:Farm House:Place Farm House. Late C.18 front to older house. 2 storeys and attic. Brick structure. Tiled roof. Casement windows. North wall contains stone and flint portions of C.15/16 work.
SU305365:Farmhouse:Place Farmhouse, formerly known as 'Nether Wallop Buckland', one of the Manors of Wallop. Owned by the Abbess of Amesbury in mediaeval times and a legendary 'remand centre' for nuns in the C.15. Home of Leopold Stokowski, the conductor, until his death in 1977.
SU305399:Settlement and Cemetery:North-east corner of the parish. Skeleton, coins and pottery found 1953 in grain store which dates from 200 AD. Three graves containing skeletons, pottery and iron brooch found in the same area in 1939. Site now occupied by Army Air Corps buildings. Finds in Andover Museum. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 17, pp.60-63.
SU305435:Flints:North-east of Sarson Wood. Unknown worked flints. Found in 1920. Area now under plough. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW1.
SU305480:Cottages (2):Cleaver Cottages. Formerly an inn. Walls partly plastered, cement rendered and flint with brick dressings. Thatched roofs.
SU305482:Trees:Barncroft. Several trees of different species, including silver birch, larch and lawson cypress, in and around the properties at Barncroft.
SU305484:Palstave:Part of looped palstave found at surface level. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1978.
SU305485:Sarsen Stone No. 4C:Beside The Thatch.
SU305490:House:Rose Hill. 2 storeys, cement rendered walls. Long ridge tiled roof, half-hipped either end. Casement and sash windows. Victorian splayed bays and centre trellis porch. Part of building Elizabethan.
SU305995:Nature Reserve:Setley Ponds and Gravel area. Interesting fauna and flora.
SU306183:Brick Kiln:Fighting Cocks Farm, West Wellow. Clay dug from around the bungalow which now stands 4ft. above ground level. Small pug mill near the kiln. Now covered in vegetation. Ref: A Gazetteer of Brick and Tile Works in Hampshire, (White), p.91.
SU306187:Trees:Windwhistle Road. Various species in this vicinity.
SU306316:Bowl Barrows (4):Broughton Hill Clumps. Land under plough but outlines still visible. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW3. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.352.
SU306327:Trees:Line of beech trees along Queenwood Road. Forming a considerable amenity feature in this part of the village. Some of the original trees were felled, but replanting has now taken place.
SU306331:Building:Baptist Chapel, High Street. Single storey. Brick structure. Leaded-light windows. Panelled wooden door.
SU306331:House:Eversfield, High Street. 2 storeys, brick walls, Hipped tiled roof. Old farmhouse with Victorian facade.
SU306331:House:The Lindens, High Street. 2 storeys. Red brick walls. Tiled roof. 6-panel central door. Modern wing built of old materials and matching rest of the house.
SU306332:Cottages (4):Northend Cottages. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Thatched roof. Window casements of varying dates,
SU306372:Skeleton:North of the village. Skeleton and iron nails found 1940. Nothing now visible at the site. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW18.
SU306445:Cottage:Old Post Cottage. Formerly the village post office. Limewashed and rendered chalk on flint and brick plinth. Thatched roof. Central thatched porch. New 2-storey extension on west side.
SU306445:Cottages (8):The Eights, Sarson Lane. Terraced row rendered in limewashed cement. Tiled roofs. Modern metal casement windows.
SU306446:Cottage:Kingsley Cottage, Sarson Lane. Banded flint and brick structure. Three upper gabled windows with ornamental bargeboards. Thatched roof.
SU306446:Cottage:Rambler cottage, Sarson Lane. Limewashed chalk walls on brick plinth. Thatched roof.
SU306483:House:Appleshaw House. 2 storeys. A plain red brick Georgian house with hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. Curved Tuscan porch, Later brick wing to left. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and l.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.82.
SU306483:House:Mead House. 2 storeys, red brick structure. Steep slate roof. Central panelled door. Sash windows. Brick screen walls on either side.
SU307013:Trees:Landmark Avenue. Local landmark called the Gallops. Scene of Donkey Derbys. Centred on grid reference.
SU307147:Building:Copythorne. St. Mary's Church. 1834. Chancel and alterations by Butterfield, 1891-2. Red brick structure. Lancet windows. West tower with pinnacles. Aisle divided from nave by thin columns. West Gallery on iron columns. Chancel higher and narrower than nave. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.182.
SU307147:Trees:St. Mary's churchyard. Two cypress and a thuja.
SU307330:House:The Old Thatch Guest House, High Street. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick. Thatched roof. C.19 Gothic paned hall window and 4-panel door on ground floor. Recent extension.
SU307330:House:Warren Cottage, High Street. Part timber- framed, part brick, with some flint work at rear. Inside beams show it was once thatched.
SU307330:Walls:Thatched chalk walls on corner of High Street and Paynes Lane.
SU307331:Cottage:Quorn Cottage, Paynes Lane. 2 storeys. Brick walls. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows. Central door in brick porch with tiled roof.
SU307331:Cottage:Sun Cottage. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Converted from two cottages. May be older than date shown.
SU307331:Cottages (3):Adjoining the Old Malthouse. 2 storeys. Brick walls. Tiled roofs. Two bays. Plain doors with hoods on simple scroll brackets.
SU307331:Cottages:Beehive Cottages. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Thatched roof. Chimneys with over-sailing courses. Square lattice paned windows. Studded doors.
SU307331:House:Old Manse. 2 storeys. Stucco facade. End walls slate hung. Old tiled roof, half-hipped at ends and sloping down to first floor level at rear.
SU307331:House:The Old Malthouse. 2 storeys. Brick walls. Slate roof. 4-bay front with projecting porch. Panelled door.
SU307331:House:Wincourt, Paynes Lane. 2 storeys. Painted brick. Slate roof. Central circular window with radiating bars in ground floor. Door with segmental fanlight matching the pattern of circular window.
SU307333:Farmhouse:Knoll Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Stucco with chamfered quoins. Slate roof. Central door with cast iron scroll work porch.
SU307376:Implements:West of Danebury Hill. Hoard of at least eight Breton type axes found 1918. Six in Salisbury Museum. Nothing visible at site. Two socketed celts also in Salisbury Museum. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW17.
SU307445:Cottage:No. 15, Sarson Cottages. Limewashed chalk walls with some light timberwork exposed in the centre. Thatched roof. Originally two cottages and bakehouse for Sarson Mill.
SU307445:Cottage:Rose Cottage. 2 storeys, Iimewashed plaster walls. Slate roof. Sash windows. Central trelIis porch.
SU307445:Cottage:The Post Office, Sarson Lane. Limewashed and rendered chalk on brick and flint plinth. Thatched roof.
SU308080:Bowl Barrow (Site):Open forest. No visible signs remain. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW3.
SU308292:Cottage:Craven Cottage, Redenham. Formerly two cottages. Colourwashed flint and brick to right, plastered to left. Thatched roof with eaves squarecut round three upper windows.
SU308328:Farmhouse:Old Church Farm. 2 storeys. Red brick walls. Old tiled roof. 1 storey wing to the right.
SU308328:Inn:The Tally-Ho. 2 storeys and attic. Painted brick with coved wood eaves cornice. Old tiled roof. Central oval first floor window with radiating bars.
SU308329:Church:St. Mary. Flint structure. Lead and tile roof. C.15 piscina. Stained glass east window by Kempe 1904. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.146.
SU308329:House:Market House, High Street. Brick structure. Tiled roof, formerly partly thatched. Weekly markets held here, dating back to mediaeval times.
SU308329:House:The Close, The Square. 2 storeys. Vitreous brick with red dressings. Old tiled roof. Plain 6-panel door with radiating arched fanlight. Rebuilt as a shop after a fire.
SU308329:House:The Yews, The Square. 2 storeys. Brick walls with toothed eaves and cornice. Old tiled roof. Two 6-panel doors.
SU308329:Inn:The Greyhound, The Square. Painted brick. Hipped slate roof. Two angular bay windows on ground floor. Central door with fanlight and plain hood on cut brackets.
SU308329:Tree:Adjacent to The Yews, The Square. Originally two yew trees known as Jacob and Esau, now only Esau remains, Jacob recently felled.
SU308330:House:The Old Rectory. 2 storeys. Brick and flint walls. Old tiled roof. C.19 casement windows. Built on foundations of earlier structure and may be older than date shown.
SU308330:Houses (3) and Shop:West side of High Street. 2 storeys. Brick structures. Old tiled roofs. One timber-framed with brick infilling and thatched roof.
SU308331:Cottage:Meadow Sweet, Paynes Lane. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with some cob and some brick infilling. Thatched roof. Reputed to be the oldest house in the village and within living memory was known to have a hole in the roof for smoke to escape.
SU308331:Cottages (2):Christmas Cottage and Rose Cottage, Paynes Lane. Pebble-dashed walls. Thatched roof. Modern casement windows.
SU308332:Building:Nightingale Court. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Slate roof. Two chimneys with over-sailing courses. Sash windows, those on ground floor surmounted by cambered arches. Doorways also have cambered arches. The building was originally stabling for carriage horses, now converted into three dwellings.
SU308332:Cottage:Pippins, Paynes Lane. 2 storeys. Timber- framed with brick infilling. Old tiled roof. Irregular casement windows.
SU308333:Cottage:Dixon's House. 2 storeys and attic. C. 1 8 facade, brick string course at first floor level. Sash windows in architrave surround. Thatched roof brought down to first floor level at rear, with dormer windows. Central entrance with projecting hood and panelled door.
SU308333:Cottage:No. 30, North End, Willowmede. Brick and plaster walls. Thatched roof. Later extension with tiled roof.
SU308399:Bowl Barrow (Site):North-east area of the parish. Site now occupied by housing development. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 350.
SU308400:Bowl Barrow (Site):Kents Barrow, in the north-east corner of the parish excavated 1854. Ploughed out, no visible evidence remains. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW9.
SU308406:Sarsen Stone:Near the Vicarage.
SU308435:Trees:Hook Lane. A long belt consisting of different species fronting the western edge of Hook Lane.
SU308435:Trees:Hook Lane. A long belt of mixed species, fronting the eastern edge of Hook Lane. Grid reference marks centre point.
SU308442:Old Travel Way:Lovers Lane. Old Bridleway from Green Lane down to the ford at Sarson Mill.
SU308445:Cottage:No. 10, Sarson Cottages. Limewashed flint and brick walls. Two gabled upper windows with ornamental bargeboards. Thatched roof.
SU308445:Cottage:No. 11, Sarson Cottages. Part flint and brick, part plastered walls. Two gabled dormers with ornamental bargeboards. Thatched roof.
SU308445:Cottage:No. 12, Sarson Cottages. Limewashed and rendered chalk walls on tarred plinth. Exposed timberwork in gable end. Thatched roof.
SU308445:Cottage:No. 13, Sarson Cottages. Limewashed and rendered chalk walls on tarred flint plinth. Thatched roof.
SU308475:Cottage:Ramridge Cottage. 2 storeys. Limewashed flint with brick bands and dressings. Steep pitched thatched roof. Sash windows. Modern rustic thatched porch.
SU308487:Sarsen Stone No. 4E:Vicarage Garden. Moved from Orchard Farm.
SU309240:Trees:Butlers Wood, Newtown, two areas of woodland each centred on the grid references given.
SU309327:Cottage:The Thatch, High Street. 2 storeys. Timber- framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Plain ledged door.
SU309328:Cottage:Chestnut Cottage, High Street. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick. Old tiled roof. Door with lattice porch and flat hood over.
SU309328:Cottage:Dowse Room and Cottage. Flint structure. Tiled roof. Property of Dowse Charity Trust.
SU309328:House:Clifton Cottage. 2 storeys, partly rendered and partly pebble-dashed, all painted white. Tiled roof with dorrner window. Four leaded-light windows, other windows modern. Hooded porch.
SU309328:House:Glin Cottage. Painted brick walls. Tiled roof. Small-paned windows, and one cartwheel window. Small tiled porch.
SU309328:House:Grannom. Slate roof. Upper part of walls tile-hung, lower part painted brick. Small-paned windows.
SU309328:House:The Cottage, High Street. Colourwashed brick walls. Slate roof.
SU309328:House:The Old Bakehouse. Slate roof. Painted brick walls. Two large ground floor windows retained from former shop premises, other windows small-paned sash.
SU309329:Dovecote:St. Mary's churchyard. Circular brick structure. Tiled roof and small turret on top. Built circa 1689 on site of C.14 dovecote. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW2. Ref: Hampshire Papers, 1908-11, (Shore), pp.384-5.
SU309330:Cottage:Rectory Lane Cottage. Converted from two cottages. 2 storeys, part timber-framed with brick infilling, part brick. Old tiled roof. Modernised.
SU309330:Cottage:Woodslee, Rectory Lane. Single storey and attic. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. C.19 rustic porch with tiled roof. May be older than date shown.
SU309330:House:St. Mary's Cottage. Built on older foundations. Plastered chalk walls with slate roof.
SU309335:Farmhouse and Outbuildings:Manor Farm. 2 storeys. Brick walls with sidewalls stuccoed. Hipped old tiled roof. Farmyard surrounded by thatched, chalk walls. Outbuildings - weatherboard with tiled and corrugated iron roofs.
SU309440:Cottage:Waterloo Cottage, East Cholderton. Lime- washed flint and brick structure. Thatched roof. Single-storey weatherboarded extension.
SU309446:Cottages (4):Nos. 1-4, Mount Pleasant. Limewashed and rendered chalk walls. Long ridge thatched roof, hipped at either end. Formerly Sarsen Cottage.
SU309463:Trees:Several different species including horse chestnut, beech, holly, sycamore and lime.
SU309464:Memorial Stone:Harcourt School, Weyhill. Erected in 1902 in memory of officers and men from the district, who died in the Boer War.
SU309488:House:Yonder Dene. 2 storeys, stuccoed walls. Hipped slate roof. Sash windows. Pedimented doorway with Doric pilasters.
SU309488:Tree:An oak south-west of Yonder Dene.
SU310209:House:Woodington House. 2-storey dwelling of light brown brick with darker rubbed brick window arches. Old tile roof, hipped to left hand 4-bay front with late C.1 8 central panelled door under trellis porch with slender pilasters.
SU310399:Barrow (Possible Site):Close to northern boundary of the parish. Nothing visible from the ground. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.350.
SU310400:Skeletons:East of Kents Barrow. Several human skeletons found during tree planting in 1854. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW15. Ref: Arch., Vol. 36, 1854, p.184.
SU310428:Crop Marks:South west of Great Wood. Marks resembling villa site seen from the air in 1920's. Area now under plough. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW2.
SU310444:Farm Buildings:South of Sarson Farm House. U-shaped range of buildings including long centre weatherboarded barn with hipped tiled roof. Lower flanking wings, flint with red brick dressings.
SU310445:Cottage:Little Bec, No. 1, Sarson Cottages. Originally two cottages. Coursed flint walls with red brick dressings. Thatched roof. Modern central brick porch.
SU310445:Farmhouse:Sarson Farm House. Recast in C.19. 2 storeys, plastered on ground floor, limewashed brick above. Ridge slate roof, hipped at one end and brought down as pentice to rear.
SU310459:Cottages (2):Queen Anne Cottage and James I Cottage. Restored. Limewashed brick, flint and plaster infilling. 2 storeys. Long ridge thatched roofs. Modern lattice casements.
SU311024:Cottage:The Old Cottage. Mill Lane. Brick structure with thatch roof. Built in Tudor style. Upper dormer windows appear to be later additions.
SU311024:House:Green Lodge. Mill Lane. Brick structure, part timber-framed.
SU311275:View:From the public footpath at Cadbury Farm, the Isle of Wight can be seen on a clear day.
SU311325:Cottage:Driscolls, Horsebridge Road. 2 storeys. Timber- framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Thatched roof. Modernised.
SU311327:Building:Wisteria and Fairfield. Originally a Public House now converted to two cottages. 2 storeys, colourwashed brick walls, Tiled roof. Coved plaster cornice.
SU311327:Cottage:Brook Cottage, Horsebridge Road. Timber- framed with brick infilling. Tiled roof.
SU311328:House:Broughton House. 2 storeys and attic. Brick walls. Moulded wood cornice. Old tiled roof. Central block with two unsymmetrical wings and modern additions at one side. Attractive setting in small park.
SU311330:Cottage:Broughton House Cottage. Brick structure, tiled roof. Converted from two cottages, with additions.
SU311445:Coach House:Bec House. L-shaped corner building. Plastered walls. Thatched roof.
SU311445:Cottage:Rectory Cottage. Chalk and flint walls. Thatched roof with eaves raised over three upper windows. Square paned wood casements. Rustic porch.
SU311445:Cottages (2):School House and 2, School Cottages. 2 storeys. mainly brick structure, with part to the right in flint rubble. Thatched roof, casement windows and panelled doors.
SU311469:Bowl Barrow:Windmill Barrow. Excavated 1911. Finds include needle, chisel, spearhead, coin etc. covering all periods up to Norman times. Barrow and traces of mediaeval windmill completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW8. Ref: Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, (Williams-Freeman), p.115-6.
SU312327:Cottage:The Cottage, Rookery Lane. 2 storeys. Timber- framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Thatched roof.
SU312327:House:Vine Cottage, Rookery Lane. Brick structure. Slate roof. Later additions.
SU312388:Pillbox:Middle Wallop Aerodrome.
SU312436:Trees:Broad Lane. Two long belts of mixed species either side of Broad Lane. Grid reference marks centre point.
SU312441:Footpath:Between Hook Lane and Broad Road.
SU312443:Coach Building:East of Farm Cottage. Plastered walls. Thatched roof.
SU312443:Cottage:Farm Cottage. Limewashed brick, partly plastered. Thatched roof. Square paned lattice casements. Gable towards road has light timberwork exposed in attic.
SU312443:Cottages (2):Neepawa Cottage and Glebe Cottage. Plastered and colourwashed walls. Thatched roof with eaves raised over four upper windows. Five ground floor windows. Light wood porch.
SU312443:House:Brewery House. 2 storeys, creamwashed cement rendered facade, Ridge tiled roof. Three widely spaced casements. Panelled double doors.
SU312445:Cottage:Corner Cottage. Chalk and flint walls with some exposed tirnber-framing. Thatched eaves raised over two upper windows. Originally two dwellings.
SU312445:Cottage:Fourways. 2 storeys, blue brick with red brick dressings. Ridge thatched roof brought down as pentice to rear. Three square-paned wood casements. Plain boarded door.
SU312445:House:Bec House. Formerly the Rectory. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. Hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. C.19 gabled brick porch. Rear elevation has f lint and brick bands, and old lattice casements.
SU312445:House:Monxton Manor. 2 storeys, red brick structure. Hipped tiled roof with three hipped dormers. Central 2-storey splayed bay, later ground floor splayed bays either side. Central brick porch.
SU312445:Wall:Bec House. Flint and brick wall, 6ft. high.
SU312467:Barn:North of Weyhill Farm, Weyhill. Thatched, with chalk walls on brick base. roof.
SU312467:Farmhouse:Weyhill Farm House, Weyhill. Limewashed part flint and brick, part chalk walls. Thatched roof. Projecting wing to rear and part pentice. Probably C.18.
SU312477:House:Ramridge House. Red brick. Georgian mansion, enlarged and recast in the late C.19 or early C.20. 3-storey central block with 2-storey additions on each side. Sash windows. Imposing Ionic porch on entrance front to north.
SU313025:Mill House:The Mill House, Mill Lane. Victorian-Tudor, with later additions. Brick structure, tile roof. Old grinding wheels in garden. The mill housing is in poor repair.
SU313179:Trees:Shelley Nursery, Salisbury Road, Ower. Twelve oak trees opposite Fourteen Acres Copse.
SU313196:Mill:Wellow Mill, East Wellow. 3 storeys. 5-bay brick building under a slate roof. At one time there was a breastshot waterwheel under the end bay of the building. Power was provided by the stream which had a complicated arrangement of sluices to deal with the sudden rises of water level which often occured. The Mill was converted to a residence in 1945 and no machinery remains. Ref: Water and Windmills in Hampshire and I.O.W., 1978, (S.U.I.A.G.), p.21.
SU313230:Hill Fort:Dunwood Camp. Occupies the summit of a sandy hill. It has a single rampart but no definite indication of a ditch and it is possible that this earthwork was never completed. O.S.A. No. SU32 SW1. Ref: Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, (Williams-Freeman), p.371.
SU313324:Farmhouse:Hyde Farm, Horsebridge Road. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Modernised. May be older than date shown.
SU313326:Cottage:Butlers. Timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows.
SU313326:Cottage:Rookery Cottage. Timber-framed and colour- washed brick. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows.
SU313326:House:Grandfather's, Rookery Lane. 2 storeys and attic. Brick with some chalk blocks. Tiled roof. Modern windows.
SU313440:Wall:Old Hoyles Cottage. Flint and chalk wall, 5ft. high, topped with old red tiles, surrounding the property.
SU313443:Cottage:Crossways Cottage. Coursed flint with red brick band and dressings. Exposed timber- framing in the attic gable. Thatched roof. Recessed date-stone over door.
SU313443:Cottage:Old Farm House. Restored. 2 storeys, lime-washed walls. Thatched roof with centre dormer. Modern thatched porch and panelled door.
SU313443:Cottage:Old Hoyles. Dated 1747. Restored. Cream- washed plaster walls. Thatched roof with eaves raised over three upper windows. Plain casements. Thatched pentice to rear.
SU313443:Cottage:The Stables. Old stables converted into private dwelling. Creamwashed plastered walls with red brick dressings and plinth. Thatched roof. Modern casements.
SU313443:Farmbuilding:The Stables. 2-storey weatherboarded barn with thatched roof.
SU313443:Wall:Crossways. Flint and brick wall, 3-5ft. high, with round top.
SU313443:Wall:Fourways. Old chalk wall, 6ft. high, topped with red tiles.
SU313443:Wall:The Stables. Chalk and flint wall, 7ft. high.
SU313444:Cottage:Barn Cottage. 2 storeys, creamwashed brick walls. Thatched roof. Modern timber porch with shingle roof.
SU313444:Cottages (2):Well Cottage and Westwell. 2 storeys, plastered walls. Thatched roof. Three small casements. Set back from the road.
SU313447:Settlement Site:Large quantity of Roman pottery, roofing tiles and coins recovered during field walking. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1980.
SU314258:Canal (Disused):Southampton to Salisbury. Identified along its length as a continuous line of small trees, bushes and undergrowth. Ref: The Bankrupt Canal, (Southampton Papers No. 5).
SU314295:Farmhouse:Great Bentley Farm. L-shaped block with C.17 additions. 2 storeys and attic. South west part is timber-framed with brick infilling. Old tile roof. C.19 windows. Brick built wing to east with old tile roof and irregular windows and doors.
SU314343:Celtic Field System:North of the village. Extensive system occupy- ing a plateau bisected by an east-west valley. Entire area under cultivation and field system is visible only as soil marks. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW1.
SU314419:Villa (Site):South of Dunkirt Farm. Remains of villa excavated in C.19. Mosaic pavements presented to British Museum. Finds include pottery, tiles, coins, marble and painted stucco. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW4. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 6, p.300. Ref: 2. Gentleman's Magazine 1866, (Roach-Smith). Ref: 3. History of Hants, 1870, (Wilks), p.161. Ref: 4. History of St. Mary Bourne, 1888, (Stevens).
SU314442:Cottage:Cefn Cottage. Creamwashed plastered walls. Thatched roof. Two upper windows.
SU314442:Cottage:Field House also known as Meadow Cottage. Restored. 2 storeys, creamwashed brick with black tarred plinth. Thatched roof. Half glazed door. Attractive single storey thatched outbuildings at side.
SU314442:Wall:Field House, Abbots Ann Road. Brick, flint and chalk wall, 3-6ft. high, topped with old red tiles.
SU314443:Cottage:Hals Croft. Creamwashed plaster, one end brick and flint. Thatched roof with three upper windows. Wood casements. Modern thatched porch.
SU314443:Cottage:Hill Cottage. Restored. Whitewashed plaster walls. Thatched roof with two upper windows. Plain casements. Thatched trellis porch.
SU314443:Cottage:The Old Cottage. Creamwashed plastered walls. Thatched roof with two upper windows. Tiled porch.
SU314443:Wall:Hals Croft, Abbots Ann Road. Flint, brick and chalk wall, 4-6ft. high.
SU314443:Wall:Old Farm House, Abbots Ann Road. Chalk and flint wall, 6ft. high.
SU314444:Building:Monxton Mill. Now a private house, part red brick, part flint panels with brick dressings. Half-hipped tiled roof. 2 storeys. Metal casement windows. Ref: Water and Wind Mills in Hampshire and I.O.W., 1978, (S.U.I.A.G.), p.36.
SU314444:Cottage:Mill Pound Cottage. Flint and brick in bands, plastered to left. Thatched roof. Metal casements. Five modern upper windows.
SU314444:Cottage:Murray Cottage. Limewashed cream plaster walls. Thatched roof. Four upper windows. Restored.
SU314444:Cottages (2):Hascosay and Cobblers Cottage. Creamwashed brick and flint walls. Thatched roof. Four upper windows. Group value.
SU314444:Farmhouse:Hutchens Cottages. Old farmhouse converted into two dwellings. 2 storeys, stucco with plinth band. Ridge tiled roof. Stands at right angles with brick and flint gable abutting the road. Single storey projecting wing.
SU314444:Inn:Black Swan. 2 storeys. Creamwashed brick with black tarred plinth. Hipped tiled roof. Casement windows. Half-glazed door.
SU314444:Village Pump:Adjacent Well Cottage. Metal pump. 5ft. high.
SU314446:Footpath:North of the village between the parish boundary and the course of the Portway roman road.
SU314489:Villa (Site):North side of Back Lane, Ragged Appleshaw. Partial excavations in 1897, revealed possible basilican dwelling house with two ranges of outbuildings facing three sides of roughly rectangular yard. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW1.
SU315259:Canal (disused):Part of the Southampton to Salisbury canal runs across the southern part of the parish. It was begun in 1796 but never completed, the banks and water-course are still visible.
SU315323:Building:Broughton Mill. 2 storeys, brick built with some weatherboarding in part over mill race, this includes high-level loading door. Boarded stable-type door to left. Tiled roof.
SU315323:Cottage:Mill Cottage, adjoins the mill building. 11/2 storeys, lower than mill building, brick structure, with tiled roof using some fishscale tiles. Two dormer windows and casement windows of different sizes. Brick built porch with hipped roof tiled to match the main roof. House extends at 1-storey height at rear, with roof brought down over.
SU315323:House:Gardener's Cottage. 2 storeys, brick built, with hipped tiled roof, central chimney. Open porch with hipped tiled roof.
SU315360:Celtic Fields (Site):Cunnigar Copse Field. Visible as crop and soil marks in air photographs. Area subject to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW1. Ref: R.A.F., A.Ps., 106G/UK/1656/4155-6 and 1927/5015-6.
SU315443:Building:Garden Cottage. A single storey garden house. Plaster with brick buttressed walls.
SU315444:Cottage:Dingly Dell. Restored. Whitewashed plaster walls. Thatched roof. Lattice casements. Centre trellis porch. Thatched pentice to rear with exposed timberwork in attic gable end.
SU315477:Lodges (2):Ramridge Park. Both of identical design, but the one on the left hand is a modern copy. Single storey pavilions flanking 2-storey block. Low pitched slate roof. Grey cement rendered walls. Square paned metal casements.
SU316035:Pits:Victoria Brick and Tile Works. No remains of works but signs of pits. Managers bungalow remains, converted to a house called Victoria Tilery Cottage. Ref; A Gazetteer of Brick and Tile Works in Hampshire, (White), p.93.
SU316141:Farmhouse:Whitmarsh Farm, Winsor Lane, Winsor. Timber- framed. Brick structure, colour washed with tiled roof. Plastered chimney stacks. Originally built as malt-house and stable.
SU316157:Trees:Romsey Road, Ower. Several trees of differing species standing in an area centred on grid reference.
SU316444:View:Over water meadows to the east of the village across the parish boundary.
SU316499:Sarsen Stone No. 4A:Track junction, County Boundary. Sarsens are a certain type of hard sandstone boulder; they vary in size, shade and colour and occur in all situations. Their geological origins are uncertain. The stones were used in the building of prehistoric monuments such as Stonehenge and Avebury, and for the construction of chambered long barrows. They also served as boundary markers. Ref: 1. The Kennet Valley Sarsen Industry, Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine, No. 63 (1968), pp.83-93. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 2, Nos. 9 and 10, p.116.
SU317003:Occupation Site:Roydon Manor. Remains in field south east of present Manor beside original road to ford. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section, Report No. January 1962.
SU317004:Manor House:Roydon Manor. Fine brick built manor house reputed to have been originally a Chapel of the Knights Templar. Recently rebuilt in eastern section. Ref: Hampshire Days, (Hudson).
SU317320:Cottage:Brewers, Horsebridge Road. 2 storeys. Colour- washed brick. Thatch and slate roof. A public house until 1956. Modern additions.
SU317320:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage, Horsebridge Road. Timber- framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Roof part thatch, part tile. Thatched chalk barn, converted into annexe.
SU317324:Cottage:200 yds. north-east of The Mill. Single storey and attic. Part brick, part chalk blocks. Now converted into one dwelling,
SU317382:Trees:Hungry Hill. Fine belt of trees giving shelter to fields.
SU317445:Cottage:Little Cottage. Creamwashed brick and flint structure. Thatched roof. Four upper windows.
SU317445:Cottage:Little Thatch. Creamwashed brick walls. Thatched roof.
SU317445:Village Well:Adjacent Cambridge Cottage. Wooden frame, chain and metal bucket, situated on edge of road.
SU317445:Water Meadows:From Monxton boundary to Upper Clatford boundary. Haunt of water birds and habitat of other wild life and plants.
SU317448:Old Travelway:Old sheep trackway to Weyhill Fair leading northwards from the Andover Road west of Little Cottage.
SU317448:View:Fine views over farmland from trackway north of the village.
SU317466:Church:St. Michael, Weyhill. Restored 1865 and 1880. Flint and brick bands. Chancel arch early Norman. Early English side lancets. Saxon coffin lid dating from the C.11 built into wall of vestry. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW21. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.649.
SU317466:Churchyard Cross (Alleged Remains):St. Michael's churchyard. Cross base has sloping sides, a round mould at the bottom and pierced through each way by painted openings. Since its discovery in 1904 it has been re-tooled and a cross of orange-red 'stone of unction' from Jerusalem inserted. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW3. Ref: 1. History of Weyhill and its Ancient Fair, 1922, (Heanley), p.6. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.398-9.
SU317466:Grave Slab:St. Michaels Church. Built into outer west wall of the vestry. Raised moulded border containing two sunk panels. Lower panel contains cross of early form with expanded ends, characteristic Saxon step-pattern base and an ornamental boss. Dates form C.11/12.
SU317467:Tree:The Rectory, Weyhill. A copper beech in the garden.
SU318072:Coins (Find):Area called Pondhead. Found 1843. Seven coins of Gallienus, Victorinus, and Claudius Gothicus. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW5. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 345.
SU318081:Biological Features:White Moor. Area mainly bog, unique flora.
SU318150:Barrows (4):Money Hills, and Barrow Hill. A - Bowl Barrow. 24.0m. diameter and 1.2m. high. No ditch. B - Bell barrow 26.0m. diameter, height 2.5m. Surrounding ditch. C - Bell barrow 20.0m. diameter, 1.5m. high. Surrounding ditch. D - Not located. O.S.A. No. SU31 NW4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.11, 38, 210, 359.
SU318223:House:The Round House. Formerly a pair of estate cottages, this is a 1 1/2 storey dwelling of colour- washed brick under a hipped thatched roof. The lower storey has two projecting thatched wings and there is also a rounded central wing to the rear of the house.
SU318223:Trees:Danes Road, Awbridge. Woodland areas in belts.
SU318230:House:Awbridge Danes. Built in 1825. The neo-Tudor 3-bay part of the rendered front has barge- boarded gables and windows with hood-moulds. A thin neo-Gothic bay forms the central feature of another elevation. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.87.
SU318266:Farmhouse:Hatt Farm. 2 storeys and attic. Brick built with old tile roof. 3-bay front with French casement windows and central door on ground floor. Later verandah on iron posts across the front. Situated on a high bank with wall and arched entry from the road.
SU318266:Stables:Hatt Farm. Square stable block built of flint with brick dressings. Slate roof.
SU318326:Inn:The Mill Arms, Dunbridge. 2 storeys, white brick with hipped slate roof. 3-bay front the central bay projects slightly and has pediment head. Central doors in architrave surround. Derives its name from a flour mill which stood nearby which was demolished in 1939.
SU318339:Trees:Belt of mainly beech trees along Broughton to Chattis HiII Road. Acts as shelter belt for adjoining land.
SU318409:Farmhouse:Down Farm House. Large red brick Victorian farmhouse.
SU318446:Cottage:Lilac Cottage and Cambrai Cottage. Now one dwelling. Creamwashed brick and plaster walls. Thatched roof. Four upper windows. Two porches, one of them thatched.
SU318466:Sarsen Stone No. 68A:St. Michael's Churchyard. Part of gravestone of Dr. Williams-Freeman.
SU318487:Cottage:Acre Cottage. Originally two cottages. 2 storeys. Flint with red brick dressings. Tiled roof. Square paned casement windows. Extensively altered.
SU318488:Sarsen Stone No. 4D:Located at crossroads.
SU318489:Cottage:Holythorn Cottage. Standing at right angles with thatched gable towards road. Brick and faint structure with modern brick portion in centre.
SU318489:Farmhouse:Ash Lawn. 2 storeys. Flint with rusticated red brick quoins and surrounds to windows. Ridge thatched roof brought down as pentice to rear. Plain wood casements. Centre panelled door. Trellis porch.
SU318491:House:Clanville House. 2 storey, brick and flint structure at rear, north end stucco rendered and brick, sash windows except in dormers. Centre panelled door with arched alcove above portico. It is suggested that the front half of the house is late Queen Anne, and that the rear half, which in effect doubles the depth of the house, is early Georgian, built perhaps about 20 years after the original front part. Evidence of glazing bar thickness and design support this. In 1962-3 a bowed brick extension was added on the north end, designed after the style shown in prints of Nash houses in Regent Park. Double carriage entrance and low brick wall in front. Terminal piers with moulded stone caps, topped by decorative urns.
SU319132:House:Bartley Grange. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick. Slate roof. Brick chimney stacks. Sash windows. 3-window front. Doorway with fanlight.
SU319222:Trees:Land at the rear of Shootash Garage, Shootash. An area of trees of mixed species.
SU319258:Palaeolithic Implements:Found in gravel pits at Dunbridge and Kimbridge, the palaeoliths from Dunbridge are in the Winchester Museum and the British Museum. The areas centred on grid references given. O.S.A. Nos. SU31 NW1 and NW4.
SU319383:Long Barrow:Danebury West, Down Farm. 64m long, orientated ESE-WNW, tapering in plan, under grass, O.S.A. No. SU33 NW3. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.10 and 199.
SU319395:Bowl Barrow:North-east of Knock Wood. Site under plough but ditch visible on air photographs. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW2. Ref: R.A.F., A.Ps., 106G/UK/1656/3045-6.
SU319485:Alleged Barrow:North-west of Clanville Lodge. Almost imperceptible incline in the ground which is probably a natural rise. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW2.
SU319491:House:Clanville House. Of historical interest, being once the home of the Chief Customs Officer involved in the Boston Tea Party, after the War of Independence.
SU320066:Enclosure of Trees:Old Deer Park of Lyndhurst. Royal Park A.D. 1291. Unusual being a King's Park within a King's Forest. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW6. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.631.
SU320168:Saw Mill:Cadnam River, Ower. Single storey. L-shaped, open-sided mill. Brick built with tile roof. The short arm weather-boarded. Watermill still in situ, with shaft going through wall to circular saw. Breastshot, wheel and paddle made of cast iron. Ref: A Gazetteer of the Water, Wind and Tide Mills of Hampshire, (Ellis), p.133.
SU320311:Bowl Barrow:Beech Barrow, Bossington Estate. Large central mutilation and overgrown with bushes. No visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920, (Williams-Freeman), p.58.
SU320311:Viewing Point:Extensive views from Beech Tree Walk across Fir Hill Wood.
SU320375:Downland:Danebury Hill. Opened to the public in 1968. Interesting flora and fauna. Wonderful views of surrounding downland from the summit. Site of Iron Age Hill Fort.
SU320382:Bowl Barrow:Down Farm. Flat topped barrow situated in a small copse, surrounded by traces of a ditch. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW20. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.351.
SU320383:Long Barrow:Danebury East, Down Farm. 54.0m long, orientated ESE-WNW, rectangular in plan, under grass. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW3.
SU320389:Barrow (Site):North of Down Farm. Nothing visible from the ground. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW9.
SU320445:Building:Upper Mill. 2 storeys, colour-washed red brick. Short ridge tiled roof. Central tiled brick porch. Weatherboarded and thatched outbuilding.
SU320493:Farmhouse:Cooks Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Old timber-framed structure with Victorian additions. Thatched roof. Four casements. Three flat oriel windows in original oak frames with supporting brackets. Phoenix Insurance plaque above door. Possibly C.16.
SU321280:Stream:Bushy Copse. A woodland stream runs underground via a fissure in the chalk, this is one of several in the area.
SU321311:Trees:Beech Tree Walk, Bossington Estates. Fine line of beech trees visible on the skyline.
SU321487:House:Clanville Lodge. Ornamental grey cement rendered facades with rusticated ground floor. Mansard slate roof. Balustraded parapet. Sash windows with large Palladian window in centre over porch.
SU322208:House:Embley Park. Large gabled brick building with tile roof, considerably extended and rebuilt since 1895. Now used as a school. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and l.O.W. (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.205.
SU322208:House:Embley Park. The home of Florence Nightingale and her family for a considerable part of C.19. The sale catalogue of August 1825 stated that the park then consisted of 4,000 acres.
SU322209:Implements:Two Neolithic axes found in the vicinity of Embley Common in 1846. Present whereabouts notknown. parish. O.S.A. No. SU32 SW2.
SU322360:Celtic Field System:Houghton Down. Recognisable on air photographs but virtually destroyed by the plough and other agencies. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW1.
SU323082:Bowl Barrow:Matley Heath. 12.0m. diameter and 1.0m. high Visible ditch. Heather-covered. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW9. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 360.
SU323360:Barrow (Site):South of Chattis Hill. Ground ploughed out, but visible as crop-mark on air photographs. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW36.
SU323362:Barrows (3) (Site):Chattis Hill. No visible trace remains. Group centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW35. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.351.
SU323387:Oval Barrow:North of Down Farm. Visible above level of field. Subject to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW10. Ref: 1. Wessex from The Air, (Crawford and Keiller), p.170. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, pp. 10 and 199.
SU324234:Church:All Saints. Built by Colson in 1876. It is con- structed of stone with some bar tracery and has a west tower, nave and chancel. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.86.
SU324239:Cottage:Thatch, Romsey Road. A 2-storey thatched dwelling with irregular casements and doors. Timber-framed construction with brick infilling.
SU324268:House:The Fox. Originally a public house. 2 storeys, brick with horizontal flint bands. Old tile roof, half-hipped to right. First floor has casement windows, ground floor has sash windows and panelled door with trellis porch.
SU324269:Barn and Granary:Adjacent to Dairy Cottage. Weather-boarded barn of seven bays with marseilles tiled roof. Small granary on staddle stones.
SU324269:Cottage:Abbey Farm Cottage. Formerly a farmhouse. L-shaped block, positioned end-on to the road, the end wall is tile hung. Brick built, with old tile roof. Rough cast south front.
SU324269:Cottage:Dairy Cottage. 2 storeys. Brick built, with timber-framing to rear. Old tile roof. Weather-boarded porch with tiled roof. Single storey wing of later date.
SU324269:Entrance Gates:Mottisfont Abbey. Four square stone piers with moulded capping, the outer pair have ball finials, the inner pair have figures of begging bears with chains. Plain iron bar screens between piers.
SU324269:Lodges (2):Mottisfont Abbey, West and East Lodges. Flint and brick structures, with old tile roofs, and leaded light windows. Central doors recessed in archways. Later brick extensions.
SU324376:Hill Fort:Danebury Hill Camp. Well preserved example of a hill fort dating from circa 300 BC. At least two occupation phases and possible Civil War occupation. The earthworks are considered to be some of the finest in the country - next to Maiden Castle in Dorset. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW22. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, (Williams-Freeman), pp.147-159, 370. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, pp.169-171, 187, 333.
SU325165:Houses (2):No. 12, 13, Romsey Road, Ower. 2-storey. Semi-detached, brick pair. Old, plain tile roof. Hipped at nor-th-end. Brick chimney stacks. Two window bays. Centre porch to each. Lattice casement windows. Rear wing to rear of No. 13.
SU325169:Farmhouse:Wigley Manor Farmhouse, Ower. Timber-framed. Brick structure with thatched roof. Central, brick chimney stack. 2 storeys. Wooden casements with leaded lights.
SU325268:Barn:Glebe Farm. Six bays, weather-boarded on stone and brick foundations, old tile roof. Originally part of the farm and used to store the rector's tithe. Now the village hall.
SU325268:Cottage:Adjacent to Dengrid Cottage. Single storey and attic. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof brought down over weatherboarded section to one side. Small casement windows. Weatherboarded porch tiled hood.
SU325268:Cottage:Dengrid Cottage. Single storey and attic. Timber framed with colour-washed brick infilling. Thatched roof. Small casement windows, panelled door with thatched hood.
SU325268:House:Glebe Farmhouse. Formerly the Sunday School. 2 storeys, rough cast finish. Hipped slate roof. East front has two arched recesses running through both storeys each with a Gothic arched window. Other windows are casements.
SU326239:Cottage:Redmans Cottage, Stockbridge Road. A 2-storey dwelling built of brick with a vitreous diaper pattern. It has an old tile half-hipped roof with toothed eaves.
SU326266:Ice House:Church Lane. Brick and stone structure situated in a hollow.
SU326268:Cottage:Rose Cottage, opposite Glebe Farm. Single storey and attic. Brick built with two gabled dormers. Two casement windows and central door under flat hood supported by scrolled wrought iron brackets.
SU326268:House and Stables:Mottisfont House. Originally the rectory. 3 storeys, rendered. Hipped roof of small slates. 3-bay front, ground floor has recessed central porch with Ionic columns. Older single storey brick built wing with old tile roof and three dormer windows. Stable block faces house, brick built with old tile roof and round topped doors and windows.
SU326269:Spring:Mottisfont Abbey. The spring rises in the grounds. It is now channelled and taken to the river, this is the 'font' of the place name.
SU326269:Stables:Mottisfont Abbey. 2-storeyed U-shaped group. Built in red brick with pediment over central block. The side wings have roofs carried out on cantilever principle. The ends of side wings have brick Doric pilasters. Hipped slate roof. Approached by central gate with brick piers and curved flanking walls.
SU326271:Ice House:Mottisfont Abbey. Brick structure approximately 12ft. deep, with domed roof above ground level. Sunken path leading to entrance, which is now covered with an iron grille. Cleaned and renovated in recent years.
SU326278:Ancient Road:North west of the village. Found when ploughing fields, could be part of a Roman road to Winchester.
SU326355:Barrows (12) (Site):West of Chattis Hill House in area occupied by the training track of Danebury Stables. A bronze age cup found in one of the barrows is now in the British Museum. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW6. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), pp.13, 14, 20, 29, 36, 217, 351. Ref: 2. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), p.154.
SU326376:Bowl Barrow:Danebury Hill. 29m in diameter and 1.8m in height. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW21.
SU326527:Trees:Tangley House. All trees in an area on the west side of Clarke's Lane immediately ajoining the southern side of the road junction.
SU326541:Hill Fort (Remains):Bevisbury Camp. Plateau-fort consisting of a single bank with an outer ditch. An interruption in the bank and ditch at the east is probably an original entrance. O.S.A. No.SU35 SW4. Ref: Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, (Williams-Freeman), pp.11-12, 355.
SU327110:Trees:Woodlands Road. Several trees of differing species. Centred on grid reference.
SU327141:Manor House:Tatchbury Manor House. Victorian with additions in 1871/72 and 1879. Brick rendered and painted grey. Incorporates part of old C.13 Manor House.
SU327173:Hollow-way:Leads across fields near The Vine Inn. Centred on grid reference.
SU327211:Lodges (2):Embley Park. Single storey dwellings of white brick with stone stringcourse, flat wood eaves on brackets and flat pitched hip slate roof. Central arched window in road front has radiating heads and panel of cupids in broad stone. Brick gate piers with stone capping and ball finials.
SU327239:Cottage and Barn:Yew Tree Cottage, Stockbridge Road. A long- fronted 2-storey, timber-framed dwelling with brick infilling. The thatched roof is half-hipped on the right hand and hipped to the left. The 7-bay barn is weatherboarded and now has a corrugated iron and asbestos roof.
SU327261:Church:St. Andrew. Nave and chancel, and weather- boarded bell-turret. Richly carved Norman chancel arch, the chancel windows contain some fine C.15 stained glass, that in the east window tracery heads being almost intact. Inside is a monument to an Elizabethan family dated 1584. Ref: Buildings of England, Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.340.
SU327269:House:Mottisfont Abbey. Originally an Augustinian Priory founded in 1201 and dissolved in 1536. It was granted to William, Lord Sandys who converted it to a country house, thus preserving a considerable amount of the monastic buildings. The present 3-storey red brick house dates from circa 1740. The 3-bay central block with pediment, is flanked by double brick projections, beyond these are stone-built wings with projecting single-storey terraces over the remains of the abbey buildings. The north and east faces of the house preserve the arcading and butressing of the C.13 church. The grounds contain the important National Trust collection of historic roses, and some notable trees, particularly a giant London plane. Now owned by the National Trust and open to the public at certain times of the year. O.S.A. No. SU32 NW6. Ref: 1. Mediaeval Religious Houses, England and Wales, (Knowles and Hadcock), p.146. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 2, p.172 and Vol. 4, p.503. Ref: 3. Buildings of England, Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.341-2.
SU327430:Enclosure (Site):Bulberry, north west of John's Cross. Crop mark of small square enclosure once visible on air photograph. No trace now remains. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW5. Ref: Wessex from the Air, (1928), (Crawford and Keiller), p.29.
SU327434:Travel Way:Dunkirt Lane (originally Dungcart Lane). Running up attractive unspoilt valley of fields which formerly were under strip cultivation prior to the Enclosure Act. Bordered by woodland along its length.
SU327435:Cottage:No. 48. Rendered and timber-framed walls. Thatched roof. Three upper windows. Plain casements and boarded doors.
SU327435:House:Manor Farm House, Dunkirt Lane. Dated 1783. 2 storeys, blue brick with red brick band and dressings. Ridge tiled roof, half-hipped at either end. Pleasant Georgian house with low walled garden.
SU327436:Cottage:Nos. 43 and 44, Faircrouch. Now one dwelling. Brick and flint panels. Thatched roof.
SU327436:Cottage:Nos. 45 and 46. Now one dwelling. Timber- framed with brick and flint infilling. Tiled roof. Reputed to be C.16.
SU327436:House:Lower Cottage. Brick and flint panels. Slate roof.
SU327436:House:No. 47, West Hill. 2 storeys, blue brick with red brick band and dressings. Ridge tiled roof. Casement windows. Projecting wing to rear.
SU327436:Trees:Upper Cottage, Monxton Road. A horse chest-nut, a sycamore and four pine on land north of Upper Cottage.
SU327437:Trees:Upper Cottage, Monxton Road. An ash and four beech adjacent to western and northern boundaries of land at Upper Cottage.
SU327527:Cottage:Hope Cottage. Originally a pair of cottages. Built of rubble, brick dressings, some exposed timber-framing. Thatched roof swept over upper windows. Modern additions.
SU327528:Inn:The Cricketer's Arms. 2 storeys, hipped tiled roof. Colourwashed brick and flint with black tarred plinth. Casement windows with shutters to those on ground floor. Central boarded door. In scenic setting with plane tree in front.
SU328142:Deserted Mediaeval Village (Site):Tatchbury or Taceberie. No visible trace remains.
SU328296:Farmhouse:Pittleworth Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic, brick walls, old tiled roof. Mullioned and transomed windows, some with lead casements. May have older internal features. Built on site of former Grange of Mottisfont Abbey. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p.114.
SU328296:Mediaeval Village (Site):Pittleworth. Mounds in field opposite entrance to Pittleworth Farm may indicate site of deserted mediaeval village. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.500. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.491-2, 508-9.
SU328297:Chapel (Site):North of Pittleworth Farm. Existed from C.14 until 1717 when it apparently fell into disuse. Remains were pulled down in 1905. Site indicated by rectangular depression overgrown with ivy. O.S.A. No. SU32 NW5. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.468. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.492-3.
SU328428:Trees:Belt of trees on south west boundary of the sports field. Planted to commemorate the Festival of Britain in 1951. Trees donated by villagers.
SU328433:House:The Cottage. 2 storeys, rendered brick and flint structure. Asbestos slate roof. Casement windows. Light timbered porch.
SU328434:Bellamine Pot:Found in chalk floor beneath central hearth of cottage No. 61/62 Abbots Ann. Ref: Anodver Archaeological Society.
SU328434:Cottage:Nos. 26 and 27, Wel-Lin Cottage. Now one dwelling. Flint with red brick bands and dressings. Thatched roof. Half elliptical brick arches to ground floor windows and doors. Two upper windows.
SU328434:Cottage:Nos. 63 and 64, Friary Cottage. Part red brick, part rendered. Thatched roof, four small upper windows. Part originally a shop, now converted to one dwelling.
SU328434:Cottages (2):Nos. 61 and 62. Now one dwelling. Flint and brick in bands. Thatched roof with eaves raised over four small upper windows.
SU328434:Cottages (3):Nos. 23, 24 and 25. L-shaped group. Brick with flint panels. Thatched roof. Side rendered.
SU328434:Cottages:No. 59, Cygnet Cottage. Flint and brick rendered walls. Thatched roof. Two upper windows. Small boarded porch at side.
SU328434:Cottages:Nos. 57 and 58, Post Office. 2 storeys, rendered walls. Thatched roofs. Three widely spaced casements.
SU328434:House:Black Swan House. Formerly an Inn. 3 storeys, colour-washed brick and plaster structure. Stepped ridge tiled roof, partly thatched. Plain wood casements. Possibly C.18.
SU328435:Cottage:No. 28, Lane Cottage. Flint with red brick bands and dressings. Thatched roof with eaves raised over three upper windows. Plain wood casements.
SU328435:Cottage:School House. 2 storeys, timber-framed and red brick structure. Thatched roof. Three lattice oriel windows on first floor. Plain casements on ground floor.
SU328436:Building:Originally Bakery and Cottage, now converted to three dwellings. Timber-framed, rendered and brick colourwashed structure. Ridge thatched roof with eaves raised over four upper windows.
SU328436:Cottage:No. 40. Rendered brick structure with timber- framed panels. Thatched roof with eaves raised over two upper windows and pentice to rear.
SU328436:Cottage:No. 49. Single-storey, red brick and colour- washed structure. Thatched roof. Two metal casements. Central boarded porch.
SU328436:Cottages (2):Nos. 41 and 42. Colourwashed brick structure. Thatched roof with eaves raised over two upper windows.
SU328436:Tree:Oak tree at road junction in village centre. Planted to commemorate Queen Victoria's Jubilee 1897. Believed to be on the site where the village stocks once stood.
SU328436:Trees:Two oak trees in the grounds of the War Memorial Hall. One to commemorate the Jubilee of King George V in 1935. The other to commemorate the Queen's Silver Jubilee in 1977.
SU328437:Cottage:Ash Cottage. Flint and red brick in bands. Thatched roof with eaves raised over three upper windows. Thatched porch.
SU328437:Cottage:No. 32, Spring Cottage. 2 storeys. Cement rendered walls. Thatched roof. Three small casements.
SU328438:Bellamine Pots:Telecom Sub-Station. Pots found in grass field during rebuilding of sub-station. Two inverted and two upright in symmetrical cluster beneath brick floor of presumed C.17 house, alI corked, containing bent bronze pins. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1981.
SU328438:Pottery Sherds:Duck Street. Sherds dating from C.13 found when mediaeval pits and wall footings were exposed during development. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1981.
SU328472:Farmhouse:Penton Grafton Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Flint with brick dressings. Hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. Centre panelled double doors. Trellis porch.
SU328474:Cottage:Blue Bell Farm Cottage. Flint with wide cement plinth and brick band. Thatched roof with eaves square cut around three upper windows. Oval brick panels either side of centre door.
SU329096:Salt Petre House (Site):In Forestry lnclosure. Series of irregular banks and hollows covering a rectangular area some 140m. north east to south-west by 50m. across. Probably used for manufacture of saltpetre from 1560. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW2. Ref: 1. Ancient Earthworks of the New Forest, p.16. Ref: 2. Mentioned in the Records of 1604.
SU329199:Cottage:Grotto Cottage, Embley Park. Flint with brick dressings. Wing at right angles in form of rustic castle of large blocks of flint and rubble stone. Gothic arched windows and small tower. Probably a children's folly.
SU329298:Viewing Point:Fine views across the valley from the road and north of site of mediaeval chapel.
SU329357:Bowl Barrows (2):Houghton Down. Under rough pasture and cut off from surrounding ploughed field by fence. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW38. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.351.
SU329358:Long Barrow:Houghton Down. Excavated 1895 when skeletons and a cremation were found. Barrow almost ploughed out, but visible on air photographs. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW37. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 5, 1904-06, (Shore), p.19. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), pp.10, 15, 199.
SU329430:Cottages (2):Nos. 1 and 2, Manor Cottages. 2 storeys, Rendered and colourwashed walls. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Small modern brick porch.
SU329435:Cottage:No. 29. Timber-framed and rendered walls. Thatched roof.
SU329471:Cottage:Rose Cottage. Limewashed brick structure, thatched roof. Restored.
SU329473:Farmhouse:The Manor. L-shaped Victorian house. Rendered walls, ridge tiled roof. Stone mullioned windows. Sash windows on side elevation. Core of building may be C.18.
SU329474:Church:Holy Trinity. Restored 1888. Consists of nave, chancel and bellcote. Octagonal font with two small ogee-arches on each side. Fragments of mediaeval glass in south window of nave. Originally C.14. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.371.
SU329476:Cottage:Box Cottage. Plastered walls, thatched roof. Plain wood casement windows. Trellis porch.
SU329476:Cottage:Laurel Cottage. Plastered walls, thatched roof. Plain wood casement windows. Trellis porch.
SU329476:House:Forge Cottage. 2 storeys. Flint with red brick bands and dressings. Tiled roof. Plain casements.
SU329477:House:The Old Farm House. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Ridge tiled roof. Two sash windows and two hipped dormer windows. Centre panelled door.
SU329526:Farm Building:Byre and Hay Loft, Manor Farm. 2-storey timber-framed structure, five bays. Open ground floor with weatherboarded upper stage. Slate roof and centrally positioned hoist door. Flint and brick rear wall.
SU330129:Trees:Twiggs Wood. Several oak, beech, cherry, plane, ash, hawthorn and birch standing in the area centred on grid reference.
SU330144:Multivallate Hill Fort:Tatchbury Mount Hospital. Area built over by hospital buildings but outline can still be seen. O.S.A. No. SU31 SW1.
SU330177:Lodges (2):Embley Park. Single storey symmetrical square pavilions of Roman cement with chamfered rustication. Tall panelled parapet and curved lead roof. Large arched window in road front. Curved flanking walls with square terminal piers and cast iron gates.
SU330200:House:The Dower House, formerly Forest Lodge, Embley Park. Roman cement with hipped slate roof. 2 storeys, east front having angular bay with Gothic arched central casement flanked by arched panels, double door to right hand with radiating arched fanlight in rusticated surround. Bulls-eye windows featured on east and south elevations.
SU330323:Field System (Site):South of Stevens Drove. Now completely ploughed out, only remaining traces are chalky soil marks when freshly ploughed. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW10.
SU330434:House:Manor House. 2 storeys, rendered brick walls, slate roof. Sash windows. Projecting bowed columned porch with modern panelled doors.
SU330435:Church:St. Mary. Red brick classical rebuilding of 1716. Pinnacles on west tower and window tracery in eastern part of church. Victorian additions. Furnishings contemporary with building, box pews, pulpit, font with bowl set in oak frame on delicately moulded stem. West gallery on tuscan columns. White paper garlands which were carried at the funerals of maidens and batchelors of virtuous life are hung around the walls. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW14. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hants. & I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.73. Ref: 2. Little Guides (Hampshire), (Cox), p.61.
SU330435:House:Old Manor House. 2 storeys, red brick with occasional blue headers. Short half-hipped tiled roof. L-shape with single-storey projecting wing to rear. TrelIis porch.
SU330471:Cottage:Four Acres. Brick and flint structure, thatched roof.
SU330474:Cottage:Hillside Cottage. 2 storeys, limewashed plaster walls. Thatched roof brought down as pentice to rear. Square paned lattice casement windows.
SU330474:Cottage:Old Croft. 2 storeys. Thatched roof and porch. Modern casements. Core is timber-framed.
SU330474:House:The Grange. 2 storeys. Recast in C.19. Grey cement rendered walls. Tiled roof. Sash windows. Projecting wing to rear.
SU330474:Inn:White Hart. 2 storeys. Painted stucco facade with black tarred plinth. Hipped tiled roof. Plain wood casements. Centre doorway.
SU330475:Cottage:Aldermans. 2 storeys. Plastered walls. Square- paned wood casement windows. Once thatched.
SU330475:Cottage:Folly Cottage. 2 storeys. C.19 stucco facade. Hipped tiled roof. Sash windows with Victorian wooden shutters. Ground floor has splayed bays to the right and left.
SU330475:Cottage:Old Thatched Cottage. 2 storeys. Colour-washed flint and brick facade. Thatched roof with eaves swept over upper windows. Centre boarded porch.
SU330476:Cottages:The Square. Compact L-shaped group of small dwellings. Chalk structure, thatched roofs. Originally five cottages recently restored and converted to fewer dwellings.
SU330477:Cottage:Thatches. Colourwashed flint and brick, thatched roof with pentice to rear. Casement windows. Modern glazed verandah. Restored.
SU331009:Granary:Dilton Farm. Wood structure, tiled roof. Supported on staddle stones.
SU331174:Farmhouse:Bowman's Farmhouse. 2 storey dwelling of colour- washed brick, part timber-framed, with a tiled roof. Three dormer casements. lrregular windows. Ledged entrance door.
SU331324:Barrow (Site):South of Stevens Drove. No trace remains field now ploughed. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW9.
SU331375:Bowl Barrow:The Turret, Windover Farm. Large bowl barrow on the parish boundary situated on a steep natural knoll. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW25. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.29 and 351.
SU331426:Trees:Avenue of beech trees either side of road from St. Johns Cross to Red Rice.
SU331434:Travel Way:Coach Road. Reputed route of coaches to avoid steep hill in village. Believed to be the mediaeval road from Fullerton to Andover. Running through an area of scenic beauty with shelter belts of trees in adjoining fields.
SU331438:Mill:Lower Mill. 2-storey, three bays, red brick with some timber framing, and a tiled roof. Flint and brick extension to the rear. Only some brick foundations remain of the mill, but the wheelpit and axle of the waterwheel with the collateral watercourse remain. Ref: Water and Windmills in Hampshire and I.O.W., 1978, (S.U.I.A.G.), p.6.
SU331447:Farmhouse:Little Park Farm House. Large red brick Victorian farmhouse.
SU331459:Bowl Barrow (Site):Andover Airfield. Contained primary cremation with bronze knife dagger and two secondary inhumed cremations. Barrow destroyed in 1917. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW14. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 8, p.354.
SU331465:Old Travelway:Section of Harrow Way south of the village, from Harroway Cottage running east to the parish boundary.
SU331495:Long Barrow:South of Nutbane Copse. Cigar-shaped barrow of Wessex type, now ploughed out. Site still recognisable by scattered flints, chalk and flint concentration and ditch impressions. O.S.A. No.SU34 NW6. Ref: P.P.S., Vol. 25, 1959, pp.15-51.
SU331564:Boundary Mark:Goudyses Gate. Ancient boundary point where the roads to Conholt and Hippenscombe enter Wiltshire. Mentioned in a perambulation of A. D.1410 under various names, Goudysea Gate, Goudesgate, Godwynsgate and Goodwyngate (possibly a reference to the Saxon Earl of Wessex). O.S.A. No. SU34 NW8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, pp.267-8.
SU331597:Implements:Upper Row Farm. Two looped palstaves found during ploughing in 1915. Retained by finder. O.S.A. No. SU35 NW6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 8, p.p. 353-4.
SU332130:Church:St. Matthew. Built circa 1855. Nave and chancel with bell-turret on west side of chancel. Very narrow aisles. Octagonal piers with single chamfered arches. Chancel arch, corbels with a naturalistic vine, strawberry, oak and stiff-leaved species. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p.351.
SU332182:Farmhouse:Brick Hill Farmhouse, Embley Park. Possibly formerly a pavilion. Single storey and basement. Tall symmetrical rectangular block with angular bay ends. Roughcast finish with stone quoins and window dressings. Hipped old tile roof with tall central chimney. Arched entrance doorway.
SU332436:Cottage:Nos. 97 and 98, Little Ann, Ashbarn. Now one dwelling. Partly reproduction timber-frame with coloured panels and partly red brick. Thatched roof.
SU332436:Cottage:Pennymarsh, Little Ann. Thatched roof with dormer windows to first floor. Brick walls. Cruck frame construction with the upper portions still retaining portions of the original wattled infill. The whole of three and a half bays, the half bay extension at the northern end being added in the late C.18. A large brick stack with bread oven was inserted between the centre and northern bays in the early C.17, and at the same time a first floor was constructed.
SU332436:House:Rectory Cottage. 2 storeys, cement rendered and colour-washed, slate roof. Sash windows. Small Victorian house in walled garden.
SU332438:Cottage:Water Cottage, Little Ann. Cement rendered walls. Timber-framed with modern reproduction addition. Thatched roof. Modern lattice casements.
SU332439:Cottage:Brook Cottage, Little Ann. 2 storeys, rendered walls, ridge tiled roof. Lattice casements on garden facade.
SU332472:Bowl Barrow:North-east of Harroway House. 22m in diameter by 1.6m in height. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW13. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.349.
SU332474:House:Penton Lodge. Classical house standing in park. Grey cement rendered walls. Low pitched slate roof. Centre 3-storey block supported by 2- storey wings. Columned porch. Now St. Benedict's Convent School.
SU332475:Farmhouse:Home Farm House. Dated 1718. 2 storeys. Colourwashed flints with brick bands and dressings. Long ridge thatched roof. 4-window facade. Two doorways. Originally a pair of terraced houses.
SU332492:Building (Site):East of Nutbane Farm. Short stretch of flint walling exposed by ploughing. Finds include brick, tile, Samian ware and sherds of coarse black gritted ware. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW5.
SU332570:Cottage:Bank Cottage, Vernham Bank. Flint with brick dressings. Thatched roof with two 'eyebrow' windows. Possibly C.17.
SU333185:Trees:Jack O'Lantern, Ower. An area of trees of various species bordering on the A.31 and the rear of properties in Gardeners Lane.
SU333306:Farmhouse:Bossington Farm. 2 storeys, brick structure, tiled roof.
SU333338:Ring Ditches:North Houghton. Crop marks visible on air photographs indicate ring ditches at grid references given. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW18.
SU333436:Cottage:No. 95, Pollyanna Cottage, Little Ann. Timber-framed and colour-washed brick structure. Thatched roof brought down as pentice at one end.
SU334005:Ring Ditch (Crop Mark):Dilton Farm. 18.0m. diameter. Land under plough. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW22. Ref: A.S.P. No. 68/206/095-6.
SU334120:Trees:Great Fletchwood Farm. Group of trees consisting of oak, ash and field maple. Centred on grid reference.
SU334265:House:Forge House. 2 storeys, cream colour-washed brick walls. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Modernised, formerly the Smithy.
SU334309:Houses (3):Lodges to Bossington House. Squared flint and brick structures. May have been built by John Davies, the architect of Bossington House.
SU334356:Barrows (5):Houghton Down. Located on O.S. Map of 1810, no longer any trace, presumably destroyed during 1914-18 when the area was used as an aerodrome. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW40. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.351.
SU334381:Long Barrow:Waters Down Farm. Remains of Neolithic long barrow in arable field. A metalled road goes over the eastern end. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW23. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.10, 199.
SU334396:Farmhouse:Clatford Oakcutts. Creamwashed plastered walls with black tarred plinth. 2 storeys, ridge slate roof. Light timber-framing exposed in attic of gable end. Casement windows. Central panelled door.
SU334437:Cottage:No. 135, Little Ann. Timber-framed and red brick structure. Thatch replaced by clay tiled roof.
SU334437:Cottage:No. 136 Little Ann. Red brick and timber- framed with modern reproduction addition. Thatched roof.
SU334518:Inn:The Fox. Plain brick and flint structure with brick extension, low pitched slate roof. Porch at one end. Typical example of a mid C.19 rural public house.
SU334524:Church:St. Thomas of Canterbury. Rebuilt in 1875 in chunky early English style. Tower and spire added in 1898. Contains an unusual early C.1 7 lead font. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.618-9.
SU334524:Sarsen Stones No. 64A:St. Thomas Churchyard. Situated near the west and south sides of the church. Early C.20 opinion considered these could have been part of a Megalithic monument. O.S.A. No. SU35 SW5.
SU334567:Cottage:Bowers Cottage. Formerly two cottages. 2 storeys. Flint and brick structure. Thatched roof. Plain wood casements.
SU334575:Houses:Nos. 67, 66, 70 and 71, Vernham Row. The numbering of this terrace does not run in sequence. Of brick structure and flint banded with slate roofs.
SU335210:House:Spursholt House. The manor dates from the C.13, and some of the remains may be incorporated within the present structure which is mainly C.16. The west and rear elevations form an L-shape. Brick structure with an old tile roof, which is irregular and gabled. Large chimney with three diamond shafts. The windows are irregular and, for the most part, mullioned with later lights. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.456.
SU335225:Trees:Roke Manor. A considerable number of roadside belts, groups of various species and a few individually identified oaks in this vicinity, in addition to Palness Copse, Bulls Copse and the northern paro of Squob Wood. Centred on grid reference.
SU335307:Lead Pig:Found 1783 where the Roman road crosses the River Test. 2 ft. long and 156 lbs. in weight. I nscription mentioning Nero as Emperor and Consul for the fourth time. This dates it to the latter half of A.D. 60. Now in the British Musuem. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW12. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, (Haverfield), pp.323-4.
SU335365:Barrow:Houghton Down. Small barrow now almost ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW34. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.351.
SU335387:Enclosure (Site):Waters Down Farm. Finds include sherds, oyster shells, pot boilers and half of a plain bronze bangle. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW12. Ref: Wessex from the Air, 1928, (Crawford and Keiller), p.248.
SU335387:Enclosure:South of Nettlebank Copse. A square enclosure revealed by air-photography. Many sherds, oyster shells, pot boilers and half a plain bronze bangle have been found in the area. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW12. Ref: Wessex from the Air, (Crawford and Keiller), p.248.
SU335428:Probable Bowl Barrow:North-east of Johns Cross. Field under pasture - nothing visible. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW8.
SU335436:Cottage:No. 86, Little Ann. Rendered walls. Thatched roof.
SU335436:Cottage:Nos. 92 and 93, Longcroft. Now one dwelling. Brick and flint in bands. Ridge thatched roof with eaves raised over four windows. Centre brick stack.
SU335437:Cottages (3):Mallard Cottages. Converted to one dwelling. Brick structure colour-washed. Thatched roof with eaves raised over four upper windows. Weatherboarded pentice out-buildings at either end.
SU335473:Trees:Penton Park. Variety of species including cedar, wellingtonia and lime. Centred on grid reference.
SU336018:Barrow:Pudding Barrow. Near Stockley Cottage. Disturbed on east side.
SU336066:Bowl Barrows:Denny Wood. A - 35.0m. in diameter. Fails on a small hill. B - 12.0m. in diameter and 0.5m. high. No visible ditch. Central mutilation. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW15. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU336069:Barrows (2):Church Place, Denny Lodge. A - 20.0m. diameter and 1.5m. high. No visible ditch. Mutilated. B - 8.5m. diameter and 0.7m. high. Ditched. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW16. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU336082:Barrows (2):Matley Heath. A - 13.5m. diameter and 15m. high. Mutilated. Ditched. B - 15.0m. diameter and 1.3m. high. Mutilated. Ditched. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU336085:Earthworks (Circular):South of Ashurst Lodge. Possible bowl barrow. Situated at north end of a north-south ridge. Bank and ditch at the south. 80m. in diameter.
SU336308:Deserted Hamlet (Site):Bossington Hamlet. Deserted circa 1829. Site indicated by a number of earth banks. Tile and brick fragments and stone roofing slabs occur on the surface. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW7. Ref: 1. Lost Villages of England, (Beresford), p.353. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.488. Ref: 3. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.491.
SU336309:Church:St. James. Rebuilt 1839. Flint structure. Nave and short chancel. Bellcote on the east end of the nave. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p.114.
SU336436:House:The Rectory. 2 storeys, red brick with blue headers. Steep hipped tiled roof. Five sash windows. Three square leaded dormers. Victorian brick porch.
SU336437:Cottages (2):Nos. 84 and 85, Little Ann. L-shaped pair with thatched roofs. Red brick gable with chimney towards the road. Small upper windows.
SU336463:Barrow (Site):Harrow Way. Originally a 'ring-ditch' barrow, no trace now remains. Excavated and recorded by Andover Excavation Committee, 1974. O.S.A. No.SU34 NW16.
SU336501:Farmhouse:Pidgeon House Farmhouse. 2 storeys, lime-washed brick, ridge tiled roof. Casement windows.
SU336554:Pond:Knightes Mere. Situated where Conholt Lane enters Wiltshire. A circular pond embanked on the north-east and surrounded by oak trees. Probably formed by artificial deepening of a natural hollow, it is always well filled despite its altitude.
SU336554:Pond:Knyghtes Mere. Crusaders are reputed to have watered their horses here, on their way to the crusades.
SU336562:Wood:Boats Copse, flanking Conholt Hill. A striking feature from several viewpoints in the south-west of the parish. Many species of trees including beech and hazel.
SU336566:Farmhouse:Sargents Farm House. 2 storeys. Flint rubble with bands of red brick dressings. Low pitched slate roof and wide spreading eaves. Plain wood casements.
SU337004:Bowl Barrow:On open forest. 22.5 m diameter and 1.0 m high. No visible ditch. Overgrown by bracken and furze. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW16. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p. 362.
SU337004:Circular Earthworks:On open forest. A circular unbroken bank with a slight outer ditch, Mutilated by rabbits. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW17. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 8, 1917-18, p.p. 310-4.
SU337009:Bowl Barrow:On open forest. 27.5 m. diameter and 1.6 m high. Much mutilated by rabbits. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW9. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 362.
SU337015:Bowl Barrow:On open forest, south of Hedge Corner. 28.0 m diameter and 1.6 m high. Slight traces of a ditch on the north east side. Badly mutilated. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p.362.
SU337135:Farmhouse:Hanger Farm, Ringwood Road. 3-cell, lobby entrance type characteristic of the Hampshire area. 1 1/2 storeys. Timber-framed construction on brick base, three panels to the height of the house with angle braces from post to wall plate. Tiled roof with half-hipped gables and Queen-post trusses. Moulded brick chimney stacks. Brick refacing with coloured header chequer work and dentil eaves cornice. Late C.18 or early C.19 casement windows. Main north part has five windows. Gabled porch with round-arched doorway.
SU337188:Farmhouse:Ranville's Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic. A timber-framed building with brick nogging, the upper part having mainly herringbone brick infilling. The old tile roof has a large central chimney with offset head. Casement windows. Gabled dormer with a canted oriel. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.145.
SU337227:Ancient Site:Roke. Site of deserted hamlet. O.S.A. SU32 SW14 Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4., p.460.
SU337232:House:Stanbridge Earls. 3 storeys. Partly timber-framed building with brick fronts to south and east, the main elevation refronted with ashlar in C.17. The entrance front has slightly projecting gabled bays, the second floor oversailing. An extension has been added on the western side forming a kitchen court. The chimneys are grouped symmetrically with diamond shafts. Windows are mullioned and transomed. Entrance porch is slightly offset from centre. The remains of a C.14 chapel in the south wall, have now been restored to their original use. The house is now used as a school. O.S.A. No. SU32 SW6. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C. Vol. 6, 1907, pp.41-63. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.609.
SU337311:House:Bossington House. Built 1834. Yellow brick with shaped gables. Symmetrical main facade. Tall chimney stacks. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p.114.
SU337377:Bowl Barrows (3):Waters Down Farm. Neolithic bowl barrows, one of which is clearly visible. The remaining two no longer visible from the ground. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW26. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.351.
SU337391:Trees:Nettlebank Copse. An area of mixed woodland.
SU337421:Trees:Red Rice Estate. Beech avenue from St. Johns Cross to Red Rice House.
SU337436:Cottages (3):Nos. 79, 80 and 96, Little Ann. 2 storeys, red brick with blue headers. Casement windows, A long range with stepped ridge tiled roof and gabled addition at one end.
SU337464:Pagan Cemetery:Portway West Industrial Estate. Discovered by Andover Archaeological Society and partly excavated. Large number of graves destroyed without record in 1981.
SU337483:Building (Site):East of Chalk Croft Farm. Finds include brick and tile, flints and potsherds. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW4.
SU337575:Farmhouse:Box Farm House. 2 storeys. Part flint and rubble, part brick. Grey tiled roof. Altered in 1960s when bow window was added. Three plain wood casements. Projecting wing to rear of earlier date, core probably timber-framed structure.
SU338004:Bowl Barrows (Site):On open forest. No visible signs remain. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW19.
SU338006:Bowl Barrows (Site):On open forest. No visible signs remain. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW18.
SU338105:Trees:102, Lyndhurst Road, Ashurst. Near Totton. Good examples of two oaks and a horse chestnut.
SU338150:Farmhouse:Broad Oaks Farm, Calmore. Previously called Broadmore Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Timber- framed, colourwashed brick with thatched roof. Casement windows. Possibly older than date stated.
SU338232:Ancient Site:Stanbridge Earls. Site of deserted moated hamlet. O.S.A. No. SU32 SW6. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.452, 457-8.
SU338357:Barrow (Site):Houghton Down. Located on O.S. map of 1810, no trace remains. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW39.
SU338369:Barrows (7) (Site):Windover Farm. Visible as slight mounds under arable land. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW27. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 351. Ref: 2. Crawford Collection, A.S.P., Nos. 03364, x 186 (5/92, x 198(5/95).
SU338436:Inn:Poplar Farm Inn. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls, thatched roof. Projecting wing, flint with red brick dressings. Adjoining barn, a modern reproduction.
SU338465:Inhumations:Portway West. Three female adult and twelve infant skeletons under cairns of flints in enlarged section of late Bronze Age linear ditch. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1980.
SU338566:Cottage:The Den, formerly Ashton Cottage. 2 storeys. Flint and brick structure, colour-washed white. Thatched roof.
SU338566:Cottage:West Dene. 2 storeys. Colour-washed flint and brick structure. Thatched roof.
SU338::Corner Cottage.
SU338::Houghton Down Farm.
SU339103:Trees:Chawton Glen, Ashurst. Could be affected by the proposed line of the Ashurst By-pass.
SU339196:Cottages (2):Cutters Barn Cottages. A pair of 2 storey brick built timber-framed cottages dated 1773. Thatched roof with four eyebrow windows on west front. Tiled entrance porches.
SU339321:Enclosure (Site):South-east of Eversley Farm. No trace on the ground, visible only on air photographs as dark soil marks. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW11.
SU339417:House:Red Rice School. Built of Clipsham stone with slate roof. Arched windows. Thirteen bays. Porte cochere of four Tuscan columns. Elegant clock tower, arch of rubbed bricks to the stable yard. Believed built by General Webb, one of the Duke of Marlborough' s officers, and owned at one time by Henry Errington, an uncle of Mrs. Fitzherbert. Now a private school. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.51, 631.
SU339417:Parkland:Red Rice Park. 46 acres of park, woodland and garden containing many fine trees including mulberry, copper beech, ginkgo and cedar of Lebanon. It is said the trees were originally laid out in the formation of the troops at the Battle of Malplaquet.
SU339463:Settlement Site:Portway West. Ditched settlement excavated in 1974-5, now part of factory development area. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW20.
SU339565:Cottage:Davids Cottage. 2 storeys. Whitewashed flint and brick structure. Thatched roof, square-cut around two upper windows. Four modern casements. Modern light timber porch.
SU339565:Cottage:The Old Forge. 2 storeys. Whitewashed flint and brick structure. Partly thatched - modern additions with tiled roof.
SU339566:Cottage:Allways. 2 storeys. Flint and brick structure with gable towards road. Thatched roof.
SU339566:Cottage:Meadow Cottage. 2 storeys. Flint and brick structure. Core of building timber-framed, an internal supporting post, an old ship's timber, is dated 1686. Wood casements with square panes, under segmental brick lintels. Thatched roof.
SU339::
SU339::Lavender Cottage and Thatch Cottage.
SU339::Rowans.
SU339::Test Lodge.
SU339::The Vine.
SU340007:Bowl Barrows (3):On open forest. A - 20.0 m diameter and 0.8 m high. No visible ditch. Much mutilated by rabbits. B - 29.0 m diameter and 1.4 m high. No visible ditch. Much mutilated by rabbits. C - 6.5 m diameter and 0.3 m high. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.362.
SU340069:Bowl Barrow:Open Forest. 23.5m. diameter and 1.3m. high. No visible ditch. Flat-topped. Mutilated by rabbits. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW14. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU340110:Trees:Ashurst Garden Estate. Seventeen individual oaks, and several groups of trees of different species. Area centred on grid reference.
SU340130:Deserted Mediaeval Site:Lesteorde, now Testwood. Most of the site was in the Forest. Approximate grid reference given. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.p. 487, 510; Vol. 4, p. 549.
SU340139:Trees:No. 178, Calmore Road, Totton. False acacia, holly, laburnum, lawson cypress, oak, portuguese laurel, prunus pissardi nigra, spruce and sycamore.
SU340182:Farmhouse:Ridge Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Stuccoed 6-bay front, with projecting 2 storey gabled porch, under an old tile roof. Casement windows under drip moulds. Left hand ground floor window is a small angular bay with hipped old tile roof. Gothic arched doorway.
SU340304:Find:West of Horsebridge Station. A bronze, leaf-shaped sword and chape discovered in 1894, now in Winchester Museum. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW13.
SU340337:Building (Site):Houghton Down Farm. Alleged site indicated only by brick and tile fragments, although the location is typical of Roman building sites in the area. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW6.
SU340366:Bowl Barrows (Site):South-east of Blackstake Hill. Site of approximately nine barrows. No trace visible on the ground. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW28. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p. 351. Ref: 2. J.K. St. Joseph, A.S.P., Nos. AT/5-8, 81/32-33, B1/36-38.
SU340438:House:Gilberts Mead, Little Ann. Colour-washed brick walls. Tiled roof. porch.
SU340439:Cottage:Willow Cottage, Little Ann. Colour-washed brick and flint walls. Tiled roof. porch.
SU340441:Cottage:No. 76, Little Ann, Heron Cottage. 2 storeys, rendered and colour-washed brick walls. Thatched roof. Two small casements. Trellis porch.
SU340441:Cottage:Shepherds Cottage, Little Ann. Rendered walls, partly thatched. Restored, modern extension.
SU340564:Trees:Mission Hall and Vernham House. A group of four beech on the southern boundary of the land to the rear of the above properties.
SU340565:Cottage:Apple Thatch. Formerly three cottages, now one dwelling. 2 storeys. Flint and brick in parallel bands with brick dressings. Thatched roof. Core of building, timber-framed.
SU340565:Cottage:Gardia. 2 storeys. Colourwashed flint and brick structure. Thatched roof.
SU340565:Farmhouse:Beeches Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Plastered facades masking earlier timber-framed structure. Thatched roof. Wood casements. Panelled door with trellis porch.
SU340565:House:Masons. Colourwashed brick structure. Originally an inn, still retains original malt kiln, now incorporated in living room.
SU340565:Trees:A belt of trees of various species which provides a picturesque backdrop to the houses around the village green.
SU340565:Trees:Willow tree outside Vernham House. It originally overhung the village pond; also some younger ornamental trees.
SU340566:Building:Methodist Chapel. Rendered brick, grey slate roof. Dated 1845.
SU340566:Cottage:Cheyney Cottage. 2 storeys. Flint and brick structure. Thatched roof and dormer windows.
SU340::Houghton Farm.
SU340::Houghton Manor.
SU341082:Bowl Barrow:West of Fullford Bog. 8.0m. in diameter and 0.4m. high. No visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW13. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 360.
SU341086:Barrows (6):West of Nursery. One only visible from ground. 4.0m. diameter and 0.2m. high. Group centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW18.
SU341160:Farmhouse:Little Thatches, Hill Street, previously called Colbury Farmhouse. Single storey and attic. Timber-framed and brick. Thatch roof with hipped gables. Central brick chimney stack. Casement windows with leaded lights.
SU341160:Granary:Little Thatches, Hill Street. Square timber-framed structure with timber cill on staddle stones. Pyramidal slate hipoed roof. Timber-framing of thin scanning. Western section has one small window opening beneath eaves.
SU341160:Tree:Hill Street. An individual oak standing beside the road. Centred on grid reference.
SU341361:Villa (Site):Windover Farm. Substantial remains of three groups of buildings excavated, 1922. Finds include Samian ware, part of a millstone, spearhead and coins. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW41. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920-24, (Williams-Freeman), pp.288, 290, 388 and 398.
SU341565:Cottage and Barn:Dean Cottage. 2 storeys, timber-framed with brick and plaster infilling and part brick and flint. Thatched roof swept over upper windows. Modern lattice casements. Timber-framed, thatched, weatherboarded barn converted for use as a garage.
SU341565:Cottage:Pond Cottage. 2 storeys. Colour-washed brick and timber-framed structure. Thatched roof. Probably C.16. Non-matching extension with weatherboard facing added 1978.
SU341565:Cottages (2):Originally Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Upton Road. Nos. 2 and 3 now converted to one cottage, Anne's Cottage. 2 storeys, flint and brick in bands. Thatched roof. Wood casements.
SU341565:Inn:The George. Restored timber-framed structure, long ridge tiled roof, with eaves swept back over upper windows, and half-hipped at either end. Four plain wood casements. The front has a superimposed fa‡ade of exposed timber work and infilling of thin bands of flint and brick. Rustic timber porch. Open well at extreme right, now sealed, covered by open, tiled pentice. Originally thatched, tiled about 1920.
SU341565:Tree:The George Inn. Horse chestnut on the fore- court, although of no great size it is of perfect shape, believed to have been planted in 1936 to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V.
SU341565:Tree:Village Hall, forecourt. A locust tree (robina luxurians) planted in 1972 to inaugurate a planting scheme on the playing field. It replaces a former tree which commemorated a year of exceptional acedemic success at the village school.
SU341566:Drinking Fountain:Outside Pond Cottage, opposite the George Inn. Believed to have been imported from elsewhere, when village wells were sealed off after the arrival of the public water supply. A nice example of the Victorian foundry man's art. Water discharges from mouth of lion' s head. Fluted iron operating knob. It is still in working order. Pillar embossed 'Glenfield and Kennedy Ltd. Kilmarnock'.
SU341567:Cottage:Hatchway Cottage. 2 storeys. Flint and brick structure. Roof thatched on one side, the other side raised for passageway is slated. Restored.
SU341567:Trees:Hatchway Cottage, Bulpits Hill. Two yew adjacent to the north of the cottage.
SU341::All Saints.
SU341::Marwin Cottage.
SU341::The Anchorage.
SU341::The Rectory.
SU342096:Earthworks:Church Place Inclosure. Square formed by bank and outer ditch. Several mutilations. Almost certainly marks the site o fthe Royal Hunting Lodge at 'Houndesdown'. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW1. Ref: Ancient Earthworks of the New Forest, 1917, (Heywood-Sumner), p.65.
SU342110:Tree:Dene Way, Ashurst. A fine specimen oak.
SU342170:Moat and Fishponds:Moorcourt. A broad ditch shaped as a rectangle, one side being formed by an existing stream. The two fishponds on the western side are now dry depressions.
SU342200:Hand Axes:Many hand axes and other implements found in the Romsey Extra area mainly at Pauncefoot Hill and Luzborough Hill. The grid references given locate these two sites.
SU342209:Maglemosian Horn:The Romsey Horn (Deer Tine) found 1931 buried at the foot of Greenhill. 8 inches in length with chevron markings. One of only two examples of this type of Maglemosian art found in the country. Now in the British Museum. May be pre-Neolithic. O.S.A No. SU32 SW11. Ref: 1. The Mesolithic Settlement of Northern Europe (Clark), pp.100, 162, 175, 236, 249. Ref: 2. British Museum Quarterly 8, 1934, (Smith).
SU342376:Bowl Barrow:North of Church Road. Large chalk mound greatly mutilated by tree planting and rabbits. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW30. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p. 351.
SU342439:House:Brookside, Anna Valley. Brick built Regency style house. Completely restored in 1979. Originally built by the owners of the Waterloo Iron Works.
SU342454:Trees:Gallaghers Plantation, Weyhill Road. Mature copse.
SU342501:House:Little Goddard, Hatherden. An L-shaped farm-house, with three sash windows and trellis porch on facade towards the road. Flint built with red brick bands and dressings. Tiled roof.
SU342502:Farmhouse:Goddard's Farmhouse, Hatherden. 2 storeys, flint with brick dressings. Ridge tiled roof, half hipped at one end. Modern tiled porch with panelled double doors.
SU342564:Farmhouse:Poplars. 2 storeys, flint with brick dressings, colourwashed white. Ridge thatched roof brought down as pentice to right. Wood casement windows.
SU342564:Tree:Poplars Farm. A locust tree (robina pseudo-acacia) approximately 70 ft. tall.
SU342565:Cottage:Apple Tree Cottage. Timber-framed with flint and brick infilling. Single storey and gable attic window. Thatched roof.
SU342565:Cottage:Deers Leap. 2 storeys. Flint and brick structure. Thatched roof. Casement windows those on ground floor under arched brick lintels. Plaque, recently removed, recorded that premises were used as wayside hospital during the Civil War.
SU342565:Cottage:Lilac Cottage. 2 storeys. Whitewashed flint and brick structure. Thatched roof. Wood casements. Formerly two cottages.
SU342565:Garden Wall:Haydown. A flint and chalk/clay wall, topped with pitched tiles (formerly thatched), fronting the garden of the bungalow to Upton Road.
SU342::Elm Cottage.
SU342::Fir Tree Cottage.
SU342::Hunters Cottage.
SU342::Lady Mead.
SU342::Lynwood, Coopers Farm.
SU342::Orchard Cottage.
SU342::Snail Creep.
SU342::Thatch Cottage, Church Lane.
SU342::The Old Post Office.
SU342::The Old School, Church Lane.
SU343011:Bowl Barrow:On open forest. 20 m diameter and 1.5 m high. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p. 362.
SU343059:Bowl Barrows (3):Near Bishops Purlieu. A - 15.0m. diameter and 1.0m. high. No visible ditch. Large central mutilation. B - 16.0m. diameter and 1.1m. high. No visible ditch. C - 11.0m. diameter and 0.9m. high. No visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW19. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU343160:Trees:Little Thatches, Hill Street. Two oak trees. Centred on grid reference.
SU343258:Brickworks:Michelmersh Brickworks. Records show that a brickworks existed on the site in 1850. Hand-made bricks are still produced, although during the Second World War wirecut bricks were made at the request of the Government, these can be seen in the houses in Mannyng Way, Timbsbury. WIrecut production ceased in 1946. The clay, dug at the back fo the site is an outcrop of London clay, and Reading beds, sand is added to avoid warping. The four, round, down-draught kilns, (beehive shape) were erected in 1935 and 1946, prior to this Scotchtype updraught kilns were used. The heat created in the firing process produces the orange, red, crimson, brown, purple and blue bricks for which Michelmersh hand-made bricks are known.
SU343265:Cottage:Barn Cottage, Mesh Road. 2 storeys, brick built with old tile roof. Casement windows. Plain door.
SU343265:Cottage:Corner Barns, Mesh Road. 2 storeys, brick built with toothed eaves. Old tile roof. Modern extensions.
SU343266:Cottage:Orchard Cottage. 2 storeys, timber- frame with brick infilling. Thatched roof, half hipped to right and swept down over slight projection to left. Irregular casement windows. Ledged central door.
SU343352:Settlement (Site):Meon Hill. A Little Woodbury type enclosure with pits, named in a Saxon charter and discovered from the air in 1924. Evidence of occupation through Roman-British times. A late Saxon execution cemetery was discovered within the filling of the ditch of the main enclosure. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW24. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 12, 1933, (Liddell), pp.127-162.
SU343396:Trees:Rewbury Copse. An area of mixed woodland.
SU343440:Buildings:Waterloo Iron Works. Built by Taskers for the production of agricultural implements and later for the renowned traction engines. Originally water power was used to drive the machinery.
SU343465:Trackway:The Harroway. A prehistoric road, of importance as a trade route for many centuries, it may have been part of a great east-west road from Dover to Marazion in Cornwall. The grid reference given locates the approximate central point of the Andover section.
SU343473:Chapel (Remains):Foxcotte Church Tower. On the site of a pre 1196 chapel which was rebuilt circa 1830 and demolished in 1908 leaving only this tower. Pyramid tile roof. Squared and knapped flint walls with stone dressings. Forms a land mark seen from the south. Now incorporated into modern art centre. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW15. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.351-2. Ref: 2. The Story of St. Mary's Church at Andover, (Bennett). Ref: 3. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920-24.
SU343473:Farmhouse:Manor Farmhouse, formerly Foxcotte Farm. 2 storeys and basement. Hipped tile roof, brick dentil eaves. Red brick with rubbed flat arches stone sills. Sash windows. Doorcase has canopy on carved brackets, fanlight over flush panelled door. Steps flanked by wrought iron rails. Built on probable site of mediaeval manor house. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW15.
SU343527:Pond:Bottom Pond. Tree-lined and banked pond at bottom of dry valley.
SU343565:Trees:Belts of trees which originally divided the paddocks at the rear of houses at the east end of the village, includes some notable trees such as a crab apple and a quince.
SU343591:Trees:Heath Plantation. An area of mixed varieties at one of the highest points in the parish.
SU343::Beam End.
SU343::Freemantle.
SU343::The Boot.
SU343::Walnut Tree Cottage.
SU343::Wisteria.
SU343::Yew Tree Cottage.
SU344088:Bowl Barrow:Deer Leap Plantation. 16.0m. diameter and 0.9m. high. Ditched. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW12. Ref: P. H. F.C., Vol. 14, p. 360.
SU344110:Trees:St. Joseph's, Colbury, Eling. A variety of trees centred on grid reference.
SU344113:Trees:Wharton's Lane, Ashurst. Centred on grid reference.
SU344153:House:Little Testwood House. Colourwashed brick with slate and tile roofs. Brick chimney stacks. Main block has plain parapet and ball finials. 3 storeys. 7-window front. Central canted 3-storeyed bay. Sash windows. Single storey wing on right. Projecting keystones to windows. Original part of the house built circa 1482. Later additions in the C.18.
SU344201:House and Barns:Pauncefoot House. C.18 front to older house. 2 storeys. Colour-washed brick facade under a hipped old tile roof. C.18 windows with architrave frames to first floor. Central entrance door under Doric porch with pediment. L-shaped wing to right hand. Outbuildings comprise a large group of weatherboarded barns under slate roofs, including three on staddle stones. Pauncefoot was originally a separate manor dating from C.12-13, but now part of Broadlands estate.
SU344234:Trees:Stansbridge Earls. Many groups of trees including oak, ash, poplar and pine. Centred on grid reference.
SU344263:Cottage:The Old House, Hackupps Lane. 2 storeys, with thatched roof cut around upper windows, and swept over open porch. Brick exterior, although interior has some exposed beams. Casement windows surmounted by brick arches on ground floor level. Modern extensions. Said to have been the Dower House to the Manor of Michelmersh.
SU344263:House:The Elms, Hackupps Lane. 2 storeys, brick structure with part chalk. Gabled tiled roof. Ground floor has three wooden casement windows surmounted by brick arches, and boarded door under gabled porch. Upper floor has three smaller casement windows with blind window over the doorway.
SU344264:Cottage:Church Cottage. Dated 1719 in brickwork. 2 storeys, built in header brickwork with offset eaves. Hipped old tile roof. Casement windows and panelled central door. Some timber-framing in wing to rear.
SU344443:Wall:Hill Cottage. Flint wall with round top, 4ft. high.
SU344463:Barrows (6) and Ditch:West side of Upper Drove, Harroway. The site now developed, no trace remains. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW18. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, Excavations, 1974.
SU344463:Pagan Cemetery:Portway East lndustrical Estate. Excavated by Andover Archaeological Society, 1974-75.
SU344463:Sarsen Stone No. 3c:South of Harrow Way.
SU344499:Cottage:Hunter's Lodge, Hatherden. Restored thatched cottage, limewashed roughcast. Upper floor has been heightened and roof level raised. Modern extension at rear.
SU344500:Cottage:Arosa, Hatherden. 2 storeys, plastered walls, thatched roof. Restored, with modern additions.
SU344501:Inn:The Hamster, originally The Bell and Crown. Painted flint and brick with black tarred plinth. Thatched roof with eaves cut back over upper windows. Plain wood framed casement windows, central Victorian boarded porch. Extensive renovations.
SU344502:Cottage:Shepherd's Croft, Hatherden. Small 1 1/2-storey thatched cottage with colourwashed white brick and flint walls. End gable timber-framed. Small casement windows, thatch square-cut around upper windows.
SU344503:Church:Christchurch, Hatherden. Built in 1858, flint with brick bands. Wide and low interior, yellow brick with red bands. Church badly damaged in 1975 as a result of a lightning strike, but now completey restored. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.275
SU344503:School:Village School, Hatherden. 2 storeys, lime-washed brick, tiled roof, half-hipped at either end, brought down as pentice to rear. Two sets of plain wood casement windows, central double doors under C.19 tiled hood. Plaque over front door states that the school was endowed by James Sambourn who was born in Andover in 1725.
SU344504:Cottage:Hatherden Cottage. Originally two semi- detached cottages built at slightly different times with stable, with loft over, attached to older one. Thatched roof throughout. 1 1/2 storeys, brick and flint structure with cob for stable, all colourwashed white. Chimney with oversailing courses at either side of building. Wooden casement windows. Open porch with tiled roof.
SU344564:Building:Gillum's School, Vernham Dean. Opened lst January 1856, replacing a former Dame's School. Walls mainly of undressed flints with brick dressings, slate roof, typical of many of its period. It was built largely by the generosity of the then vicar the Rev. Gillum, later to become Dean Gillum. Originally the building had a bell tower. The head-teacher's house stands behind the main building.
SU344564:Historical Feature:Burydene. Field 269 running parallel to Upton Road. Area of undulating pasture and reported site of burial of soldiers killed during the Civil War or, more likely, of people who died in the plague some twenty years later.
SU344569:Hedges:Hatchbury Lane. Hawthorn and guelder rose grow on old flint and earth walls which originally separated Hatchbury lane from neighbouring fields.
SU344569:Tree:Junction of Green Lane, the old Hungerford Road. An old crab apple tree which has pro- vided the villagers with fruit for many years.
SU344::Houghton Lodge.
SU344::Tiebridge Farm.
SU345011:Bowl Barrows (2):On open forest. A - 25.0 m diameter and 1.1 m high. No visible ditch. B - 25.0 m diameter. 1 m in height. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW12. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p. 362.
SU345057:Barrows (2):Near Bishops Purlieu. A - 22.0m. diameter and 2.0m. high. Ditched. Large central mutilation. B - 19.0m. diameter and 1.2m. high. Flat-topped. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW20. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU345170:Farmhouse and Barn:Moorcourt Farmhouse. Re-fronted C.17 with brick, the earlier core probably dates from C.14. The main elevation, refaced with chequer brick, has six bays. The old tile roof has a diamond shafted chimney. There are C.19 sash windows, although one mullioned and transomed casement remains. C.19 central entrance door in wood porch of octagonal columns and concave curved lead roof. 14-bay barn, dated 1707, is built of brick with Queen Post roof trusses, now covered with corrugated iron.
SU345170:Farmhouse:Moorcourt Farmhouse. The former Manors of More Abbess and More Malwyn dating from C.12-C.13 and belonging to Romsey Abbey, were combined at The Dissolution of the Monasteries and granted to a Richard Dowce who rebuilt the house circa 1542. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.455.
SU345245:Church:St. Andrew, Timsbury. Stone and flint structure, tiled roof with wooden bell-turret. Restored in C.15. Some C.15 stained glass. C.15/16 benches and C.17 pulpit.
SU345262:Occupation Site:Ridge Mount, Hoccups Lane. Fragments of flint, potsherds etc. found in area of disused sand and gravel pits. O.S.A. No. SU32 NW7.
SU345265:House:Michelmersh House. 2 storeys, brick built with stuccoed north front. Hipped slate roof. Three upper windows. Ground floor has two rectangular bays and central door in Doric porch. Walled garden, inner walls brick, outer walls cob with tile coping.
SU345266:Farm Buildings:Old Michelmersh Farm. The farmyard is enclosed by a range of buildings including the 5-bay granary described in the previous entry. The remainder include: an 8-bay timber-framed barn, weather boarded with a gabled slate roof with hip-ends and two gabled cart entrances; a brick barn with a slate roof; brick built stables with slate roof; and a timber-framed granary on staddle stones in rear yard. There is also a well, 250 ft. deep and 4 ft. in diameter.
SU345266:Granary:Old Michelmersh Farm. West of Manor Farmhouse. The largest of its type recorded in Hampshire, 5-bay aisled structure supported on 55 staddle stones. Half hipped, tiled roof. Timber framed and weather boarded. Tier of four boarded doors in west gable and remains of three similar 3-tier arrangement in east gable wall. Roof with braced, Queen-strut tie-beam trusses. An early and rare type of granary, earliest carved date on posts is 1723.
SU345347:Celtic Fields:North Houghton. Almost destroyed, visible only on air photographs. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW1.
SU345393:Enclosure:South-west of Rowbury Farm. A series of squares revealed on air photographs. Large quantities of Romano-British sherds, pot boilers and tiles have been found. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW13. Ref: Wessex from the Air, (Crawford and Keiller), p.248.
SU345436:Hill Fort:Bury Hill. Encloses about 22 acres, the earliest phase represented by the slight univallate rampart and ditch north and west of the stronger bivallate later earthworks, part of which overlies the earlier work. Re-occupation continued well into the Roman period. Used as a camp by King Canute in 1016, when he fought Edmund Ironside in the Battle of Andover. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW6. Ref: 1. Archaeology of Wessex, (Grinsell), pp.176, 320. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, pp.291-337. Ref: 3. P.H.F.C., Vol. 15, pp.43-52.
SU345441:House:Clatford Lodge, Anna Valley. Stuccoed walls. Elaborate iron trellis and canopied verandah on principal facade. Originally called Trafalgar House and built for the owners of the Waterloo Iron Works nearby. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p.631.
SU345463:Finds:Portway East. Segments of three Peterborough bowls, polished flint axe and flint tools found by the Andover Archaeological Society, 1974/6.
SU345473:Deserted Mediaeval Village (Site):Foxcotte. The manor recorded in 1086. 1614 map records arrangements of strip fields, and a small village is shown. A map of 1759 records only the church and a large house. The chapel was rebuilt in 1830 but only the tower remains. Traces of crofts and other enclosures remain in fields south of the farmhouse. Three small areas selected for excavation by Test Valley Archaeological Committee prior to building development, 1979-81. O.S.A. No. SU34 NW15. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.351-2, 355-6. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920-24.
SU345473:Find:Foxcotte, Charlton. Lower half of upright urn with human cremation beneath. Recorded by Andover Archaeological Society, 1981.
SU345501:Farmhouse:Hatherden Farm. Fine early C.19 house, brick built, four bays, slate roof. Attractive porch with Ionic columns, added mid C.19.
SU345548:Ecological Feature:Rushmore and Conholt Downs. This area has been designated a site of special scientific interest, because of its varied complex of scrub, which includes juniper estimated to be 100 years old, also elder, bramble, dogwood and yew. The grid reference given locates an approximate central point.
SU345564:Tree:South-west corner of the playing field. A pink horse chestnut planted to commemorate the 80th birthday of the Queen Mother in 1980.
SU346004:Bowl Barrow (Site):On open forest. No visible signs remain. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW14. Ref: Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society; Vol. 9, p.p. 1-27.
SU346007:Bowl Barrow (Site):On open forest. No visible signs remain. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW13. Ref: Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society. Vol. 9, (Piggot) p.p. 5-6.
SU346244:House:Timsbury Manor. 3 storeys, red brick with tiled roof. Ornate round chimney stacks in groups of four. Sash and dormer windows. Stands in attractive grounds.
SU346266:Church:St. Mary. Stone and flint structure. Plain C.12 south door and C.12 north and south chapels. South facade dates from 1847. Weatherboarded west tower, with pyramid roof. lnside, C.13 stone font, C.14 effigy of a knight. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W, (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.335.
SU346266:House:Michelmersh Court. C.18 refronting of an older house. 2 storeys and attic. Steep pitched roof part old tile part slate. Brick with modillioned wood cornice and panelled parapet to entrance front. First floor has two windows to left and tall arched window to right. Ground floor has C.18 rectangular bay with hipped lead roof. Entrance in lattice porch. Formerly the Rectory.
SU346297:Trees:Belt of trees lining the A3057 near Horsebridge.
SU346304:House:Horsebridge House. 2 storeys, colourwashed brick, tiled roof. Chimney stacks each end of building.
SU346305:Mill:Horsebridge Mill. Mill and mill house in continuous range. Mill 3 storeys and five bays. Red brick structure with pantile roof. Fourth bay has loading doors at each storey, with projecting gantry above. The wheel has been removed but the turbine survives beneath the floor. Power was supplied from an embanked stream, the races and sluices remain. Mill house now a private residence. Ref: Water and Windmills in Hampshire and I.O.W., 1978, (S.U.I.A.G.), p.3.
SU346439:Lodge:East of Waterloo Iron Works. Classical structure of unusual design. Stuccoed walls. Centre attic storey over arched carriageway, flanked by single storey pavillions with small 'Gothic' casements set in rusticated flint surround.
SU346442:House:St. Vincents, Salisbury Road. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Low pitched slate roof. Sash windows. Cast iron trellis verandah. Interior contains staircase with elaborate iron balustrade.
SU346462:Settlement Site:Blendon Drive. Many potsherds found, and excavations by the Andover Archaeological Society revealed footings and a beaten chalk floor. Site destroyed by development in 1961. O.S.A. No. 34 NW19. Ref: 1. Andover Archaeological Society, 1964. Ref: 2. H.F.C. Newsletter No. 1, 1965, pp.4, 46.
SU346558:Farmhouse:Ankers Farm House. Dated 1719. 2 storeys. Exposed timber-framing on upper floor with corner bracing. Limewashed flint rubble below possibly conceals original overhang. Ridge thatched roof with attic dormer. Flint and brick extension to right, roof hipped at one end, half-hipped at the other.
SU346::North Houghton Manor.
SU347051:Barrow:North east of Woodfidley Passage. Probable Bowl Barrow 18m. diameter by 1 m. high. Unable to locate on ground. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW21.
SU347112:Manor House (Site):Langley Manor House. Mentioned in Domesday. No visible signs remain. O.S.A. No. SU31 SW4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Shore Memorial Vol. 4, p.334.
SU347208:Building:No. 3. 2-storey red brick building with hipped slate roof, formerly the stable of No. 5. Casement windows, gabled porch.
SU347208:House:No. 5. Formerly The Spotted Dog Inn. Brick building of 2 storeys and attic, with half hipped old tile roof. Panelled door in architrave frame, with flat hood, at head of flight of steps with plain iron hand rail.
SU347208:Mill and Mill House:Saddlers Mill. 2-storey brick building with house and mill under the same old tile half hipped roof, which is brought down to ground floor ceiling level at rear. The house has one hipped dormer in the roof and casement windows on first and ground floors, central doorway with brick porch. The mill has two hipped dormers with leaded lights set higher in roof than house dormer, leaded-light casement windows on first floor and two hoist doors. Ground floor has plain door and cart door. The right hand hoist and cart door under a tiled canopy which originally protected wagons when loading and unloading. A salmon leap has been built beside the mill. Ref: Water and Wind Mills in Hampshire and the I.O.W., (S.U.I.A.G.), p.41.
SU347209:Cottages (3):Nos. 4-8. Terrace of three 2-storey brick built cottages with slate roof. Two windows to each house, mainly sash, aluminium casements to No. 8. Doors with panelled architrave surrounds, and flat hoods.
SU347214:Mill and Millhouse:Mead Mill. Mill house is 2 storeys, red brick with tile roof; casement windows. Adjoining mill has red brick ground floor with tarred weatherboard above, hipped roof of corrugated iron, casement windows. A number of millstones preserved outside in Garden Centre.
SU347255:Cottage:Elizabethan Cottage, Chapel Lane, Timsbury. 2 storeys, timber-framed with brick infill. Hipped roof with the original thatch replaced by Canadian shingles. Dormer windows in roof. Windows have iron glazing bars. Three plank doors within wooden porches. The cottage was originally three cottages. Date, 1502, over fireplace.
SU347255:Cottage:Walden, Chapel Lane, Timsbury. 2 storeys, rendered brick walls. Gabled roof, now tiled, previously thatched. Casement windows under brick arches. Plank doors within wooden porches. Later extension.
SU347255:Cottage:Warblers Cottage, Chapel Lane, Timsbury. 2 storeys, timber framed with rendered brick infill. Half-hipped thatched roof with scalloped ridge, swept over dormer windows. Lattice windows. Planked door with peaked hood. Chimney projects from end wall with side openings in stack. Single storey additions of later date.
SU347307:Lock:Part of the Andover to Redbridge Canal opened in 1794. Some of the canal buildings remain behind the Railway Hotel at Horsebridge.
SU347322:Trees:Fine group standing close to the River Test, west-south-west of Hooper's Farm.
SU347340:Trees:Group of trees adjacent to The Dairy House, along the eastern side of the Houghton/Stockbridge Road.
SU347461:Trees:Nos. 67, 69 and 73, The Drove, The Sports Ground and The Summerhouse. Various species throughout the whole area.
SU347::The Dairy House.
SU348051:Earthworks (Mediaeval Enclosure):Bishops Dyke. Track of land mostly bog, enclosed on either side by a 1.0m. bank. O.S.A. No. SU30 NW22 Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p. 293.
SU348108:Church:Christ Church, Colbury. 1870 by Ferrey. Tapering gable bellcote with open traceried timbering and spirelet with four shingled pinnacles. Geometrical windows. Chancel with tiling and colourful east window. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.180, 181.
SU348131:Trees:Groups and individual trees at Testbourne House Estate, Totton. Centred on grid reference.
SU348206:House:No. 7. 2 storeys, the same height and under the same old tile roof as Nos. 3 and 5. Casement windows, lower ones with segmental heads. Central door also in segmental heading, door has narrow vertical panelling.
SU348206:House:Veterinary Surgery. 2 storeys and attic, colour- washed brick, old tile roof with two flat roofed dormers. Two sash windows on first floor. Ground floor has canted bays, flanking central door in architrave frame with flat hood on cast iron brackets.
SU348206:Houses (2):Nos. 3 and 5. These houses adjoin No. 1, but are on a much lower level. Colour-washed brick, old tile roof, two casement windows to each house. Ground floor windows and doors in segmental headings.
SU348211:House:No. 39, Rivermead. 2 storeys, colour-washed stucco, hipped slate roof. Central part of east and west fronts has slight projection. East front has five sash windows on first floor and four on ground floor with central double doors in arched recesses. West front is similar but with French casement windows opening onto balcony on first floor. On the north side flight of steps with balustrade leads up to doorway. The house was built on the site of an earlier house which was burnt down in 1770.
SU348215:Mill:Test Mill. A 3-storeyed brick structure with flat roof and outside hoist. The waterwheel is still under the mill and the turbine has been concreted in place. The watercourse is unchanged. Plaque is inscribed 'James Skeats 1706, William Harris 1897'. No longer in use as a mill. Ref: Water and Wind Mills in Hampshire and I.O.W. (S.U.I.A.G.) p.45.
SU348322:Implement:Mace-head or hammer found near Yew Hill, and close to the River Test. Well formed of a polished grey-green, rather coarse grained stone. O.S.A. No. SU33 SW8.
SU348540:Enclosure:North-west of Pill Drove Copse. Remains of a rampart and ditch enclosure occupying a summit ridge. Earthwork is visible as texture markings on aerial photographs. O.S.A. No.SU35 SW6. Ref: 1. Crawford Collection A.P. 5109/5/32, 5110/5/33. Ref: 2. A.P., R.A.F., 106G/UK/915/3116-7.
SU348575:Farmhouse:Fowlers Farm. 2 storeys, Limewashed brick structure. Hipped tiled roof with corbelled brick eaves. Sash windows. Centre panelled door with flat projecting hood.
SU348580:Farmhouse:Dykes Farm House. L-shape. Flint and brick structure. Thatched roof. Wood casements. Beams from St. Mary Bourne Church used here in the 1920s.
SU348581:Farmhouse:Littledown House Farm. L-shaped flint and brick structure. Slate roof, buttressed on one side, hipped on other side. Probably Georgian.
SU349020:Bowl Barrows (2):On open forest. A - 8.5 m diameter. 0.8 m high. Slight trace of ditch on north side. Overgrown. B - Low, spread bowl barrow. 10.0 m diameter. 0.3 m high. No visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.362.
SU349149:Trees:Trees adjacent to Calmore Canal, Totton. Centred on grid reference.
SU349206:Bridge:Middlebridge. Originally built in 1788, designed by Robert Myine, rebuilt and widened in 1931, under the direction of the County Surveyor, exactly to Mylne's design. The bridge consists of a graceful single segmental arch, with slightly projecting abutments on each bank. Plain solid parapet and coping each side of the bridge, the parpet curves outwards at each end. In keeping with the architecture of Broadlands, which can be viewed from the bridge.
SU349206:House:No. 1. 2 storeys, colour-washed brick with old tile roof. Elevation to river has 2-storey angular bay window and casement windows on each floor. The road elevation has casement windows on ground floor, and doorcase of fluted pilasters and pediment. Formerly The Bridge Tavern.
SU349206:Lodge and Gates:No. 82, North West Lodge to Broadlands. Single storey and attic, built in yellow stock brick with slate saddleback roof. The main 3-bay front faces the river. One sash window to attic with gable above. On ground floor, sash window to either side of large central porch with Greek Doric columns flanked by square pillars. Gate piers of yellow stock brick, with tall pair of fine wrought iron gates, smaller gates of identical design at either side.
SU349207:House and Barn:No. 179, originally one house with No. 177. 2 storeys and attic, old tile gabled roof with two hipped dormers. Red brick front with two casement windows on each floor. Central doorway with flat hood on brackets. Single storey addition with very steeply pitched roof connects the house to the C.17 timber-framed barn to the north.
SU349207:House:No. 177, Willows. 2 storeys and attic, slate gabled roof, colour-washed brick. Square sash windows in attic with tiled gable over, three sash windows on first floor, two on ground floor. Central porch with tiled gabled roof on posts.
SU349208:Trees:Nos. 157 and 159 Middlebridge Street. Two sycamore standing within the rear boundaries of the properties.
SU349214:Cottage:No. 47, The Haven. L-shaped and timber-framed, refaced with red brick, tile roof, casement windows.
SU349215:House:Test House. 2 storeys, stuccoed with hipped slate roof. Porch with Ionic columns.
SU349291:Deserted Village Site:Compton. Ancient mediaeval site. Ref: 1. V.C. H., Vol. 1, p. 499. Ref: 2. V.C. H., Vol. 4, p.p. 470, 475-6.
SU349314:Park Pale (Remains):John of Gaunt's Deer Park. Encloses a large area roughly equally divided between a chalk hill on the east, and the flood-plain of the River Test on the west. Where best preserved the pale consists of a gravel bank with outer ditch. Boundary mounds are planted with yew trees. O.S.A .No. SU33 SE10. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.469-70. Ref: 2. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), pp.224-6.
SU349390:Barrows (2):North of Charity Down Farm. Bowl barrow and Neolithic long barrow on track by parish boundary. O.S.A. No. SU33 NW14. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.351.
SU349468:Find:Foxcotte Close, Charlton. Macehead found and recorded by Andover Archaeological Society, 1972.
SU349506:House:Benchmark, Little Hatherden. Originally two cottages and outhouse, part 2 storeys, part 1 1/2 and part single storey. Now all incorporated under one continuous thatch. Brick and flint structure. Some hooded dormers, other windows wooden framed casements.
SU349517:Barrow (Site):East of Dine's Copse. lnurned cremations and Romano-British pottery found. Barrow now completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU35 SW3. Ref: 1. Flint Implements found at St. Mary Bourne, 1876, (Stevens), p.50. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14 and 21, (Grinsell). Ref: 3. The Andover District, (Crawford), pp.59-60.
SU349569:Church:St. Mary. Mostly rebuilt in 1851. Some mediaeval masonry in north wall of the nave, west doorway genuine, circa 1220. O.S.A. No. SU35 NW11. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.331. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.633.
SU349570:Cottage:Bernevall Cottage. Flint with red brick dressing. Thatched roof. Two'eyebrow' windows and one dormer window. Flint and rubble outhouse (now a garage) with thatched roof.
SU349570:Cottage:Macey's Cottage, Vernham Street. A quaint rendered flint structure of historic interest. Believed to have been built in 1850. When the church was burned down services were held here until the church was rebuilt. It then became the verger's cottage. Gothic arched windows add an ecclesiastical air to the property.
SU349573:Cottage:Fair View, Vernham Street. L-shape with later brick addition. Single storey and half dormers. Exposed timber-work in gable towards road. Front facade of flint rubble.
SU349575:Cottage:Heartsease Cottage, Vernham Street. Single storey with two half dormers. Flint rubble with brick dressing. Timber-framing exposed in end gables. Thatched roof.
SU349576:Cottage:Rosedale Cottage. Situated at right angles to road. Flint and brick banded. Red tiled roof.
SU349576:Farmhouse:Drove Farm House. Situated at right angles to road. Flint and brick banded. Grey slate roof. Porch added at a later date.
SU349577:Farmhouse and Barn:Flowers Farm House. Flint and rubble with brick dressings. Front facade refaced with brick and rendered. Timber-framing visible at the rear. Thatched roof square-clipped around windows. Weatherboarded and timber-framed barn with thatched roof the oldest in the parish.
SU349579:Cottages (2):Yew Tree Cottages, Little Down. Plastered walls with thatched roof brought down as pentice at the back. One end modern brickwork, Small wood casements.
SU349580:Cottage:Little Down Cottage. Originally two cottages. 2 storeys, flint and brick in bands with brick dressings. Tiled roof. Square paned wood casements. One brick porch, one open-sided porch.
SU350006:Bowl Barrow:Hatchet Moor. On open forest. 30.5 m diameter and 1.6 m high. Unsurveyable ditch. O.S.A. No. SU30 SW8. Ref: Proceedings of the Prehistorical Society, Vol. 9, 1943, (Piggott), pp.1-27.
SU350110:Urn and Coins:Urn and four coins of Posthumus and Gallienus. Found in 1814 at Houndsdown Hill. Now in Gods House Museum, Southampton. Area centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU31 SE8. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.345.
SU350114:Former School and Schoolhouse:Pound Lane and A.35 junction. Original building a single-storey school with 2-storey school house forming cross wing. School of knapped flint with stone quoins and window dressings. Flat arched windows. Steeply pitched tiled roof with half-hipped gable end. Wooden porch with tiled gabled roof. School house with ground floor of knapped flint and stone dressings. First floor timber-framed and plastered, jettied out on scalloped brackets. Tiled roof. Rear tile hung.
SU350207:House:No. 60, Clarendon House. 2 storeys, brick, mainly all headers, slate gabled roof. First floor has sash windows flanking central segmental bow window. Ground floor has a sash window either side of central panelled door set in doorcase of panelled Doric pilasters with moulded cornice fitting under bow window. Early C.19 iron rails to front garden.
SU350207:Houses (2):Nos. 115 and 117. 2 storeys, pebble-dashed walls, old tile roof half hipped at each end. Three casement windows on each floor, and doors with small flat hoods.
SU350207:Houses (2):Nos. 151-153. 2 storeys and attic, pebble-dashed walls, old tile roof, with two hipped dormers. Casement windows on first floor, sash windows and plain doors on ground floor, passage to right.
SU350207:Houses (3):Nos. 131-135. 2 storeys, pebble-dashed fronts. No. 131 has modern tile roof to front and old tiles behind; other houses thatched. Irregular casement windows and plain boarded doors, modern door to No. 133. Projecting porch with tiled roof to No. 135.
SU350207:Houses and Inn:Nos. 54 and 56, and The Three Tuns. Originally one house, 2 storeys painted brick with old tile roof. Central, half octagonal, 2-storey weather- boarded bay with hipped slate roof and three sash windows on each floor. To south west of bay one window on each floor and panelled door in architrave frame with open pediment. To north east of bay, now Nos. 54 and 56, first floor has sash windows, ground floor has two windows with shutters flanking central doors. Roof slopes down to ground floor ceiling level at rear.
SU350211:Building:La Sagesse Convent. Originally Abbey Farm. 2 storeys and attic, brick built using all headers, tile roof. Wider sash windows flank central narrow window on first floor. Two windows with rubbed brick arches and central doorcase of fluted Doric pilasters on ground floor. Building was entirely rebuilt prior to 1947.
SU350211:House:No. 14, The Grange, formerly Nos. 12 and 14. 2 storeys built in Greek revival style. Stucco with incised joints, hipped slate roof. Five sash windows on first floor, four on ground floor with central Greek Doric porch. Cast iron gates to garden at east and west ends, gate rails have spear-headed finials. Square cast iron gate piers with urn finials.
SU350211:Houses (2):Nos. 25 and 27. 2 storeys and attic, colour-washed west front, stuccoed south front, slate roof. South front (No. 25) has Gothic glazing to sash window on first floor and to angular bay window on ground floor. West front has attic windows with balcony, sash windows to first floor and casement to ground floor all with Gothic glazing. A conservatory extends across the width of the house to trellis porch. No. 27 is similar with 2-storey addition to north. Gothic glazing to two windows on first floor and to round-headed casement on ground floor. Trellis veranda extends from porch of No. 25 across the whole front.
SU350212:Houses (2):Nos. 17 and 19. 2-storey houses projecting forward from Nos. 11 -15, with slate roof. Each house has two sash windows on each floor, those towards the centre being wider. Doors in panelled reveals with trellis porches, and flat moulded hoods. Cast-iron gates and railings with spear headed terminals enclose the front gardens.
SU350212:Houses (2):Nos. 21 and 23. Projecting forward from Nos. 17-1 9, with lower frontage, 2-storeys and attic, stuccoed, with slate roof. Sash windows have Gothic glazing, doors similar to Nos. 17- 19, with trellis porches and flat hoods. No. 23 has sundial below dormer window and date panel, 1820.
SU350212:Houses (3):Nos. 11-15. Nos. 13 and 15 are the original C.12 refectory to Romsey Abbey, having coupled rafter roof with notched lap and secret joints and traces of mediaeval building in the cellar of No. 13. C.19 stucco fa‡ade, 2 storeys and attic with slate roof. Dormer casements in roof other windows, sash. No. 11 has projecting 3-storey wing. The gardens are enclosed with stucco walls and gate piers and iron railings and gates.
SU350214:House:The Thatched Cottage. Timber-framed cottage, could be earlier than date given. 2 storeys with colour-washed brick infiiiing. The thatched roof is higher in eastern part, and cut around upper casement windows. Ground floor has casement windows.
SU350214:Houses (4):Nos. 22-28. 2 storey terrace adjoining No. 6-20. Cement rendered facade, slate roof. Each house has one window above and one below. Panelled doors set in reveals with flat headed doorways. Some modern doors and windows.
SU350214:Houses (8):Nos. 6-20. Terrace of 2-storey houses, built in alternate bands of red and vitreous brick. All have two windows above and one window and door below, No. 14 has extra door to left. Windows and doors in segmental arches, most doors modern. No. 18 has roughcast finish.
SU350214:Houses:Nos. 30-42. Row of 3-storey houses, pebble- dashed, No. 42 has some vitreous brick headers. Square windows on second floor; first and ground floors have either sash or casement windows in brick reveals with brick arches. Doorways are grouped in pairs except No. 42 which had side entrance.
SU350227:Mill and Millhouse.:Greatbridge Mill, River Test. L-shaped. Brick built, part two storey and part three storey, under a corrugated iron roof. There is a wooden luccam. Power was supplied to the corn mill by an embanked stream. The long arm of the mill straddles two mill races. Inside the mill are the remains of an iron waterwheel. The Millhouse is separate and now a private residence. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE39. Ref: Water and Windmills in Hampshire and I.O.W., 1978, (S.U.I.A.G.), p.26.
SU350301:Old Travelway:Course of the Roman road from Winchester to Salisbury. Partly covered by line of modern road. Elsewhere no trace now visible.
SU350351:House:Sarum, Salisbury Hill. 2 storeys, slate-hung walls probably on brick. Old tiled roof. Small-framed sash windows. Raised terrace approach with attractive C.18 rails and small iron gate.
SU350404:Enclosure (Site):South of Flint Farm. Alleged settlement site covering area of at least 6 acres surrounded by line of very narrow ditch. Site under plough. O.S.A. No. SU34 SW11.
SU350440:Cottage:April Cottage. Single storey. Timber-framed with thatched roof. Wooden casements. Boarded porch.
SU350469:Trees:Homewood, No. 99, Charlton. Various species in the garden of the property.
SU350470:House:No. 66, Walnut Tree Cottage. Symmetrical front of 2 storeys. Hipped thatched roof. Stucco walls. Window sashes in reveals. Lattice porch with thatched roof.
SU350471:House:No. 88, Sundial Cottage. 2 storeys, half-hipped thatched roof, the upper gables have exposed timber-framing but the walling is mainly of painted brickwork. Cambered ground floor openings. Modern casements. Plain door with modern thatched hood on posts.
SU350473:House:No. 70. Single storey and attic. Hipped thatched roof with eyebrows to dormers, with sills at eaves level. North gable has exposed timber framing, but the front wall is flint with brick dressings, all painted. Modern casements and plain door.
SU350481:Trees:Charlton Nursery. Dense woodland copse.
SU350569:Drinking Fountain:St. Mary's Churchyard. Located just within the gate. Fluted iron operating knob, water discharges from mouth of lion's head. Pillar embossed 'Gienfield and Kennedy Ltd., Kilmarnock'.
SU350578:Farmhouse:Hall Farm Cottage. Little Down. 2 storeys. Flint rubble with brick dressings. Thatched roof brought down as pentice to rear. Main door boarded two section stable-type, with thatched hood.
SU350590:Pond:Rockmoor, also known as Throc Mere. Covers an area of approximately 300 sq. yds., circular, set in a small copse.
SU350590:Pond:Rockmoor. Situated at the intersection of the counties of Hampshire, Berkshire and Wiltshire. Before the days of public water supply in times of drought when village wells ran dry, villagers watered their stock, and collected their own water supply from this pond.
SU351208:House:No. 42. Two.parallel ranges of 2 storeys, built of red brick with stucco arches and keystones to windows, slate roof. On first floor two modern sash windows flank a narrow central bay which formerly had a balcony but the base only now remains. Modern sash windows on ground floor with central door in doorcase of fluted pilasters.
SU351208:Houses (2):Nos. 57 and 59. 2 storeys and attic, tiled gabled roof, flat roofed dormers. Red brick front with sash windows and modern doors.
SU351208:Houses (2):Nos. 87 and 89. 2 storeys and attic, old tile gabled roof with three hipped dormers. Colour- washed brick, four sash windows on first floor. Flat moulded hood with sloping slate roof over ground floor. Double sash windows on ground floor, modern door to No. 87, panelled door with fanlight to No. 89, plain wooden door to left.
SU351208:Houses (2):Nos. 91 and 93, Bath House. Slate gabled roof with overhanging eaves. The building is faced with Bath stone, now painted, and profusely ornamented; rusticated stone quoins. Two window bays to each house. No. 91 is 3 storeys with sash window and small trefoil headed window on second floor; oriel window flanked by pilasters with foliated capitals on first floor, ground floor has sash window with carved panel over and doorway flanked by pilasters with foliated swags. No. 93 has double sash windows on both floors and doorway flanked by rusticated stone quoins to right and flat pilaster with capital to left.
SU351208:Houses (4):Nos. 61-67. 2 storeys, slightly lower than Nos. 57 and 59. Colour-washed brick front and slate gabled roof. Four sash windows to upper floor, lower windows in segmental arches. Two sets of common doors also in segmental arches.
SU351209:Building:No. 23. Once a school. 2 storeys, knapped flint with brick quoins and dressings. Two gables facing street, slate roof. Two casement windows to each floor, those on ground floor are wider with hood mould over.
SU351209:Building:No. 29. 2 storeys. Brick with stucco ground floor, rusticated stucco quoins above ground floor. Hipped slate roof. Sash windows to first floor, central shop window flanked by doors, on ground floor.
SU351209:House (2):Nos. 53 and 55. 2 storeys, but much higher frontage than Nos. 45-49, red brick front with parapet, red tile roof, with two flat roofed dormers. Sash windows to upper floor, modern casements to ground floor.
SU351209:House:No. 24. 2 storeys, brick with hipped slate roof. Each floor has sash windows with rubbed brick arches. Central recessed panelled door in doorcase of fluted pilasters with Greek Doric caps and Roman Doric bases.
SU351209:Houses (2):Nos. 19 and 21. 2 storeys, timber-framed, old tile roof. Oversailing first floor. Casement windows to first floor. Ground floor has two small angular bay windows, glazed door and side door to No. 19, and one sash window with shutters and plain wooden door to No. 21.
SU351209:Houses (3):Nos. 45-49. 2 storeys, old tile roof, red brick front. Four sash windows to upper floor, three windows to ground floor in slightly segmental arches, flush doors also in segmental arches, modern door to left.
SU351211:Building:No. 1. A 3-storey brick building (all headers) with slate roof. The central bay set forward surmounted by a pediment. Upper floors have three windows, the first floor central window has semi-circular head. Ground floor has Venetian windows flanking central panelled door set in arched doorcase of fluted Doric pilasters and pediment.
SU351211:Building:No. 2. 3 storeys, painted yellow stock brick, old tile roof. Square sash windows on second floor, sash windows on first floor with segment- al heads. Modern shop window on ground floor. Could be older than date shown.
SU351211:Building:No. 3. 3 storeys, red brick with slate roof. Sash window on second floor, French casement on first floor. Ground floor has original shop front. Building may be older than date shown.
SU351211:Building:No. 4. 3 storeys, colour-washed brick, with modern hipped tile roof, two sash windows to upper floors, C.19 shop front on ground floor.
SU351211:Building:No. 5. 3 storeys, brick, with hipped modern tile roof. Two sash windows to upper floors. Sash windows on ground floor replace C.19 shop window, central doorcase with Doric pilasters.
SU351211:Building:No. 7. 3 storeys, brick with modern tiled roof. Four segmental headed sash windows to upper floors, wrought iron balconettes to first floor windows. C.19 shop front on ground floor, with central window flanked by shop door and house door. Gothic glazing to shop window and to fanlights of both doors.
SU351211:Building:No. 7. A former stable-block which has been converted into a dwelling. 2 storeys, brick built, incorporating grey headers, modern tiled roof. Three large windows and small casement to ground floor, further small casement above. Later single storey extension to north.
SU351211:Church:United Reform Church. Flint with stone dressings, Perpendicular style. Central aisle with 3-light Perpendicular windows in clerestorey. Lean-to side aisles with crenellated parapets. Main doorway at north end of east aisle, 4-centred doro in deep moulded reveals. At north-east corner a tall gatehouse straddles the road, built of dressed flint with stone dressings. It has a tall 4-centred arch spanning the road and is surmounted to the south by an elaborate ogee-shaped stone turret.
SU351211:Houses:Nos. 18 and 20. 2-storeys, built of brick with old tile roof. Four sash windows on first floor and three on ground floor. Pair of panelled doors in architrave surround with flat moulded hood on trellis support.
SU351211:Houses:Nos. 22 and 24. Originally one house, divided in the 1930's. 2 storeys, higher elevation than Nos. 18 and 20, colour-washed brick, old tile roof; sash windows in architrave frames. No. 22 has three windows on first floor and two windows on ground floor flanking central door in doorcase with Doric pilasters and pediment. No. 24 has one window on each floor and door to left in similar doorcase to No. 22.
SU351211:Houses:Nos. 8 and 10. 2-storey brick built houses with slate roof. Sash windows in shallow reveals. Panelled doors with rectangular fanlights set in doorcase of reeded pilasters with flat moulded hood.
SU351211:Statue:Bronze statue of 3rd Viscount Palmerston by Matthew Noble, 1868, the figure is in standing position.
SU351212:Abbey:St. Mary and Ethelflaeda. A noted centre of learning in the Norman and Early English periods. Children of Kings and Noblemen were educated by the Nuns. Romsey's monastic community was dissolved in 1539 but the Abbey was bought by the townspeople in 1544 for ś100 and has been used as Romsey's Parish Church ever since. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE5. Ref: 1. Record of Romsey Abbey, (Liveling). Ref: 2. Guide Book to Romsey Abbey. Ref: 3. The Test Valley Official Guide.
SU351212:Abbey:St. Mary and St. Ethelflaeda. The original wooden church was bu ilt in 907, rebuilding started in 1120 and continued for over a hundred years. The Abbey contains some fine Norman architecture, notably the south side of the choir. The oldest item in the Abbey is a Saxon crucifix which dates from the year 1000. Outside the west wall of the south transept is an C.11 rood or crucifix. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.477. Ref: 2. Test Valley Official Guide pp.30 and 60. Ref: 3. Romsey Abbey Guide.
SU351212:Building:No. 10. 3-storey brick building, with parapet. Segmental headed vitreous brick panels above windows. Four windows to upper floors, three to ground floor all with segmental heads. Modern double doors in stone Doric doorcase. Iron railings to front of building.
SU351212:Building:No. 11. 3 storeys and attic. Painted brick with attic parapet with moulded capping. Two sash windows to upper floors. C.20 plate-glass shop front.
SU351212:Building:No. 2. 3 storeys, painted stucco with slate roof. Two sash windows on second floor, three windows on first floor. Ground floor has shop fronts and central doorway flanked by pilasters.
SU351212:Building:No. 4. Colour-washed brick, with slate roof, 3 storeys, sash windows, C.20 shop front and central doorway.
SU351212:Building:No. 6. 3 storeys, painted stucco with flint panels. Sash windows on second floor, three narrow pointed windows under pointed drip moulds on first floor. Ground floor has modern bow shop window and doorway to south. Door with pointed head to north flanked by pilasters with flat hood over.
SU351212:Building:No. 8. 2 storeys and attic, roughcast, modern tile roof with central dormer. First floor has double central sash window, C.19 shop front on ground floor. Central door and narrow door to left.
SU351212:Building:Nos. 8 and 9. Originally one house, 3 storeys, four narrow windows to upper floors. No. 8 has house door in round arched reveal to the left, and central glazed shop door and window. No. 9 has modern shop front in C.19 Doric surround.
SU351213:Building:No. 26. 3 storeys, red brick. First floor has sash windows, shop front on ground floor with house door to north and plain wooden door to south.
SU351213:Building:No. 32. 2 storeys, red brick, with slate roof. Casement windows, four to upper floor and two tall windows to ground floor, flanking doorway. Large carriage entrance to south.
SU351213:Building:No. 34. 2-storey building of two wings, one north- south with east-west wing behind. Built of red brick with tile roofs. The east front has one double sash window on first floor and C.19 shop front and door on ground floor. The rear wing has casement windows and door, and lower 2-storey extension to west.
SU351213:Building:Nos. 28 and 30. Originally one house. Red brick, 3 storeys with hipped slate roof. Sash windows. Ground floor of No. 28 stuccoed, shop window with door to south. To the north two sash windows flank house door which is set in doorcase of fluted Doric pilasters, with flat hood over.
SU351213:Building:Nos. 33, 33A and 35. 2 storeys and attic with hipped dormers, in tiled roof. Brick built, Nos. 33 and 33A are colour-washed. No. 35 has some vitreous glazed headers. No. 33 has sash windows and shop fronts with central door. No. 35 has double sash window on first floor and shop front on west front, doorway on corner.
SU351213:Building:Nos. 37 and 39. 3 storeys, built in yellow stock brick. 3-bay slight central projection surmounted by pediment. Five sash windows on each upper floor. Ground floor has four windows in segmental arched recesses and doorway with columns and broken pediment. Three wide stone steps down to pavement. 2-storey, brick connection leads to C.19 house, main front facing Portersbridge Street. Three windows on first floor and two arched windows on ground floor flanking central doorway with Ionic columns.
SU351213:Houses:No. 29 and 31. Painted brick with modern tile roof, 2 storeys and attic with small dormers. Doors grouped in centre with architrave surrounds and small pediments.
SU351214:House:Cherville House and Cherville Cottage. 2 storeys, built of red brick with some vitreous brick headers, with hipped old tile roof. Main front, comprising Cherville House, faces east and has sash windows on first floor, ground floor has central C.19 porch with Doric columns, approached by flight of steps. On north side two sash windows on first floor, on ground floor, sash window with shutters in Cherville Cottage. To the left flat arched doorway, to the right doorway with flat hood on shaped brackets.
SU351214:House:No. 21, Clive House. 3 storeys, brick, with slate roof. Square windows on second floor, larger windows on first and ground floors. Panelled doors in architrave surround, with flat hood on scroll brackets. Stable entrance to left.
SU351214:House:No. 5. 3 storeys, colourwashed brick with slate roof. Sash windows in segmental arches. Central door with doorcase of plain pilasters and flat hood.
SU351214:House:Rydal House. L-shaped 2-storey building altered in C. 1 8. Timber-framed, rough cast, old tile roof. C.18 sash windows, door in C.19 painted rustic log surround. Return face to Church Street has over-sailing upper part.
SU351214:Houses (3):Nos. 7-11. Block of 2-storey brick built houses with old tile roof. Modern casement windows, doors in moulded frames with open moulded pedimented hoods. Vitreous panels over doors to Nos. 7 and 9.
SU351214:Inn:Star Inn. 2 storeys and attic, painted brick, old tile roof with two hipped dormers. Sash windows, central door with architrave, and flat hood on scroll brackets, doorway approached up three steps with wrought iron rails. Modern sign.
SU351214:Stocks (Site):Horsefair. Probable site of mediaeval stocks and pound. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE40.
SU351215:Building:Nos. 47 and 49. 2 storeys, red brick with slate roof. No. 47 has sash window on first floor; ground floor has central door flanked by narrow pilasters, with sash window to the left and small boarded door to the right. No. 49 has sash windows in reveals to upper floor and C.19 shop front on ground floor.
SU351215:Building:The Vine Inn. 2 storeys and attic, colour-washed brick, old tile roof with two hipped dormers. Five sash windows on first floor, three similar windows and projecting angular bay, with hipped slate roof, on ground floor. Central door in architrave surround with flat hood on scroll brackets.
SU351215:House:No. 51, Hamilton House. Red brick building of 2 storeys and attic, old tile roof with one flat roofed dormer. Two sash windows on first floor, ground floor has angular canted bay surmounted by stuccoed rectangular pediment, and doorway flanked by panelled pilasters with rectangular pediment.
SU351215:House:No. 55. 3 storeys, red brick, tiled roof with half- hipped gable end facing street. Casement window on second floor; sash window on first floor. Ground floor has window with segmental head and doorway in segmental arch.
SU351215:House:No. 57. 2 storeys, red brick with vitreous brick headers, sash windows, ground floor window and door under segmental arches.
SU351215:House:No. 66. Red brick with vitreous brick headers, tile roof. Sash windows to first floor, modern casements on ground floor, modern door.
SU351215:Houses (2):Nos. 40 and 42. 2 storeys with dormers, red brick building, with red brick quoins. Blocked central opening on first floor, and two segynental head sash windows. Similar windows on ground floor. Central doorway with pilasters and flat hood.
SU351215:Houses (2):Nos. 44 and 46. 2 storeys, red brick, lower building than Nos. 40 and 42, shallow slate roof. Sash windows on first floor with blocked central opening. Two windows and central doorways on ground floor.
SU351215:Houses (3):Nos. 63-67. 2 storeys with old tile roof, painted brick. Nos. 63 and 65 on west front, part of No. 65 and No. 67 on north front. Windows to No. 63 are casement on first floor and sash to ground floor, all sash to No. 65. Central common doorway, with two doors, in segmental arch. No. 67 has casement windows. The ground floor window and doorway in segmental arches. Single storey lean-to extension to north east.
SU351215:Houses:Nos. 59 and 61. Red brick with slate roof, sash windows in reveals on first floor. Ground floor sash windows and doors in segmental arches.
SU351229:House:Greatbridge House. 2 storeys. Red brick building having wide flat eaves with hipped old tile roof. Central entrance door with panelled reveals and small wood Doric porch. Lower rear wing is roughcast with old tile roof and is probably older.
SU351254:Farmhouse:Hunts Farm, Timsbury. Altered C.18. 2 storeys, brick walls, old tile roof with central chimney with diamond shaped stacks. Four windows on both first and ground floors. Two panelled doors with wood Doric porches.
SU351254:Granary and Barns:Hunts Farm. Weather boarded granary with half-hipped slate roof. Large group of similar barns with corrugated iron roofs including an L-shaped block of fourteen bays.
SU351281:Field System:North of Strouds Wood. Much destroyed by ploughing. Remains of contour lynchets. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE1.
SU351305:Fish Pond (Site):South-west of the village. Reverted to pasture, and drained by stream which cuts through the pond bay at the site of the former sluice. O.S.A. No. SU33 SE8. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.469. Ref: 2. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), p.224.
SU351351:Building:The Cossack Inn, Houghton Road, 2 storeys, colourwashed brick structure. Old tiled roof. Remnants of old stonework in corner of road, fronts possibly C.15. Irregular windows. Originally 'The Horse and Jockey'. Renamed after a horse which won the Derby, now a private house.
SU351351:Cottage:The Drovers Cottage, Houghton Road. Brick and flint walls. Thatched roof. Used as a hostelry by drovers many years ago - Welsh inscription under the eaves.
SU351351:House:Carbery House, Salisbury Hill. 2 storeys, stuccoed walls. H ipped slate roof. East front has Gothic type windows and projecting angular bay at south end.
SU351352:Farm Buildings:Windover Farm. Picturesque outbuildings include 7-bay barn with weatherboarded walls on flint and brick base. Thatched roof.
SU351353:House:Bradfields. 3 storeys. Red brick structure. Bracketted eaves and hipped slate roof. Bow windows on ground floor. Central door with stone. Doric porch and balustrated balcony over.
SU351387:Field Lynchet:Charity Down Farm. Now almost ploughed out. Probably part of the extensive Hazel Down field system.
SU351445:Finds:Balkesbury Camp. Hearths and sherds from three vessels. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 26, p. 34.
SU351566:House:Vernham Manor House. 2 storeys and attic. Core is an E-shaped timber-framed structure, the exterior walls faced with brick and flint in C.18. Long ridge tiled roof, gables to left and right, with original bargeboards, lattice casement windows in gables. Splayed bays on ground floor at either end, with sash windows, stone mullioned cellar lights. Interior contains original panelling and over mantels. Extensive exterior alterations in 1960. O.S.A. No. SU25 NE6. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.329-30. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.633-4.
SU351580:Inn:The Boot, Little Down. Single storey and half dormers. Flint with red brick dressings. Thatched roof. Core of building, timber-framed. Square paned wood casements.
SU352003:Area of Ecological Importance:Part of the New Forest which includes the largest and most varied tract of semi-natural lowland vegetation, and is of great biological international importance. Centred on grid reference.
SU352121:Trees:Chapel Lane, Hounsdown on land off Chapel Lane and Rushington Lane, Hounsdown. Trees within an area centred on grid reference.
SU352131:Trees:Bramtoco Sports Ground, Ringwood Road, Totton. One group of twelve lombardy poplars, and another group of seventeen.
SU352158:Mill:Nursling Mill, Mill Lane. 2 storeys and two attic floors, built of red brick incorporating blue headers, with slate roof. Six fixed casement windows with cambered heads. Circular iron ties. Interior retains machinery in working order including three pairs of millstones, crane, and sluice control gear. A commemorative plaque dated 1728 records the fact that the 'building stands on a fame of large beech timber which was given by Sir Richard Mill, Bart. in memory of whose kindness this stone was placed here by T.C.K. 1728'. Ref: Water and Wind Mills in Hampshire and the I.O.W. (S.U.I.A.G.) p.37.
SU352196:Bridge (Site):West of Broadlands Farm. Probable site of Waldyngbrigge. Mentioned 1558 and 1686 but removed in 1760. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE39. Ref: Records of Romsey Abbey, 1906, p.205.
SU352209:House:No. 11. 2 storeys, refronted and attic storey removed, brick with stuccoed ground floor. First floor slightly overhangs ground floor. New sash windows and door.
SU352209:House:No. 13. 2 storeys, brick, stuccoed ground floor; hipped old tile roof. Sash windows to upper floor, large window and half glazed door to ground floor.
SU352209:Houses (3):Nos. 8-12. 3 storeys, stuccoed, rusticated on ground floor, hipped slate roof. Sash windows, recessed doors in architrave surrounds.
SU352210:Building:No. 24. Painted brick, 2-storey building with tiled roof hipped to north. Sash windows on first floor, C.19 shop front on ground floor.
SU352210:Building:No. 25. 3-storey painted brick building with parapet. Three bays, centre bay blocked on upper floors, square sash windows on second floor, sash windows in architrave frames on first floor. Ground floor has C.19 shop window and doorway flanked by pilasters, house door to south, doorcase has fluted pilasters and moulded rectangular pediment.
SU352210:Building:No. 27. C.19 front, 3 storeys, colour-washed brick, with hipped slate roof, possibly once a warehouse. Second floor has sash windows flanking large wooden boarded opening. Sash windows in reveals on first floor. Later C.19 or C.20 shop front to ground floor.
SU352210:Building:No. 30. 3 storeys, painted brick, with hipped slate roof. Five sash windows in architrave frames to both upper floors, surmounted by deep rubbed arches and fluted keystones. Ground floor altered in C.19 with stucco work and C.19 windows. Formerly The Old Bell Inn.
SU352210:Building:No. 32. 2 storeys and attic, painted brick with old tile roof, two hipped dormer casements. Six sash windows on first floor, two to left-hand on ground floor. Panelled door with flat hood, stone steps to door with C.18 wrought iron guard rail and twisted standards. Modern shop front.
SU352210:Building:Nos. 1 and 3. 2 storeys and attic, colour- washed brick with some timber-framing to right. Hipped old tile roof with one hipped dormer to right. First floor has five sash windows, shop windows and door on ground floor.
SU352210:Building:Nos. 26 and 28. 2 storeys and attic, painted stucco front with parapet. Slate roof with flat roofed dormers. Sash windows in reveals on first floor, shop fronts on ground floor. Larger shop window to No. 26 with doorway to south. No.28 has doorway to north in architrave frame with pilasters and flat hood.
SU352210:Church:Baptist Church. Built in 1811, colour-washed stucco. Pediment shaped gable end to street with date plaque. Three semi-circular headed windows on first floor. Two flat headed windows with pointed panes below. Porch with gabled tiled roof, entrance with pointed arch. Low stuccoed walls enclose garden on west side, low central stuccoed gate piers, taller piers at either end with moulded capping.
SU352210:House:Broadwater House. Large 3-storey red brick house, with hipped old tile roof. The central bay projects forward slightly surmounted by pediment. Five sash windows to each upper floor, with rubbed brick arches. The central window on first floor has semi-circular head with stone keystone. Ground floor has four windows and central doorway, door is set in deep recess with architrave surround and pediment. Front enclosed by low iron railings with spear shaped heads, small iron-work gate in centre.
SU352210:House:No. 9. 2 storeys and attic, brick, stuccoed on ground floor, old tile roof with slate verge, two dormers. Three sash windows to each floor, panelled door with rectangular fanlight.
SU352211:Bridge (Site):Mediaeval Hundred Bridge, east of the Market Place. No trace remains. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE45. Ref: P.H.F.C. Vol. 6., p.19.
SU352211:Building:Barclay's Bank, the former Corn Exchange. 2-storey stucco block dated 1864. Three exposed fronts of three bays divided by pilasters. East front has central pediment containing design of sheaves, pitchfork and sickle. Windows in panelled surrounds, modern door in centre. 2-storey curved bay extends from western end.
SU352211:Building:No. 1. 3 storeys, painted brick, with slate roof. Sash windows, shop front on ground floor. Part of the same building as No. 10 Bell Street.
SU352211:Building:No. 10. 2-storeys, painted brick, hipped slate roof with red tiled ridges. The building has two fronts, one facing Bell Street, the other the Corn Market, the wall between the fronts is curved. C.20 plate glass shop windows on both frontages, shop dooway on corner.
SU352211:Building:No. 10. 3 storeys, red brick front, red tiled gabled roof. Sash windows on upper floors, C.20 shop window on ground floor. At west end of building is the inscription 'Bank' in foliated carving in frieze.
SU352211:Building:No. 12. 3-storey painted brick building with slate roof and flanking chimneys. Three square sash windows on second floor, flat headed sash windows in segmental arches on first floor. C.19 shop front on ground floor. Doorway at northern end of building has fluted pilasters and small flat hood.
SU352211:Building:No. 20. Building projects forward from adjoining hotel. 3 storeys, colour-washed brick, old tile roof. Sash windows to upper floors, C.19 shop front on ground floor.
SU352211:Building:No. 21. 3 storeys, yellow stock brick with slate roof. The whole building is built on a slight curve. Five sash windows to upper floors. On ground floor to south east a contemporary shop front with curved heads to the windows, modern shop front to north east.
SU352211:Building:No. 22. 3 storeys, colour-washed brick, tile roof, old tiling mostly renewed, three sash windows to upper floors. C.20 shop front to ground floor.
SU352211:Building:No. 3. 3-storey, red brick building with brick- work carried up to parapet with stone capping. Sash windows on upper floors. Ground floor has central shop window and stable-type door to right.
SU352211:Building:No. 9. 3-storey brick building faced with painted stucco, parapet with stone capping. Sash windows to upper floors. Ground floor shop front, plain wooden door to south east.
SU352211:Building:Nos. 11 -15. 3 storeys, stucco front, windows arranged in pairs, flanked by pilasters with fluted capitals. Sash windows on second floor. First floor has angular bays, ground floor has modern shop front.
SU352211:Building:Nos. 13 and 15. No. 13 has 2 storeys, No. 15 is 2 storeys with attic, the gable end facing the street. Both buildings painted stucco, No. 13 with slate roof, No. 15 has modern tile roof. Sash windows on first floors, in slightly segmental arches. Shop fronts on ground floors.
SU352211:Building:Nos. 25 and 26. 3 storeys and attic, painted brick, partly old tiled roof, three hipped dormers. Four sash windows with painted rubbed brick arches to upper floors. Small plate glass windows and two doors to ground floor. One bay faces east with similar windows on upper floors. Large modern plate-glass shop window on ground floor.
SU352211:Building:Nos. 27 and 28. Corner building designed on a curved frontage, 3 storeys, plain brick upper part with stone ground floor. The central part has two square windows flanking central blocked opening on second floor. Three tall sash windows on first floor. Ground floor has five bays divided by Greek Doric columns, modern window to each bay. The corner section to the right has two square sash windows to second floor and sash windows in arched recesses to first floor. Ground floor shop front. Section to the left has one window to each floor over panelled door with large rectangular fanlight.
SU352211:Building:Nos. 5 and 7. 3 storeys, red brick, carried up to parapet with stone capping. Sash windows to upper floors. Ground floor has two identical shop fronts each with glazed door to left. Alteration to pilasters on No. 7.
SU352211:Building:Nos. 8 and 8A. 2-storey brick building in three sections, with hipped slate roof and overhanging eaves. The section facing west in Bell Street is red brick and has sash windows in reveals, with large window below. Corner section is painted brick, with doorway. The section facing the Cornmarket, (No. 8A) is red brick with two sash windows in reveals on first floor and modern door in original frame on ground floor.
SU352211:Building:To south east of Corn Market Chambers. 2 storeys, one window bay, hipped slate roof with red tiled ridges. Sash window above, C.20 plateglass shop front.
SU352211:Fountain:Corn Market. Tall rectangular marble block with shaped head, to one side circular marble bowl and trough, on the other side a small basin and waterspout. Given by Lord Mount-Temple in 1886. Basins now used for growing flowers.
SU352211:Inn:No. 11, The Cross Keys. Two parallel ranges with carriageway through at north end. The front range is C.19, 3 storeys, painted stucco, with sash windows in slightly segmental arches. Doorway on corner of building has pair of bow fronted doors following curve of building. The rear range is C.17 or earlier, timber-framed, the firstl floor has casement windows, ground floor has two large sash windows and two doorways.
SU352211:Inn:The Dolphin Hotel. 3 storeys with stucco facade, rusticated on ground floor. First floor string course forms base to four pilasters which rise through the two upper floors, Three Yorkshire casement windows to upper floor. First floor has semi-circular bays flanking narrow central glazed door which opens onto curved wrought iron balcony. Modern windows on ground floor, and wide yard entrance. 2-storey painted brick section to east, slightly projecting central portion with curved corners, with large casement window, with Gothic glazing, set in recessed arch. Core of the building is much older than date given.
SU352211:Inn:Tudor Rose. 2 storeys, timber-framed building, with modern brick infilling on first floor, modern projection on ground floor with carriage entrance. First floor has four sash windows. Modern public house front on ground floor. Interior has massive timbers visible along the length of wall and framing ceiling, and large chimney breast with small Tudor fireplace.
SU352211:Stable Block:No. 11, north west end of yard. A 2-storey brick building now painted, tiled roof with hip at one end. Two small boarded doors on upper floor, each above a wooden boarded door on ground floor. Three small windows in segmental arches and two small flat-headed windows. Later C.19 extension.
SU352211:Town Hall (Site):East of the Market Place. Said to have been in existence in 1628. Consisted of two apartments, the lower being a prison. Dis-used after 1744 when a new Town Hall was built. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 6, p.19.
SU352212:Building:King John's House, or Hunting Box. A hall house of circa 1240, part of the property within the mediaeval abbey. Hall on first floor, room of similar size below and cellar. Outside staircase on west wall, now masked by Tudor Cottage. External walls are flint quoined with stone. Early English window in west wall, plain doorway in east wall, leading possibly to a former chapel. Now used as a centre for exhibitions and concerts. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE4. Ref: 1. Buildings of England, Hampshire and I.O.W. (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.487. Ref:.2. King Johns House at Romsey (Andrews). Ref: 3. History of Romsey and its Abbey (Luce) pp. 43-46.
SU352212:Building:No. 13. The building has an early timber- framed core; renovated in the 1960's. 2 storeys and attic, the attic storey in two sections each cantilevered out above first floor. Some original timbers in western part of attic. Applied timber framing with colour-washed infilling on first floor, red brick on ground floor. Modern tile hipped roof, modern casement windows with lattice glazing. Flat arched doorway. Extension to northwest.
SU352212:Building:No. 14. 3 storeys and attic, colour-washed stucco. Modern red tile roof, with two hipped dormers. Sash windows in reveals with keystones to both upper floors. C.19 Gothic shop front.
SU352212:Building:No. 15. Building with C. 1 8 core; recently extensively renovated. 3 storeys, brick with modern tile roof. Three narrow segmental headed windows to each upper floor. Modern shop front.
SU352212:Building:No. 16. 3 storeys, brick with slate gabled roof. Two sash windows on upper floors. C.20 shop front.
SU352212:Building:Nos. 17 and 18. 3 storeys and attic, brick, modern tile roof, half hipped to west, with hipped dormers. Sash windows to upper floors. Modern shop fronts on ground floor. Double wooden doors to yard entrance to east.
SU352212:Building:Tudor Cottage. Partly C.16 2-storey timber- framed with colour-washed brick and plaster infilling. North side has wooden boarded door with plain gabled hood. West side has casement windows to both floors. Now part of King John's House.
SU352212:House:King John's House or Hunting Box, Church Court. Built as a palace in 1210 but probably converted into a guest house or infirmary of the Abbey about twelve years later. Used as a billet for soldiers during the Civil War and was Romsey's first workhouse in 1781. Became a private house and given to the town as a museum in 1946. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE4. Ref: 1. King John's House at Romsey, (Andrews). Ref: 2. History of Romsey and its Abbey, (Luce).
SU352212:Inn:The White Horse Hotel. C.18 front to an older building, 3 storeys and attic, colour-washed stucco with steep pitched half hipped slate roof, with dormer casements. Segmental-headed windows to upper floors, each with C.19 flower guard rails. On the ground floor, three windows to east, yard entrance to west, timber framing visible in passage wall. Mediaeval stone cellars from an earlier building.
SU352213:House:No. 10. 2 storeys, brick built with two bands of vitreous brick headers between ground and first floors, hipped slate roof. One window and vitreous brick panel above, window and modern door on ground floor.
SU352213:House:No. 12, originally two houses. Painted stucco with slate roof, modern casement windows in segmental heads on first floor. On ground floor modern sash windows and central door.
SU352213:House:No. 6. 3 storeys, brick, with modern tile roof. Sash windows, square on second floor, under segmental headings on first and ground floors. Central panelled door with Doric porch. 2-storey extension at north east has red tile hipped roof with pentice and casement windows.
SU352213:House:No. 8. 2 storeys, colour-washed, slate-hung wallface with angle pilasters, hipped slate roof. Sash windows in upper floor, one window and door with flat moulded hood on ground floor.
SU352213:Houses (2):Nos. 2 and 4. No. 2 is of 2 storeys, red brick, gable end facing street, slate roof. Segmental headed sash windows to both floors, shutters to ground floor windows, plain wooden door. Single storey addition to west. No. 4 has light timber-framing visible in upper part of east wall, the south wall pebble-dashed. Tiled roof, casement windows on first floor, modern windows and boarded door on ground floor.
SU352213:Houses (3):Nos. 16-20. Possibly partly-timber-framed, 2 storeys, old tile gabled roof, first floor is tile- hung and slightly overhangs the ground floor, which is colour-washed. Modern windows and doors.
SU352217:House:No. 89, St. Clements. 2 storeys, stuccoed, with hipped slate roof, much altered. South front has two 2-storey segmental bays with sash window on first floor and French casement on ground floor. Modern door in centre, formerly under a balcony, now only the floor remains, modern window replaces former door onto the balcony.
SU352217:Portico:No. 94. Stone portico on stone paved platform approached by three steps across the front. Piers with Greek Doric caps and entablature over, with flanking brick walls curved up to portico at each side. To the rear, panelled door leads up to small house.
SU352229:Cottages:Greatbridge Cottages. 2-storey red brick dwellings under a half-hipped old tile roof. Five bays with casement windows, one having small arched panes.
SU352263:House:Manor Farm House. The nucleus of the farm house is formed by the remains of a mediaeval grange, held by St. Swithins Priory, Winchester from 1205-1539. A late C. 17 range was added to the north side of the mediaeval hall block and was extended to the east and refronted in the mid C.19. The C.13 wing is constructed in flint, rendered over, with stone dressings to all apertures, possibly constructed circa 1205. Ground floor has four lancet windows and two pointed headed doorways. Tiled roof with hipped west end with gablet. The C.17 house is of 2 storeys, brick incorporating some mediaeval masonry, with tiled roof. The C.19 extension and refronting to provide two cottages, has paired sash windows with flanking entrance bays. Doorways have modern gabled porches. An uninhabited area around the farmhouse has been designated as a scheduled ancient monument.
SU352319:Flint Implements:Acheulian hand axes and ovates, also a quantity of Iron Age sherds found in a now disused gravel pit at Yew Hill circa 1934-5. O.S.A. No.SU33 SE4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 17, (1947-50), p.360.
SU352351:Bridge:River Test. Built in C.15 widened and rebuilt in 1799, reconstructed in 1963, replacing older bridge which was too narrow and 'hump-backed' for modern traffic.
SU352351:Cottages:Windover Cottages. 2 storeys. Timber-framed, brick infilling, pebble dash to ground floor on road front. Old tile roof. Casement windows.
SU352351:House:Mulberry House, High Street. 2 storeys and attic, old tiled roof, hipped. Brick walls, nine windows, central door. C.19 brick porch. Road frontage has long garden walls, terminated by plain square brick piers at corner of house, which is set back approximately five feet with a low wall across frontage.
SU352351:House:The White House, High Street. Formerly Grosvenor House. 2 storeys and attic. Slate roof, colourwashed brick structure. Seven sash windows and one blind. Fanlight shaped window to left of portico. A large detached building standing in its own grounds close to the River Test.
SU352351:War Memorial:Situated to the northeast of the ancient church of St. Peter, stone memorial, restored in 1971 after car damage.
SU352352:Farmhouse:Windover Farm. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Wide flat eaves. Old tiled roof. Sash windows. Central door with crude Doric porch. Georgian farmhouse facing the river Test.
SU352391:Barrows (5):West of Fullerton Farm on northern boundary of the parish. Group of five barrows. Cinerary urn and cremation with an unusual scoop or ladle found 1964. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE3. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p. 351.
SU352421:Barrows (Site):North-west of Barrowhill Farm. Four circles clearly visible as crop marks on air photographs. Group is bisected by a short length of ditch. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE28. Ref: O.S. A.P.71/008/130.
SU352439:Farmhouse:Bury Hill Farm. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Ridge tiled roof with two hipped dormers. 2-gabled facade at side with modern tiled porch.
SU352447:Hill Fort:Balksbury Camp. A univallate irregular enclosure once covering 45 acres of a plateau between the rivers Anton and Anna. Now reduced by ploughing to a lynchet-like slope but the scarping and the outer slope of rampart remain visible in gardens. Excavated by D.O.E. prior to development in 1967, 1972 and 1981. Centred on gird reference. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE1. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology as Illustrated in Hampshire, 1915, pp.137-8, 335, 340, 354. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.338-45. Ref: 3. P.H.F.C., Vol. 26, 1969, pp.21-55. Ref: 4. Wessex from the Air, 1928, pp.95-6.
SU352447:Trees:Balksbury Camp. Various species within developed area.
SU352456:Trees:Nos. 11 and 13, Millway Road. Two groups containing many different species and two purple beech and a beech standing separately, all within the grounds of the two properties.
SU352468:Building:Nos. 111 and 112. Dating from C.16 with C.1 8 and C.19 additions. A timber-framed building, now two cottages, single-storey and attic. Hipped thatched roof, catslide at rear. Eyebrow dormers above first floor windows. No. 111 has flint walling with brickwork bands and quoins. No. 112 walls renderred. Casement windows. Central plain door with thatched canopy on posts. West end has curved ground floor with door. Late C.17 central chimney stack inserted into building. At one time the Buck and Dog public house.
SU352468:Cottage:No. 114, Wren Cottage. Symmetrical front of single storey and attic. Hipped thatched roof brought down to low eaves over the north side. Eyebrows in roof. Flint walling with red brick bands and quoins. Casement windows, boarded door in solid frame.
SU352469:House:No. 104, Upper Charlton House. Symmetrical front of 2 storeys, three windows. Tile roof, catslide at rear, hipped 2-storey central projection and two hipped dormers. Massive tapered stack at north gable. Stuccoed fa‡ade. Sash windows. Moulded canopy on carved brackets over 6-panelled door.
SU352472:Pit:Arrnstrong Rise, Charlton. A large pit exposed during construction of road. Two C.7 Saxon bowls and assorted sherds recovered. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1971.
SU352506:Cottage:Rose Cottage, Wildhern. Flint with red brick bands, plastered gable towards road. Large modern extension. Small timber-framed granary on six staddles, now with corrugated iron cladding.
SU352508:Cottage:Walnut Cottage, Wildhern. Originally early C.19, now extended with modern additions. Flint rubble structure with red brick bands, thatched, abuts the road at right angles with low pentice at side.
SU352509:Cottage:Leyswood, Wildhern. Originally a pair of cottages, now restored and converted into one dwelling. Built of flint rubble with red brick bands and dressings. Thatched roof with eaves cut back over four upper windows, plain wood casements, modern thatched porch.
SU352511:Cottages (2):Hedgerows and The Rank, Wildhern. Probably at one time a row of three or more cottages now restored and converted to two dwellings. Colour-washed flint, plaster and brick construction, thatched roof with pentice to rear and brought down at one end over modern extension. Various lattice windows and plain wood casements.
SU353047:Barrows (3):Penny Moor. A - 22.0m. diameter. 1.8m. high. Ditch. Much rabbit mutilation. B - 15.0m. diameter. 1.0m. high. Ditch. Rabbit mutilation. C - 14.0m. diameter. 0.9m. high. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE3. Ref: Ancient Earthworks of the New Forest, (Sumner), p.110.
SU353114:Stirrup and Chain:Found at Colbury. O.S.A. No. SU31 SE (M) 1. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section, Report No. 1, 1962.
SU353130:Trees:Sports Ground, Ringwood Road, Totton. A group of thirty-five lombardy poplars and seven limes.
SU353132:Trees:Sports Ground, Ringwood Road, Totton. Oak and hawthorn trees.
SU353197:Hollow Way:West of Broadlands Farm. An earthwork 12.0m wide overall and up to 2.5m deep with gravel drive along the centre. This was probably connected with the site of a mediaeval bridge over the River Test. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE4.
SU353209:Building:The Old Bricklayers Arms. 2 storeys colour- washed brick, on projecting plinth, hipped modern tile roof. Two square sash windows and central panel on first floor. Ground floor has two casement windows with segmental heads. C.19 extension to south-east.
SU353209:House:Willow Cottage. 2-storey building with stucco facade, hipped roof rising to a peak; tile in front, slate to rear. Two sash windows on first floor. Ground floor has two canted bays and central porch with tiled gabled roof resting on Doric columns. At first floor level is a stuccoed cartouche bearing name of house.
SU353211:Building:No. 5. 2 storeys, brick, colour-washed front. Two sash windows and blocked centre opening on first floor. Shop front on ground floor.
SU353211:Building:Nos. 7 and 9. 3 storeys, painted stucco with old tile roof. Sash windows on upper floors, ground floor has C.20 plate-glass shop fronts.
SU353212:Building:No. 11. Two parallel 2-storey ranges, painted stucco, old tile roof. Two sash windows to each floor, off-centre doorcase with reeded pilasters and flat hood.
SU353212:Building:Nos. 1 and 3. Red brick 2-storey building with tiled gabled roof. Three sash windows on first floor, shop fronts on ground floor.
SU353212:Building:Nos. 18, 20 and 20A. Single span hipped slate roof over 3-storey building. No. 18 is colour- washed brick with tall sash windows on upper floors and modern plate glass shop front, and original house door on ground floor. No. 20 has upper floors of colour-washed stucco, with sash windows flanked by moulded pilasters. C.20 plate-glass shop windows to No. 20 and 20A.
SU353212:Building:Nos. 4-10. Red brick, 2-storey block with slate gabled roof. Sash windows to both floors, except No. 4 which has shop windows on ground floor. Semi-circular headed doorways. No. 4 has carriage door to south in wide segmental arch.
SU353212:House:No. 22. 2 storeys, colour-washed stucco, hipped old tile roof. Two casement windows on first floor, two sash windows on ground floor. Early C.19 doorcase with flat hood on small curved brackets.
SU353212:House:No. 33. 2 storeys, colour-washed brick, slate roof. Sash windows, three on upper floor, two on ground floor flanking central doorway. Carriage entrance to north has double wooden boarded doors.
SU353212:Houses (2):Nos. 12 and 14. Brick built, 2 storeys, slate roof with crest tiles. No. 12 has two casement windows on upper floor, and one in segmental arch below, No. 14 has one sash window on each floor, Modern doors.
SU353212:Houses (2):Nos. 7 and 9. 2 storeys red brick, with tiled gabled roof. Casement windows on upper floor, sash windows below. Doorways have narrow pilasters and small flat hoods.
SU353213:Houses (3):Nos. 11 -15. Red brick, 2 storeys with slate roof, formerly a public house. Nos. 11 and 15 have two windows to each floor, No. 13 has one. Nos. 11 and 15 have wooden boarded doors in slightly segmental arches, and No. 13 has panelled door in reveals with flat hood over. Some timber-framing visible in west wall.
SU353213:Houses (3):Nos. 26-30. 2-storey brick built houses with modern tile hipped roof. Each house has one window to upper floor and one to ground floor. Panelled doors with flat hoods. Some new brickwork.
SU353351:Building:Caravan Cafe, High Street. Two cottages con- verted into one building. Continuous old tiled roof with no chimney stacks. Dentil frieze below eaves. Colourwashed brick, 2 storeys. Upper windows added later.
SU353351:Building:The Old Three Cups Restaurant, High Street, formerly The Three Cups Inn. 2 storeys with four dormer windows in upper storey. Old tiled roof with four gables. Brick walls, colour-washed. Building set back about five feet with low brick wall across frontage.
SU353351:Inn:Greyhound Inn, High Street. Two houses con- verted to one building. Colourwashed brick with old-tiled roof. Casement windows to upper floor, and small bay windows to ground floor, all with small panes. Two doors with flat hoods.
SU353354:Cottage:Mill Cottage. 2 storeys. Tirnber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling on flint base. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows. Originally a cottage for mill workers.
SU353354:Mill House:Longstock Mill House. 2 storeys and attic with two dormer windows. Red brick structure Old tiled hipped roof. Sash windows.
SU353354:Mill:Longstock Mill. 3-storey brick structure. Old tiled roof. Later brick and weatherboard single storey additions.
SU353438:Cottage:Garden Cottage. Restored thatched dwelling at right angles to road. Front towards garden has three upper windows. Modern lattice casements. Part pentice to rear.
SU353438:Cottage:Old Oaks. Restored thatched cottage. Rough-cast with exposed light timber work. Two upper windows and casement. Centre slate-roofed porch.
SU353438:House:Berwick House. Restored. 2 storeys. Lime-washed brick and flint in bands. Half-hipped tiled roof. Centre projecting porch. Modern extension built using similar materials.
SU353438:House:Clatford Manor House. 3 storeys. Front wall and south side wall are the only original parts now remaining. Remainder rebuilt in similar style of red brick with blue headers. Ridge tiled roof with three hipped dormers. Sash windows. Extension to rear.
SU353439:Cottage:Knapp Cottage. Restored thatched cottage. Ground floor brick. First floor has exposed vertical framing with bracing and plaster infilling. Extension at rear. Possibly C.17.
SU353439:Cottage:No. 134. Restored thatched cottage at right angles to road. Plastered walls. Thatched porch.
SU353452:Trees:Beech Hurst. Former parkland of house.
SU353453:Trees:Winterdyne Mews, Weyhill Road. Various trees retained from the former garden of Winterdyne House.
SU353454:Trees:No. 15, Newtown Close, and No. 49, Weyhill Road. A beech in the front garden of No. 15 Newtown Close and several trees of different species within the boundary of No. 49 Weyhill Road.
SU353454:Trees:No. 56, The Avenue. Two single maple and a group including pine, lime, maple and birch in the garden.
SU353454:Trees:No. 57, Weyhill Road. A sycamore and a beech on the southern boundary of the rear garden.
SU353469:Habitation Site:Goch Way, Charlton. Domestic site in oval quarry. Large quantity of C.6/7 sherds and animal bones. Site extends beneath roadway. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1977.
SU353506:Building:Plough Farmhouse, Wildhern. Originally an Inn. Flint rubble with red brick bands and dressings, 2 storeys. Plain wood casement windows, two panelled doors, one with arched fanlight. Thatched roof brought down as pentice to rear, with large modern shingled dormer in centre.
SU353506:Cottage:Holly Cottage, Wildhern. Restored thatched cottage with modern pentice addition to rear.
SU353507:House:Starlings, Wildhern. Colourwashed flint with brick dressings, 2 storeys, thatched roof, casement windows. Modern brick extension. End section and rear of property probably late C.18.
SU353508:Cottage:The Covey, Wildhern. Attractive cottage at right angles to road. 1 1/2 storeys flint and brick con- struction with a thatched roof, restored rear outshot, dormer windows. Appears to be originally three cottages.
SU353552:Boundary Stone:North-east side of Upton Road. About 90 m north west of public footpath No. 19. 2 ft. tall 1 ft. wide and 6 ins. thick with a curved top. Presumed to have been moved from original site at Vernham Dean/ Hurstbourne Tarrant Boundary.
SU353566:Cottage:Manor Farm Cottage. Formerly two dwellings. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick and flint structure. Long ridge thatched roof. Restored.
SU354150:Palaeolithic Flint:Found in gravel pit. Now in Tudor House Museum. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE23.
SU354202:House:Broadlands House. Rebuilt in 1767, this is a fine example of the Palladian style. It has two storeys and an attic and comprises a large rectangular block of colour-washed brick with stone dressings and plinth. The main elevation is of nine bays with a central Ionic portico of four columns with entablature and pediment. The portico is approached by a flight of steps between flanking bastion walls. The windows have stone architrave surrounds, those on the ground floor being crowned with alternate hipped and curved pediments. The mansion and its grounds, including an Orangery, also built in the classical style, were designed by 'Capability' Brown. Broadlands stands on a rise looking over the river to the water-meadows. It was once the home of Lord Palmerston and Lord Louis Mountbatten.
SU354210:House:Nos. 19 and 21, Manor House. Restored 1929. 2 storeys and attic, timber-framed with brick infilling, old tile roof. Almost symmetrical front of three gables, with small additional gable between central and left hand gable with entrance door under. Moulded barge-boards to gables. Casement windows with square leaded panes, some C.18. Modern door set in deep recess with original moulded oak frame with pointed head.
SU354210:Houses (4):Nos. 11 to 17. 3 storeys and cellar. Brick built with moulded eaves cornice and slate roof. Wide sash windows in brick reveals with rubbed brick arches. Each house has one window bay to north and door to south. Panelled entrance doors with reeded ornamented architraves set under flat hoods. Each house (except No. 17) approached by four stone steps with cast iron handrail.
SU354210:Houses (5):Nos. 20-28. 2 storeys and attic with one hipped dormer each to Nos. 20-24. Nos. 26 and 28, 2 storeys only. Red brick, tiled roof with slate verge. One window bay each except No. 28 which has two casement windows on first floor. Sash windows to ground floor. Coupled doorways to Nos. 22 and 24, doorcases have pilasters and flat hoods.
SU354211:Building:No. 52, Tudor House. Altered C.18, the west front is of chequer brickwork, with three sash windows on each floor. Doorcase of Doric pilasters and open pediment. To the right of door is a 2-storey angular bay with sash windows. The north end of the building is timber-framed with brick infilling. East front has two projecting wings of C.18 date and large semi-circular C.19 bay window.
SU354211:Building:No. 86. 3-storey red brick building with tiled hipped roof. Three square sash windows on second floor, three taller windows on first floor, central window with semi-circular head. On ground floor modern bow window west, shop window to east, central door. Early C.19 2-storey addition to east.
SU354211:Building:Nos. 47 and 49. Painted brick building of 2 storeys and attic, old tile roof with two hipped dormer casements. Sash windows on upper floor, early C.19 shop front and pair of central doors on ground floor. Frieze over door of No. 49 has urn and wreath ornament.
SU354211:Building:Nos. 54-58. 2 storevs and attic. brick built. old tile roof, tiling partly renewed, four dormer casements. Sash windows to upper floors, modern shop fronts.
SU354211:Building:Nos. 70 and 74. 3 storeys, upper floor colour- washed brick, slate roof. Sash windows in reveals on upper floors. On ground floor round-headed doorway at either end of building. No. 74 has modern bow window, No. 72 has large shop window and doorway flanked by pilasters.
SU354211:Building:Nos. 82 and 84. 2 storeys and attic, building of timber-framed construction with square panels of timber-framing visible in east end gable. Modern tile gabled roof. The front is plastered and colour-washed, four modern sash windows on upper floor, modern shop fronts on ground floor. Small timber-framed 2-storey wing to rear.
SU354211:House:No. 1. 2 storeys and attic. Brick, old tile roof with slate-roofed dormer. Sash windows, those on first floor in architrave frames. Small early C. 1 9 shop front.
SU354211:House:No. 2. 2 storeys. Red brick with slate saddle- back roof. Wide sash windows, segmental arch to ground floor window. Panelled entrance door under bracketed flat hood.
SU354211:House:No. 3. 2 storeys and attic. Formerly a stable block, red brick with old tile roof, one dormer. Double window on first floor. Segmental arched stable door to right hand, panelled door to left with semi-circular fanlight.
SU354211:House:No. 4. 2 storeys. Cement rendered facade, hipped slate roof with red ridge tiles. Wide sash windows in reveals to first floor, central sash window with rendered arch to ground floor. Flush panelled door to north west. Main entrance door is set behind doorway of panelled pilasters under flat hood.
SU354211:House:No. 76. 2 storeys and attic, stucco with incised lines, modern tile roof, with dormer casement. Two sash windows in shallow reveals on first floor, one window on ground floor, doorcase has fluted columns and moulded frieze and cornice. Four steps with iron rails. Cast iron railings extend across front.
SU354211:House:No. 78. 2 storeys, painted brick with slate roof. Two windows on first floor with Gothic glazing. Original shop front replaced by small canted oriel bay window. Central flight of three steps leads to entrance with doorcase of panelled pilasters with flat hood over.
SU354211:House:No. 9, Park House. 2 storeys. Stuccoed facade with hipped slate roof. Sash windows. Panelled entrance door with architrave frame in shallow elaborate Doric porch. Approached by flight of five moulded steps flanked by ornate railings and handrail. House is set back from the road and has flanking square corner piers at pavement edge. Wooden boarded gate to north.
SU354211:Houses (2):Nos. 5 and 7. 2 storeys and attic with basement. Red brick, old tile roof with flat-roofed dormers. Double sash windows to both floors, two base- ment windows. Central pair of panelled doors flanked and divided by Doric pilasters under large moulded parapet. Approahced by four steps with handrails. Cast iron railings.
SU354211:Houses (3):Nos. 51 -55. Red brick buildings of 2 storeys, the attic storey removed and building re-roofed with modern tiles. First floor has five sash windows, ground floor has three windows in segmental arches. Panelled doors, with architrave surround and flat hoods.
SU354211:Houses (7):Nos. 6 to 18. 2 storeys and basement. Terrace of small houses built of brick with slate roof. Each dwelling has one window bay. Sash windows. Rubbed brick arches over ground floor windows. Panelled entrance doors in reveals, with reeded frames under flat hoods. Four stone steps up to each door.
SU354211:Inn:No. 80, The King's Head. 2 storeys, lower elevation than No. 78, painted brick with slate roof. Three windows on first floor, the central window with semi-circular head and radiating glazing pattern. One C.19 angular bay to west on ground floor, central door and window to east. 2-storey painted brick wings to rear.
SU354211:Inn:The Red Lion. 2 storeys, painted brick, with slate roof. Blocked centre opening on upper floor and two sash windows. Ground floor has windows set in segmental arches flanking central narrow semi-circular arched doorway.
SU354214:Building:The County Library, formerly the National School. Built 1871 by Nesfield, L-shaped red brick building with single storey south wing. Gabled porch at south end with bell turret above. 2-storey north wing with tile hung first floor and east-facing gable.
SU354225:Trees:No. 93. Greatbridge Road and adjoining land. An area of willow trees, groups of lime, ash and willow and three specified individual trees.
SU354240:Mill Dam (Remains):Remaining part of a C. 13 mediaeval mill dam at the head of Timsbury Lake, it consists of a grass and tree covered bank which forms the south west side of the millpond. Nothing is known of its history.
SU354248:Occupation Site:Gravel workings north of Bunny Lane. Many items have been found in the gravel including sherds of Roman, New Forest and Belgic pottery, triangular loom weights and a rotary quern which is now in Winchester Museum. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE1.
SU354311:Field System:Between How Park Farm and the village. Traces visible on air photographs. Entire area is arable, and the system has been ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU33 SE5.
SU354324:Cottage:Hoopers Farm Cottage. Colour-washed brick, tiled roof. Four small bow windows. Rear wall flint and brick.
SU354324:Farmhouse and Outbuildings:Hoopers Bottom. 2 storeys and attic. Brick walls, old tile half-hipped roof, with three semi-dormers. Central chimney. Walled garden to road with fIint and brick walls. Weatherboarded, cob and thatched outbuildings. Weatherboarded barn with slate roof.
SU354350:Building:Bridge House and two shops, High Street. Tiled roof, later dentil frieze below eaves. Four upper bay windows, one blind window. Upper part of Bridge House has a Victorian Memorial tablet in terra-cotta dated 1897 with 'C.K. Fry' below.
SU354351:Cottages (4):Trout Cottage, The Pharmacy, Stockbridge Antiques, Stokes Garage. 2-storey cottages. Trout Cottage and Antique Shop roofed with modern tiles, whilst Pharmacy and Stokes have old roofing tiles. Colourwashed front. Sash windows, shop fronts and two blind windows. Two central cottages have dentil frieze. Stokes Garage has an iron-work balcony on east side.
SU354351:House:Touchwood, High Street. 2 storeys with attic, old tiled roof, interesting exterior chimney-stack on west side. End wall brick, showing small bricked-up window. Colourwashed front with five windows including added bay window.
SU354351:Tree:Prunus situated outside the Town Hall close to the High Street.
SU354353:Marsh:The Common Marsh, of about 80 acres, lies to the south of the High Street. It was granted to the Lords of the Manor in Charters of 1190 and 1200. The area is used for pasturing of cattle belonging to the Burgesses of Stockbridge. There is a swimming pool area in the fresh water to the north-west of the marsh. The grid reference given locates the approximate central point. The marsh is now owned by the National Trust. Ref: A Short History of Stockbridge.
SU354437:Building:The Post Office and Stores. Long low thatched range at right angles to road. Plastered walls with exposed timber-framing. Roof brought down as part pentice at back.
SU354437:Cottage:Chalfont Cottage. White plastered over part timber-framed and cement block walls. Slate roof. 2-storey extension to rear. Original fireplace remains.
SU354437:Cottages (2):Pounceys Cottages. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Half-hipped ridge tiled roof. Casement windows. Two panelled doors with small gabled hoods and brackets.
SU354437:House:Pounceys. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick with black tarred plinth. Hipped ridge tiled roof. Widely spaced casements. Panelled double door.
SU354437:House:The Moorings. 2 storeys with single storey wing to right. Yellow plastered walls. Thatched roof. Restored.
SU354437:Inn:The Crook and Shears. Part single storey, part 2-storey. Plastered and painted, with tarred plinth. Stepped thatched roof. L-shaped with low projecting wing to rear.
SU354438:Cottages (2):Bendles Farm Cottages. Brick range with uneven thatched roof brought down in centre to form small porch which is now bricked up. Exposed timber-framing on side gable.
SU354438:House:The Old Malt House. Brick and flint structure. Slate roof. Relics of stones on which barley was dried can be found in the garden.
SU354445:Gazebo and Garden:Rooksbury Mill. Small square block of red brickwork with some flint panels, built above a low arch across a canalised waterway. The walls extend in two directions from one corner, flint with red brick dressings, with tiled cover.
SU354446:Trees:A fine wooded slope from the chalk pit adjacent to Rooksbury Road to the old railway line.
SU354447:Battle Site:Mead Hedges. Old Salisbury-London Road. Site of Civil War 'skirmish', 1644, between Waller and a Royalist Vanguard.
SU354452:Trees:Rookwood School, Weyhill Road. Different species within the school grounds.
SU354456:Trees:Wynot Lane and Fingle Drive. An area of trees around Fingle Drive, off Wynot Lane.
SU355001:Bowl Barrow:On open forest. No visible signs remain. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE21. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 362.
SU355049:Earthworks:Open forest. Remains visible. Triple bank and ditch. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE1 Ref: Ancient Earthworks of the New Forest, pp.77-9.
SU355050:Barn:Southern barn at Great Posbrook Farm. A late medieval barn approximately thirty m. long. Weather-boarded with opposite double doors. Very steeply pitched half-hipped roof, now covered with corrugated iron. Interior has massive timbers with tie beams. Queen posts, collars and mostly arched braces.
SU355094:Tumuli (Site):Little Manor. Site visible but overgrown with trees. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE1.
SU355151:'U' Flint Scraper:Found in gravel pit. Now in Tudor House Museum.
SU355180:Cottages (2):Skidmore. 2 storey. L-shaped with C.18 addition in the angle. Built of brick with a vitreous stringcourse at first floor. The eaves are offset under a hipped old tile roof with brick chimneys, one having two diamond shafts. C.18 casement windows and later porch.
SU355210:House:No. 46. 2 storeys. Brick built with slate roof. One window bay. Wide sash windows, lower window in segmental arch. Panelled door in reeded architrave frame. Door frame ornamented with roundels, under small thin hood.
SU355210:House:No. 48. 2 storeys. Brick built with slate roof, southern bay projecting slightly. Wide sash windows in brick reveals to first floor, rubbed brick arch to ground floor window. Central panelled entrance door in reveals, with reeded architrave frame ornamented with roundels, under small flat hood.
SU355210:House:No. 84, Mill Cottage. 2 storeys, red brick, slate gabled roof. Two segmental headed windows on each floor to the left. Pair of doors in centre under plain glazed porch. The former hoist door now replaced with tall segmental headed window. Wide stable door in segmental arch. A group with Nos. 23A and 23B.
SU355210:Houses (2):Nos. 50 and 52. 2 storeys. Brick built with slate roof. One window bay to each house. Casement windows in reveals, with rubbed brick arches. Flush panelled doors, coupled in centre, under flat bracketed hood.
SU355210:Houses (4):Nos. 30 to 36. 2 storeys and basement. Brick built terrace with old tile roof. One hipped dormer and one window bay to each dwelling. Casement windows with slightly segmental arches. Approach to each pair up flight of five steps with plain wooden handrail.
SU355210:Houses (4):Nos. 38 to 44. 2 storeys. Brick built with slate roofs. One window bay to each house. Casement windows, segmental arches to ground floor windows. Panelled entrance doors in reeded architrave frames. Doorways set in segmental arches.
SU355211:Building:No. 71. 2 storeys, north side colour-washed brick, west side stuccoed, slate roof. Sash window to upper floor, shop front with central doorway on ground floor.
SU355211:Building:No. 73. 2 storeys and attic, higher slate roof than No. 71 with one flat roofed dormer. Painted brick front, sash windows to upper floor, shop window and two doors on ground floor.
SU355211:House:No. 88. Brick building of 2 storeys and attic, stucco plinth, quoins and window dressings. Old hipped tiled roof with three C.19 dormers. Sash windows, five on first floor, four on ground floor, central door with painted stone Doric doorcase, panelled door with pointed arched fanlight, five steps up to door. Single storey, plain brick stable block with segmental arched stable door to the west of the house.
SU355211:House:No. 98, Linden House. 2 storeys white brick on Portland stone plinth, slate roof. Two segmental headed windows on first floor, flanking semi-circular headed window. Two semi-circular headed windows on ground floor, central entrance with deep Roman portico of stone columns and open pediment, approached by moulded stone steps. Brick garden walls with stone coping and iron rails, set between brick piers, cast iron gates.
SU355211:Houses (3):Nos. 75-79. 2 storeys, all under the same slate roof, painted brick, sash windows, panelled doors within doorways with fluted architrave frames.
SU355212:Inn:No. 62, The Old House at Home. 2 storeys, formerly chequer brick with some timber- framing, now stuccoed, thatch roof. Two leaded casement windows on first floor. Two metal casements on ground floor. Plain wooded doors at corners. C.19 extension with slate roof. Formerly a farm house later an inn, 'The Spotted Cow'.
SU355350:House:Southside, High Street. Small 2-storey building, sash windows on upper floor and bay window on ground floor, tiled porch. Renovated.
SU355350:House:Testlea, High Street. 2 storeys hipped roof with triangular dormer at front, and two further dormers at side. Brick walls with cement-washed facade. Part of the west front has shaped wooden facia below eaves. Canopy over door.
SU355351:Building:Town Hall, High Street. A 2-storey yellow brick building, some red brickwork at rear. Wide flat eaves with slender-cut brackets fixed to soffit. Slate roof. Building surmounted by cupola containing a clock, its face dated 1810, weather vane portraying a fish above. Central tablet bears inscription and date, 'A.D. 1810, E. Cooper, Bailiff'.
SU355351:Church:St. Peter, High Street. Old tiled roof, flint building, some windows from the old church. Building completed July 1866, tower and spire added in 1887, spire recently re-tiled. Church fronted by low flat wall an wrought iron gates. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.612.
SU355351:Cottage:Fairways, High Street. Formerly the Tap Room of the Grosvenor Hotel. Roof hipped on east side and gabled on west, old tiles. Dentil frieze, colourwashed walls. Five windows including a bay window. Central door. One blind upper recessed window and one blind lower door.
SU355351:Cottage:The Manse. 2 storeys, old-tiled roof. Colour- washed brick, with added later false front.
SU355351:Cottages (2):The Cottage, High Street. Gabled slate roof. West end of house of brick and flint, whilst timber-framing is apparent at east end. Brick eaves, colourwashed front, with sash windows and Georgian style doors.
SU355351:Hotel:Sheriff House Hotel, High Street. 2 storeys, detached, old tiled hipped roof. Brick with brick and flint end walls. Five sash windows. Colourwashed frontage.
SU355351:House:Dairy Restaurant. 2 storeys, old tiled hipped roof. Dentil frieze below eaves. Three modern upper windows and two lower bay windows. Brick structure with colourwash and pebble-dash finish.
SU355351:Tree:Yew situated at the corner of the churchyard on the north side of the High Street.
SU355435:Cottage:Nos. 1 and 2, Hillside. Modernised, restored and converted into one dwelling. Flint and brick rubble with red brick dressing. Thatched roof with eaves raised over four upper windows. Plain casements.
SU355435:Farmhouse:Sackville Court Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Blue brick with red brick dressings and bands. Long ridge tiled roof, hipped at either end. Mullioned and transomed lattice casements.
SU355436:Cottage:Hope Cottage. Plastered walls with timber-framing exposed at front. Slate roof.
SU355436:Cottage:Reed Cottage. Creamwashed cement walls. Thatched roof. Lattice casements.
SU355436:Cottage:The Old Forge. Limewashed brick, partly plastered. Thatched roof. Old casements and sashes. One upper window.
SU355446:Building:Rooksbury Mill. Wider and older part of 2 storeys and attic, later north end tower attached, of 3 storeys and attic. Tile roof half-hipped at south end, brought low on east side. Red brick structure. Arched waterway at centre. Cast iron windows, some later wooden casements.
SU355454:Building:Beech Hurst House. 2 storeys, Shallow pitch slate roof. Porch on west front.
SU355454:Buildings:Rookwood School and lodges. School was originally two buildings. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Chalk walls. Lodges are 2-storeyed with iron casement windows.
SU355456:Trees:No. 25, The Avenue. All trees on the land adjoining the property.
SU355457:Trees:Nos. 17 and 19, The Avenue. All species in the property grounds.
SU355465:Enclosure (Site):Artist's Way. Ditched enclosure with smaller enclosure, hut circles and pits. No trace during excavation of the presumed route of the Roman portway. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE2. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 37.
SU355473:Trees:Knights Enham. Tree belts in an area south of Enham Lane to the river and Charlton, and north- east of the church.
SU356138:Church:St. Winfrid, Testwood. Built circa. 1930. Impressive church with austere brick exterior and unusual plan interior. Round headed windows, angle tower and saddle back roof line. Brickwork pattern overlaid with cross on its main fa‡ade. All interior wall surfaces white washed, except chapel behind alter rendered blue. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner-Lloyd), p.619.
SU356180:Ancient Site:Skidmore Farm. Possible site of deserted hamlet. O.S.A. SU31 N E24. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4., p.460.
SU356211:Building:No. 111, Romsey Police Station. Flint and red brick, with slate roofs. The main part of the building is single storey with 2-storey central part. Single storey wing, projecting forward from rest of building, has casement window with rubbed brick arch and flat arched doorway. Behind this projection the 2-storey central section has parapeted gable facing the street with stone plaque in gable. Casement windows with lattice panes, with rubbed brick arches. Arched doorway with brick dressings, door with vertical panelling. Single storey extension to east.
SU356211:House:No. 100, Beauchamp House. 2 storeys, brick, colour-washed on south side. Modern pantiled gabled roof. First floor has two sash windows and blocked centre opening. On ground floor, two windows and central doorway, doorcase with Doric pilasters and flat hood on shaped brackets.
SU356211:House:No. 93. 2 storeys, stuccoed front, old tile steeply pitched roof. Two tall sash windows on upper floor, smaller sash window on ground floor, door in moulded architrave frame.
SU356211:House:No. 95. 2 storeys and attic, much lower elevation than No. 93, possibly timber-framed, stucco front. Old tiled roof with two flat roofed dormers. Casement windows on upper floor, sliding sashes and central doorway, with flat hood, on ground floor.
SU356350:Cottage:Converted to Newsagents Shop, High Street. Colourwashed brick, tile-hung gabled roof.
SU356350:Cottages:Group of two small cottages and one shop. Slate roofs, probably originally tiled. Colour- washed facade. End wall to west has some exposed timber-framing, shop has altered frontage with modern bow windows.
SU356350:Cottages:Two cottages to the east of the Waggon and Horses, High Street. Colourwashed brick with old tiled roof. Both cottages modernised but some timber-framing on exterior of east end.
SU356350:Footpath:Right of Way to Alresford. Commences in High Street, next to the Waggon and Horses public house, continues across the field to the south of the High Street, over the north end of the Common Marsh, finally approaching the east of Stockbridge up a steep bank. Grid reference locates the start.
SU356350:Tree:Prunus situated outside the Waggon and Horses public house, on the south side of the High Street.
SU356351:Cottage:Situated in the grounds of the Old Rectory, High Street. 1 1/2 storeys, thatched roof, rendered walls, with some timber-framing. Wooden sash windows and one dormer window. Thatched porch.
SU356351:Cottage:Waterlow, High Street. Small detached cottage formerly known as The Nook, it stands along- side the stream which flows beneath the High Street. Old tiled roof hipped on east end. Upper door on east end, extension to rear.
SU356351:Hotel:Grosvenor Hotel, High Street. Prominent yellow brick building. Twelve sash windows to main building with central fan-light window. Important shaped portico supported by four Doric columns with room above, having three sash windows on shaped front and two blind at side. Fanlight above central door. Two arch-shaped brickwork recesses form another feature to the frontage. Adjacent to the main building is an east wing known as The Market Room, 2 storeys with slate roof. Arched brick-work recesses either side of central doorway. Upper storey tile-hung, sash windows. Lintel over door reads 'Market Room' in relief. The Hotel is the headquarters of the famed Houghton Fishing Club and was once owned by Tom Cannon the racehorse owner and trainer.
SU356351:House:The Old Rectory, High Street. Large detached, 2-storey house with fine old tiled roof, two chimney stacks. Three sash windows on south, upper, front and two bay windows and central door on ground floor. Standing in its own walled garden. Although named The Old Rectory it was a privately owned house and did not belong to the church. Ref: Short History of Stockbridge and its Churches.
SU356351:Tree:The Old Rectory. A weeping ash situated in the walled garden.
SU356366:House:The Grange. 2 storeys painted brick walls. Old tiled roof. Gothic type casements. Original club house of Longstock Fishing Club. Enlarged circa 1902 for use as a fishing lodge. Again enlarged in same style in 1936.
SU356367:Cottage:Poplar Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Thatched roof. lrregular casement windows. Modern rustic porch.
SU356417:Barrows (4) (Site):Barrow Hill. Ploughed out. Site under pasture. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE4. Ref: 1. Wessex from the Air, (Crawford & Keiller), p.198. Ref: 2. A.P.s R.A.F. 106G/UK/1656/4083-4.
SU356432:House:Old Rectory. Enlarged in the C.19. Stuccoed facade with red brick garden facade to rear. Hipped slate roof. Columned porch. Sash windows. Core probably C.17.
SU356436:Church:All Saints. Very wide nave, and double chancel arch. West tower of 1578, brick south porch rebuilt in 1967. Several late restorations. Font 1629, Jacobean pulpit. O.S.A. No .SU34 SE17. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.631.
SU356436:Enclosures (3) (Site):North-west of Cowdown Farm. Finds include pot boilers, Roman tile and brick, and Romano- British coarse ware sherds. Enclosures now completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE17. Ref: Wessex from the Air, (Crawford and Keiller), p.106.
SU356446:Trees:Rooksbury. Several large groups of trees around Rooksbury Mill and Rooksbury Farm. The grid reference given locates an approximate centre point.
SU356449:Trees:Nos. 15 and 17, Newton Close. Two pines in the garden of No. 15 and one pine on the boundary of No. 17.
SU356460:Railway Station:Andover Station. Symmetrical front. 2 storeys. Hipped slate roof. Red brick walls, with stucco features. Upper windows have architraves with keystones. Entrance has simple moulded cornice on carved brackets and plain architrave.
SU356465:Habitation Site:Artist's Way. Several Saxon house remains of pottery, bone combs etc., found within Iron Age/Romano-British settlement site. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 36, pp.161-180.
SU356495:Inn:Hare and Hounds. Built by Stephen Holdway between 1822 and 1850 as a beer house. A detached 2-storey brick and flint structure with a slate roof. Two bay windows and sash windows in wooden frames.
SU356495:Roman Road:Hungerford Lane. The road runs diagonally across the parish between the two grid references given. It is a section of Roman Road No. 43, running from Winchester to the junction with Ermine Street (RR41) near Warnborough. The road formed an important route from Winchester and the channel ports to the large Roman centre at Cirencester.
SU356499:Farmhouse:Charlton Down Farm. 2 storeys rising to 2 1/2 storeys at end section of building. Brick built with a pattern of vitrified headers on end wall. Thatched roof with central chimney. Wooden casement windows with brick arches and wooden lintels.
SU356558:House:Upton Manor. Restored Georgian manor house, with very welI matched C. 19 extension at left end. 2 storeys. Blue brick with red brick dressings. Hipped tiled roof. Sash windows, those on ground floor with ornamental carved brick lintels. Centre panelled door with raised arched pediment on scroll brackets. Built on possible site of Upton - (a grange of Beaulieu Abbey). Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.330-1.
SU357016:Bowl Barrow:On open forest. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE19. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 362.
SU357135:Trees:Trees within the grounds of No. 49, Salisbury Road, Totton.
SU357146:Trees:Testwood Estate, Totton. Belt of mixed conifers and hardwoods on land to south west of Great Testwood House.
SU357211:Building:No. 123. Possibly once a chapel. 2 storeys, slate roof with gable facing street, painted brick in upper part of gable, red brick with grey headers below. Two semi-circular windows with Gothic glazing on first floor. Shop front with central doorway on ground floor.
SU357211:Houses (5):Nos. 113-121. 2 storeys and cellar, slate roof, main front of red brick. Sash windows to each house. Semi-circular headed doorways are approached by flights of four steps, most with iron handrails. South west side wall is slate hung with one tall semi-circular headed staircase window in centre, and smaller windows above.
SU357211:Trees:The Harrage. Trees of various species within the curtilage of the property.
SU357212:Inn:The Bishop Blaize. 2 storeys and attic with two hipped dormers, tile gabled roof, painted brick. First floor has three casement windows. Ground floor has later projection with slate roof, sash windows and central door. Taller single storey extension at east end with slate gabled roof. Plaque dated 1708 on house.
SU357229:Stables:Greatbridge House. Red brick block with arched radiating windows.
SU357308:Cottage:Hayes Cottage, Romsey Road. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows and doors.
SU357308:Cottage:Middle Cottage. 1 1/2 storeys, a small cottage adjoining Thatched Cottage, timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Thatched roof .
SU357308:Cottage:Thatched Cottage, Romsey Road. 1 1/2 storeys, timber-framed, rendered and colourwashed white. Recently renovated and extended to left. Thatched roof extended to sweep down over new porch. Shutters to one ground floor window.
SU357309:Cottage:Pear Tree Cottage, Romsey Road. 2 storeys, brick walls, slate roof. Central door with lattice porch. Arched window on first floor above door.
SU357309:Cottage:September Cottage, 1 1/2 storeys, cob waIIs, thatched roof. Casement windows. Porch.
SU357309:House:Yew Tree Cottage. 2 storeys, flint with red and yellow brick, horizontal and vertical bands. Casement windows. Small circular window with coloured glass on first floor.
SU357331:Enclosure:South of Marsh Court. Large sub-rectangular ditched enclosure, with groups of pits and smaller ditches. Clear areas possibly road lines, all suggesting a site of occupation. Land under cultivation. Site recorded on aerial photographs.
SU357336:House:Marsh Court. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1901 as a private residence, further addition in 1926. Built of local materials, chalk clunch, black flint and red brick, in Tudor style. It is sited on the spur of a hill, the house is supported by a series of terraces, linked by a flight of steps. The north front in an E-form, with mullioned and transomed windows, the upper ones almost as a continuous band beneath the high, hipped, tiled roof. Tall ornate curved brick chimneys. Gabled entrance porch, with tunnel-vault interior, the roof inset with chequered pattern of chalk blocks and tile. Important gardens also designed by Lutyens. Now a private school. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.312.
SU357346:Cotage:Manor Farm Cottage. A 2-storey timber- framed cottage standing in its own garden. Thatched roof, two chimney stacks. Colourwashed, south-facing front, timber-framing apparent on front, east and west ends. Two upper casement windows below shaped eaves. Three casement windows and door on ground floor.
SU357350:House:Romany, High Street. 2 storeys, colourwashed brick, dentil frieze below eaves. Old tile hipped roof. Two casement windows facing the High Street, main entrance on east side.
SU357350:Houses (2):Marsh Meadow and Jacob's House, High Street. Originally one 2-storey house, colourwashed brick, old-tiled hipped roof, dentil frieze below eaves. AII C.19 upper casement windows have portions of coloured glass. Marsh Meadow, the east portion, is a butcher's shop, with pebble-dash finish. C.19 extension with interesting coach house door. The west portion, Jacob's House is an antique shop, has the only remaining period, bow-fronted window in Stockbridge. Two old period doors on the west side of the house.
SU357350:Inn:The Vine Inn. 3 storeys, colourwashed brick. Old tiled hipped roof. Two upper casement windows, five sash windows below and two large bay windows on ground floor. Lettering situated behind wrought-iron inn-sign reads, WRS 1749. C. 19 2-storey extension on west side, slate hung.
SU357351:Cottage:Co-operative Shop, High Street. Old tiled roof gabled ends, colourwashed brick front. Shop front on part of ground floor.
SU357351:Cottages (2):Kendall and adjoining cottage, High Street. Colourwashed brick front, with slate-hung roof hipped at east end. Flint and brick east wall. Modern windows and doors.
SU357351:Cottages (2):Riverside, High Street. Old tiled roof, hipped on west side, gabled on east. Red brick frontage, ends of house in flint and brick. Small casement windows, and one bay window. One old door, one modern. Some alterations.
SU357457:Trees:Croye House School, The Avenue. The different species within the boundaries of the property.
SU357531:Farmhouse:Pill Heath Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Limewashed plaster structure. Tiled roof. Modernised.
SU357551:House:The Malt House, Upton. Believed to be about 200 years old, but daub construction on some walls may indicate a greater age. Three front bays extending over both storeys with large windows. Topped at eaves with pitched roofs which were added at a later date. The rear lime-washed original elevation has small windows.
SU357558:Farm Buildings:Upton Manor. Picturesque range flanking main entrance drive. Flint with brick dressings, weatherboarded, tiled and partly thatched. Mostly modern, restored or rebuilt.
SU358056:Bowl Barrow:East of Steephill Bottom. No visible trace remains. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p. 360.
SU358057:Bowl Barrow:North of Bishop of Winchester Purlieu. 15.0m. diameter and 1.0m. high. Surrounded by a ditch. Large central mutilation forms a saucer-shaped depression. Heather covered, rabbit mutilated. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU358059:Barrow:Open Forest. Small round barrow 8.5m. diameter 0.5m. high. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE7.
SU358065:Bowl Barrow:Black Down. 15.0m. diameter. 0.8m. height. Gorse-covered and mutilated by rabbits. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p. 360.
SU358154:Site of Special Scientific Interest:Part of the Eling and Bury Marshes lies to the south west of the parish. This is an area of salt marshes and associated mudflats, an important roosting and feeding area for waders in the Southampton Water. Bury Marsh, being ungrazed, supports a mixed plant community and is, probably, the only remaining natural locality in Britain for the American smooth cord-grass.
SU358156:Farmhouse:Manor House Farm. Built of brick on a stone plinth, with hipped old tile roof. Three bay front with C.18 windows. Central doorway has Greek Doric porch approached by three stone steps. Brick and stone garden walls.
SU358164:House:Nursling House. Formerly the Rectory. 2 storeys and attic, built in header brickwork with stone string course at first floor level, brick parapet with stone coping. Hipped mansard old tile roof with three dormer windows. Central doorcase has Coriinthian columns and open pediment. Dated 1778 on rain water pipe.
SU358181:Walled Garden (Site):Represents the remains of Lee Park and Lee House as shown on Taylor's map of 1759. In 1718, John Nowes, the owner of Lee House bequeathed all his property for the education of the poor in Romsey and Lee was sold to Lord Palmerston, becoming part of the Broadlands Estate. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE42. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.460.
SU358210:Houses (2):Nos. 23A and 23B. L-shaped building, front to 23A faces west, No. 23B faces south. No. 23A is of 2 storeys with attic, red brick with old tile gabled roof, with two flat roofed dormers. Three sash windows with segmental heads to first floor, two to ground floor. Central door in moulded Doric doorcase, with pediment. No. 23B is in two sections, red brick with some vitreous heads. Old tile roofs, the western part higher. Angular bay projects through both floors. Eastern part has two sash windows to first floor. On ground floor, porch with wooden boarded sides and sloping slate roof, and two segmental headed casement windows.
SU358211:Houses (3):Nos. 3-7. Terrace of three 2-storey houses, stuccoed with slate roofs. On first floor, sash windows in reveals, drip moulds to Nos. 3 and 5. Doric entrance porches.
SU358307:Tree:Recreation Ground. A single sycamore standing in the south-west corner of the ground.
SU358309:Cottage:Crown Hill Cottage, Romsey Road. 1 1/2 storeys, timber-framed, thatch roof, square-cut around upper windows. Brick infilling colourwashed white. Small casement windows. Thatched porch.
SU358309:Trees:Winton Cottage, Romsey Road. Beech, chestnut and wellingtonia, in the garden of the above property.
SU358348:Tree:To the south of The Vine public house, a young walnut tree.
SU358348:Trees:To the east of former railway line, now a road, a group of prunus.
SU358349:Trees:Manor Farmhouse. A yew and an acacia in the garden.
SU358350:Buildings:King's Head House, Station Approach. Cottages and shop, High Street. Interesting old tiled hipped roof. Three dormer windows to central house. Cluster of four ornate chimneys to east end. Middle house and shop has later colour-washed fa‡ade. King's Head House, formerly an inn, is 2-storeys brick built, with a later C.18 extension to left. Window arches in rubbed red bricks. Large open porch with altered central double doors.
SU358350:Cottage and Barn:The Malthouse Cottage, High Street. 2 storeys, Colourwashed brick, old tiled roof, dentil frieze below eaves. Gable on east side. Five casement windows and door facing the High Street. C.19 slate-hung addition on west side. Long barn at rear, and evidence of drying kiln.
SU358350:Cottage:Hero Cottage, High Street. 2 storeys, colour- washed brick. Old tiled roof. Two upper windows; on ground floor one sash window and one bay window, tiled above.
SU358350:Cottage:Railway Cottage, High Street. Faces east originally along side the railway. 2 storeys, front colourwashed white, partly tile-hung. Wall to road shows evidence of early upper window, now contains later sash window, two sash windows on ground floor. Renovated.
SU358350:Cottages (3):Eiston, Ewing and The Homestead, High Street. Group of three brick cottages, hipped slate roof, dentil frieze below eaves. Frontage much altered, though middle cottage retains old sash windows.
SU358350:House:Trafalgar House, HighStreet. 3-storeyed Regency House. Hipped slate roof. Colour-washed front. Two dormer windows, two interesting bow-fronted bay windows on ground floor. Central door within porch. The rear of this house and Hero Cottage next door have interesting old tile roof lines, suggesting that Trafalgar House was built onto a much earlier structure.
SU358350:Tree:New Street. A single yew tree, retained and incorporated into new development.
SU358369:Building:The School House. Built 1867 as school for 80 children. Brick structure. Pointed windows. School closed 1924 and building now converted into dwelling house.
SU358369:Cottages (3):Nos. 26, 27 and 28, Longstock. Single storey and attic. Brick structure. Old tiled roof. Small lattice casement windows. Large fireplaces and chimneys built at each end. Interiors renovated.
SU358369:Farmhouse:Upper Manor Farmhouse. Enlarged in the C. 18 and much altered in the C. 19. 2 storeys, brick structure. Old tiled roof. Irregular casement windows. Modern outbuildings.
SU358370:Church:St. Mary. Built between 1830-1837 in Early English and decorated styles. Flint structure. North-west tower with octagonal shingled broach spire. Chancel arch with lily and rose capitals. Some mediaeval tiles behind the altar.
SU358370:House:The Vicarage. 2 storeys. Painted brick walls. Wide flat eaves. Hipped slate roof. Doorcase with Doric pilasters. Sash windows.
SU358370:Trees:Churchyard and Vicarage Garden. Two groups of trees, including a ginko in the churchyard.
SU358433:Farmhouse:Norman Court. Recast and restored in the C.19. Blue brick with red brick dressings, plinth and band. 2 storeys. Hipped tiled roof with three C.19 gabled dormers. Victorian central pedimented doorway.
SU358434:Bridge:Adjacent Fishing Cottage. Small cast iron bridge over the River Ann. Consists of two flat spans with ornamental trellis arches. Cast at the Waterloo Iron Works which is situated within the parish. Completely restored and repaired in 1979.
SU358457:Trees:No. 1, Bishop's Way. Many different species on land adjoining the property.
SU358458:Trees:Bishop's Way. Many groups and single trees in the gardens of houses along the road.
SU358551:Farmhouse and Barn:Upton Farm House, Upton. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Hipped tiled roof. Lattice casements with centre recessed brick panels on first floor. Gabled brick porch. Large thatched barn to left of house.
SU359042:Mesolithic Site:On line of Bishops Dyke. Flints and Pot Boilers, found. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE2. Ref. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 240.
SU359044:Bowl Barrow:On boundary of Bishops Dyke. 14m. diameter by 0.4m. high. Holloway crosses south east side. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE4.
SU359129:House:Nos. 90 and 92, Rumbridge Street. Red brick house with later alterations, divided into two. C.19. 2 storeys. Half-hipped tiled roof. Slender columned porches, that of No. 92 probably the original entrance. Sash and casement windows to rear. Formerly Old Rumbridge Manor House. A Manor House existed here from C.15.
SU359134:Hand Axe:Found in spoil from construction of new round-about in 1969. Now in private ownership. O.S.A. No. SU31 SE 16.
SU359164:Church:St. Boniface, Nursling. Restored by Street in 1881 and by Kinnear Tarte in 1890. Nave, chancel, south transept and tall shingled steeple, C.14 traceried windows. Interior has Jacobean pulpit, canopied tomb to Sir Richard Mille, 1613, and large tablet to Thomas Knollys of Grove Place, 1751. Church may be of Saxon origin. The churchyard contains a cedar tree which was planted in 1847 to commemorate the consecration of an extension to the churchyard. Ref: 1. Buildings of England, Hampshire and I.O.W. (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.361. Ref: 2. A Short History of Nursling (Crawford). Ref: 3. Nursling by the Sea (Porter).
SU359164:Gravestone:St. Boniface Church. This gravestone is set into the east wall of the church and records that Margaret Reeves died on February 14th 1730/31, this is a rare example of dual dating, this was due to the fact that England, being Protestant, was out of step with the Catholic countries of Europe who were following Papal instructions issued in 1582, that New Year's Day would be on the 1st January not the 25th March. Britain changed to the new dating system in 1752. Ref: Hampshire Magazine, Jan. 1978 (Amey) p.54.
SU359165:Trees:Sycamore, scots pine, yew trees and one cedar tree situated within St. Boniface Churchyard.
SU359166:Monastery (Site):North of St. Boniface Church. Suspected site of the monastery where St. Boniface spent many years prior to 718AD when he commenced his missionary work to establish the Early Church in Europe. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE49. Ref: 1. A Short History of Nursling, (Crawford) pp.12 and 13. Ref: 2. Hampshire Magazine, June 1980 (Saunders) pp.47 and 48.
SU359169:Pottery and Animal Bones:Found in disused gravel pit north of St. Boniface Church, Nursling. Site now under grass. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE 12. Ref: A Short History of Nursling, 1948 (Crawford).
SU359199:Hollow Way:North east of Broadlands Farm. Tree-lined trackway averaging 9.0m wide and 2.0m deep, now being used as a rubbish tip. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE5.
SU359210:Tollhouse:Gunville Gatehouse. 3-bay single storey, brick toilhouse with projecting hexagonal central bay, red tile roof. Observation windows and doorway with wooden porch in projecting bay. White painted cross hatching to rectangular windows.
SU359213:House:No. 69, Fern Side. Red brick 2-storey building in two parallel ranges, Mansard old tile roof. First floor has central sash window with semi- circular heads and a Palladian window either side. Palladian windows on ground floor with central door in doorcase of Doric pilasters and moulded cornice.
SU359309:School:Primary School, Romsey Road. Single storey, slate roof. Flint with red brick quoins and window dressings. Road facade has two angular bay windows with flat roofs.
SU359310:Inn:The Crown, Romsey Road. 1 1/2 storeys. Timber-framed with brick infilling, colourwashed white. Thatched roof, swept over upper casement windows. Sash windows to ground floor. Wooden panelled door with flat hood.
SU359349:House:Manor Farmhouse. Large detached 2-storey building standing in its own walled garden commanding important position on east side of Stockbridge. Hipped old tile roof, attic window on west side. Brick and stone built west side, much altered. Colourwashed false front facing east, probably added in C.19, sash windows and two doors.
SU359350:Church and Churchyard:Ancient Church of St. Peter. Built in C.12 incorporating part of an earlier Saxon chapel, mentioned in the Domesday Book. Not a parish church, but a field-chapel. The church was closed when the new St. Peter's was built in 1866, but it was not entirely demolished, and this remaining portion was renovated and re-sanctified in1963. The altar is a C.17 oak communion table. Painted on the walls are two Royal ciphers, one dated 1588. The original C.12 oak, studded door with strap hinges and ring handle is fixed onto the south interior wall. The churchyard is surrounded by an old low flint and stone wall. It contains many fine tomb stones and has been planted with lime trees. Ref: 1. A Short History of Stockbridge and its Churches. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.612.
SU359350:Church:St. Peter. Mentioned in the Domesday Book. Robert, Earl of Gloucester, half brother of the Empress Matilda found sanctuary here in 1141. From 1204 to 1536 the church was part of the endowment granted to Mottisfont Priory.
SU359350:Hotel:The White Hart Hotel. Interesting much altered building with adjoining stables at rear. A 2-storey building in three parts. The rear two sections have hipped roofs and are tile-hung, old timber-framing on east side. The C.19 front portion is a single storey projection, with four sash windows, supported by five Doric columns. This part of the building has hipped slate roof. Tile-hung walls. Front ground floor altered and extended, with modern windows fitted.
SU359350:Tree:White Hart Hotel. A large walnut situated in the rear garden.
SU359350:Trees:St. Peter's Church. A group of trees consisting of two sycamore, a yew and an avenue of limes, in the churchyard.
SU359370:Cottages:Farm Cottages (opposite church). 2 storeys. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roofs. lrregular casement windows. Picturesque outbuildings.
SU359371:Building:The Old Post Office. 2 storeys, timber-framed, brick infilling and facing, some knapped flint at rear. Irregular casement windows. Two front doorways. Thatched roof, the rear sloping down to ground floor level. Possibly originally two cottages.
SU359371:Cottage:Adjacent on north to cottage opposite the Peat Spade public house. 2-storey detached cottage. Timber-framing with brick infilling, north end, flint with brick quoins. Casement windows. Thatched roof.
SU359371:Cottage:Opposite the Old Post Office. 2 storeys, timber- framed. Thatched roof, with pentice extension at rear. Two brick chimneys.
SU359371:Cottage:Opposite the Peat Spade public house. 2 storeys, timber-framed, brick infilling, partly rendered. Thatched roof, pentice to ground floor level at north end. Irregular casement windows.
SU359371:Cottages:Nos. 1 and 2, Church Cottages. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with brick infilling and facing, some painted. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Single storey extension to right, with steep tiled roof.
SU359433:Farm Buildings:Norman Court. Large range of restored farm buildings and stabling, surrounding courtyard. Large barn, once thatched, possibly C.18. Garden wall, formerly thatched, now tiled.
SU359457:House:No. 4. Symmetrical front of 2 storeys and attic. Tile roof. Stucco walling with parapet, stone sills and plinth. Sash windows. Doric doorcase with open pediment. Arched doorway with panelled reveals, fanlight over 6-panelled door.
SU359551:Barn:College Farm, Upton. Large weatherboarded structure with centre hipped waggon entrance and thatched roof. L-shape with single storey wing bordering road,.
SU359551:Cottage:The Old Cottage, Upton. Restored. Flint rubble with brick dressings. Long thatched roof with small dormers.
SU359552:House:Rushdown House, Upton. 2 storeys, flint rubble and red brick bands. Thatched roof. Wood casements. Central panelled door.
SU359553:Cottage:Greenfields, Upton. Flint and brick structure. Thatched roof.
SU359553:House:Greenfields, Upton. Single storey and two small upper windows. Flint with brick dressings. Thatched roof.
SU359554:Cottage:Rose Cottage, Upton. Small colourwashed flint structure, one end timber-framed. Thatched roof.
SU359558:Settlement:Farm Copse. Near circular earthwork comprising ditch and traces of inner and outer bank. Partly destroyed by ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU35 NE3.
SU360065:Bowl Barrow:Yew Tree Heath. 26.0m. diameter. 2.5m. high. Surrounded by a ditch. Mutilated by old central crater. Gorse-covered. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU360127:'U' Flint Arrow and Spearheads:Found in 1890 in Eling Recreation ground when it was Tamiands Gravel Pit. Now in Tudor House Museum. O.S.A. No. SU31 SE7.
SU360141:Trees:Lime trees at Testwood Park, Totton. Centred on grid reference.
SU360179:Ancient Site:Lee. Possible site of deserted hamlet. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE7. Ref: V.C. H., Vol. 4., p.p.452, 460.
SU360211:Trees:Southampton Road. Several trees of different species standing to rear of Southampton Road, including a giant redwood, oak, ash and sycamore and two groups of cypress.
SU360213:Hospital (Site):Winchester Road. St. Mary Magdalene and St. Anthony's hospital was founded for lepers and paupers in 1317 and dissolved in 1539. Exact site not known. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE23. Ref: 1. Mediaeval Religious Houses, (Knowles and Hadcock), p.302. Ref: 2. Records of Romsey Abbey, (Liveling), p.204.
SU360233:Trees:Belbins/Sandy Lane. Groups of trees and a considerable number of areas of trees including ash, beech, birch, hawthorn and oak. Centred on grid reference.
SU360308:Farmhouse:Palace Farm. Now converted into two houses, Old Palace Farm and Old Palace Lodge. Coursed flint walls, old tiled roof. Almost entirely modernised internally and externally.
SU360308:Manor House (Site):John of Gaunt's Palace. South of the church. In 1362 the manor passed to the wife of John of Gaunt, then in 1399 to the Crown. Described in 1591 as a 'verey fayer and anncyent house'. Tradition says the present building is on the site of the stables. O.S.A. No. SU33 SE7.
SU360309:Church:St. Peter and St. Paul. Extensively restored in 1885. Flint structure with stone quoins. Tiled roof. Gabled porch. Priest's effigy under C.14 recess in chancel. Fine C.13 font of Purbeck marble on nine shafts. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.312.
SU360309:Manor House (Site):John of Gaunt's Palace, now called Palace Farm. Fragments of flint walling still visible. Two massive parallel banks west of the site - purpose unknown. O.S.A. No. SU33 SE7. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), p.226. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.470-2.
SU360309:Mound:St. Peter and St. Paul's Churchyard. Steep-sided, somewhat flat-topped circular mound. Purpose unknown, but may have been an archery butt. O.S.A. No. SU33 SE9. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, (1911), p.470. Ref: 2. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), p.226.
SU360310:Barn:Parsonage Farm, Stockbridge Road. Eight bays, with weatherboarded sides and corrugated iron roof replacing original thatch.
SU360310:Farmhouse:Parsonage Farm, Stockbridge Road. Brick structure, old tile roof. C.19 windows. Trellis porch.
SU360310:House:Yew Tree House, Romsey Road, adjoining the Crown Inn. 1 1/2 storeys, timber-framed with colourwashed white brick infilling. Thatched roof, hooded over small upper windows. Lattice window panes. Large clipped yew in front garden.
SU360310:Memorial:War Memorial on Village Green designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Tall white column, shaped into a cross at the top.
SU360311:House:Goose Hill, Stockbridge Road. Formerly The King's Arms public house. 2 storeys, white- painted brick walls. Old tile roof. Panelled central door.
SU360312:House:Fromans, Stockbridge Road. 2 storeys. Timber- framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Front has half-hipped gable at one end. Irregular casement windows on first floor. Early C.19 window and modern entrance on ground floor. Cob and tiled garden walls.
SU360350:Cottages:Group of cottages and garage, London Road. Long old tiled roof, hipped at south end. 2- storey building, walls of upper storey tile-hung interspaced by small casement windows and timber-framing. Colourwashed brick and flint lower storey. Porches tile-hung. Portion of building at south end used as a garage. Cottage at north end recently restored and new bow-fronted ground floor window inserted.
SU360350:House:Seven Gables. Large detached 3-storey house of mellow brickwork, standing in its own grounds, surrounded by low brick wall. Old tile hipped roof with two dormer windows on north side, two blind windows on second storey, other windows leaded casements.
SU360350:House:Trevena, Winchester Hill. Detached 2-storey building, double gables on north of old tile roof. Four bay windows on north side, two in upper storey and two on ground floor.
SU360350:House:Winton House, Winchester Hill. 2 storeys, colourwashed, north front dated 1771. One bay window and two sash windows in upper storey and one bay and one sash window on ground floor with central door.
SU360350:House:Wynhill, Winchester Hill. 3 storeys, slate hung. Over-hanging bay window on second storey, north side. Interesting coach entrance also on north side.
SU360350:Tree:Seven Gables. An ash in the garden.
SU360351:Cottage:A thatched cottage end on to the road, facing south. Gable end wall to the road has twelve rows of interesting shaped hanging tiles. Building colourwashed white. Modern windows. Wooden plank door.
SU360351:Cottage:Ada Cottage. 2 storeys, flint and brick walls, old tiled roof, with one triangular dormer window. Frontage is of red brick probably late C.19.
SU360353:Trees:Fine group of beech, situated on woodland bank to the east of London Road.
SU360372:Cottage:No. 17, Longstock. Quaint timber-framed structure, with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Modernised.
SU360372:Cottage:The Old Farmhouse, formerly the village shop. Dated 1743. 2 storeys, brick structure. Thatched roof. Contemporary casement windows.
SU360373:Cottage:St. Catherines Cottage, No. 13, Longstock. 2 storeys, brick and flint structure. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows and doors.
SU360373:Cottage:St. Davids Cottage, No. 14, Longstock. Old flint, chalk and brick structure end on to road. Thatched roof.
SU360373:Cottages (2):Nos. 15 and 16, Longstock. Symmetrical pair of 2-storey cottages. Yellowed brick and flint walls, thatch roof. Irregular casements windows with C.19 lattice pane casements.
SU360373:Farmhouse:Charity Farmhouse. 2storeys. Buiitcirca with later additions and alterations. Brick walls. Old tiled roof. Casement windows. Entrance door with small porch.
SU360418:Cottage:Goodworth Clatford Cottage. Restored. Creamwashed stucco structure. Stands end on with blank buttressed wall abutting road. Exposed timber-work in the attic. Garden fa‡ade of 2 storeys with thatched roof and modern lattice casements. Ornamental screen wall lines the road.
SU360419:Cottage:The Cottage. Creamwashed flint and brick structure. Single storey with small upper window. Plain casements. Weatherboard wing to rear.
SU360420:Cottage:Queen Anne Cottage. 2 storeys. Square timber- framing with whitewashed brick infilling. Thatched roof. Two original flat oriel windows on first floor. Later extensions to rear.
SU360425:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage. At right angles with blank gable towards road and thatched roof brought down as pentice at far end. Garden facade has two small upper windows. Trellis porch.
SU360426:Buildings:Green Meadows. 2-storey original mill building to left spanning the water. Red brick structure. Tiled roof. Three large modern lattice casements. Adjoining mill house a red brick building with blue headers and ridge tiled roof.
SU360427:Farm Building:North-west of Green Meadow. Thatched wagon store, with open sides.
SU360453:Trees:Blue Hayes, Western Road. All species within the boundaries of the property.
SU360453:Trees:The Elms, Salisbury Road. Various species retained from the former garden of The Elms, now incorporated into the housing development.
SU360454:Trees:No. 14, Western Road. Many trees in front of the property.
SU360457:Building:St. John's Hospital. 2 storeys, symmetrical facade. Slate roof, pediment/gable over slightly projecting centre piece. Red brick upper part, rubbed flat arches. Eaves fascia following the gable, panel in gable is dated 1836. Stucco lower walling. Rusticated pattern with arched openings. Sashes in reveals with radiating glazing bars in the arches on ground floor. Plain doorway.
SU360458:Tree:No. 83, Junction Road. A single sycamore on land to the rear of the property.
SU360470:Founders Hoard:Sheppards Springs. Hoard comprising pieces of leaf-shaped rapiers, large winged spearheads and long ferrules and chapes, found in water cress beds. Finds now in Winchester Museum. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE1.
SU360489:Trees:Little Biigrove Copse. Woodland copse.
SU360552:Cottage:Garden Cottage, Upton. Brick and flint struc- ture. Thatched roof. Embodies former malt-house now restored, with tiled roof.
SU360552:Cottage:The Old Crook and Shears, Upton. Single storey and dormers. Flint with brick bands and dressings. Thatched roof. Originally an inn.
SU360552:House:The Cottage. Dated 1617, originally a farm-house. Single storey and attic with thatched eaves cut back over three upper windows. Long ridge thatched roof. Flint with brick dressings. Two early C.19 splayed bays with sashes. Modern thatched porch.
SU361007:Bowl Barrow (Site):On open forest. Excavated 1941. No visible signs remain. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE19. Ref: Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, Vol. 9, pp.1-27.
SU361021:Bowl Barrow:On open forest. 11.5 m diameter and 1.1 m in height. Ditched. Heather and furze covered. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE13. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p. 362.
SU361119:Kiln Site:Discovered in 1969 during alterations to Marchwood by-pass. Material and 25 ins plan in Gods House Museum, Southampton. O.S.A. No. SU31 SE15.
SU361177:House:Lee Manor House. 2 storeys. Symmetrical brick block with C.19 alterations under an old tile roof. It has flanking rectangular bays under hipped roofs. Mullioned upper casements, C.19 sash windows to ground floor. Lower wing with one dormer to left.
SU361220:Building:To the south of New House Farm. 3-bay cruck building, originally open hall but with inserted chimney stack and first floor to centre bay in late C.16. One end bay floored over in C.19 but the other still only single storey. External walls now roughcast over C.18 brickwork windows are mainly late C.17 and C.18 casements with wrought iron opening lights. The roof, which was originally thatched is now covered with corrugated iron. Last used for a barn/store, to be restored in 1984 to a dwelling.
SU361223:Trees:Oxlease Farm. A group of twenty eight poplar trees on land between the farm and Romsey barge canal.
SU361310:House:The Old Vicarage, Old Vicarage Lane. 3 storeys and attic. Brick walls in header bond, old tile roof. Sash windows, original glass to those on first floor. Double flight of stone steps with first landing forming a mounting block, steps continue as a central flight to second landing with central entrance door with C.18 Doric porch. Railings to the steps. Mathematical tiles added to part of rear elevation.
SU361312:Cottage:Rosemary Cottage, Stockbridge Road. 2 storeys, brick with timber framework at first floor level, colourwashed white, half-hipped thatched roof.
SU361321:Cottage:Flint Cottage. Plastered walls. Thatched roof with eaves raised over four small upper windows.
SU361372:Earthwork:Charity Farm, The Moat. Rectangular earthwork comprising bank and ditch enclosing three sides of a square, the fourth side being formed by the river Test. Probably a Danish Dock and likey to be related to the fighting in this area in 1016 between Edmund Ironside and Cnut. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE9. Ref: Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), pp.142-5 and 381.
SU361374:Cottage:No. 10, Longstock. 2 storeys, flint walls, with pattern of brick squares. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Central door.
SU361374:Cottage:No. 8, Longstock. 2 storeys. Brick with flint panels. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows. Modernised.
SU361374:Cottage:No. 9, Longstock. 2 storeys, tirnber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows.
SU361374:Cottages (3):Nos. 11, 11A, and 12, Longstock. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Modernised.
SU361375:Cottage:Corner Cottage, No. 6, Longstock. 2 storeys, brick facade. Timber-framed gable ends with brick infilling, Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows.
SU361420:Cottages (4):Nos. 1-4, Mead View. Formerly The Barracks. Plastered walls, tiled roofs, restored.
SU361420:House:Fordacre. 2 storeys, red brick with blue headers. Thatched roof. Three widely spaced casement windows. C.19 brick porch.
SU361420:House:Forsythia. 2 storeys, plastered walls, thatched roof. Casement windows. Victorian red brick addition to left with slate roof and gabled dormer.
SU361421:Cottage:Nos. 1 and 2, Camberley Cottages. Restored to form one dwelling, architectural features maintained in restoration. Plastered walls, roof of new tiles.
SU361421:Cottage:Pickhurst Cottage. Limewashed plaster with exposed timber-framing in the attic and pentice. Thatched roof with eaves raised over three upper windows. Panelled door and small rustic thatched porch.
SU361421:Cottages (2):Nos. 1 and 2, Camberley Cottages. Plastered walls. No. 1 with tiled roof. No. 2 thatched with two upper windows and continuous pentice to rear.
SU361421:Cottages (2):Tea Tree and Shamrock. Rebuilt as two tiled buildings using old beams from demolished cottages.
SU361421:Farmhouse:Lower Clatford Farmhouse. Now converted into 2 dwellings. Limewashed plaster and roughcast structure. Thatched roof with eaves raised over two upper windows. Modern tiled addition to left with hipped dormer. Single storey slate-roofed farm building to the right.
SU361422:Cottage:Baldwins. Formerly a shop. Plastered walls with cement plinth, tiled roof.
SU361424:Cottage:Marigold. Plastered walls, thatched roof. Upper windows on rear garden facade restored.
SU361424:Cottage:Thatchings. Formerly three cottages, now converted into one. Brick with exposed timber-framing and partly flint rubble. Thatched roof with eaves raised over three upper windows.
SU361424:Cottages (2):Nos. 1 and 2, Laurel Cottages. 2 storeys, thatched roof. End to left has thatch brought down as pentice over weatherboarded store. Slate roof at end to right which has rear extension.
SU361425:Cottage:Goodworth Cottage. Plastered walls, thatched roof, casement windows, covered porch.
SU361426:Barn:East of Green Meadow. Large thatched weather- boarded structure with pentice roof towards road and recessed wagon entrance. L-shape with modern tiled wing to rear.
SU361444:Trees:The Hive, Wellesley Road. All varieties within the boundaries of the property.
SU361481:Church:St. Michael and All Angels. Narrow church of Norman origin, but with mainly C.13 features. Tile roof, shingled bell turret with spire. Cement rendered externally. C.19 vestry is flint with stone dressings. C.17 porch, timber-framed on low wall. Norman font. East window is modern triple lancet. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.314.
SU361552:House:Upton House, Upton. 2 storeys. Limewashed flint and brick dressings. Ridge thatched roof. Centre panelled door. Later slate-roofed addition to rear. Possibly C.18.
SU361581:Manor House:The Manor. 3 storeys, red tiled roof with dormers. Red brick structure, tile hung on upper storeys. Central porch with stone pilasters supporting a lead hood. The house consists of forty two rooms and was built in 1907, incorporating the earliest form of double glazing. Ballroom added to the rear of the house in 1935.
SU362082:Bowl Barrow:West of Foxhill Farm. 1.5m. in diameter. 0.7m. high. Surrounding ditch. Gorse-covered large central mutilation. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE2. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.360.
SU362129:Trees:South of Totton by-pass near Fisher's Road.
SU362145:Mill:Testwood Mill. Single storey, brick structure with tiled roof. Decorative tower resembling a church tower originally housed a water tank. Now only wheel is intact, all other machinery removed. Ref: A Gazetteer of Water, Wind and Tidemills of Hampshire, (Ellis), p.136.
SU362164:Farmhouse:Manor Farmhouse. 2-storey brick building with old tile roof. Windows set in architrave frames, panelled central door also in architrave surround, set in lattice porch.
SU362199:Lodge:Ashfield Lodge. Built 1870 in elaborate Tudor style. 2 storeys. L-shaped. The core of the house is of small red bricks, the basement being of diapered brick and the first floor level part-timbered with moulded plasterwork. The jettied gables are tile hung with wooden bargeboards. The chimney stacks are tall and fluted. Casement windows. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.145.
SU362211:Building:Corn Market Chambers. 2 storeys and attic, slate roof with one hipped dormer. Casement window on first floor. C.1 9 shop front on ground floor.
SU362219:House:St. Mogue's. 2 storeys with plastered walls and tiled roof, with three small C.19 gables. Casement windows.
SU362220:Trees:Old Cottage, Cupernham Lane. A group of trees including pine, larch and fir standing on the eastern boundary of the property.
SU362223:Cottages (2):Nos. 1 and 2 Oxlease Farmhouse. Single storey and attic, red brick with grey headers, tiled roof with two gabled dormers. Casement windows.
SU362224:Cottage:The Thatched Cottage. 2 storeys, southern part of house plastered, northern part painted brick. Deep hipped thatched roof cut away over upper windows. Modern bow window to ground floor, doorway with sloping hood on large shaped brackets.
SU362309:Cottage:Austin's Cross Cottage, The Cross. 1 1/2 storeys, brick walls. Thatched roof with dormer windows. Thatch extends to very low level either side of house. Recent additions including porch to front door.
SU362310:House:The White House, Winchester Road. 2 storeys, white-painted brick, tile roof. Sash windows. Panelled door in arched surround.
SU362311:Cottage:Snowdrop Cottage, Winchester Road. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with cob and wattle and daub infilling, colourwashed white. Thatched roof. Property restored in 1982; during restoration a shallow pit was found, thought to be used for lime slaking.
SU362311:Cottage:Vine Cottage, Old Vicarage Lane. 2 storeys, brick walls, colourwashed white. Thatched roof with three dormer windows. Panelled door. Modernised. Thatched cob wall to side of front garden.
SU362311:Cottages (2):Riverside and Cherry Tree Cottage, Old Vicarage Lane. 2 storeys, brick walls, thatched roof. Thatch square-cut around upper windows. Small casement windows and wooden panelled doors.
SU362311:House:Jasmine, Winchester Road. 2 storeys, brick structure, slate roof. Gable end wall half tile hung, half rendered white. Casement windows.
SU362383:Farmhouse:Hazel Down. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Wide eaves and cornice. Tiled roof. Sash windows. Central door. Overlooks valley.to the north of the village.
SU362422:Cottage:Old Rose Cottage. 2 storeys, lirnewashed brick and plaster structure. Low pitched slate roof. Three small casement windows. Restored.
SU362423:Barn:Rear of The Orchards. Small weatherboarded structure with thatched roof.
SU362423:Cottage:Old Cottage. L-shape with single storey wing to rear. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Entrance at side has inserted antique stable door.
SU362423:Trees:Goodworth Clatford Village. Variety of trees covering the whole of the village. Centred on grid reference.
SU362452:Stable Block:Station Hotel. 2-storeyed block with hipped tile roof. Walling of flint with red brick vertical and horizontal banding, quoins and plinth. Hayloft doorways, one above the central entrance.
SU362453:Building:Nos. 34, 36, (Western House) 38, and 40. Former 2-storeyed house with later additions. One being a narrow block on the south-east, forming a shop front, to the present street frontage. The main fa‡ade to the east has two semi-circular 2-storeyed bays. Hipped slate roof, brick dentil eaves. Painted brickwork with rubbed flat arches. Stone sills, plinth. Sashes in reveals.
SU362453:Hotel:Station Hotel. 2 storeys, painted brick. Low pitched slate roof. Victorian sash windows, rubbed flat arches, stone sills. Tuscan porch, 6-panelled door. Long lower wing to the rear.
SU362467:Ponds:Sheppards Springs. An area of open water, originally gravel pits.
SU362481:Building:The Old Rectory. 2 storeys and attic. Modern tile roof, moulded wooden eaves, modern dormers, massive end chimney stack. Rendered walls. Sash windows. Elaborate lattice porch with concave leaded roof. Boundary wall of flint and brick with doorway to churchyard.
SU362523:Settlement:Blagden Copse. Banjo-shaped enclosure with long parallel-sided entrances. Finds include pottery, animal bones and teeth and areas of blackened earth. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE3. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, 1926-30, (Dewar), pp.123-4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 23, 1966, (Stead), pp.81-9.
SU363082:Bowl Barrow:West of Foxhill Farm. 9.0m. diameter. 0.8m. high. Slight trace of ditch on south side. Heather covered. Large crater mutilation. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE2. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.360.
SU363124:Trees:Downs Park Cresent, Eling.
SU363215:House:Chirk Lodge. Stuccoed house of 2 storeys and attic, slate hipped roof with two flat-roofed dormers. Sash windows, central doorway has panelled door in panelled reveals, doorcase has pilasters with frieze and flat hood. Extension to north west.
SU363215:Trees:Winchester Hill. An area of trees within the curtilage and to the west of Chirk Lodge, also trees along the frontage to the garage at Winchester Hill, and a group containing oak and sycamore to the rear of the garage.
SU363224:Trees:Cupernham Lane and Brook Way. A large area adjoining Cupernham Lane and to the north of Brook Way containing silver birch, beeck, oak and walnut trees.
SU363272:Bowl Barrow:Stubbs Copse. 60 ft. in circumference, with indications of a ditch. Trench cut across shows a flint core. Overgrown with trees and bushes. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE12.
SU363311:Cottage and Shop:Corner House, Winchester Road. 2 storeys, with single storey shop extension with corrugated iron roof. Main house is timber-framed with brick infilling, painted white. Thatched roof. Previously two cottages.
SU363311:Cottage:Muss Cottage, Muss Lane. Originally a C.16 full height open hall building. Completely renovated in 1980. 2 storeys with thatched roof square cut around upper windows. Completely rendered and colourwashed white. Modern windows, wooden plank door. New extension to rear.
SU363423:Cottage:Fishing Cottage. 2 storeys, plastered walls, ridge tiled roof. Single storey thatched wing to rear.
SU363446:Trees:No. 3, and Ayliffs, Anton Road. Different species within the boundaries of No. 3 and to the rear of Ayliffs.
SU363447:Trees:Nos. 2-6, Anton Road. Beech trees on the boundaries of the properties.
SU363453:Building:No. 16. 2 storeys, slate roof. Stucco with joint- marking. Sash windows. Modern projecting ground floor shop front.
SU363453:Building:Nos. 31 and 33. 3 storey, symmetrical facade, stucco, five windows. Slight angle at a point west of centre. Hipped slate roof. Eared plain architraves above sills on brackets. Central clock opening and drip mould to upper half. Victorian sash windows. Doorway has bulky cornice on heavy barckets. Modern shop front on east side.
SU363453:Building:Post Office. Imposing 2-storey brick facade in Renaissance style, dates from 1930s.
SU363453:Inn:New Railway Inn. 1 and 2 storeys, painted brickwork with stucco features. Central pediment. Edwardian casements.
SU363454:Building:Bailiff House, The Mill House. 2 storeys. Red brick, old tile roof, hipped to right. Sash windows. Modern glazed porch. Rear rebuilt 1982.
SU363454:Mill:Town Mill. 2 storeys. South elevation of two different periods. Tile roof. Gabled and boarded sack hoist to the later side. Red brick structure, using header bond to older side, English bond to later part. Two full-height vertical openings, containing boarded doors set one above the other. Casement windows. Outshots at rear, showing flattened archway of water channel.
SU363457:House:No. 55, Ford Cottage. 2 storeys. Tile roof. Wrought iron eaves brackets. Exposed timber- frame on brick base with rendered infilling. Four early C.19 sash windows. Modern door.
SU363459:Building:No. 24, Anton Laundry. 2 storeys. Hipped tile roof. Red brickwork, rubbed flat arches, blue headers now fill middle upper opening. Sashes in exposed frames. Doorcase with flat hood. Panelled door. Later extensions.
SU363523:Bowl Barrow:Blagden Copse. Mutilated barrow, 10.0m in diameter and 0.7m in height. No trace of ditch. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE2. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920-24, (Dewar), p.408. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, 1926-30, p.122. Ref: 3. Arch., J., Vol. 87, 1930, pp.308-9.
SU363580:Building:The Old School. Built in 1881, using materials from the old church. Flint and brick structure with woodwork in the same pattern as the church woodwork, with Shepherd's Crowns over the window arch. Consists of one room and a porch. Used as a school until 1938.
SU363580:Church:St. Peter. Rebuilt in 1871, contains a Norman doorway, window and font from the old church, the north wall of the nave is original Norman work. O.S.A. No. SU35 NE5.
SU364019:Bowl Barrow:On open forest. 15.0 m in diameter and 0.8 m high. No visible ditch. Furze and heather covered. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE15. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p. 362.
SU364131:House:Elingfield House, High Street, Totton. 2 storeys. Red brick with gabled tiled roof. Central porch. Garden front has fine cased sash windows and central porch. End elevation with two rendered gables.
SU364131:Trees:In the grounds of Elingfield House, High Street, Totton.
SU364153:Settlement (Site):South of Weston Lane railway bridge. Probable dwelling or village site, many pits found in 1880 containing Samian and other pottery, ashes and bones. Site not now visible, partly under pasture, partly old gravel workings. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE20.
SU364197:Hollow Way:East of Broadlands Farm. Old course of road, at present under crop. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE40.
SU364221:Trees:Durban House, Woodley Lane. An area of trees within the curtilage of the house.
SU364228:Hand axes:Several handaxes have been found in many parts of Romsey. The grid reference given locates Belbin's Pit where over a hundred axes have been discovered. Ref: A Gazetteer of British Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Sites 1968. (Rae), p.106.
SU364278:Church (Disused):St. John the Baptist, Upper Eldon. Small flint structure, pebble-dashed with stone dressings. The east wall rebuilt in brick. Old tiled roof. Contemporary lancet windows. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE13. Ref: 1. Lost Villages of England, (Beresford), p.352. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.632.
SU364306:Barrow (Site):South of King's Somborne Village. In ploughed field immediately below the brow of a western spur. O.S.A. No. SU33 SE11
SU364311:Cottage:Woodman's Cottage, Winchester Road. Cob walls, thatched roof. Irregular windows and doors. Modernised.
SU364311:Trees:Spencer's Farm, Winchester Road. Two ash, a hawthorn and a sycamore.
SU364378:Farmhouse:Upper Eldon Farm. 2 storeys. Flint with brick dressings and quoins. Hipped old tile roof. Panelled central door. House may have earlier origins.
SU364378:Granary:Upper Eldon Farm. Small brick structure with tiled roof. On staddle stones.
SU364409:House:Westover Farm House. L-shaped building with projecting wing to rear. Ridge tiled roof. Front cement-rendered in C.19.
SU364425:Cottage:Rose Cottage. 2 storeys, plastered walls with tarred plinth. Ridge thatched roof brought down as pentice at far end. Casement windows. Corrugated iron verandah.
SU364453:Building:National Westminster Bank. 3 storeys, elaborate stucco elevation, modern ground floor.
SU364453:Building:No. 11. 3 storeys. Symmetrical facade in decorative brickwork and terracotta, with a modern shop front.
SU364453:Building:No. 14. 3 storeys, slate roof. Stucco walling. Sash windows and one bay window. Modern projecting ground floor shop front.
SU364453:Building:No. 2. Old corner block with the High Street. 2-storey and attic. Hipped tile roof. Deep moulded eaves, gabled dormer. Rendered walling. Casement windows. Ground floor shop fronts.
SU364453:Building:No. 4. 3 storeys, slate roof. Stone parapet and rendered walling. Upper storeys have old sash windows. Two modern shop fronts.
SU364453:Building:No. 5. 3 storeys, yellow brick. Stucco frieze, modillion cornice and blocking course. Welsh slate roof with end chimneys. Sash windows with stucco architraves. Ground floor shop.
SU364453:Building:No. 7. 3 storeys, yellow brickwork with stucco features. Slate roof. Modern shop front to ground floor. Rebuilt 1981.
SU364453:Building:Nos. 1 and 3. 2 storeys, painted brick, with stucco cornice and blocking course. Low pitched slate roof. Sash windows with stone sills and rubbed brick arches. Shop fronts.
SU364453:Building:Nos. 6 and 6A. Regular facade of 3 storeys. Slate roof. Rendered walling with blind areading to the first floor. The slightly recessed east side has a segmental carriage arch. Sashes in reveals to the second floor and above the archway, otherwise Victorian sashes. Modern shop fronts at ground floor.
SU364453:Terrace:Nos. 4-12. 2 storeys and attic. Slate mansard roof, with dormer windows. Painted brick walling, rubbed flat arches, stucco cornice. Sash windows. Two shop fronts have cornice, frieze and thin pilasters, two others are modern.
SU364454:Building:No. 21. 3 storeys and attic. Recessed mansard slate roof with two modern dormers. Parapet of blocking course and cornice, plain architraves, Victorian sash windows. Modern groundfloor shop front.
SU364454:Building:No. 22, Lloyds Bank. 3 storeys. Blocking course above a modillion cornice. Rendered upper part with stone features. Rusticated stonework ground floor with arches. Sash windows in reveals. Shallow porch with cornice, doorway has cornice on brackets.
SU364454:Building:No. 23, The Globe Hotel. The street facade has 3 storeys. Slate roof with brick dentils. Red brick walling, with rubbed flat arches. Sashes in reveals, and first floor bay window. Plain arched doorway, with panelled door and radiating fanlight, stone steps. To the south side a carriageway arch leads to a yard with south facing buildings, which have tiled roofs, painted brickwork, sash windows and a hay loft door above a stable door in last section. At the rear a large upper room with elevatiohn to the yard has pediment and Venetian window, over oval carriage arch.
SU364454:Building:No. 24. 3 storeys and attic. Tile roof, two old camber-headed dormers. Stucco walling, parapet with coping. Victorian sash windows. Stone doorway on north side with cornice on brackets and pilasters. Plain doorway on south side.
SU364454:Building:No. 4. This building linked to No. 2. 2 storeys and attic. Tile roof, half-hipped at southern connection, one flat roofed dormer. Rendered walls. Modern first floor window and ground floor shop front.
SU364454:Building:No. 7. 2 and 3 storeys. Slate roof. Stucco walling. Parapet. Victorian sashes. Ground floor has plain doorway with keystone on north side, and a doorway between two wide shop windows.
SU364454:Building:No. 8. Symmetrical facade of 3 storeys. Slate roof and parapet. Brick structure, sash windows. Modern ground floor shop front.
SU364454:Hotel:No. 12, The White Hart. Victorian/Classical facade, 3 storeys, four windows. Hidden slate roof. Red brick with stucco features, low parapet above a moulded cornice, rustic quoins, architraves. Victorian sashes. Doorway has dentilled cornice, heavy carved brackets and Ionic half-columns, supporting a balcony with cast iron decorative balustrade. Oval carriageway arch on west side. On the parapet above the doorway is a sculptured hart.
SU364455:Building:Guildhall, High Street. Grecian style 2-storey building which dominates the High Street. Ashlar with granite base. Rusticated arches below, an attached portico of Greek Doric columns above with a pediment. Arched windows on ground floor. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.80.
SU364455:Building:No. 27. Plain symmetrical facade of 3 storeys. Slate roof. Painted brick, rubbed flat arches. Sash windows in reveals. Modern groundfloor shop front.
SU364455:Building:No. 32. Slightly bowed symmetrical front of 3 storeys and basement. Moulded stone cornice. Yellow brickwork with flat arches and stone sills, arched doorways at each side. Sashes in reveals. Long first floor windows open onto a balcony with delicate wrought-iron rails. Deep doorways have radiating fanlights and panelled doors, above a flight of stone steps.
SU364455:Building:No. 35, Elvin House. 3 storeys. Tile roof. Yellow brick walling, rubbed flat arches. Parapet with coping stone and band. Sashes in reveals. Modern ground floor has shop windows either side of central Doric stone doorcase.
SU364455:Building:Nos. 5 and 5A, Barclays Bank. 3 storeys. Tile roof. Modillion cornice raised above centrepiece as a pediment. Stone ashlar walling. Recessed architraves, sash windows. Recessed rusticated pilasters each side of slightly projecting centre. Rusticated ground floor with arched openings. Entrance at each side.
SU364455:Lamp Standard:High Street. Jubilee Lamp dated 1887 commemorating the Golden Jubilee. Cast iron structure with square pedestal supporting a slender fluted column, entwined by a dolphin. Complex of classical mouldings and cross-bar at the top. Modern Victorian-style light.
SU364456:Building:Nos. 89, 91A and 91B. 2 storeys. Tile roof, hipped at south end, half-hipped rear extensions to No. 89, catslide with dormer to No. 91, moulded wood eaves cornice with cone-shaped brackets. Red brick, rubbed flat arches. Sashes in exposed frames. Two modern shop fronts.
SU364456:Building:The Angel Inn. 2 storeys. The early C.19 facades to Nos. 89 and 91 continue across this building. The slightly projecting south side contains an oval carriage arch with pediment above. Tile roof, moulded eaves with cone-shaped brackets. Red brick structures with both rubbed flat and curved arches. Sashes in exposed frames. Venetian windows above the arch and on north side ground floor. Archway into the yard exposes south facing rear premises which are mediaeval. 2 storeys, irregular fenestration, tiled roof, exposed timber frame with printed brick infill to first floor. Ground floor painted brick. Long tiled hood covers bay windows and entrances. Interior face above the archway is tile-hung, and has triple Gothic lights. Ref: 1. Inns of Andover, (Earney). Ref: 2. Building in England (Salzman).
SU364457:Building:No. 2. 2 storeys, tile roof. Stucco walling with painted brick plinth. Casement windows. Doorcase has pediment on brackets, architrave and two fanlights. North side, on corner with Marlborough Street, is a late C.19 shop front.
SU364457:Building:Nos. 97, 99, 101, 101A. Regular facade of 2 storeys. Hipped slate roof. Yellow brick, sash windows, four shop fronts of different dates.
SU364457:House:No. 1. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Red brick walls, blue brick band at first floor, rubbed flat arches. Sashes in reveals. Plain doorway with panelled door.
SU364457:House:No. 17. Timber-framed 2-storey house. Tile roof. Rendered walls. Sash windows in upper floor. C.18 shop front to one side on ground floor, two windows and boarded door in doorcase on other side.
SU364457:House:Nos. 11/13 and 15. Timber-framed 2-storey house. Irregular windows. Tile roof. Rendered upper walling, jettied over the ground floor with moulded board, part with exposed joists and carved brackets, part with plastered soffit. The timber frame of Nos. 11/13 is exposed on the ground floor. No. 15 has early C.19 shop front frame with pilasters. C.18 doorcase to No. 11, with canopy and partly glazed door, also a boarded door. No. 15 has a panelled door and a boarded door. Roof falls to low eaves at rear.
SU364457:Steps and Forecourt:St. Mary's Church. The church stands higher than the mediaeval building and the position of the former nave is marked by a series of steps from the street to the west door, flanked by forecourt walls. Piers remain on either side of the entrance and at the north end, stone with gables, chamfered corners and stepped moulding to base. The walls have flint base, upper part stonework pierced with a regular series of lancet openings and a weathering cap which steps upward to meet the piers. Easternmost pier is now missing.
SU364458:Almshouses:Nos. 12-22, Pollen's Almshouses. Regular row of single storey and attic cottages. Tile root, catslide at rear. Three massive old chimney stacks. Six dormers with sills at eaves level with brick faced gables. Coursed flint walls in panels, red brick dressings. Cambered arches, high brick plinth. Plain boarded doors within coupled doorways. Built 1686 and reconstructed 1872. Ref: Andover Borough Archives, Charity Accounts.
SU364458:Buildings:Nos. 8 and 10. Former School and Master's House. Symmetrical facade of 2 storeys. Tile roof, eaves broken by the heads of upper windows, which are surmounted by a brick faced gable. Central chimney stack. Flint walls with red brick dressings. Casement windows. Plain coupled doorways. Stone panel above central entrances is inscribed, 'School Restored by Charlotte Elisabeth Pollen, Widow of Sir John Walter Pollen, Bart. 1872'.
SU364480:Building:Manor Farmhouse. 2 storeys with attic and basement. Tile roof, brick dentil eaves. Three flat-roofed dormers. Red brick, slightly cambered openings. Sash windows. Central red brick Gothic porch.
SU364499:Building (Site):East of Mays Wood. Large quantities of sherds, tesserae, tiles and bricks found over the years, Site under grass. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE7.
SU364512:Ranch Boundary:Devils Ditch, Rag Wood and Pepper Hill Firs. Remains of bank and ditch linear. Short sections survive in woodland and rough pasture. The grid references given locate the ditch within this parish, it continues eastwards through St. Mary Bourne. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE6. Ref: 1. A Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne, (Stevens), pp.40-1. Ref: 2. Arch. J., Vol. 30, (Guest).
SU364526:Probable Settlement:Blagden Copse. Remains of bank and ditch enclosing an irregular quadrilateral area of approximately 1 1/2acres. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE4. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920-24, (Dewar), p.409. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, 1926-30, (Dewar), p.124.
SU365020:Bowl Barrow:On open forest. 26.5 m diameter and 0.9 m high. Ditched. Much mutilated. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE14. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p. 362.
SU365042:House:Posbrooke Gardens. A two-storey timber-framed house, the framing exposed in north gable end, the south gable is tile hung. Half-hipped steeply pitched tiled roof, centre chimney. Fa‡ade is colour-washed, modern casement windows, gabled porch. Side extensions to north and south.
SU365125:Tide Mill:Eling Tide Mill. Stands on seaward side of causeway across mouth of Bartley Water. 21/2 storeys. Red brick with hipped and gabled tile roofs. Eight bays in all. Staircase to first floor and boarded outshuts to south. Part used as toll bridge office. Scale of tolls on western facade. Ref: A Gazetteer of Water, Wind and Tide Mills of Hampshire, (Ellis).
SU365140:Site of Natural Interest:Lower Test Valley. The site, on upper estuary of the River Test, includes a gradation from salt through brackish to freshwater conditions. Reed beds, grazing meadows, and tidal creeks. Rich variety of plant communities. Important for wetland breeding birds and as wader and duck feeding and roosting ground. A Hampshire and Isle of Wight Naturalists' Trust Nature Reserve. Centred on grid reference.
SU365166:House (Site):Grove Place. The present house was built in 1561, but an earlier house probably dates back to 1344, though the earliest record in Court Rolls is dated 1442. The previous mansion was demolished circa 1613, it stood south west of the present house between the avenue and the railway, a rectangular building platform has been identified, the building was orientated north-south. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE13. Ref: A Short History of Nursling, (Crawford) pp.19-24.
SU365214:Trees:Eight Acres. Two oaks, one in the garden of No. 44 and one at No. 11.
SU365216:Trees:The Crescent, Winchester Hill. Two areas of trees on the south eastern side of Winchester Hill and two areas adjoining the northern side of The Crescent, also a Douglas fir, cypress, acacia and ash standing separately.
SU365252:Cottage:Sharpes Cottage. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Hipped thatched roof. Well preserved.
SU365278:Deserted Village Site:Upper Eldon. In 1428 the parish had fewer than ten households. The manor of Upper Eldon was first mentioned in 1167. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE13. Ref: 1. The Lost Villages of England, (Beresford), p.352. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.438-9, 470, 477, 479-80.
SU365311:Cottage:Butcher's End. 2 storeys. Brick walls with stone quoins and coursed flint to side walls. Old tiled roof, with double gabled ends. Sash windows. Central door with trellis porch.
SU365311:Cottage:Cruck Cottage, Winchester Road. Timber-framed, cruck timbers visible on side of building. Brick infilling, plastered and colour-washed white. Thatched roof. Door at road side. Restored.
SU365311:Farmhouse and Cottage:Spencers Farmhouse and Elm Cottage, Winchester Road. 2 storeys, brick structure using header bond, old tile roof. Toothed eaves cornice. Casement windows. Central doors.
SU365334:Barn:Marsh Court Farm. The dominant building of the farm complex. 4 bays with attached granary on stylised brick staddles. Brick and tile buttresses to main elevation, large entrance doors on either side of building. Massive tiled roof, interior of substantial cathedral-like construction.
SU365334:Cart Sheds (2):Well proportioned brick buildings. The shed within the yard has circular brick columns with added brick butresses supporting the roof. Shed to the rear of the farm has oval brick columns.
SU365334:Cottages (2):Nos. 1 and 2 Marsh Court Farm Cottages. Cottages and farm buildings designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Cottages are 2 storeys, red brick, with steeply pitched plain tile roofs. Substantial brick chimneys with fluted detail and tile capping. Eaves level detail of tiled corbelled sprockets. Windows, metal casements with leaded lights and brick mullions, some replaced by wooden casements.
SU365334:Stables:Smaller scale plain brick building with tiled roof and hay loft.
SU365340:Field System:North of Marsh Court. Celtic fields and contour lynchets, visible on air photographs. Now almost ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU33 SE2.
SU365390:Celtic Fields:In the grounds of Longstock House and on the slopes of the valley to the north are the lynchets of an extensive field system. Best preserved are those on the steep escarpment of Hazel Down. Grid reference indicates the centre of the scheduled area.
SU365423:Trees:Newlands. Yew trees within the grounds of the above property. Estimated to be over 500 years old.
SU365450:Building:No. 11, (Pentyre), No. 13 (Winton House) and No. 15. Formerly a symmetrical pair, with addition (No. 1 5) on south side. 2 storeys and basement. Hipped slate roof. Stucco walls, with painted brick base. No. 13 has 2-storey angular bays. Sash windows in reveals. Identical doorways to Nos. 11 and 13, an arched entrance with panelled door and decorative fanlight, steps and curved iron rails. Side entrance in same style to No.15.
SU365452:Inn:Lamb Inn, Winchester Street. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick structure. Half-hipped old tile roof with central stack. Core of building circa 1600.
SU365453:Building:Nos. 31 and 33. Tall regular 2-storey facade. Hipped slate roof with wide eaves on coupled carved brackets. Red brick walls, rubbed flat arches, stone sills and plinth. Oval carriageway arch to east side. Victorian sashes in reveals. Tall entrance with half columns, panelled door with fanlight, stone steps. Above doorway is a rectangular panel with Royal Coat of Arms, over this a tablet with sundial and date 1846. Tall narrow doorway at extreme west side.
SU365453:Hotel:No. 2. Star and Garter Hotel. Early C.19 coaching inn. 3 storeys. Low pitched slate roof. Stucco walls. Moulded architraves to middle windows. 2-storeyed bow windows to each side. Porch las fluted columns and flat roof which extends on each side, forming balconies to the three middle windows, with wrought iron rails. Pilasters flank the wide entrance, with half-glazed door and decorative fanlight. Lower building attached to the north, with oval-arched carriageway entrance.
SU365453:Inn:The Forester's Arms. Irregular range of 2 storeys and 1 storey with attic. Tile roof, gabled half- dorniers with decorative tile front. Painted stucco walls. Two plain doors.
SU365454:Building:No. 6. 3 storeys. Slate roof. Red brick with rusticated pilasters at the sides, stucco cornice and architraves. Sash windows. Modern ground floor shop front.
SU365454:Hotel:The George Hotel (to the rear of Nos. 16 and 18). Modern street front to the remaining rear part of an old hotel, which is approached by a carriage opening. 2 storeys. Slate mansard roof to the western half, steeper tiled roof to the east. Western part has red brick walls, stone coping to parapet, rubbed flat arches, stone sills and plinth. Eastern part has painted brickwork above and rendering below. Sash windows. Round-headed doorway with panelled door.
SU365456:Building:No. 2. Regular facade, 3 storeys, four windows. Slate roof hipped at the east side. Rendered walls, with first floor band, stone sills and plinth. Recessed bay to east. Sash windows in reveals. Modern shop window on ground floor with plain doorway to side.
SU365456:Building:No. 6, (Priory Lodge) and 6A. Villa of 2 storeys and basement in severe classical style. Low pitched hipped slate roof. Stucco walls. The east wing has slightly projecting centrepiece. The main block projects slightly at the west side, with two windows in plain recessed architraves to first floor, and cornices on brackets to tall ground floor windows. Plinth with cambered arches above basement windows, which have cast iron rails. Ionic porch with two columns and pilasters, and wide doorway.
SU365456:Building:No. 64 (Rear of Black Swan Yard). Part of the narrow rear building of a former frontage. 2 storeys. Tile roof. Exposed timber frame to part, with brick infill. Remainder of walling now painted. Casement windows.
SU365456:Building:No. 82. 3-storeyed corner block with a regular facade. Slate roof. Stucco cornice below block- ing course. Yellow brick walling. Sash windows in reveals. Old shop window on either side of the corner, which has a doorway with rusticated pilasters. South side has an arched doorway with a decorative fanlight. A modern shop front faces Newbury Street.
SU365456:Building:Nos. 74 and 76. 3 storeys. Slate roof. Coupled carved eaves brackets. Stucco walling. Blank panel at first floor. Sash windows and modern shop fronts.
SU365456:Building:Nos. 78, 80 and 80A. 3 storeys. Slate roof. Stucco walling with coping stone to parapet. Sash windows. Ground floor has one shop front with a cornice, frieze and pilasters, shop door and house door, and a modern shop front.
SU365457:Building:No. 2. 2-storey symmetrical facade on south side. Low pitched slate roof with wide eaves and soffit moulding. Stucco walling. Sash windows in reveals, ground floor has a later plain rectangular bay with tiled roof. Doric doorway with pilasters. East elevation has central full-height bow-shaped projection. West elevation has sash windows and round-headed doorway.
SU365457:Building:No. 8 and 8A, Formerly The Vicarage. 2 storeys and attic, with 2-storey wings. Steep slate roof with modillion cornice, formed as pediment above three centre windows. Stucco walls, sash windows in exposed frames. Ionic porch of two columns and two pilasters, fanlight above panelled door. Stone steps.
SU365457:Building:No. 88. 3 storeys. Tile roof with hips to the west side and above rear extension. Brick dentil eaves. Rendered walling. Victorian sashes. Two shop fronts with cornice, frieze and pilasters, modern door.
SU365457:Building:No. 90. Timber-framed building of 2 storeys, now clad except for a gable at the rear. Tile roof. Red brickwork. Two upper wedge-shaped casements on coupled brackets, one upper sliding sash. Central doorcase. Victorian shop front.
SU365457:Building:No. 92. 2 storeys, low pitched slate roof. Stucco walling, Victorian sashes. Casement window curved on corner. the ground floor has two Victorian shop fronts.
SU365457:Building:Nos. 84 and 84A. Corner block of 3 storeys with an extension into Newbury Street of 2 storeys. Hipped slate roof with gables to the east side. Painted brickwork, rendered on the east side. Sash windows, and first floor ship window on south face. Modern shop fronts to ground floor. Rear part is older with some timber-framing.
SU365457:Building:Nos. 94 and 96. 2 storeys. Symmetrical pair. Slate roof. Yellow brickwork, rubbed flat arches, stone sills and plinth. Upper windows casements, lower, sashes in reveals. Stone doorframes with arch and keystone, stone steps. Flush panelled doors with radiating fanlights.
SU365457:Church:St. Mary's. Built over part of the site of the demolished mediaeval church. Early English style. Nave and aisles of six bays, aisles extended a bay each side of tower. Slate roof. Knapped flint walls, with Caen stone dressings. Coupled lancet windows in aisles and clerestory. Tower has corner octagonal pinnacles. Two Jacobean wall tombs of 1611 and 1621 inside. Plain octagonal font. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE4. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.79-80. Ref: 2. Story of St. Mary's Church at Andover, (Bennett).
SU365457:Doorway:The Norman west doorway of the former mediaeval church demolished in 1840, rebuilt to form an entrance gateway to the churchyard, which is approached by a series of steps. The semi-circular arch has three recessed stages, the innermost plain and the outer two resting on cushion caps above columns. Continuous impost band and chevron ornament to the two other stages. O.S.A. No.SU34 NE4. Ref: 1. Mediaeval Religious Houses of England and Wales, (Knowles and Hadcock), p.83. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 2, p.219. Ref: 3. The Story of St. Mary's Church, (Bennett).
SU365458:Cottage:No. 3, symmetrical front of 2 storeys. Tiled roof, two hipped roofed dormers with casement windows. Stucco walls. Other windows, sashes in reveals. Doorcase with reeded architrave, 6-panelled door.
SU365458:Garden Wall and Gateway:Opposite No. 6. High roadside wall of flint with red brick dressings. Tiled capping and plain brick end piers. The central opening has taller brick piers with plinth and moulded stone capping with ball finial.
SU365479:Trees:O.S. Parcel, 5100, Knights Enham. Many different species situated at the south-west end of the land parcel.
SU365975:Cottage:Sheepwash. 2 storeys. Cob. Thatched. C.19 casements. Three bays. Two modern projecting tiled porches. Off centre ridge chimney. A typical vernacular building for this area.
SU366014:Pond:Hatchet Pond. On open forest. A Mill Pond connected at one time with an Iron Foundry.
SU366018:Bowl Barrow (Site):On open forest. No visible trace remains. O.S.A. No.SU30 SE17. Ref: Antiquaries Journal, Vol. 33, 1953.
SU366079:Barrow:North Yew Tree Heath. Probably bowl barrow. To the south of group of seven. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE3. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 360.
SU366080:Barrows. (7):North Yew Tree Heath. A group of six bowl barrows and a probable bell barrow. All ditched. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE3. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 360.
SU366124:Buildings (2):Eling Hill. 2 storeys, brick structure. Tiled roof with two gabled dormers, cornice of bricks set edgewise. Four sash windows with most glazing bars intact. Ground floor windows have cambered heads. Two central doorcases with wooden trellis-work porches and 6-fielded panelled doors.
SU366125:Trees:Trees of several different species at The Grove, Eling Hill, Eling.
SU366167:House:Grove Place, Nursiing. Built in 1561 by Sir Francis Knollys, a rectangular block with projecting wings on south side, framing the entrance. Tall octagonal towers in the internal angles with battlemented parapets. 3-bay central portion with central brick gable with stone coping and casement attic window, at first floor level is a stone panel with coat of arms. Wide central door in stone surround. Four chimneys on north front. The building was damaged by fire in 1969. Now a school. Approached by a double avenue of trees. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE13. Ref: 1. Buildings of England, Hampshire and I.O.W. (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.361. Ref: 2. A Short History of Nursling (Crawford). Ref: 3. Nursling by the Sea (Porter).
SU366167:Stables:To the south west of Grove House. A courtyard group of low brick buildings with old tiled roofs. Now converted to private dwelling.
SU366167:Trees:All trees in an area around Grove Place, now Northcliffe School.
SU366217:Trees:The Crescent, Winchester Hill. Many trees either standing singly or in groups throughout the gardens of the houses in the area.
SU366225:Tree:Nos. 67 and 69 Woodley Lane. An oak on the boundary between the two property.
SU366252:Barn:Sharpes Farm. 6-bay. Weatherboard and brick plinth. Half-hipped thatched roof.
SU366252:Cottage:Opposite Sharpes Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with colourwashed brick in- filling. Hipped thatched roof.
SU366252:Farmhouse:Sharpes Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Brick with timber-framed upper part. Hipped thatched roof. Modern door in gabled timber-framed porch. May be older than date shown.
SU366252:Granary:Sharpes Farm. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Old tiled roof. On staddle stones.
SU366255:Cottage:Laurel Cottage formerly Smithy Cottage, Lower Street. 2 storeys. Brick with timber- framed upper part on west wall, herringbone brick infilling. Plain door under modern porch. The forge has been removed.
SU366311:House:Prospect House. 2 storey and attic. Brick walls with dentil cornice. Old tile roof, with two hipped dormers. Sash windows. Central panelled door, under flat hood.
SU366311:Trees:Belt of trees to the rear of properties on the south side of Winchester Road.
SU366313:Farmhouse:Manor Farm. 2 storeys. Coursed flint with brick bands and quoins. Gables and part of first floor, tile hung. Roofs part old tile and part modern tile. Two groups of chimneys with diamond shaped shafts. Much altered, formerly Tanners Farm.
SU366351:Milestone:Situated on north side of A272, metal plate reads, '8 miles from Winton, 1/2mile to Stockbridge'.
SU366395:Trees:Fullerton. Tree belts and areas of mixed woodland.
SU366453:Building:No. 10, Savoy Chambers. 2 storeys, and attic. Hipped tile roof with three dormers. Stucco with central oval arched recess. Semi-circular 2-storey bays, central Venetian light above portico which has rounded front on four columns. Virtually rebuilt recently. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.81.
SU366453:Building:No. 14. 2 storeys, slate roof and stucco walls. West side slightly set back, has rectangular carriageway opening, with moulded impost bands. Sash windows in reveals. Entrance within passageway.
SU366453:Building:No. 16. 2 storeys and basement. Slate roof, stucco walls. Sash windows in reveals. Plain doorway with canopy on brackets. Fanlight over panelled door.
SU366453:Building:No. 18. 2 storeys. Slate roof, brick walls with coloured bands. Sash windows. Shop front.
SU366453:Building:No. 20. 2 storeys and basement, symmetrical facade. Slate root, red brick walls, upper windows old sashes. Doorway with architrave and cornice.
SU366453:Building:Nos. 41 and 41A. Formerly Savoy Mansions. 3 storeys. Low pitched hipped slate roof. Red brick structure with rubbed flat arches, stone sills. Sashes in reveals. Identical wooden doorcases at each side, arched entrances with panelled reveals, panelled doors, decorative fanlight to No. 41A.
SU366453:Kiln:Savoy Cinema. Mediaeval tile kiln found in 1937. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE9.
SU366454:Building:Clare House. Symmetrical facade, 2 storeys and attic, five sash windows. Steep hipped tile roof with two modern flat-roofed dormers. Stucco walling, plinth, arched panel above central entrance. Doorway has pilasters, and an arched opening, panelled door with radiating fanlight.
SU366455:Building:Nos. 32 and 34, formerly Nos. 30 and 32. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Brick walls, painted on No. 34. Rubbed flat arches. Stone sills and plinth. Sash windows to No. 32, casements to No. 34. Doorways have canopies on brackets.
SU366455:Building:Nos. 36 and 38. Regular facade, 2 storeys and attic, six sash windows, three flat roofed dormers. Red brick walls, rubbed flat arches, moulded first floor band and plinth. Door-case has moulded canopy on carved brackets, architrave, panelled reveals and fanlight.
SU366456:Almshouses:Acre Almshouses. First mentioned in the Charity Chamberlain's accounts for 1647. In a report of the Charity Commissioners 1825, the houses are described as 'four tenements built by the Corporation of Andover for poor widows'. The present Almshouses are of modern appearance, a tablet is inscribed 'Rebuilt 1869'. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE6. Ref: 1. Notes on the History fo St. John's House, 1921, (Bennett), p.12. Ref: 2. Extracts from the 14th Report of the Charity Commissioners, 1825, (1836), p.21.
SU366456:Building:Nos. 40 and 42. Symmetrical pair with later additions. 3 storeys. Tile roof, brick dentil eaves. Painted brick walls with stucco features. Stone sills and plinth. Victorian sash windows with cast iron window boxes. Doorways have plain blocking courses, cornices on brackets, pilasters, fanlights and 6-panelled doors.
SU366456:Church:United Reform, formerly Congregational. Central block with hipped slate roof and rough cast walls. Symmetrical classical front (1839) 2 storeys, stucco finish. Cornice and frieze raised as pediment over slightly projecting centre. Venetian central opening, lower side windows with plain arches. Wide doorway.
SU366456:House:No. 44. Symmetrical front. 2 storeys and basement. Slate roof, red brick walls. Sash windows in reveals. One larger ground floor window to north. Panelled door.
SU366456:House:No. 54. 2 storeys. Tile roof. Red brick structure, incorporating blue headers, red rubbed flat arches. Victorian sash windows to ground floor. Later door, canopy on brackets.
SU366456:Piers and Railings:United Reform Church. The boundary of the forecourt retained within wrought-iron rails between end piers, the gateway having decorative open-work wrought iron piers.
SU366457:Building (Site):Vigo Road/East Street. Latrine pits and furnace site excavated by Andover Archaeological Society. Site now destroyed by road works.
SU366457:Building:No. 6. The Museum. Symmetrical front of 2 storeys and attic. Three windows. Later single storey extension on north side with further two windows. Tile roof. Two flat roofed dormers. Red brick walls, rubbed flat arches, stone sills. Tuscan doorcase with open pediment, arched doorway with panelled door. Formerly the Old Grammar School House.
SU366458:Cottages:Nos. 15 and 17. Symmetrical pair of 2 storeys. Slate roof. Red brick walls. Victorian sash windows. Doorcases have canopies on brackets with panelled doors.
SU366475:Settlement Site:Roman Way. Large settlement area with pits, ditches and C.5 Roman cremation cemetery. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE37. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1972-3.
SU366498:Trees:Upper Enham Lane, adjoining the hospital. A tree-lined lane.
SU367018:Bowl Barrow:On open forest. 13.0 m diameter and 0.5 m high. No visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE16. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p. 362.
SU367120:Manor House (Site):Colbury Manor. Originally given to the Abbot of Beaulieu. Confirmed by the King in 1317. No trace of ancient buildings at site of modern house.
SU367123:House:The Vicarage, Eling. Yellow-grey brick with slate and tile roofs. Plain parapet. 3 storeys and two 3-storey bows on front. Sash windows. Semi-circular portico with fluted doric columns and frieze with roundels.
SU367124:Church:St. Mary, Eling. Flint and stone structure. Aisles added early in C.13. Chancel rebuilt and south chapel added in C. 14. C. 1 5 tower. Nave and north aisle have old braced rafter roofs. C.18 mural monuments. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.207-8.
SU367124:House:The Grove, Eling. 2 storeys and attic. Colourwashed brick with hipped tile roofs. Modillion cornice. Flat roofed porch. Projecting rounded wing on east front with 2-storeyed metal verandah.
SU367255:Cottage:Red Cottage. Brick and timber structure. Thatched roof. Interesting beams and wood panelling. Parts of this building are believed to be 400 years old.
SU367265:Walls:Hall Place. Knapped flint walling and a number of dressed and carved stones found during drainage work. One consisted of a double niche with ogee arches and cherub. Slate fragments and plaster were also found. Ref: Test Valley Archaeological Group.
SU367290:Implements:Neolithic stone axe and half of a mace head found at Furzedown C.1950. Now in Winchester City Museum. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE2.
SU367312:Cottage:Manor Farm Cottage, Winchester Road. 2 storeys, colourwashed cob. Thatched roof. Two chimneys, casement windows. Weather-boarded extensions either side. Central door, with tiled hood.
SU367336:Building Site:Marsh Court Farm. Finds include Roman tiles, brick fragments and part of a stone slab. O.S.A. No. SU33 SE3.
SU367359:Saddle Quern:Found in 1910 to the east of Atners Tower. Present location not known. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE8.
SU367425:Church:St. Peter, Church Lane. Flint structure. South arcade of nave has early Norman pillars. C.13 stone tower with later shingled spire. Chancel mainly C.13. Square bowled Norman font. Church may date back to Saxon times. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE24. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.239-40.
SU367452:Building:Wolversdene House. 2 storeys. Pantile low-pitched hipped roof. Yellow brick walls with rubbed flat arches, stone sills and plinth. Sash windows. Tuscan porch of two columns and two pilasters on steps, half glazed door.
SU367454:Building:Nos. 6 and 8. Originally houses for school-master and schoolmistress. 2 storeys, tile roof. Red brick with blue and yellow brick bands. Casement windows. Two doorways with slightly pointed arches. Boarded doors with heavy elaborate wood framed gabled canopies.
SU367454:Building:Primary School, North, Boys School. An L- shaped block set forward from the school-teachers' houses, 1903 extension at rear. Modern steep tiled roof, with tapered chimney. Red brick walls with blue and yellow brick bands. Tall rectangular windows.
SU367454:Building:Primary School, South, Girls and Infants School. L-shaped block. Steep tiled roof. Red brick with multicoloured brick bands. Tall narrow rectangular windows, and two modern windows.
SU367470:Find:South of Roman Way. Macehead found and recorded by Andover Archaeological Society, 1971.
SU367477:Sarsen Stone No. 3A:South-west of Anton Farm, within Iron Age burial site.
SU367477:Sarsen Stone No. 3B:South-west of Anton Farm. Broken saddle quern.
SU367490:Village Green:Enham. Attractive green dating from C.16 with cottages and trees.
SU367510:Potsherds:South of Withy Bed Copse. Several potsherds found many years ago. Also site of unknown ditches. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE19. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, p.118.
SU368055:Trees:Fernycroft, Denny Lodge. Mixed conifers and deciduous trees consisting mainly of oak, birch, beech and haze[, laburnam and macrocarpa.
SU368152:House:Wood Lodge. Single storey with attic, timber framed building, with brick infilling. Hipped thatched roof swept over upper windows and down at sides. Central brick chimney. Two dormer casements and two casement windows on ground floor.
SU368293:Trees:Hopland's Farm. Mixed deciduous and conifers consisting mainly of beech and yew in the area of woodland east of Furzedown Road.
SU368314:Farmhouse:New Farm. 2 storeys, brick walls with old tile roof, flanking chimneys. Central door with architrave surround and plain hood. C. 18 front.
SU368346:Tree:The Milsons. Large mature yew tree in front of houses.
SU368425:Trees:High Cedars and Glebe House. Variety of trees including maple, copper beech, ash and cedar. Centred on grid reference.
SU368445:Trees:Old Clay Pits, Bere Hill Farm, Bere Hill. Variety of species, in mature woodland belt.
SU368445:Trees:Southend Road, Ladies Walk. Various species retained within the development area between Southend Road and Ladies Walk.
SU368455:Trees:No. 8, Eastfield Road. A group of Lawson cypress in the grounds of the property.
SU368457:Open Space:Common Acre. Narrow strip of land bounded by trees; visual and environmental value.
SU368458:Settlement Site:Vigo Road. Earthenware lamps and animal bones found while digging house foundations in the 1920s. Pits excavated 1972, enclosure ditch and entrance excavated 1976, by Andover Archaeological Society. In 1981 the ditch was traced to the edge of the site and four pits excavated by the same society.
SU368463:Ancient Site:New Street. Reputed site of leper hospital of St. John the Baptist. Area now developed, but no remains located. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE24. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.356. Ref: 2. Mediaeval Religious Houses of England and Wales, (Knowles and Hadcock), p.251. Ref: 3. Notes on the History of St. John's House, 1921, (Bennet).
SU368463:Buildings (Site):No. 1, Chantry Street. Excavation revealed extensive remains of earlier buildings and brick culverts. Pottery dated from C.13 to C.20 was recovered, and stonework from an Ecclesiastical structure was recorded. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1975.
SU368463:Find:Dance's Lane, Colenzo Drive. Collared urn found by workmen. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1973.
SU368476:Find:Roman Way. Polished flint axehead found and recorded by Andover Archaeological Society, 1972.
SU368490:Building:Estate Office/Museum. Single storey and attic, half-hipped thatched roof with a lower section above the north side. Main part of the building has an exposed timber-frame with painted brick infill. Remainder is painted brick, with one cambered opening. Traditional pattern leaded casements and plain boarded doors.
SU368996:Building School:Good surviving example of rural National school with original adjoining Master's House. Brick,'slate roof, tile hung walls. Classroom windows are semi-dormers.
SU369015:Mill:Hatchet Mill. Mill and Mill house now converted to residence. Water power originally supplied by leat under road from Hatchet Pond, All machinery now removed. Ref: A Gazetteer of the Water, Wind and Tide Mills of Hampshire, (Ellis).
SU369136:Bridge:Approach bridge to Redbridge, Totton. Built 1793, in stone/ashlar. One wide segmental arch, with a round piercing each side of the abutment. Inscribed plaque in the centre. Photograph in the National Building Record. O.S.A. No. SU31 SE10. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevnser and Lloyd), p.569.
SU369137:Bridge:Redbridge. Built of rubble and ashlar. Five spans with semi-circular arches having double arch rings. Three cutwaters. O.S.A. No. SU31 SE10.
SU369226:Trees:Great Woodley Farm. Many trees of different varieties throughout the farm.
SU369256:Farmhouse:Paynes Hay Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic. Brick structure with pebble-dashed entrance front. Hipped old tiled roof. Massive chimney.
SU369397:View:From the triangulation point at Fullerton to Red Rice Road.
SU369454:Trees:Coldharbour, Micheldever Road. Four groups of mixed varieties and a separate yew in the grounds of the property.
SU369488:Bridleway:Old Andover Road, Enham. Along the ridge east of the present main road, lined with hedges and trees, of scenic and amenity value.
SU370012:Buildings:Rope Factory. Main Road and Massey Lane, East Boldre. Includes terrace of four cottages for workers. Brick and tile. Built circa 1817, in use till circa 1860. Modernised in 1963.
SU370145:Trees:Several limes and a sycamore on Test Lane adjacent to the Bone Mill site access.
SU370215:Trees:Halterworth Estate. Many different trees including willow, oak, alder and holly, on land between Halterworth Lane and the railway embankment.
SU370221:Trees:Little Woodley Farm. Four areas containing many different varieties located throughout the farm.
SU370269:Bowl Barrow (Probable):South-west of Bull Grove Copse. Mound with no trace of surrounding ditch. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.354.
SU371222:Trees:Woodley Court, Braishfield Road. An area of about four acres of mature specimens including birch, beech, chestnut, oak, lime, pine, cypress, cedar and wellingtonia.
SU371432:Barrows (6) (Site):North-east of Manor Farm. Three of the barrows visible on the ground as low vague mounds. All six visible on air photographs. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE10. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.349. Ref: 2. A.P., R.A.F. 106G/UK/1656/4003-4.
SU371475:Settlement Site:Roman Crossroads, East Anton. Pits, ditches and buildings excavated in 1970-71, now mainly destroyed by development. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society.
SU371478:Barn:East Anton Farm. Situated 60 yds. west of house. Timber-frame of ten bays with aisles on all sides. Entrances at the third and eighth bay. Queen-post turss with straight bracing, all resting on brick piers and low outer wall. Boarded walling, large hipped roof of corrugated asbestos.
SU371478:Granary:East Anton Farm. Situated 30 yds. south of house. Timber-framed on twelve staddle stones, with half-hil)ped slate roof. Boarded upper walls, the lower part corrugated iron cladding.
SU372006:Bowl Barrow:On open forest. Little evidence remains. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE20. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 362.
SU372125:Site of Natural Interest:Eling and Bury Marshes. Two dissimilar saitmarshes and intervening intertidal mudflats at the head of Southampton Water. Eling Great Marsh is grazed salt marsh, Bury Marsh in ungrazed. Saltmarshes and mudflats are an important feeding and roosting area for waders in Southampton Water. Centred on grid reference.
SU372181:Brickworks (Site):Lower Toothill. The site of the brickworks of H. Read and Company, which produced red bricks, the works closed in 1939. The brick wall around Broadlands Estate was built with bricks made at Toothill, this is recorded on a row of bricks built into the wall. Ref: A Gazetteer of Brick and Tile Works in Hampshire, (White), p.96.
SU372211:Trees:Montfort College, Botley Road. Four large groups of trees of different varities within the College grounds.
SU372224:Tree:School Road. A single oak.
SU372358:Cottage:Sandydown Cottage. To the north of Fair View Farm on opposite side of the road. Large detached 2-storey cottage facing north. Possibly originally two or three cottgaes. Thatched roof, brought down low on west and south sides. Brick and flint structure, mainly colourwashed white. Renovated.
SU372361:Road/Footpath:From road A3057 south-eastwards across the golf course, to join the road A30. Centred on grid reference.
SU372363:Viewing Points:Golf course. Picturesque, private 9-hole golf course with bridle path running through it giving good views of the surrounding countryside.
SU372457:Trees:Eastfield Close and No. 23, London Road. Many different species in the area of Eastfield Close and within the boundaries of No. 23 London Road.
SU372458:Trees:Stockbridge Down. Three belts of trees at grid references given.
SU372477:Farmhouse:Little East Anton Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic. Tiled roof, catslide at the rear. Brick dentil eaves and gable verges. Red brick structure with rubbed flat arches. Gable decorated with flint panels. Modern casement windows and modern gabled porch.
SU372478:House:East Anton Farm. 2 storeys, low pitched hipped slate roof. Red brick structure, first floor band, rubbed brick arches, stone sills and plinth. Mainly sash windows but some altered. Access via rear later addition.
SU372578:Sarsen Stone No. 25A:Within perimeter of Netherton deserted mediaeval village.
SU373375:Cottage:Fishing Cottage. 2 storeys. Colourwashed stuccoed, brick structure. Wide flat plastered eaves with reeded wood verge. Hipped thatched roof. Casement windows.
SU373375:Cottage:No. 28. 2 storeys. Brick with some timber- framing. Thatched roof. Five windows, two doors.
SU373375:Cottage:Nos. 29/30, Leckford. Originally two cottages. Much altered. Single storey and attic. Brick structure. Old tile hipped roof. Three hipped casement window dormers. Central door.
SU373376:Church:St. Nicholas. Flint and brick, much of it rendered. Jacobean pulpit, Norman font, C.16 Italian choir stalls, early stone altar. Modern belfry in small turret. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.317.
SU373377:Cottage:May Tree Cottage. Single storey and attic. Coursed knapped flint panels in brick bonding to walls, with brick dressings to windows. Thatched roof. Originally two cottages.
SU373384:Water Garden:The Water Garden, Longstock Park. Fine dis- play of aquatic and other plants, shrubs and trees.
SU373394:House:Fullerton Manor. Red brick structure with tiled roof, and sash windows. Now converted into four flats, one of which contains the Roman mosaic floor removed from the excavated villa early this century. The stable block with clock tower has been converted into a house.
SU373411:Barrow:Cottonworth Farm. Situated on a south-west slope within an area of ploughed-out Celtic fields. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE15.
SU373438:Bowl Barrow:South-east of Ladies Walk. 32 m in diameter, 0.8 m in height, no trace of a ditch. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.349.
SU373509:Bowl Barrow (Site):Rag Copse. Excavated 1920. Finds include female cremation, bronze dagger and potsherds. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE20. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 22, pp.125-50.
SU373564:Earthwork:Grim's Ditch. A bi-vallate earthwork of late Bronze Age ranch boundary type. Well preserved and covered in dense undergrowth, encloses an area of sixteen square miles. O.S.A. No. SU35 NE8. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.330.
SU374003:Church:St. Paul, East Boldre. Red brick. Lancet windows in nave. Single bell turret with diminutive spire. Chancel added 1891. Architect: J. Tulloch. Ref: 1. Kelly's Directory of Hampshire, 1931. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.197.
SU374048:Bowl Barrow:Gurnetsfield Furzebrake. Low mound of vague outline. 6m. diameter and 0.5rn. high. No visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE22. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU374208:House:No. 7. Single storey and attic, brick building with old tile roof. Ground floor windows have panelled shutters.
SU374222:Trees:Winchester Road, Crampmoor. Two individually identified oaks.
SU374223:Trees:The Orchard, Ganger Farm Estate. An area of oak, ash, willow and various species.
SU374254:Tree:Anvil Cottage, The Square. A horse chestnut in the rear garden of the property.
SU374261:House:Braishfield Lodge. 2 storeys and attic. Colour-washed brick. Hipped slate roof. Two large bow windows. Doric porch. Modern wing to left.
SU374376:Cottage:Church Cottage. No. 26, Leckford. 2 storeys. Painted weatherboard structure. Thatched roof with decorated ridge. Casement windows. Picturesque.
SU374400:Villa (Site):North of Fullerton Manor. The villa had been constructed of wood, built C.3/4, it consisted of a main block with double corridor and projecting wings either end. Three of the main rooms had been tesselated, but only one mosaic remained relatively undamaged, this was removed to the Manor House. The villa was found to overlay a Neolithic site. The site has now been filled in. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE18. Ref: 1. Hampshire Chronicle 21.6.30 (Andrews), p.11. Ref: 2. Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 12, p.39; Vol. 21, p.242; Vol. 54, p.174; Vol. 55, p.217.
SU374451:Trees:Ladies Walk, Wolversdene Gardens. Throughout the area between Ladies Walk and Wolversdene Gardens.
SU374492:Trees:Woodhouse Farm. A belt of trees.
SU375046:Bowl Barrow:Gurnetsfield, Furzebrake. 17.0m. diameter and 1.3m. high. Flat-topped. Mutilated. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE6.
SU375262:House:Braishfield Manor. 2 storeys and attic. Red brick and flint structure. Bracketed wood cornice. Hipped old tile roof. Originally a farmhouse which was greatly enlarged, with neo-Georgian fa‡ade.
SU375338:Cottage:Windovers Cottage. 2 storeys, symmetrical facade. Cob walls on flint and brick base. Central chimney. Considerable alterations and additions. Originally two cottages.
SU375345:Execution Cemetary:Stockbridge Down. Approximately fifty inhumation burials found in shallow graves. Some had been decapitated and others appeared to have had their hands tied behind their backs. Executed possibly in enforcement of forestry laws. O.S.A .No. SU33 SE16. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 13, p.247. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.353.
SU375375:Cottage:Forge Cottage. Single storey brick and flint structure. Some timber-framing in gable end. Half hipped old tile roof. Irregular windows. Originally the village smithy.
SU375376:Cottage:No. 12, Winchester Street. 2 storeys. Colour- washed stucco walls. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Central door.
SU375376:Cottage:No. 5, Winchester Street. 2 storeys. Colour-washed brick structure. Hipped old tiled roof. Casement windows. Adjacent former village smithy.
SU375377:Cottage:Ashorne. 2 storeys. Colourwashed cob walls. Thatched roof. Irregular modern casement windows and doors. Later extensions. Originally two cottages.
SU375377:Cottages:Nos. 16, 17 and 18. Block of three timber- framed cottages, with colourwashed brick and cob infilling. 2 storeys, thatched roof. Irregular small casement windows. End wall brick and flint with timber-framing in the gable.
SU375377:House:Abbots Manor. 2 storeys. Brick with toothed cornice. Hipped old tile roof. Modern tiled porch. 2-storey wing to right. Later additions.
SU375377:House:The White House. 2 storeys. Colourwashed stucco walls. Hipped slate roof. 3-windowed front. Later wing of similar design. High thatched cob walls to garden.
SU375420:House:White House Cottage. 2 storeys. Plastered walls, thatched roof. Two small casement windows.
SU375452:Bridge:Iron Bridge. A footbridge carrying the Ladies Walk above the old main road. Three cast iron cambered beams, the upper and lower edges being joined by a series of circles. Footway has iron rails at each side. Beams rest against brickwork abutments one with panel which reads 'Tasker and Fowle 1851'.
SU375500:Possible Building Site:Comber Farm. Large amount of brick and tiles found in the area, Site under grass. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE17.
SU375577:Church (Site):St. Michael, Netherton. Small C.12 church, entirely demolished when the present parish church was erected in 1866. A number of re-set headstones mark the site. O.S.A. No.SU35 NE9. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.314-8.
SU375577:Settlement (Site):Netherton Mediaeval Settlement Earthworks. Site of the original settlement of Faccombe first mentioned in C.9. Excavations have revealed remains of the C.14 manor house and earlier houses. The village probably declined in the C.14. Indications of crofts and allied enclosures can still be seen. O.S.A. No. SU35 NE10. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.314-17. Ref: 2. Deserted Mediaeval Village Research Group, 1971, 1972/3, 1974 and Plans.
SU375967:Pond and Woodland:Sowley Pond and Sowley Estate. Area of natural beauty and site of scientific interest.
SU376004:Farmhouse:Cripplegate Farmhouse. Brick structure. Tile roof.
SU376009:Area of Natural Beauty:Part of the South Hampshire coast. An area of importance for fauna, flora and wildlife. Centred on grid reference.
SU376252:Farmhouse:Elmgrove Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Hipped old tiled roof. C.19 wood verandah. Well preserved.
SU376255:Church:All Saints. By Butterfield 1855. Built of brick in English bond with big plain tile roof, and low squat spire.
SU376287:Round Barrow:Dirty Mound, Parnhold Wood. 54 ft. in diameter, and 6 ft. high with a large ditch at its base. Heavily overgrown. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, (1938-40), p.353.
SU376376:Cottages (3):Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Winchester Street. 2 storeys, brick structure with dentil cornice. Grey brick band across part of the facade. Old tile roof. Brick arches to two ground floor windows and one door. Later additions.
SU376384:River:The Test. Famous middle section of renowned fishing river, known worldwide for the quantity and size of its trout.
SU376434:Celtic Fields (Site):West of Cowdown Farm system, apart from a single lynchet, now completely ploughed out. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE13.
SU376537:Cottage:White Hart House, lbthorpe. Originally an inn. Brick and stone structure. Low pitched slate roof. Sash windows.
SU376537:Cottages (2):Bank Tree Cottages, lbthorpe. Single storey and three small dormers. Timber-framed with brick on edge of upper storey and plaster infilling. Various odd wood casements. Thatched roof.
SU376537:House:Ibthorpe House, Ibthorpe. Jane Austen here attended the wedding of her sister May to the owner Mr. Lloyd and was afterwards a frequent visitor.
SU376537:House:lbthorpe House, lbthorpe. 2 storeys. Colour- washed brick with two moulded string courses. Steep hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. Central panelled double doors up three stone steps. Lower 2-storey wing to left has square paned wood casements. Good example of a Georgian manor house.
SU376537:Tree:The Bank Tree, Ibthorpe. An ancient elm, a traditional meeting place for open air functions in the village.
SU376577:House:Netherton House, recast in the C.18. 3 storeys, red brick bands with blue headers. Steep hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. Centre pedimented projection. Central doorway with flat fluted pilasters and pediment, panelled door.
SU376577:Wall and Garden House:Netherton House. Old wall encloses the garden on two sides and is terminated by small square brick garden house.
SU377347:Bowl Barrows (2):Stockbridge Down. These scheduled barrows are just two of the many barrows on the Down. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, Hampshire Barrows, (Grinsell), p. 353.
SU377350:Downland:Stockbridge Down. An area of Common Land to the north of the Stockbridge-Winchester Road. The common rights are derived from the same charters as the Marsh, The land has been handed over to the National Trust. The gird reference given locates the approximate centre.
SU377393:House:Fullerton Grange. 2 storeys, red brick structure with ridge tiled roof. Two modern gabled dormers, end chimney stacks. Two sash windows and Victorian bay windows on ground floor. Central brick porch. Flint and brick outbuilding with tiled roof. Thatched chalk boundary wall.
SU377451:Internment Site:Andover Reservoir, Bere Hill. Skeleton and dagger found during reservoir construction. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE29. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 12, 1932-4, p.208.
SU377473:Bowl Barrows (2) (Site):East Anton Farm. Area subject to ploughing, no trace remains. Site excavated in 1933. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE21. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 13, 1937, p.111. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-39, p.349.
SU377537:Farm Buildings:Yew Tree Farm, Ibthorpe. Large U-shaped range surrounding yard. Flint, brick, and partly weather- boarded. Thatched roofs.
SU377537:Farmhouse:Bank Tree Farmhouse, lbthorpe. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick structure. Thatched roof. Sash windows. Victorian half-glazed door and trellis porch.
SU377537:Farmhouse:Yew Tree Farmhouse, lbthorpe. 2 storeys, limewashed flint with brick dressings. Steep hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. C. 19 glazed door.
SU377538:Cottage:Poores Cottage, Horse Shoe Lane. Restored. 2 storeys. Colourwashed flint with red brick dressings. Thatched roof. Modern lattice casements. lnterior timbered ceilings.
SU377578:Barn:Netherton Farm. 11-bay aisled both sides. Weatherboarded, long-straw thatched hipped roof. Raked queen-strut roof, clasped purlins. Inscribed dates range from 1715 to 1840s. Two sets of cart entries.
SU377578:Sarsen Stone No. 25B:Lining triangular green and road in centre of Netherton Hamlet.
SU377964:Farmhouse:Sowley Farmhouse. Brick structure. Tiled roof, with later additions.
SU378113:Coin Hoard (Find):Bury Farm. Discovered in C.18. Now in private ownership. O.S.A. No. SU31 SE6. Ref: 1. Companion in a Tour around Southampton. Second Edition. 1801. (Buller), p.118. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 1, 1900.
SU378113:Farmhouse:Bury Farmhouse. 2-storey. Plastered, tile roof. Brick stacks. Hipped gables. Possibly older than date stated. Roman coins found in foundations.
SU378163:Inn:Horns Inn. 2 storeys, pebble-dash facade with slate roof. Double sash windows to upper floor and one to ground floor, mezzanine window slightly to left of centre. Angular bay window to right of door which has flat hood.
SU378260:Implements:South-east of Manor Cottage. Finds include scrapers, flakes and arrowheads. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE16.
SU378351:Pit:Stockbridge Down. Believed to be a trap or pit-fall for small animals. Finds include animal bones, flint scrapers and a small bone awl. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE21. Ref: P.P.S., Vol. 4, p.249.
SU378376:Lynchets:East of the village. Fairly well preserved series of parallel strip lynchets on either side of a west east valley. Area subject to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE23.
SU378394:House:Vine Cottage, Fullerton. 2 storeys, thatched roof, raised over two upper windows and brought down as a pentice to the left. C.19 metal casement windows and rustic porch.
SU378394:Mill and Millhouse:Fullerton Mill. The mill and millhouse are in continuous range. 2 storeys, red brick structure with blue brick bands. High pitched half-hipped tile roof with part pentice to rear. Casement windows. Sluices and waterway intact. The original mill is mentioned in Domesday Book. Ref: Water and Windmills in Hampshire and I.O.W., (S.U.I.A.G.), p.25.
SU378498:Cottages (2):Old Post Office and Rose Cottage, Little London. 1 1/2 storeys. Brick walls. Thatched roof. Three bays and dormer. Single storey annexe.
SU378536:Cottage:The Barracks, lbthorpe Lane. Originally a block of thatched cottages. Flint with red brick dressings. Timber-framed gable towards road. Small wood casements. Now one dwelling.
SU378536:Cottages:The Latches, lbthorpe Lane. Flint with red brick dressings. Eaves of thatched roof swept over three upper windows. Lattice casements in wood frames on ground floor.
SU378536:Farmhouse:Adams Farmhouse, lbthorpe Lane. Low thatched structure with central rustic dormer and Victorian verandah with French window. Later 2-storey addition, flint with brick bands. Flat gable with ornamental bargeboards.
SU378536:Farmhouse:lbthorpe Farm, lbthorpe Lane. 2 storeys. Blue brick with red brick dressings. Hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. Sunburst Fire Mark No. 1982 over door.
SU378537:Cottage:Elm Cottage, Horse Shoe Lane, Ibthorpe. L- shape with projecting wing to right. Flint rubble with red brick dressings. Thatched roof. Modern mullioned and transomed lattice casements.
SU378537:Cottage:Honeybere Cottage, Horse Shoe Lane, Ibthorpe. Single storey and three small dormers. Lime- washed flint with brick dressings. Thatched roof. Various wood casements, some with lattice glazing.
SU378537:Cottage:Horse Shoe Cottage, Horse Shoe Lane. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick structure. Thatched roof. Modern lattice casements. Thatched porch and wing extending to left.
SU378537:Cottage:Lime Cottage, Horse Shoe Lane. Single storey and two small dormers. Flint with red brick dressings. Thatched roof.
SU378537:Cottage:The Old Malt House, Horse Shoe Lane, Ibthorpe. C.18 brick fa‡ade masking earlier structure. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Tiled roof. Timber-framed gable towards courtyard. Firemark on south wall.
SU378538:Cottage:Bridle Cottage, Horse Shoe Lane, Ibthorpe. 2 storeys. Colourwashed flint and brick in bands, partly rendered at one end. Thatched roof. Odd sash and casement windows. Panelled door.
SU378539:Cottage:The Cottage, Horse Shoe Lane, lbthorpe. Dated 1751. Red brick with blue headers. Thatched roof. Modern, substantial, brick extensions.
SU379181:Celtic Field System:North east corner of Nightingale Wood. Site under dense undergrowth, banks and lynchets up to 1.2m in height but their extent is uncertain. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE15.
SU379349:Bowl Barrows (2):Stockbridge Down. Excavation of these barrows in 1939 revealed an inhumation and a copper awl, and a cremation with an urn, awl and beads. O.S.A. No.SU33 SE26.
SU379397:House:Cottonworth Farm. 2 storeys, brick and half- timbered construction, tiled roof. Known to have been built before 1693, but is reputed to to date from 1500.
SU379462:Settlement Site:Churchill Way. Finds include pits, ditches and corn driers. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE17. Ref: 1. H.F.C. Newsletter No. 1, 1965, p.14. Ref: 2. Andover Archaeological Society, 1972, 1974.
SU379463:Cremation Burial (Site):Walworth Industrial Estate. Decorated beaker containing carbon, and metal fragments thought to be sandal studs. Found during excavation of a gas main trench. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE5. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society.
SU379492:Farmhouse:Woodhouse Farmhouse. Dated 1745 with initials ICIC on chimney. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. Ridge tiled roof with three small hipped dormers. Centre sash windows. Victorian trellis porch.
SU379498:Cottages (2):Nos. 12 and 13, Little London. 1 1/2 storeys. Brick and flint walls. Thatched roof and dormers. Two attractive cottages, although modernised.
SU379516:Enclosure (Site):Doles Copse. Square enclosure with single bank and ditch. Course of bank still visible as a scatter of flints but other features have been destroyed. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE15. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, 1926-30, (Dewar), pp.124-5.
SU379536:Cottage:Edrup, lbthorpe Lane. Dated 1771 with initials M.I.D. over porch. 2 storeys. Flint with brick bands. Thatched roof. Wood casements.
SU379536:Farmhouse:Home Lea, lbthorpe Lane. Single storey with small dormer. Colourwashed flint with brick dressings and black tarred plinth. Thatched roof lowered to left and continued as one storey wing abutting the road.
SU379538:Farm Building:lbthorpe Manor Farm. Large thatched and weatherboarded barn.
SU379538:Farmhouse:lbthorpe Manor Farmhouse, lbthorpe. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Hipped tiled roof with three hipped dormers. Seven narrow sash windows. Central panelled door up five brick steps. A pleasant Georgian farm/manor house with terraced garden in front.
SU380007:Cottage:Grinding Stone Cottage. Brick structure. Tile roof.
SU380017:View:From ash tree in Hatchet Lane to Palace House and fields north of the village.
SU380037:Beaulieu River:Hartford Bridge to the Solent, both banks.
SU380101:Trees:Long Lane/Tavells Lane. Several trees of different types standing in this area. Centred on grid reference.
SU380102:Trees:Land adjoining St. John's Church. Several trees of a variety of species standing in the area centred on grid reference.
SU380161:Trees:Various trees near the junction of Redbridge Lane with Romsey Road (A.3057).
SU380168:Trees:All trees within three large areas around Rownhams House.
SU380184:Enclosure (Site):Earthworks in the field to the south of Telegraph Wood are probably part of an old woodland enclosure bank. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE47.
SU380219:House:Highwood House. A late C.19 brick built house of 2 storeys and attic, with irregular facades, in Jacobean style. Tiled roof, gables with half-timbered infilling, some Dutch gables. Casement windows with hood moulds. Large porch with stone dressings. Now the Stroud School.
SU380237:Arboretum:Jermyns House, Jermyns Lane. One hundred acres of specimen trees, shrubs and heather. Camellias and rhododendrons form a magnificent display in their season. Centred on grid reference.
SU380326:Barn:Little Somborne Farm. Weatherboarded struc- ture. The originally thatched roof is now replaced by corrugated iron.
SU380349:Area of Ecological Interest:Stockbridge Down. Part of the Down has been designated as a site of special interest. The area comprises a north-west facing chalk scarp and an extensive plateau on clay-with-flints. Various stages in seral development, from open grassland to yew wood, are represented. The site is considered nationally important for the wide range of chalk scrub and grassland communities. The grid reference locates an approximate central point.
SU380350:Field System:Stockbridge Down. Interesting example of Celtic fields, bounded on one side by bivallate linear of ranch boundary type. Well preserved. Centred on gird reference given. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE2. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, (Williams-Freeman), pp.233-4. Ref: 2. Wessex from the Air, (Crawford and Keiller).
SU380350:Inhumation:Stockbridge Down. Fraqments of a human skull, and a beaker found in 1939. The beaker is in the British Museum. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE1. Ref: Ant. J., Vol. 28, p.149.
SU380417:Barn:Windwhistle Farm. Weatherboarded barn with thatched roof.
SU380417:Cottages (2):Windwhistle Cottages. 2 storeys. Red brick with occasional blue headers. Thatched roof with pentice to rear. Four casement windows.
SU380520:Flint Heaps:Severals Copse. Many irregular-shaped heads of flints probably field clearance heaps from Celtic field system. Grid reference given locates central point of area. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE11.
SU380535:Cottage:Tallymans, Ibthorpe Lane. Single storey and two tiled dormers. Thatched and partly tiled roof. South elevation weatherboarded. L- shape with projecting wing to rear.
SU380535:Cottage:The Old Malt Cottage, lbthorpe Lane. Exposed timber-framing with colourwashed brick infilling. Single storey and two tiled dormers. Thatched roof. L-shape with projecting wing to rear.
SU380536:Cottage:Swift Cottage, lbthorpe Lane. 2 storeys, timber-framed with colourwashed flint and brick dressings. First floor overhang with fishscale tiling. Plastered soffit. Thatched roof.
SU380594:Barrow (Site):Ruwan Beorh, the 'Rugged Barrow' occurs as a boundary here in the Hurstbourne Tarrant Charter of AD.961. There is no longer any evidence of a barrow, but it was probably in the area of the grid reference given. O.S.A. No. SU35 NE12. Ref: Arch. J., Vol. 83, 1926, pp.154 and 156.
SU381088:Trees:Great Bursledon Copse, Twiggs Lane. Several trees of differing species standing in the area. Centred on grid reference.
SU381115:Area of Ecological Importance:Part of the Eling and Bury S.S.S.I. lies in this area. Bury Marsh supports a mixed saltmarsh flora and fauna. Nationally important for its wader population.
SU381168:House:Rownhams House. Very tall and plain block built of brick with parapet and flat copper roof. Entrance front has central projection with upper Palladian window. Considerably altered, now offices.
SU381168:Stables:Rownhams House. Single storey and attic U- shaped block. Brick built with old tile roof. Central clock tower on square tile hung base, octagonal turret on slender columns, surmounted by lead cupola and weathervane.
SU381186:Hill Fort:Toothill Camp. Occupies an extremely strong position at the north end of a spur. Its defences comprise a single rampart and ditch with traces of a counterscarp bank in places. There is an additional scarp on the north side up to 2.0m in height where the site is weakest. The original entrance is onto the ridge to the south.
SU381351:Hill Figure:Woolbury Ring. A small white horse on the outer face of the south rampart, 27 ft. long and constructed of flints from the upper chalk. Local legend states that it commemorates a highwayman's horse. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE22. Ref: 1. Wessex from the Air, 1928, (Crawford and Keiller), pp.154-5. Ref: 2. White Horses and Other Hill Figures, 1949, (Marples), pp.135-6.
SU381353:Hill Fort:Woolbury Ring, Stockbridge Down. A strong hilltop camp covering 20 acres, with single bank and ditch. The bank and ditch is well preserved to the west, the bank being 9 ft. high and 16 ft. above the bottom of the ditch. The eastern side has been ploughed out, and the ditch only remains to the north and south. The entrance is on the west side, the interior is down to permanant pasture.
SU381392:Railway Buildings:The line was originally part of the L. and S.W. Railway, there was a station at Fullerton Junction, which has now been completely dismantled and is overgrown. The only remaining buildings at Wherwell Station are the ticket office, waiting room and Station Master's House, which have been converted into private dwellings, Nos. 5 and 6 Chant Close. Grid references given locate the site of Fullerton Junction and Nos. 5 and 6, Chant Close.
SU381399:Railway Bridges (3):Fullerton (1) and Wherwell (2). Iron framed bridges supported on brick piers which carried the roads over the railway line. Located at gird references given.
SU381530:Cottages (2):Rookery Cottages. 2 storeys, timber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roofs. Gable end shows cambered truss beams. Modern square-paned wood casements.
SU381530:Farmhouse:Rookery Farmhouse. Where William Cobbett stayed on his 'Rural Rides'. The initials W.C. and date 1825 on a brick in the garden wall, are said to have been carved by him.
SU381532:Trees:Barn Cottage. Two ash in the rear garden.
SU381535:Cottage:Tollgate Cottage, lbthorpe Lane. Originally three dwellings. Partly timber-framed with later portions to right of flint with red brick bands and dressings. Thatched roof with projecting thatched gable brought down as pentice at side.
SU381535:Cottages (2):Boundary Cottages, lbthorpe Lane. Timber- framed, one end brick with flint bands. Thatched roof.
SU382092:Beacon (Site) Pre 1595:Beacon Hill, Twiggs Lane. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, 1926-30, p.p. 252-278.
SU382165:Trees:Large areas of trees of different species surrounding Rownhams Mount and Fernyhurst.
SU382293:Memorial:Luke Copse. Stone seat dedicated to the memory of Colonel Firbanks who died in 1957.
SU382311:Well-head:Opposite Ashley Cottage. Four wood pillars supporting straw-thatched roof. Winding gear in situ. Dated 1616.
SU382325:Farmhouse:Little Somborne Farmhouse. 2 storeys, timber- framed with brick infilling. Old tile half-hipped roof carried down to first floor level on north-west front. Four gabled casement window dormers on south-east front. C.19 door with brick porch, flanked by two C.19 angular bay windows.
SU382326:Church:All Saints. The nave of this originally Saxon church was extended eastwards in Norman times. Late Norman south doorway, traces of a blocked north doorway, several altered Norman windows. Probably one of the churches mentioned in Domesday Book. O.S.A. No. SU33 SE15. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p.322. Ref: 2. Saxon Architecture and Sculpture in Hants, (Green), pp.21-2.
SU382326:Cottage:Church Cottage. C.19 front to older building. 2 storeys. Brick and flint, south-west front all brick. Old tile hipped roof. Formerly two cottages.
SU382327:Ancient Site:Little Somborne. Site of deserted mediaeval village. Hundred = Buddlesgate. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 494. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.480-482.
SU382356:Area of Scrubland:Stockbridge Down. A small area in the south of the parish is part of the Stockbridge Down site of special scientific interest, which is considered nationally important for its wide range of chalk scrub and grassland communities. The grid reference given locates an approximate central point of the area within Leckford.
SU382388:Viewing Point:South of West Down. Good views of this section of the Test Valley over open farmland.
SU382530:Farmhouse:Parsonage Farm, Church Street. Believed site of nunnery under the Abbot of Tarrant in Dorset. Fine example of yeomen homestead.
SU382530:Farmhouse:Rookery Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Blue brick with red brick dressings. Corbelled brick eaves and hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. Central glazed and panelled door.
SU382530:House:Church Farm Cottage, Church Lane. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Ridge tiled roof. Square paned lattice casements. Central panelled door with low columned porch.
SU382531:Building:Little Plough and Old Plough, Church Street. Originally a public house, now two dwellings. C.19 red brick facade applied to older structure. 2 storeys. Slate roof with wide spreading eaves. Sash windows.
SU382531:Cottage:Hicks Cottage, Church Street. 2 storeys, flint with red brick bands and dressings. Thatched roof. Two plain wood casements. Possibly C.18.
SU382531:House:Four Winds. Red brick with blue headers. Hipped slate roof. 2-window facade with 2-storey splayed bays to right and left. Central panelled door. Ornamental gate incorporating a ship's wheel.
SU382531:House:Garvery. 2 storeys. Red brick with plinth and band of blue headers. Low pitched slate roof. Side elevations of flint and brick in bands. Columned porch.
SU382531:Tree:The George and Dragon Inn. A mature horse chestnut.
SU382532:Cottages (2):Home Farm Cottages. C.18 limewashed plaster facade masking earlier timber-framed structure. 2 storeys. Long ridge thatched roof. Two splayed bays on the ground floor. Small wood casements on first floor. Two panelled doors.
SU382532:House:The Cedars. 2 storeys. Grey cement rendered facades. Low pitched slate roof. Sash windows. Central recessed porch.
SU382532:Inn:George and Dragon. Old coaching inn, built in the C.18 on older timber-framed core. Painted brick and plaster with black tarred plinth. 2 storeys. Long ridge tiled roof, hipped at corners. Sash windows.
SU382533:Cottage:Willow Cottage. Restored. Colourwashed brick structure. New ridge tiled roof with five small modern gabled dormers. Owner holds deeds dating back to 1693.
SU383017:Cottage:Brick structure. Erected circa 1760. Plaque to Thomas and Elizabeth Horlock (village shoe- maker). Born 1720, died 1814.
SU383104:Trees:Tavells Lane. A variety of trees standing in this area centred on grid reference.
SU383222:Trees:Crampmoor Lane. Seven large oaks standing to the rear of Warwick Cottage, Crampmoor Lane.
SU383228:Trees:Jermyns Lane and part of Ganger Wood. Areas of woodland containing various species.
SU383265:Villa (Site):North of Fernhill Farm. Trial trench showed chalk blocks laid in mortar, and finds included bricks and roofing tiles. Excavations by Test Valley Archaeological Committee in 1976 revealed a bath house block and C.4 Roman coins. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE17.
SU383310:House:The Old Manor. 2-storeys, timber-framed and brick structure with tile and slate roof, casement and sash windows. Originally a 3-bay open hall with internal jettied chamber. Crosswing added in C.16 with open hall, chamber and semi-sunken dairy with parlour above. C.17/18 brick refronting and alterations. Second crosswing added in C.19/20.
SU383311:Cottage:Ashley Cottage. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with brick and flint and cob infilling. Thatched roof. Four casement and modern cartwheel windows.
SU383328:House:Somborne Park. 2 storeys, late C.18 central portion with C.19 additions to either side. Brick structure, slate roof. Central portion has full-height flat segmental bow, containing three very tall sash windows. Fine Regency hall and staircase.
SU383346:Milestone:Situated on north side of A272 on edge of Stockbridge Down, metal plate on milestone states '7 miles from Winton, 1 1/2 to Stockbridge'.
SU383436:Farmhouse:Cowdown Farmhouse. 2 storeys, limewashed roughcast structure. Tiled roof with end stacks. Sash windows. Central panelled door. 2-storey addition with buttressed corner and pantiled roof. Pentice to rear.
SU383460:Bowl Barrows (4) (Site):Ox Drove, Picket Piece. No trace remains on the ground. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE25. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 12, 1938-40, p.349.
SU383530:Cottage:The Old Well Cottage, Church Street. Flint with brick dressings. Thatched roof with eaves square cut around three upper windows. Two boarded doors. Home of the village schoolmaster in the C.19.
SU383530:House:Dalton House, Church Street. 2 storeys. Cement rendered structure. Steep hipped tiled roof with dentilled eaves. Sash windows, central panelled door. Single-storey wings adjoining.
SU383530:House:Shepherds Peace, Church Street. Restored timber-framed structure with colourwashed brick infilling, Thatched roof with eaves square cut around two dormer windows. Recessed porch has inserted Jacobean panelling.
SU384017:House:Horse and Jockey. Brick and wattle structure. Tile roof.
SU384095:Trees:Land adjoining south side Marchwood by-pass. Several trees of differing species standing in this area.
SU384100:Trees:Sycamore Cottage, Hythe Road. Four groups consisting of oak and willow standing in this area.
SU384166:Trees:Two lime trees in the rear garden of 9, Rownhams Way.
SU384173:Trees:Several trees, including a deodar and a chestnut, at Woodhaven, Horns Drove.
SU384177:Brickworks (Site):Caravan Site. Once the site of the Harris Works, where red bricks were produced for local distribution. Ref: A Gazetteer of Brick and Tile Works in Hampshire, (White), p.96.
SU384222:Trees:Crampmoor Lane. Four oaks and a yew standing separately; and a group of thirteen oaks, three hawthorn and a beech on the south side of the lane.
SU384254:Tree:Braishfield House. Cedar tree in very good condition, estimated to be 200 years old.
SU384279:Trees:Fishponds Farm, Braishfield. A belt of trees extending from the property known as Taunton Vale, Baiiey's Down in a north-easterly direction.
SU384308:Castle:Ashley Castle (Gains Castle). A ring-work, castle and bailey with the foundations of a stone keep and domestic buildings still visible. Roughly rectangular, overgrown mounds. O.S.A. No. SU33 SE22. Ref: Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), pp.227, 348 and plan.
SU384310:Cottage:Little Thatches. 2 storeys, timber-framed with colour-washed brick infilling. The centre section is a C.15 cruck framed open hall, C.16 crosswing and C.17 additions. Irregular casement windows. Modern additions to one end, including Well House.
SU384406:Trees:Westmill Bottom. Two groups of beech trees. Reputed to have been planted to commemorate the victory of Waterloo, but more likely to have been planted as cover for fox hunting.
SU384511:Implement:French's Farm. Barbed and tanged flint arrow head found. Present whereabouts not known. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE18.
SU384529:Cottage:Murrie, Church Street. Limewashed flint with brick dressings. Thatched roof. Small wood casements. Stands on river bank.
SU384529:Cottage:Riverside Cottage, Church Street. Timber-framed structure with plaster and brick infilling. Gable end flint with brick dressing. Thatched roof. Plain wood casements.
SU384529:Gate Piers:Parsonage Farm, Church Street. Dated 1685. Square panelled brick piers with moulded stone caps and ball finials. Inner jambs topped by carved ancone brackets.
SU384530:Barns and Outbuildings:Parsonage Farm. Large L-shaped range. Brick and weatherboarded with thatched roofs. Fine granary on staddle stones.
SU384534:House:Hurst Lodge, The Dene. 2 storeys. Rendered structure. Long ridge tiled roof with bracketted gutter. Sash windows. Gabled trellis porch.
SU385011:Barn:Beufre Farm. Brick structure. Tile roof.
SU385018:Farmhouse:Hazel Copse Farm. Brick structure. Tile roof.
SU385018:Tree:Myrtle Cottage. A fine specimen of a willow tree in the garden.
SU385026:Portion of West Wall:Precinct of St. Mary's Abbey. Stone structure. O.S.A. SU30 SE5 Ref: V.C.H. Vol. 4, p.p. 652-5.
SU385061:Bowl Barrows (6):North west of Kings Hat lnclosure. A - 9.5m. diameter. 0.6m. high. Visible ditch. Bracken covered. Central mutilation. B - 7.0m. diameter. 0.6m. high. Visible ditch. Bracken and gorse covered. Central mutilation. C - 7.5m. diameter. 0.7m. high. Visible ditch. Bracken and gorse covered. D - 21.5m. diameter. 1.2m. high. Extensively mutilated in centre and bracken covered. E - 7.0m. diameter. 0.6m. high. Ditch visible. F - 5.5m. diameter. 0.3m. high. Faint ditch. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU385101:Church:St. John the Apostle, 1843. Yellow brick and stone. Very tall church with nave, chancel, transepts, south aisle and south flanking tower. Stone font. A partial copy of the Tournai marble font in Winchester Cathedral. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevnser and Lloyd), p.329.
SU385165:Trees:Roadside belts of trees, mainly oak, along Home Drove and Bakers Drove.
SU385168:Tree:An oak on the site of the scout hut, Rownhams Lane.
SU385170:Trees:A group of oak at 1, St. Kevin's Cottages and areas of trees, including some fine specimens, to the south of Rownhams Lodge.
SU385260:Building (Site):Southern slope of Broom Hill. Finds include brick, large flints and roofing slabs of Purbeck stone. O.S.A. No.SU32 NE9. Ref: Ant., J., Vol. 14, 1934, (Percival and Piggott), p.247.
SU385260:Settlement (Site):Broom Hill. Four pit dwellings, one of which is radio carbon dated (Cambridge) at 6,500 B.C. i.e. 8,481 years old, making it the remains of the oldest dwellings to be found in Great Britain. Excavated by M. O'Malley 1971-1979. Approximately 100,000 worked flints discovered, including axes and microliths. This makes it the largest later Mesolitic assemblage as yet recovered from a British site. Collection in case of Excavator. O.S.A. No. SU23 NE9. Ref: 1. Current Archaeology, No. 63, 1978, pp.117-120. Ref: 2. Rescue Archaeology in Hampshire, No. 4, 1979.
SU385308:Trees:St. Mary's Church. Four yews and a maple around the church.
SU385309:Church:St. Mary the Virgin. Originally built of flint with chalk dressings and rendered with lime mortar. The nave was lengthened in C.13, and extra windows inserted in C.14, small wall painting in internal join of one of the windows still remains. The squints in the west wall of the chancel were formed in C.16/17. Extensively rebuilt in C.19/20. Church is now redundant, but restored in 1981.
SU385340:Trees:Somborne Park Estate. Different species within the areas of Ridges Grove and Winter Down Copse.
SU385363:Bowl Barrow:Mound approximately 40.0m in diameter and 1.5m in height. Recorded in an Anglo- Saxon charter as Heardulfe's Hlaewe or Heardulfe's Barrow. Area now subject to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE14. Ref: 1. Arch. J. Vol. 83, 1926, (Grundy), p.173. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), pp.31, 351. Ref: 3. Wessex from the Air, (Crawford and Keiller), p.155.
SU385390:Open Space:West Down. County designated open space and picnic area.
SU385404:House:Freelands. Built 1878. Colour-washed brick walls, tiled roof with tall red brick chimney stacks. Sash and casement windows. Front entrance has wrought-iron screen door fronting a recessed wooden door. Conservatory facing the river.
SU385404:Trees:Freelands, Fullerton Road. Corsican pine trees reputed to be the tallest in the county, situated in the gardens, which run down to the river Test.
SU385405:House:West Mill, Fullerton Road. Dated 1761. 2 storeys. L-shaped in plan, walls flint and brick in bands, thatched roof, pentice to rear. Plain casement windows, central rustic porch.
SU385522:Bowl Barrow:Severals Copse. Mutilated remains of a bowl barrow constructed mainly of flint now planted with fir trees. Contained a cremation, and a fine Bronze Age type scraper found in 1949 which is now in Winchester Museum. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, 1926-30, p.122.
SU385522:Celtic Field:Covering large areas of the parish. Mostly ploughed out. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE9. Ref: 1. Crawford Collection A.P., 5109/5/32, 5110/5/33, 5111/5/34, 5112/5/35. Ref: 2. A.P., R.A.F., 106G/uk/915/3116-7, CPE/UK/1951/3015-9.
SU385529:Church:St. Peter. Low flint structure with C.17 clerestory and weatherboarded bell-turret with broach spire. Late Norman south doorway. Traces of C.13 wall paintings in the north aisle. O.S.A. No.SU35 SE12. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.301-2.
SU385529:Cottage:Church Cottage, Church Street. Restored timber-framed structure with plaster and brick infilling, partly weatherboarded. Long ridge thatched roof brought down as pentice at one end. Plain wood casements.
SU385529:House:Hurstbourne House, Church Street. Core of building probably C.17. Rendered in the C.19. and gabled wings added at back. Ridge tiled roof. Sash window facade with large 2-storey splayed bay to left, and triple window to right on ground floor. Central Victorian gabled porch.
SU385529:Trees:The Vicarage. Various species including ash, maple, lime, birch and holly.
SU385534:Cottage:Dene Cottages, The Dene. 2 storeys. Colour-washed flint and brick dressings. Thatched roof. Wood casements.
SU385534:Cottages (4):Dene Cottages, The Dene. Flint with brick dressings. Thatched roof. Modern casements.
SU385534:House:Thatchers Cottage, The Dene. Originally two cottages. Flint with brick dressings. Thatched roof.
SU386010:Mediaeval Monastic Grange (Site):Beufre Farm. There are no actual remains of Boverey Grange, but the west gable end of the farmhouse contains stonework which may be reused material. O.S.A. SU30 SE24. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.655.
SU386018:Cottages (2):Detached cottages, north east of road fork. Timber- framed, brick with thatched roof. One storey and attic. Wood casements some with leaded lights.
SU386020:Building:No. 57, High Street. 1-storey and attic. Gabled-end tiled roof. One gabled dormer, tile hung cheeks. Modernised plain butchers shop to left, with pent roof over window. 5-light wood casements, half-hipped roof. Cottage altered C.19.
SU386020:Buildings (2):Old Bank House Cottage, Old Bank House and Antique Shop, High Street. House and cottage now one premises. 2-storey. Red brick, grey header, rendered plinth. Gable-end old tile roof. Gabled dormers to cottage and plain door. Old Bank House has date tablet initialled S.S. over date 1684. Central door of 6-fielded panels, flat hood on cut brackets. The Antique Shop, formerly a wing of Old Bank House. 1-storey, part colourwashed brick, remains of rubble base. Gable-end old tile roof. Diamond-glazed casements. Glazed door.
SU386020:Cottages (5):Nos. 51-55. Opposite Old Post Office - Nos. 51 and 52 timber-framed with herring-bone brick infill. Old tile roof. Nos. 53, 54, 55 red brick with grey headers, old tile roof.
SU386021:Cottage:White Hall, near old post office. Colour-washed brick, old tile roof. Porch to centre of older part. Altered C.19.
SU386022:Building:Manor Office and Village Shop, High Street. Manor Office - 2-storeys. Red brick. Half- hipped old tile roof with flat eaves. 6-panel housedoor. Four flush-framed sash windows on first floor, two on ground floor which are camber-headed with glazing bars intact. Village Store - 2-storey. Red brick with brick band between storeys. Steep gable-end old tile roof. One hipped dormer. Three 2-light casements on first floor. Modern period style shop window.
SU386073:Barrow:lpley Cross Roads. On open forest site disturbed by insertion of a building on summit. O.S.A. No. SU30 NE9. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 360.
SU386163:Trees:Number of oaks and other species bounding the Phase IV development of Fernyhurst Estate.
SU386202:Trees:Rownhams Lane. This order covers the trees on both sides of Rownhams Lane, they are mainly oak, but hawthorn, pine, chestnut, silver birch and copper beech are also included. The grid reference given locates an approximate central point.
SU386234:Historic Site:Road over a stream in Jermyns Lane marks the traditional site of the death in battle of Kyngelas (Cynegils), the first Christian King of Wessex A.D. 643. Known locally as the Bloody Bridge. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE10. Ref: 1. Mediaeval Romsey Extra, 1918, (Suckling and Horseman). Ref: 2. Memorials of Ampfield, Hants, (Lake).
SU386251:Farmhouse:North of Pucknall Farm. Converted into two cottages. 2 storeys and attic. Brick structure. Old tiled roof. Old interior beams visible.
SU386262:Dwelling Site:Broom Hill. The first Neolithic dwelling site of any kind to be discovered in Hampshire. Pottery found. One bowl has been decorated by the impression of a necklace and beads, and appears to be unique both in England and abroad. Pottery in Winchester Museum. Ref: Ant., J., Vol. 14, (Percival and Piggott), pp.246-253.
SU386271:House:Farley House, FarIey Chamberlayne. Colourwashed brick. Hipped old tile roof. Interior of interest. Outbuilding similar.
SU386299:Memorial:East of Hoplands and close to the Roman Road. Stone dedicated to 'Four Unknown German Airmen', dated August 4th 1940.
SU386390:Field System (Remains):West Down. Lynchets and pits of Celtic field system, also dwelling sites containing animal bones, pottery, pot-boilers etc. found. Anglo-Saxon shield-boss and spear, probably from a burial, discovered in 1931 in gravel pit. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE11. Ref: FIeld Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), pp.237, 338, 423.
SU386405:Ford:West Mill, Fullerton. On the old route from Wherwell to Chilbolton. The river was originally only crossed by means of this ford. A bridge has now been erected.
SU386405:House:Watermill, Fullerton Road. Was originally two cottages, Nos. 43 and 44. 2 storeys, plastered walls. Thatched roof brought down as pentice at either end, eaves raised over upper windows at rear.
SU386406:House:Aldings, Fullerton Road. Originally a pair of cottages. 2 storeys, blank plastered wall abuts the road. Thatched roof brought down as pentice at one end. Garden facade has eaves raised over five upper windows. Restored.
SU386406:River:The River Test. Part of this world famous trout river flows through the parish, centred on grid reference.
SU386444:Settlement:Cowdown. Occupational debris - potsherds, brick fragments etc. found, which suggest the site of a settlement. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE14.
SU386534:Trees:Dene Rise. Several different species including sycamore, locust tree, rowan, whitebeam, hornbeam, beech, ash and lime, on land to the rear of properties at Dean Rise.
SU387018:View:From The Lodge north east across the river.
SU387019:House:Curtle. Re-cased C.18 and circa. 1840-50. 2-storey. Red brick, grey headers. Steep gable- end tile roof with eave boards to gables, all of circa. 1840-50. Three gabled dormers. Five flush framed, camber-headed sashes on first floor. Ground floor. four french windows and moulded frames. Central Gothic brick porch with parapet circa 1840. To left, slightly lower 2-storey section of early C.19.
SU387020:Building:Estate Yard House. 2-storey. Red brick, grey headers. C.19. Cross wing to road. Gable-end old tile roof to original part. Two gabled dormers. C.1 9 sashes and door on ground floor.
SU387021:Cottage:No. 43, High Street. Red brick and grey headers. Gable end, old tile roof. Original structure possibly earlier. Set back from street.
SU387021:House/Shop:Norris, High Street. Red brick with grey headers, gable-end tiled roof. To the rear an earlier wing with half-hipped roof. Shop on ground floor has chamfered beam.
SU387021:House:Nos. 44, and 45, High Street. Red brick casing on C.17 or earlier structure, gable end old tile roof. Tall central brick chimney stack with stepped coping.
SU387022:Building:The Post Office, Abbey Stores and hidden cottage. Red brick and grey headers, partly refaced. Old tile roof, moulded eaves, cornice, three hipped dormers. The whole with C.19 additions.
SU387022:Cottage:Mill Cottage. Red brick with yellow brick dressings. Gable end roof with shaped tiles and hipped roof. Central gabled brick porch. 1-storey wing along yard, with shaped tiles to roof.
SU387022:Cottages (3):Northern Cottages, High Street. End cottages 2-storey. Middle cottage 1 -storey plus attic. Red brick. Tiled roofs. Casements and dormers. Plain doors.
SU387022:Inn:The Monatgu Arms. Rebuilt in 1888 and 1925. Part tile-hung. Plaster and timber-framing, brick and stone dressings on ground floor. Gable-end shaped tile roof.
SU387023:Gatehouse:Outer gatehouse of Abbey. Segmental arched entrance. Rubble and ashlar. Upper part is C.19 and rather out of harmony with the older work.
SU387024:House:Palace House. Original stone structure with vaulted carriageway now blocked and converted into a room. Large C.19 additions to rear. Part open to the public as a museum. O.S.A. SU30 SE5.
SU387027:Winepress:Abbey Grounds. A ruined structure north of the Abbey Church. O.S.A. SU30 SE5. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.p. 652-5.
SU387028:Portion of North Wall:Precinct of St. Mary's Abbey. Stone structure O.S.A. SU30 SE5. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.p. 652-5.
SU387070:House and Mill:Mill and Mill House. Rubble and brick structure, mostly 2 storeys with tile roofs. Casement windows. Large brick stacks. Door has flat bracketed hood. Machinery of miII stiII intact. Has two tunnels for the mill race. Was originally a Tide Mill.
SU387195:Trees:Hoe Lane and Rownhams Lane. An area of trees of different species situated to the west of Rownhams Lane.
SU387204:Trees:Firgrove Estate. An area of trees of different species situated south of Botley Road and north of Rownhams Lane.
SU387231:Woodland:Winchester Road. Fine selection of mainly oak and beech trees standing each side of the 'Straight Mile'. One magnificent beech tree stands 110 ft. high and is believed to be one of the finest in the country.
SU387291:Building:Nos. 23-27 (odd). 2 storeys. Timber-framed with old tile roof. C.19 brick front, with only a little timber framing visible. Casements and one sash window. Back of building irregular, with timber framing.
SU387345:Footpath:Right of way signposted to Stockbridge, Wonston and Alresford at grid reference given.
SU387393:Cottages:A group of four cottage blocks at cross roads in middle of village (Stoke Charity). 2 storeys, all thatched except one pair which has an old tile roof.
SU387401:Water Meadow:Chilbolton Common. Approximately 50 acres of watermeadow in the flood plain of the River Test.
SU387469:Trees:Shangri-La and Gillots, Picket Piece. A group containing copper beech, silver birch, fir, laburnham, and flowering cherry situated along the boundary between the properties.
SU387481:Barns:Finkley Farm. Large range surrounding four sides of farmyard. Weatherboarded and thatched. Two hipped waggon entrances to west, east side rebuilt.
SU387482:Farmhouse:Finkley Farm. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Hipped tiled roof and dormers. Plain square building.
SU387482:Implement Shed:Finkley Farm. Open timber structure. Six bays. Hip roof, now clad in galvanised iron sheeting.
SU387588:Celtic Fields:Extending over northern part of the parish. Lynchets and field banks up to 3.0m in height. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU35 NE2.
SU388023:Cottages:Abbey Gate Cottages. Brick and rubble structure, with tile roof on a curve. 2-storey and attic. Wood casements with leaded lights. Group value.
SU388025:Church:Present parish church of Beaulieu. Stone structure. Originally the Monastic Refectory, which according to the early Cistercian custom runs north and south. A beautiful structure retaining the Reader's Pulpit. The roof with painted bosses is probably C.15.
SU388025:Cloisters and West Range:St. Mary's Abbey. Stone structure. Originally Lay Brothers' Refectory. O.S.A. SU30 SE5 Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.p. 652-5.
SU388026:Rerriains of Abbey Church:St. Mary's Abbey. Stone structure. Built 1204. Demolished 1538. O.S.A. SU30 SE5 Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.p. 652-5.
SU388202:Trees:Firgrove Estate. An area of trees retained throughout development. Grid reference given locates an approximate central point.
SU388407:House:May Cottage, Fullerton Road. 2 storeys, L- shape, colour-washed flint and brick. Thatched roof brought down over door as half-bell shaped hood, similar to Old Malt House, thatched hood of same type over garden door at side. Modern lattice windows and tiled roof bay. Gable facing road has stone figure from old Wherwell Church or Priory. Garden boundary wall constructed of large and small flints with tiled top. The wall also contains some old stonework re-sited by the then owner of May Cottage who helped to demolish the church in 1858.
SU388408:House:Old Malt House, Fullerton Road. 2 storeys. Brick and flint colour-washed white, with some exposed timber-framing. High pitched thatched roof with eaves raised over upper windows, and brought down over door to form a half-bell shaped hood. Old coach house with modern garage connected by screen wall with thatched coping.
SU388418:Farmhouse and Barn:New Barn Farm. Small single storey L-shaped farmhouse originally thatched now tiled. The L-shaped barn is weatherboarded with a hipped waggon entrance, also now with a tiled roof.
SU389024:Portion of South Wall:Precint of St. Mary's Abbey, running parallel with main road. Stone structure. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.p. 652-5.
SU389029:Parkland and Vineyards:Vineyard House to Abbey Precinct Wall.
SU389105:Cottages (3):Peartree, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Main Road. 2-storeyed row of cottages. Rendered. Thatched roof. Ground floor with five casement windows. Two doors with porches. First floor with four casement windows, some under eaves, some under eyebrows. Modern painted brick and thatch extension on left.
SU389105:Houses (8):The Terrace, Nos. 1-8 (consec.), Main Road. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick. Old tile roof. Nos. 1-7, a row of cottages seven windows long. Ground floor with simple doors and casement windows. No. 1, modest wooden porch to door. No. 8 stands free of, and forward from Nos. 1-7.
SU389105:Inn:The White Horse, Main Road. 2 storeys. Painted brick. Old tile roof, hipped at one end. First floor with a sash window, 2-storey bay window and a casement window. Modest door first floor with three sash windows. Modern extension to right.
SU389201:Trees:Pine Tree Cottage, Crescent Road. A group including pine, oak, silver birch and willow on land to the rear of Pine Tree Cottage.
SU389234:House:Outwood Lodge, Jermyns Lane. Brick and stone structure, with good example of the local 'Heathcote'chimneys. Originally one of the lodges on the south entrance to the Hursley Estate.
SU389235:Trees:Outwood Lodge. A number of oak trees standing in the grounds.
SU389339:Cottage:White Hall. 2 storeys, flint with brick dressings, partly rendered. Tiled roof. Originally two cottages.
SU389400:Cottage:The Old Cottage. Restored. Limewashed brick and plaster. Thatched roof. Modern casements. Originally two cottages.
SU389405:Water Meadow System:Wherwell. Sluices and ditches still remain in the meadows adjacent to the River Test.
SU389409:Barn and Walls:Manor Farm, High Street. 2 storey weather- boarded L-shaped barn with tiled roof. Originally thatched. Flint and brick boundary walls facing the High Street and Church Street enclose Manor Farm garden.
SU389409:Barn:Gavel Barn, High Street. 2 storeys. Thatched L-shaped brick structure, two blocked window panels. Weatherboarded to rear.
SU389409:Cottages (2):Nos. 33 and 34, High Street. Pair of 2-storey thatched cottages. Brick structure, the cottage to the right is plastered. Three upper windows and boarded doors.
SU389409:House:Gavel Acre, High Street. 2 storeys, abuts the road. Red brick with blue headers, some flint rubble, with cement plinth. Thatched roof with eaves splayed over four small upper windows. Casement windows on ground floor. Boarded thatched porch. New addition to right.
SU389409:Inn and Barns:The White Lion, High Street. 2 storeys, tiled roof hipped at either end. Red brick structure with plinth and band. Widely spaced casement windows, with two blocked window panels on first floor. Ground floor has splayed bay window, and trellis porch. Part reputed to be 400 years old, originally a coaching inn. Restored L-shaped range of barns, with cream-washed plaster walls, thatched roof and modern casement windows. Smaller thatched barn abuts the road.
SU389419:Trees:Beech Grove. Belt of beech trees behind the houses.
SU390093:lcehouse:Marchwood Park. Large structure in reasonable condition situated in the grounds northwest of Marchwood House.
SU390101:Trees:Crooked Hays Copse. A variety of trees standing in this area. Centred on grid reference.
SU390401:Cottage:The Old Inn Cottage. Restored, Exposed timber- framing with plaster infilling. Thatched eaves splayed over upper windows. Modern thatched porch.
SU390401:House:The Old Inn. 2 storeys, limewashed brick and plaster. Ridge thatched roof. Centre Victorian gabled porch. Wood casements. Older timber-framed portion to rear. Originally an inn, now restored and converted into private dwelling.
SU390403:Cottage:Poplar Cottage. Limewashed flint and part rendered structure. Thatched roof with four upper and four lower windows. Two glass panelled doors. Originally two cottages.
SU390408:Mill and Millhouse:Corn Mill, Mill Lane. Mill and millhouse in continuous range. The mill-building is timber- framed and weatherboarded, with brick ground floor to south-west. Welsh slate roof, 2 storeys, small timber windows with vertical bars. First floor loading door. Interior has machinery, largely intact, including main water wheel, vertical shaft and wallower gear, crown wheel and stones, and a water turbine of 1880 by Armfield of Ringwood. The house is of rendered brick, with flint and brick banding to rear wall. Sash windows with glazing bars. Ref: Water and Windmills in Hampshire and I.O.W., (S.U.I.A.G.), p.53
SU390409:House and Barn:Rodsway, Church Street. 2 storeys. Long ridge thatched roof brought down as pentice either end. Casement windows. Panelled door in fluted pilastered case with hood on brackets. To extreme right a gabled thatched barn is attached to the house by a screen wall with tiled coping.
SU390410:Cottage:Chestnut Cottage. 2 storeys, roughcast finish with plinth and band. Thatched roof with eaves raised over upper window to right, imitation window panel on first floor to left. Widely spaced casement windows. Rustic porch.
SU390410:Cottage:Ivy Cottage, High Street. 2 storeys, plastered walls. Thatched roof with pentice to right. Two small upper windows. Central rustic porch.
SU390410:Cottages (2):Nos. 19 and 21, High Street. Originally three houses, with shop on splayed corner. Timber- framed with plaster infilling. Uneven stepped thatched roof. Small upper windows, plain casements on ground floor.
SU390411:Lodge:Andover Lodge, High Street. The lodge to The Priory situated at the park entrance. A 2-storey thatched cottage orne with wide over-sailing gable and eaves forming a verandah at side with rustic supports. Two oriel windows and central door beneath verandah. Other windows are casements with diamond shaped glazing. Adjacent to the lodge is a pair of square stone piers with flat moulded caps and ball finials.
SU390491:Earthworks:West of Hackwood Copse. No obvious remains - presumably ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE18.
SU390581:Church:St. Barnabas. Built 1866. Flint structure. West tower, nave and chancel. Contains Norman font from the old church at Netherton, and C.17 monument to Anne Reade. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.217.
SU390581:Sarsen Stone No. 25C:Outside St. Barnabas Church.
SU391091:House:Marchwood Park. 2 storey. Large, irregular design with plastered walls and slate roofs. Pillared porch with architrave.
SU391115:Building:Royal Navy Arnaments Depot ordnance house.
SU391115:Buildings (2):Royal Navy Arnaments Depot, two magazines.
SU391116:Building:Royal Navy Arnaments Depot examining rooms.
SU391193:Trees:Bracken Close/Winstone Crescent. Area of trees on the common rear boundary of properties in Winstone Crescent and Bracken Close containing oak, ash, willow, birch and cypress.
SU391203:Trees:Botley Road. An area within the curtilage of Faraway, Botley Road, containing trees of different species.
SU391397:Cottage:Copyhold Cottage, Hill Close. Plastered walls. Tiled roof with eaves raised over two upper windows. Modern brick addition.
SU391398:Cottage:Chalkdell Cottage. Originally two cottages. 2 storeys, plastered walls. Casement windows. Thatched roof.
SU391399:Cottages (2):Tudor and Willow Cottages. White colour washed plaster and brick. Thatched roofs. Casement windows on ground floor. Two vertically panelled doors.
SU391407:Abbey (Site):Wherwell Abbey. A Benedictine Nunnery founded circa 986 and dissolved in 1539. The site now occupied by The Priory. Nothing remains of the Abbey above ground, but during drainage work in 1962 stone and flint rubble foundations were found under the lawn to the east of the house. The probable extent of the site is marked by a stream diverted during the time of the Abbess Euphemia, 1226-57. A stone in the garden wall of The Priory dated 1649 records that buried here are the last ruins of the ' Monoftery of Whorwell, erected by Queen Ethelrea'. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE19. Ref: 1. Mediaeval Religious Houses, (Knowles and Hadcock), pp.220 and 355. Ref: 2 .V.C.H., Vol. 2, pp.132-7.
SU391407:Coffin Lids:The Priory. Two mediaeval coffin lids inside The Priory wall.
SU391407:House:The Priory. The present mansion stands on the site of the Benedictine Abbey. The two principal fronts were faced with white stucco in C.19. 2 storeys, slate roof, sash windows. White domed cupola above the roof is dominating feature of the skyline. East facade has three tall windows, carried through both floors. Single storey wing projects to south, with mullioned and transomed wood casements. Entrance front to north has columnned porch flanked by carved stone lions of late C.19 date.
SU391408:Church:St. Peter and Holy Cross. Completely rebuilt in 1858 by Woodyer. Constructed of flint and Bath stone. Red tiled roof, shingled tower and spire. Architectural fragments from the original church have been used in the interior. Also inside are two small C.14 stone reliefs, a C.15 effigy of an abbess, and a C.16 tomb-chest of Sir Owen West. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and l.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.650.
SU391408:Cross:St. Peter and Holy Cross Church. C.9 cross believed to have been re-shaped and re-used to form a corbel in mediaeval times. Now preserved in the north aisle. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE20. Ref: Saxon Architecture and Sculpture in Hampshire, (Green), pp.45, 46.
SU391408:House:The Vicarage, Church Street. 2 storeys, red brick with blue headers. Long ridge tiled roof with half-hipped gables. Central gabled projection. Plain sash windows and casements. A C.14 cross is incorporated into the gable. Boundary walls, to north rendered chalk, and to west flint and brick.
SU391408:Mausoleum:The Churchyard. Large Victorian tomb built for the Iremonger family incorporates some stonework from the original church. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and l.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.650.
SU391408:Settlement (Site):Church Street. Wooden posts and post holes of houses approximately 500 years old, located during laying of drainage scheme in 1962. Also found were some pieces of dressed stone carved with scrolls, possibly from the old church or Abbey. Some further stone work found under the river indicated the site of a ford.
SU391409:Cottage:No. 29, Church Street. Small thatched 2 storey cottage standing end on to the road, beside the river.
SU391409:Cottage:Rosemary Cottage, Church Street. Cream-washed brick, thatched roof, one small upper window, two small casement windows on ground floor. Hooded porch,
SU391409:Cottages (2):Nos. 25 and 26, Church Street. Pair of brick built cottages, both colourwashed cream. Ridge thatched roof with eaves raised over four upper windows. Four casement windows on ground floor. Boarded doors.
SU391409:House:No. 27, Church Street. 2 storeys creamwashed brick cladding over original rammed chalk structure. Ridge tiled roof, with pentice to rear, originally thatched. Three casement windows, trellis porch.
SU391409:House:No. 28, Church Street. 2 storeys, timber- framed with plaster infilling. Thatched roof with small single upper window, gable at side to left has projecting chimney. Single storey wing to rear. Restored.
SU391453:Celtic Fields:Andover Downs. No trace of this field system remains. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE20.
SU391524:Skeleton and Sherds:North of Wallop Hill Down and adjacent the Bourne Rivulet. Crouched skeleton and two sherds found 1965 in pipe-trench. Finds in Basingstoke Museum. O.S.A. No. SU35 SW1.
SU391580:House:Faccombe Manor. Enlarged and recast circa 1936. 2 storeys. Brick structure. Sash windows. Centre doorway with arched pediment and lonic pilasters.
SU392025:Cottage:Hayters Mead, Dock Lane. Brick structure, tiled roof. Attractive cottage, well preserved.
SU392031:Conduit House:Monks Well, Hilltop. Stone built. Erected to supply water for the Abbey. Vaulted roof and stone bench round the interior. O.S.A. SU30 SE10
SU392031:Occupation Site (Mesolithic):Beaulieu Estates. Field contains approximately forty-eight individual circular sites, of varied diameters. Mostly overgrown. Potsherds and flints found, these are in Tudor House Museum, Southampton and Winchester City Museum. O.S.A. SU30 SE11.
SU392193:Trees:Bracken Close. An area containing different species retained throughout development.
SU392245:Building (Site):Ampfield Wood. Substantial foundations discovered consisting of large flints set in mortar. Tiles, plaster and building debris also found in this area. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE27.
SU392332:Corn Drier:South of Tin Wood. First scheduled July 1979, previously excavated by Test Valley Archaeological Committee, part of a large settlement site. Subsequently reburied in-situ.
SU392364:Farmhouse and Outbuildings:New Farm House. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick structure. Old tiled roof. Weatherboarded outbuildings. Stable dated 1814. Flint with brick dressings. Old tiled roof.
SU392385:Enclosure:East of Ivy Farm. Irregular rectangular area.
SU392398:House:St. Michaels Cottage. Red brick with blue headers. Thatched roof. Lattice casements. Exposed timber-framing with plaster infilling on the gable end. Thatched porch.
SU392399:Cottage:Horse Shoe Cottage. Timber-framed with red brick infilling. Thatched roof with eaves splayed over three upper windows. Centre C.19 tiled and brick gabled porch. Originally two cottages. Restored.
SU392399:Cottage:Post Office Stores. Exposed timber-framing to right with painted plaster infilling. Plain double shop front to left. Thatched roof with eaves square-cut around two upper windows. Modern brick additions.
SU392399:Cottage:Upcote Cottage. Three tiled dormers. Flint brick and stone structure. Centre ridge tiled roof, thatched each end.
SU392400:House:Abbots Cottage. 2 storeys, roughcast walls. Ridge thatched roof. Casement windows. Central porch and Panelled door.
SU392400:House:Abbots. 2 storeys, ground floor, limewashed brick, first floor, plastered with timber-framing. Thatched roof. Timber-framing in gable to left. Possibly C.17.
SU392401:House:Bannutts. 2 storeys, red brick with blue headers. Ridge tiled roof. Sash windows, small casements on first floor. Central panelled door.
SU392407:Gate Piers:The Priory. Pair of square rendered piers in screen wall flanked by carved stone ancone brackets. Ribbed ball finials. Situated at the entrance to the stables.
SU392412:Cottage:Toll Cottage, High Street. Single storey, brick flint and stone blocks, all colour-washed. Thatched roof.
SU392413:Trees:The Mount. An area of mixed woodland.
SU392490:Bowl Barrows (2) (Site):West of Trinley Wood. No obvious remains - presumably ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE15. Ref: 1, P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.p. 31 and 347. Ref: 2. Arch. J., Vol. 84, p.210.
SU393100:Trees:Highlands Copse. Several oak, ash, beech and birch trees standing in the area. Centred on grid reference.
SU393115:Buildings (2):Royal Navy Arnaments Depot buildings 209, 210 and entrance gates.
SU393174:Ancient Travelway:Course of Roman road (Winchester to New Forest) crossing the parish in a north-east/south-west direction. The few surface remains have mainly disappeared beneath plough or buildings, but some evidence remains in Marshall Rows.
SU393215:Site of Special Scientific Interest:Baddesley Common. An area of acid grassland and valley bog. The grassland supports an unusually species-rich community, and Emer Bog is rich in flora.
SU393274:Cottage:Berry Down House. Immediately east of Farley Church. L-shaped. Brick and old tile roof. Clustered chimney of square shafts with offset heads in centre.
SU393293:Coin:Ashleydown Plantation. Silver coin of Edward the Confessor found 1934. Present whereabouts not known. O.S.A .No. SU23 NE3.
SU393394:Trees:Quince Cottage, Drove Road. Three groups of cypress in the rear garden.
SU393400:Barn:Bannuts Barn. A threshing barn of cob structure with C.19 slate roof, and modern reinforcements. Possibly the biggest and oldest barn left in village.
SU393400:Granary:Cart Lane. Small, square, thatched granary, timber-framed with tarred boarding. Standing on seven staddle stones.
SU393400:House:Poplar Dene, Cart Lane. Originally a farm- house with later additions. Now a long double gabled building with tiled roof, rendered walls of chalk and flint. Built at right angles to the main village street.
SU393401:Cottage:Vine Cottage. 2 storeys, red brick with blue headers and flint panels, tiled roof, gable ended. Casement windows, centre front door. Used to be named Gaddis Croft and mentioned in Chilbolton Court Rolls of 1690.
SU393401:House:Pentons. 2 storeys, red brick with blue headers. Hipped tiled roof with corbelled brick eaves. Casement windows.
SU393403:Stables and Cottage:The Manor. Single storey, brick and flint rubble with red brick quoins. Hipped tiled roof.
SU393404:House:The Manor. 2 storeys red brick, partly colour-washed. Roof part slate, part tiled. Sash windows. Victorian canopied porch with cast iron trellis supports. Screen walls with tiled coping.
SU393412:Cottages (2):Nos. 8 and 9, Winchester Corner. Pair of thatched cottages with eaves raised over four upper windows. Colour-washed plastered walls, Ground floor has bay window to left. Three casement windows, and light rustic porches. Long ridge roof brought down as pentice to right.
SU393440:Roman Road:Dublin Farm. Part of the road from Cirencester to Winchester.
SU393513:Farm Buildings:Stoke Hill Farm. Two picturesque, weather- boarded and thatched barns.
SU393513:Farmhouse:Stoke Hill Farm. 2 storeys. Flint with red brick dressings. Ridge tiled roof with end stacks. House enlarged, incorporating old brick barns and stables.
SU394116:Building:Royal Navy Arnaments Depot receiving rooms.
SU394254:Manor:Slackstead Manor, Slackstead. Brick with flat eaves. Old tile roof. Flanking chimneys. Gable ends tile-hung.
SU394368:Footpath:From road C253 south-westwards past New Farm buildings and along lane to road A30. Centred on grid reference.
SU394401:Cottage:Daventry Cottage. Single storey. Timber- framed, white rendered. Thatched roof with pentice to rear. Two small casements and central door.
SU394401:Farm Building:Church Farm. Large L-shaped barn. Brick base with chalk walls. Right angle section to road of lapped boards with slate roof, possibly of a later date.
SU394401:Farm Building:Church Farm. Small thatched barn. Timber- framed and tarred boards. Stands on six staddle stones.
SU394401:Farmhouse:Church Farm. 2 storeys, chequered brick structure. Slate roof. Double sash windows. Later extension to rear. Slate and tile capped walls of brick and flint, part cement rendered.
SU394401:House:Wyfield. 2 storeys, red brick with blue headers. Tiled roof. Casement windows. Single storey addition to the right.
SU394402:Building:Former village school. Built 1843, closed as a school 1931. Single storey. Flint and brick structure. Slate roof. Traceried windows.
SU394402:Church:St. Mary-the-Less. Flint rubble and chalk with dressed stonework. Evidence of Norman building in blocked up clerestory window in south-west wall. Pulpit late Elizabethan. C.19 tower. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.164.
SU394402:Coin:St. Mary's Churchyard. Coin of Constantine and human bones found in 1891 on site of barrow. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE12. Ref: Hants Antiquity and Naturalist, Vol. 1, 1891, (Parker), p.24.
SU394413:Cottage:Old Greenwich Cottage. Originally a pair of thatched cottages now one dwelling. Colour- washed plaster with black plinth. Four upper windows. Thatched roof brought down as pentice at either end over boarded store.
SU394434:Trees:Part of Harewood Forest. Six copses from Wismore Copse in the north to Adders Copse in the south-east, all mixed deciduous woodland.
SU394458:Trees:Andover Down. Belt of trees to the south of Down House.
SU395013:Brickworks:Baileys Hard. Main building, drying shed and kiln remain. Also some derelict machines and a clay pit. Ceased work in 1934. Made bricks, pipes and tiles. Barges brought in coal and took away bricks. Ref: A gazetteer of brick and tile works in Hampshire, (White), p.93.
SU395046:Bowl Barrows (3):West of Foxhunting lnclosure. Wooded area. A - 12.5m. diameter and 1 m. high. Ditched. Badly mutilated. B - 13.5m. diameter and 1.3m. high. Hollow in centre. C - Destroyed. O.S.A. No. SU30 SE8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU395083:House:The Old Manor. 2 storeys. A restored Elizabethian pair of cottages, timber-framed with brick infill, tile hung. Gable to right and left. Connected by uneven ridge tiled roof in centre. Rendered over on centre portion. Modern lattice casement windows.
SU395274:Mound:Near old field boundary, date not known. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE11.
SU395275:Deserted Mediaeval Village:Farley Chamberlayne. An isolated church, a farm and cottage remain at the site. Originally in the Hundred of King's Somborne. Centred on grid reference. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.499, Vol. 4, pp.443-5.
SU395291:Barrows (6):Withering Corner. Group of two long barrows, three round barrows and the remains of a disc barrow. O.S.A. No.SU32 NE4. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.10, 14, 200, 202, 219, 253. Ref: 2. Wessex from the Air, 1928, (Crawford and Keiller), p.103.
SU395301:Settlement:South-east of Ashley Wood. An oblong earthwork sited below the crest of a hill and divided from north to south by a narrow bank. The eastern part is scheduled and here the banks are well preserved. Considerable evidence exists for later Roman occupation as a quantity of Roman pottery, tiles and brick fragments have been located through-out the area.
SU395327:Manor:Rookley Manor. Recorded as freehold estate in Middle Ages. Present house 1670. Stucco. First floor string course. Wooden cornice on Gothic arcaded bracketting. Battlemented parapet. Hipped roof, slate to south east, remainder old tile. 1776-83 occupied as hunting lodge by Duke of Cumberland. Tennis court built for Prince Regent removed to Crawley Court. House visited by Thackeray. Ref: 1. The Economic and Social History of an English Village, 1930, (Gras and Gras). 2. Crawley, 1907, (Pledge).
SU395339:Flint Working Sites (2):North and south of Fox Heath Copse. Finds include picks, choppers, large cores, anvil stones, etc. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU33 SE24.
SU395367:Bowl Barrow:North-east of New Farm. 20m. in diameter and 0.5m. in height, with ditch visible as loamy depression. Subject to annual cropping. O.S.A. No.SU33 NE15. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.200-351.
SU395400:Cart House:Goaters Farm. Situated at Garden Cottage, Room Meadow. Large enough to hold four farm waggons, chalk cob floor, flint walls, beams of old ships timbers, curved Belgian tiled roof.
SU395401:House:Chilbolton Cottage. Limewashed brick walls. Thatched roof. Centre gable. Open timbered porch with attic overhang. Restored.
SU395401:House:Lilac Cottage. Adjoins Chilbolton Cottage at right angles. Limewashed brick walls. Thatched roof. Restored.
SU395401:House:Whiteways. Limewashed roughcast, brick and plaster walls. Thatched roof with eaves raised over two upper windows. 2-storey portion to right. Together with Chilbolton Cottage forms a picturesque group.
SU395402:Coach House and Stables:Northwood House. Rectangular building backing onto the road. Flint and brick in bands with occasional stone blocks. Hipped tiled roof. Possibly early C.19.
SU395402:House:Northwood House. 3 storeys, red brick and blue headers with string course and plinth. Hipped tiled roof. Fine Queen Anne building with kitchen garden, walled on two sides.
SU395402:Sarsen Stone No. 17A:St. Mary's Church. Used as part of wall footings on north-west corner.
SU396027:Trees:Trees bordering the High Road. Hilltop Gate to Palace Gate House.
SU396199:Trees:Willis Avenue. An area of trees along the south east boundary of No. 132 Botley Road,and two silver birch one in the rear garden of No. 4 Rownhams Road, and one to the north west end of Willis Avenue.
SU396231:Cottage:Plum Tree Cottage, Lower Farm Lane. Brick structure. Tiled roof. Well restored with interior oak beams exposed. Huge fireplaces.
SU396233:House and Moat:Winchester Road. Square piece of land, the circumference of which is bounded by the vestiges of a sunken way, most apparent on the northern arc. Centre is now occupied by a modern house and market garden. O.S.A No.SU32 SE11.
SU396249:Building (Site):Wooley Green Farm. Flint and mortar foundations and also layer of burnt earth sealed by clay. Aerial photographs show outline of rectangular building. O.S.A. No. SU32 SE13.
SU396324:Cottages (2):Maisemore and Yew Tree, Up Somborne. 2 storeys, brick structure with thatched roof swept over upper windows. Small casement windows. Central door to each house, with small hood on wooden brackets.
SU396324:Trees:Providence Cottage, Up Somborne. Two yews in the north-west corner of the garden on the road frontage.
SU396328:Barns and Outbuildings:Rookley Manor Farm. A courtyard group of barns and buildings, weatherboarded, with corrugated iron roofs - modernised.
SU396328:Farm:Rookley Manor Farm. Part colourwashed brick. Part plaster. Hipped old tile roof. Incorporates late mediaeval timber-framed structure. Some enclosure 1795. Referred to 1837 with 698 acres. Ref: 1. The Economic and Social History of an English Village, 1930, (Gras and Gras). 2. Crawley, 1907, (Pledge).
SU396400:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage. Restored. Colourwashed brick, portion to left flint in bands with moulded brick plinth. Thatched roof with eaves square cut around three upper windows. Plain casements on ground floor.
SU396446:Earthworks:Old Pound Copse. 5-sided enclosure with rounded corners and straight sides. Could be a mediaeval enclosure. O.S.A. No. SU34 SE8. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), pp.335 and 392. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 1, 1885, (Shore), p.24.
SU396459:Settlement Site:Andover Down. No trace found in field investi- gation. Field system occupies part of the area of this probable site. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE30. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, 1900, p.303.
SU396478:Crop or soil mark:East of Pepper Hill Firs. No visible remains on the ground. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE36.
SU396514:Meadow:Stokehill Meadow. Under permanent pasture with a diverse flora.
SU396976:View:Looking south from Little Buckersleys Copse in east, to Bergerie Farm in west.
SU397031:WelI House:Abbotts Well House. Brick and stucco structure. Thatched roof. O.S.A. SU30 SE10. Ref: A History of Beaulieu Abbey, 1911, p. 97.
SU397038:Bowl Barrovv:Hartford Heath. 9.0 m diameter and 0.9 m high. Mutilated. O.S.A. SU 30 SE 7
SU397096:Cottage:Boxbush, Hythe Road. Single storey. Rendered. Hipped thatched roof with canted end extension. Three 2-light casements in pointed heads. Porch. Two tall brick stacks.
SU397225:Cottage:The Byeways, Pound Lane. Timber-framed with lath and plaster, and brick infilling. Thatched roof. Huge fireplaces. Exact date not known, but probably the oldest cottage in the village.
SU397227:Cottage:Gosport Farm Cottage, Green Lane. Single storey and attic, timber framed with brick infilling. The originally thatched roof is now replaced by tiles.
SU397228:Farmhouse:Gosport Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic. Brick structure. Old tiled roof with slate verge. 6- panelled central door with arched radiating fanlight and doorcase of Doric pilasters, cut scroll brackets and open pediment hood.
SU397274:Church:St. John's Church, Farley Chamberlayne. Norman. Small building of flint and stone. Plain arched light windows in nave, altered C.18. Early English west window, Norman south doorway with grotesque ornament. Mediaeval door and lock. Many tombs of the St. John family. Isolated on high plateau with extensive views. Approach from west is along short avenue.
SU397274:Manor House (Site):Probable home of St. John family. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE6. Ref: The Lost Villages of England, (Beresford), , p.352.
SU397275:Cottage:Telegraph House, Farley Chamberlayne. Former signal station. 1-storey stuccoed block. In the church at Farley is an ancient fire cresset probably used for the signal flares dating from reign of Edward III.
SU397285:Spear-head (Find):Farley Down. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, p. 403.
SU397324:Cottages and Barn:Providence Cottage and Sunny Patch, Up Somborne. Providence Cottage and the barn are both cruck framed buildings. Sunny Patch is of brick construction, colourwashed. Both houses single storey under one roof, originally thatched, now shingle tiles, with modern dormer windows. Barn also has shingle roof.
SU397325:Barn:Reeds Farm, Up Somborne. Small 3-bay weatherboarded barn with old tile roof.
SU397325:Cottage:Reeds Farm, Up Somborne. This small single storey building adjoins the farmhouse. Brick structure, red with blue headers. High pitch corrugated asbestos roof. Casement windows. Panelled door.
SU397325:Farmhouse:Reeds Farmhouse, Up Somborne. 2 storeys and attic. Brick walls, old tile roof, with small flat-roofed dormers. Sash windows. Central door with plain hood.
SU397415:Farmhouse and Outbuildings:Dublin Farm House. Single storey with three hipped dormers. L-shape in plan. Walls red brick with blue headers. Tiled roof with half-hipped gable at one end and brought down as pentice at other end. Projecting hipped gabled wing to rear. Casement windows and C.19 splayed bay. Low walled garden. Thatched and weatherboarded barn, and open fronted waggon store with thatched roof brought down to ground level at sides.
SU397466:Pottery:Tinkers Hill. Pot sherds, pot boilers, hammer- stones, etc. found in the area. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE27. Ref: The Andover District, an Account, 1922, (Crawford), pp.57 and 62.
SU397497:Lynchet:North east of Hackwood Copse. Approximately 8.0m wide and averaging 0.4m high. The lynchet follows slope of spur facing south west and falls in grass fields. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE14.
SU397529:Downland:Stoke Down. Small downland area with good flora.
SU398030:House:Hill Top House. Brick and rubble structure. 2-storey and attic. Hipped and gabled tiled roof with later additions.
SU398086:Church:All Saints. Destroyed by enemy action 20th June 1940. Restored and reopened 2nd April 1955. Main structure of stone. Part of original chancel wall intact. Broad, low and battlemented tower of 1884. C.20 nave. C.12 font, a square Purbeck marble bowl with arched recesses. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.191.
SU398086:Churchyard:Members of the Lisle Family, Royalists who fought against Monmouth in the Battle of Sedgemoor are buried in the churchyard.
SU398227:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage, Pound Lane. Originally two cottages. Tirnber-framed with brick infilling at the rear. Front facade of brick and tiles. Tiled roof. Open fire places with cupboard for smoking bacon. Well in garden, 30 ft. deep.
SU398232:House:Ampfield House. Main block of 2 storeys and attic. Moulded stone cornice and brick parapet with stone coping. Hipped old tiled roof. Elegant Georgian house standing in fine grounds. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.78.
SU398232:Stables:Ampfield House. Situated between walled garden and the house. Brick structure with old tiled roof and weathercock.
SU398324:Farmhouse:Lovells Farmhouse, Up Somborne. 2 storeys, brick structure, shingle tiled roof. Casement windows. Trellis porch.
SU398326:House:Manor Farm. 2 storeys, brick walls part rendered. Slate roof. Sash windows. Single storey extension at front of building. House recently modernised, but still retains some re-used old timbering. Possibly stands on the site of the old manor. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.474.
SU398391:Barn:Barley's Barn, Ariel Farm. Flint and stone structure, built around 1862. Scheduled to be demolished when runways of wartime airfeild were taken up, but in view of its history the building was reprieved.
SU398483:Building (Site):East of Finkley Farm. Excavated in 1871. Finds include a hearth, spearheads, coins, knives, etc. Large scatter of artefacts found after ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE16. Ref: 1. A Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne, (Stevens), pp.59-70. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 6, pp.303-4.
SU398483:Ring Ditches:East of Finkley Manor Farm. Not identifiable on the ground. Apparently ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE35. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 22, pp.125-50.
SU399233:Trees:Ampfield House. This order covers all trees of whatever species standing in a large area which includes the grounds of Ampfield House and extends as a roadside belt along the north-west side of the A.31, also an area around The Vicarage, and an oak, a scots pine, a cedar and a plane, standing separately in adjoining fields.
SU399307:Pottery and Bronze:Found 1920 in Great Upper Somborne Wood. Now in Winchester City Museum. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW17.
SU399369:Bowl Barrows (3):East of Kitemore Cottages. Averaging 21 m. in diameter and l m. in height, A fourth barrow completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU33 NE13. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.351. Ref: 2. Crawford Collection, A.P. No. SP23055.
SU399467:Building (Site):Andover Down. Finds include bronze knife handle, a fibula and coins of Victorinus. Building excavated in 1867, comprised large room with rammed flint and chalk floor and mortared flint walls. Site lies in field that is subject to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU34 NE23. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, pp.302-3. Ref: 2. Archaeology of Roman Britain, 1930, (Collingwood), pp.131-2.
SU399568:Strip Lynchets:Extending over south-east of parish. Series of well preserved strip lynchets from 2.0m to 5.0m in height. Probably Saxon or mediaeval in origin. O.S.A. No. SU35 NE11.
SU400045:Bowl Barrow:Beaulieu Heath. 5.2m. diameter by 0.5m. high. Dug into. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW2.
SU400055:Earthwork:Noad's Earthwork. Enclosed area about 250ft. by 200ft. External ditch and bank. O.S.A. No. SU40 NW9. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 17, 1951, (Wrey), p. 122.
SU400231:Inn:The White Horse. Single storey and attic. Timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Old tiled roof. Interior oak panelling, massive beams and two huge fire places. May be older than date shown.
SU400413:Common and Water Meadows:Bransbury Common. The site lies on the flood plain of the upper Test Valley. The soil formation of the Common is of peat over gravel, the water meadows are on a heavier soil, and together the areas support a wide variety of grassland and sedge communities.
SU400502:House:Upper Wyke Manor. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. Corbelled brick eaves and long ridge roof hipped at either end. Sash windows. Four small gabled dormers. Victorian brick porch with coat-of-arms of the Earl of Portsmouth above. Tall C.19 rendered chimneys.
SU400603:Grassland:East Woodhay Down. Chalk grassland on north- east facing scarp. The flora has some affinities with that of damp meadow grassland. Centred on grid reference.
SU401003:Farmhouse:Keeping Farmhouse. Brick structure. Tile roof. with later additions.
SU401291:Enclosure:Land under plough. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW9. Ref: Wessex from the Air (Crawford and Keiller), p. 102
SU401303:Celtic Field System:North of Forest Belt. Visible over area of about one square mile of former downland. Ploughed-out except for some lynchets and cross banks. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW16. Ref: Geographical Journal, 1923, p.343.
SU401484:Linear Earthwork:Devils Ditch. Forming part of the south west boundary of the parish.
SU401502:Building (Site):Upper Wyke Barn. Piece of tesselated flooring from this area formerly in Andover Museum. Present whereabouts not known. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW15. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, pp.304-347.
SU402186:Moated Farm (Remains):Manor Farm. Half of moat filled in 20 to 30 years ago and present farmhouse and adjacent lawn now occupies the site. Remaining portion fed by three small streams.
SU402207:House and Stables:Manor House. 2 storeys and attic. Red brick with vertical vitreous brick strips. C.19 stone cornice and balustrade. Hipped slate roof with three dormers. On west elevation a central single storey brick porch with C.19 balustrade, panelled door in panelled reveal. Lower wing to south, east wing has large Palladian upper window. C.18 long range of brick built stables with old tile roof. Walled garden on east side.
SU402207:Remains of Preceptory:Manor House. Built on the site of the Preceptory of Knights Hospitallers who moved their headquarters to North Baddesley from Godsfield after the Black Death. Nothing visible remains of the Preceptory, the only evidence being the amount of worked stone in the foundations of the earlier parts of the Manor House, and an ancient well in the kitchen court. O.S.A. No. SU42 SW5. Ref: 1. Mediaeval Religious Houses (Knowles and Hadcock), p.240. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 2, pp.187-8. Ref: 3. V.C.H., Vol. 3, pp.463. Ref: 4. Buildings of England, Hampshire and I.O.W. (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.361.
SU402208:Church:St. John the Baptist. Small nave and C.15 chancel of equal width. Walls of rubble and flint, west end wall is C.17 brick. SmalI tower, C.17 porch, timber-framed on stone base. C.14-15 traceried windows. Church restored by G.G. Scott in 1878-89. Ref: Buildings of England, Hampshire and I.O.W. (Pevsner and Lloyd) pp.354-356.
SU402208:Trees:St. John the Baptist Churchyard. Flowering cherries either side of the church path, which form a pink and white arch when in blossom.
SU402284:Field System:Mount Down. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW8.
SU402342:Barrow (Site):Land under cultivation. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW6.
SU402519:Cottage:Bridge Cottage, Stoke. Single storey and two dormers. Timber-framed with limewashed brickwork. Wide plinth of flint with brick dressing. Thatched roof.
SU403051:Barrows (3):Beaulieu Heath. South east of Noads. A - Bell Barrow. 22m. diameter and Visible ditch. Mutilated. Bracken covered. B - Twin Bowl Barrows. 43.5m. long. C - Bell Barrow. 25m. diameter and 2.6m. high. Small hollow at summit. Ditched. O.S.A. No. SU40 NW6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.195.
SU403071:Bowl Barrow:Dibden Purlieu Secondary School. On the edge of the school playing fields. Approximately 5ft. high. Overgrown with gorse, but dug into the centre. O.S.A. No. SU40 NW2. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU403233:House:The Vicarage. 2 storeys, red brick structure with vitreous brick string course at first floor level. Old tile roof hipped to right. Projecting C.19 gabled extension to left. Doric pilasters to doorcase, panelled door, with plain arched fanlight. Incorporates the remains of an older building, containing Tudor fireplaces. Ref: Memorials of Ampfield, Hants, (Lake).
SU403286:Burial Site:Dark Age inhumation. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW12. Ref: Winchester City Museum.
SU403290:Bowl Barrow:Farley Mount. Obelisk erected on, top of barrow. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, pp. 22, 36, 353.
SU403290:Obelisk:On Farley Mount. Stone. 30ft. high. Memorial erected in 1740 by Sir Paulet St. John to a favourite hunter which leapt into chalk pit without injury and later won race. Ref: Follies and Grottoes (Jones), 1953.
SU403518:Cottages (3):Riverside Cottages, Stoke. Single storey and three dormers. Red brick nogging on ground floor, plaster infilling above. Thatched roof.
SU403518:House:The White House, Stoke. Formerly an Inn. 2 storeys. Part white cement rendered, part limewashed brick. Core of building timber-framed. Hipped tiled roof.
SU403520:House and Cottage:Winterbourne and adjoining cottage. Timber- framed with flint and brick nogging in thin parallel bands. Thatched roof.
SU404074:Tree:A single oak at Claypits Lane, Dibden Purlieu.
SU404172:Occupation Site:Midway between Castle Hill and Ingersley. Many flint flakes, pot boilers, oyster and cockle shells found 1929. Possibly much older than the earthworks on Castle Hill. O.S.A. No. SU41 NW16. Ref: Short History of Nursling, 1948, (Crawford), p.14.
SU404183:Trees:Chilworth Manor. Consisting mainly of azalea, acer and rhododendron, with some cedar trees of exceptional merit. Grounds open to the public on a number of days each year in aid of various charities.
SU404187:Cottage:No. 12, Chilworth Old Village. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with colourwashed brick infilling. Old tiled roof. Irregular windows and gabled porch. Stone in wall at south end dated 1693. Formerly two cottages.
SU404187:Cottages (2):Nos. 9 and 10, Chilworth Old Village. Single storey and attic. Part brick, part timber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Irregular casements and doors. Brick porch added at north end. Tiled roof extensions at south end.
SU404235:House:Kingfisher House, Knapp Hill. 2 storeys, colour- washed brick. Flat eaves. Hipped slate roof. Altered and enlarged.
SU404291:Ranch Boundaries:Ploughed out but visible as soil marks. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW14.
SU404367:Inn:Leckford Hutt. L-shaped plan. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick structure. Old tiled roof. Casement windows. Later single storey with pent roof projection on road front.
SU404474:Barrow (Site):South east of Lower Wyke Down Farm. 'Ceardices Beorg' mentioned in a Saxon Charter, possibly the barrow of the great Cerdic. No trace of barrow remains. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW10. Ref: 1. Arch. J., Vol. 84, 1927, p.211. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.32.
SU404519:Farmhouse:Valley Farm, Stoke. Mainly C.19 with some Tudor portions. Tradition says Elizabeth I entertained here.
SU404519:House:The Round House, Stoke. Octagonal-shaped red brick structure. Thatched roof with central chimney. Curious columned porch with flat stone lintel surmounted by reclining figure of a Goddess. Former lodge to Stoke House.
SU404578:Ancient Footpath:The Priests Way. Between Coombe and Litchfield by way of Netherton, Faccombe, Ashmansworth, Crux Easton and Woodcott. Once used by priests to service churches, and also perhaps by wandering friars. The track runs parallel to The Oxdrove and is much used by walkers. Ashmansworth Footpath Nos. 1, 2, 5, 11, 12, 13.
SU405001:Coppice:Dunge Hill Copse, Bucklers Hard. Woodland of outstanding beauty.
SU405077:Moat:In a copse west of Claypit Lane, Dibden Purlieu Marked as doubtful moat by O.S. Area very wet and overgrown, more probably an old clay pit. O.S.A. No. SU40 NW3.
SU405168:Earthwork:Castle Hill. May be hilifort but more probably a cattle enclosure with relationship to Chilworth Ring. Partially destroyed by laying of gas main along the eastern side. O.S.A. No. SU41 NW18. Ref: Short History of Nursling, 1948, (Crawford), p.14.
SU405185:Trees:Chilworth Manor. Several wooded areas including parts of the grounds of Chilworth Manor, and the wooded Beacon Hill known as The Clump, centred on grid reference given.
SU405186:Cottage:Walnut Cottage, Chilworth Old Village. Single storey and attic. Timber-framed with colour-washed brick infilling. Modern tiled roof replacing the thatch and carefully swept over upper casements. Alleged to be haunted by smugglers.
SU405187:Cottage:No. 14, Chilworth Old Village. Single storey and attic. Part timber-framed with brick infilling part brick. lrregular casement windows.
SU405187:Cottages (3):Nos. 5, 6 and 7, Chilworth Old Village. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick. Thatched roof. Central 'Gothic' arched upper window and one window to each side bay. Two half-hipped gables each with 2-light casements. Remainder irregular casements and doors.
SU405233:Trees:Monkswood House and Monkswood Cottage. Many different species in an area surrounding the house and cottage.
SU405311:Building Site:Great Upper Somborne Wood. Finds included perforated roof tiles of purbeck stone, bricks and large fIints. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW19.
SU405358:Footpath:From parish boundary eastwards along grass track, south of Leckford Down Farm to parish boundary north of Dumpers Oak. Centred on grid reference.
SU405473:Barrow (Site):West of Faulkners Down Farm. Traces of barrow 14 paces in diameter, height reduced by ploughing. Mention in Saxon charter. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW9. Ref: 1. Arch. J., Vol. 84, 1927, pp.210-1. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.32, 349.
SU405473:Bowl Barrow (Site):On parish boundary, west of Faulkners Down Farm. Mentioned in Saxon Charter 'The Barrows of the Ashtree'. Reduced by ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW9. Ref: 1. Arch. J., Vol. 84, 1927, pp.210-11. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.32, 349.
SU405478:Enclosure:North east of Lower Wyke Down Farm. Air photographs show enclosure containing other markings with apparently associated bank and ditch forming linear earthwork to the north. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW12. Ref: 1. A.P. 5274/26/32, (Crawford Collection). Ref: 2. A.P. CA 060, (St. Joseph).
SU405482:Probable Barrow (Site):South west of Lower Wyke Farm. Mound 28.0m in diameter and 0.2m in height. Upon it a ring of chalky soil 14.0m in diameter. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW19. Ref: A.P. CL27, (St. Joseph).
SU405519:House:Stoke House. Imposing Georgian structure. 3 storeys. Red brick walls. Slate roof. Sash windows with stucco lintels and painted reveals. Central Ionic columned porch. Used by the Bank of England in World War II.
SU405520:Cottage:Honeysuckle Cottage. Single storey and dormers. Plaster, limewashed brick and flint walls. Interior exposed beam ceilings.
SU405614:Church:St. Martin. Rebuilt 1828. Large brick nave and square battlemented west end tower. Enlarged in 1887 when flint porch and chancel were added. lnteresting C.18 monument to Thomas Goddard. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.205-6. Ref: 2. History of East Woodhay, (Hodgson), revised by Gordon and Omerod 1968.
SU406046:Linear Earthwork:On open forest. Broad rather flat-topped bank, with side ditches following a sinuous but overall straight course. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW10. Ref: Ancient Earthworks of the New Forest, 1917, (Sumner), p.74.
SU406235:Church:St. Mark. Built in 1841 in Early English style, at a cost of ś3,000. Built in blue brick with stone dressings, lancet windows. Polygonal bell turret with stone spire. J. Keble memorial window by Butterfield, 1855. O.S.A No. SU42 SW3. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.78. Ref: 2. Memorials of Ampfield, Hants, (Lake).
SU406235:Fountain:Grounds of St. Marks Church. Stone drinking fountain surmounted by a stone cross. Placed there by Sir William and Lady Heathcote and the Rev. J. Keble, to commemorate a holy fountain in the Tyrol.
SU406237:Cottages:Knapp Hill. Irregular group. Originally the cottages for the employees of Hursley Estate. Single storey and attic. Some timber-framed with brick infilling, some brick. A mixture of thatched and tiled roofs. Centred on grid reference.
SU406334:U-shaped Enclosure and Crop:Nothing visible from ground level. Land under pasture. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW21. Ref: A.S.P. GE/0037. (St Joseph).
SU406370:Bowl Barrows:North-west of Chilbolton Down. Twin bowl barrows damaged by ploughing. Clearly visible on air photograph. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW4. Ref: 1. The Geographical Journal, 1923. Ref: 2. A.S.P. R.A.F. 23052.
SU406491:Cottage:Keepers Cottage. Flint and red brick structure, partly timber-framed. Thatched roof.
SU407035:Bowl Barrow:BeauIieu Heath, South of Stony Pond. 21 m. diameter. 1.2m. high, Hollow at centre. Heather covered. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU407176:Trees:Ingersley. Area of woodland consisting mainly of mixed conifers and deciduous trees. Centred on grid reference.
SU407186:Cottages (2):The Beehives, Chilworth Manor. Circular thatched roof lodges at each side of main drive. Both of 2 storeys. Circular pavilions stuccoed with rustic tree trunk columns at intervals. Quite unique construction, recently modernised internally. Gate piers of white brick, gates of wrought iron with honeysuckle pattern lock rail.
SU407187:Beacon Hill:The Clump. One of a line of Beacon Hills, the next one being Farley Mount which can be clearly viewed from the north-facing slopes.
SU407478:Occupation Site:North of Walworth Road. Large circular depression with spread outer bank. This site appears to interrupt a bank and ditch linear of ranch boundary type. Area under pasture. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW11. Ref: A.P. CA 058, (St. Joseph).
SU407493:Farmhouse:Middle Wyke Farm. 2 storeys. Roughcast walls. Tiled roof with bracketted eaves. Sash windows. Victorian gabled porch. Modern additions to rear.
SU407514:House:Gangbridge House. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. Steep slate roof. Sash windows. Long tile-hung wing to rear with pronounced first floor overhang suggesting the back of the house is timber-framed.
SU407540:Coins:Doily Bottom. A denarius of Antoninus Pius found 1936 and a coin of Constantius I found 1938. Present location not known. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW2.
SU407607:Footpaths Nos. 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29,46:South and west of East End. Network of foot- paths providing an impressive panorama of local beauty, including farmland and tremendous views from a chalk escarpment that rival any in the district.
SU408000:Building:Chapel of St. Mary, Bucklers Hard. Said to have been a smugglers' den, a cobbler's shop, and a Dame's School, before being restored, with permission of 2nd Baron Montagu, by Lady Poole, 1921. Dedicated in 1935. Interesting interior.
SU408020:Cottage:Otterwood Cottage. Brick with tile roof.
SU408020:Mediaeval Grange (Remains):Northwest of Otterwood, Beaulieu Estates. One of the Granges of Beaulieu Abbey. Represented by a farm of the original name. No remains of the Grange but a few buttresses of a barn. O.S.A. SU40 SW14.
SU408035:Bowl Barrow:Beaulieu Heath, South of Stoney Pond. 31 m. diameter. 2m. high. Bracken covered, slightly hollow at centre. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU408073:Trees:Dibden local plans area. Variety of species within a large area. Centred on grid reference.
SU408563:Altitude Mark:Lower Manor Farm. A broad arrow below a horizontal line cut deep into a brick pillar on the outside wall of a barn. It is said to mark 630 ft. and date from a survey in about 1880.
SU408628:Trees:Located at Broadmead and Scutwell's Copse, North End. Centred on grid reference.
SU408990:View:Looking south from Fiddlers House in the east, to Old Park Field in the west. Views of mouth of river and the Solent.
SU409000:Cottages:Nos. 75-81. Bucklers Hard. 2-storeys and attic. Brick structure with tile roofs. Wood casements mostly with leaded lights. Group value.
SU409000:Cottages:Nos. 84-91. Bucklers Hard. 2 storeys and attic. Brick structure with tile roofs. Sash and case- ment windows. Two have doorways with bracketed wood hoods. The top (most southerly) one has a tablet on with 'Jos Wort 1774' inscribed on it. In the garden of the last house is a contemporary detached outhouse. Group value.
SU409001:House:Master Builder's House. Bucklers Hard. Red brick. Tile roof. Was the home of Henry Adams, local shipbuilder in 1749-1805. Now an hotel.
SU409026:Barrows (4):Beaulieu Heath. Gorse covered. O.S.A. No. SU40, SW 1 2. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p. 213.
SU409026:Bowl Barrows:North of Otterwood Gate. Group of four Barrows. A - gyds. diameter. l ft. in height. B - As above. C - 20yds. diameter. 3ft. in height. D - 10yds. diameter. 1ft. in height. Ditches to B, C and D. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW12. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.362.
SU409054:Bowl Barrows (2):North west of Flash Pond. A - 11.5m. diameter and 0.7m. high. B - 10.5m. diameter and 0.9m. high. Ditched. O.S.A. No. SU40 NW6. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p.360.
SU409407:Cottage:River Cottage, Newton Stacey. Plaster on chalk cob. Roof of concrete tiles. Three casements on ground floor. Flat boarded porch. Restored. Originally a hall cottage.
SU409413:Marshland:Bransbury Common. Consists partly of peat over gravel and partly of disused water meadows. Site gives a wide variation in grass and sedge communities. Centred on grid reference.
SU410055:Bowl Barrow:In Pine Plantation. 16yds. diameter and 4ft. high. Hollow at centre. Visible ditch. Now under firs. O.S.A. No. SU40 NW7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p.360.
SU410064:Trees:Scots pine, birch, cypress and holly trees within the grounds of Nancegollen, West Road, Dibden Purlieu.
SU410180:Trees:Chilworth. Many groups of different species throughout the village. Grid reference given locates the central point.
SU410241:Bank and Ditches:Portland Bank. Forming part of the parish boundary and marking the limit of the Hursley Deer Park on the south side. About 5 ft. high with ditch on either side.
SU410382:Bowl Barrow:South-east of Middle Barn Farm. Spread and reduced by ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW1.
SU410403:Cottage:Rupert Cottage, Newton Stacey. Restored. Plaster on chalk cob. Roof of concrete tiles with eaves raised over three upper windows. Plain casements on ground floro. Thatched porch entrance at side.
SU410404:Farm Building:North of Manor Farm House. Large weather-boarded barn on brick base. Roof part thatched, part tiled. Possibly C.18.
SU410404:Farmhouse:Manor Farm House, Newton Stacey. 2 storeys, red brick with blue headers. Ridge tiled roof with Victorian gabled addition to road. Sash windows.
SU410414:Old Travelway:Roman road from Winchester to Cirencester traversing the southern area of the parish.
SU410510:Cottage:Gangbridge Cottage. Timber-framed with lime- washed brickwork. Thatched roof. Restored.
SU410510:House:White Floods. Formerly Stoke Farm. Single storey and three dormers. Limewashed brick with some exposed timber-framing. Thatched roof. Square-paned wood casements. Modern loggia with weatherboarded side. Restored.
SU410513:House:Yew Tree Cottage, Stoke. Restored. Single storey and dormers. Limewashed flint and brick with exposed timber-framing in places. Thatched roof. Rear wall strengthened by two projecting buttresses.
SU410562:Building and Well:Heaven, marked on map to south east of Lower Manor Farm, was the site of several cottages. A disused well 380 ft. deep with small brick pump house survives. lt supplied water to Ashmansworth in the mid 1920's, when a water tower (demolished 1960) stood beside Tower Cottage.
SU410565:Occupation Site:Church Farm. Large quantities of pottery found, identified as Belgic, Roman, Norman and mediaeval and indicating continuous occupation from Iron Age to mediaeval times. Excavations revealed Norman buildings and cobbled court-yard. Well 365ft. deep. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW4.
SU410566:Church:St. James. Small church, with nave, chancel and bell tower. East wall built 1745. Mediaeval wall paintings uncovered 1900, chiefly on north wall of nave and around the Norman chancel arch. Fragments of Roman urns and pottery also discovered. In 1977, a Memorial Window designed by Lawrence Whistler, to the late Gerald Finzi and other great English composers was installed in the porch. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW15. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 4, 1898-1903, p.219. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.274. Ref: 3. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.83-4.
SU410592:Ancient Road:The Oxdrove forms north west boundary of parish. A section of the prehistoric high way travelled by herdsmen between northern Europe and the grazing grounds of Salisbury Plain. In use adter the recession of ice and before the formation of the English Channel. Chalk downs to east and west contrast strongly with the heavy clay soil of the Oxdrove.
SU411036:Bowl Barrow:Beaulieu Heath, south of Stonyford Pond. Large flattish-topped bowl barrow. 25m. in diameter and 1.5m. high. No visible ditch. Bracken covered. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW5. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU411232:Trees:Potters Heron Motel. Hazel, oak, silver birch, sweet chestnut and yew in an area to the east of the building. Lawson cypress, mountain ash, silver birch, sweet chestnut and yew, in an area to the west of the building. Also groups consisting mainly of sweet chestnut and silver birch, and a poplar and a yew standing separately.
SU411502:Cottage:Myrtle Cottage. Limewashed brick and timber- framed structure. Thatched roof. Restored.
SU411512:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage. Timber-framed with limewashed brick structure. Thatched roof. Considerably enlarged.
SU411610:House:Stargroves. Large mansion with tower and battle- ments. Grey cement rendered walls. Mullioned and transomed windows. Stands on site of earlier house with Crornwellian associations. Ref: History of East Woodhay (Hodgson) revised by Gordon and Omerod in 1968.
SU411625:Footpath No. 13:From road C133 north of Heath End to road U34 at North End. Incorporates glimpses of typical local scenery, arable, woodland and pasture. Centred on grid reference.
SU412031:Bell Barrow:Beaulieu Heath. South of Hill Top to lpers Bridge Road. 60ft. in diameter, 5ft. in height, Bank 10ft wide ditch 12ft. wide. Bracken covered. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW1. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14m 1939, p.211.
SU412079:House:Shipdene, Southampton Road, Hythe. Rendered brick construction. Tall hipped slate roof with projecting eaves and flat soffit. Four early C.19 small-paned casement windows with pointed heads and interlacing glazing.
SU412360:Celtic Fields:Remains of field system covering the south-east area of the parish. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW7.
SU412509:Bowl Barrow:North east of Longhouse Farm. Grass covered mound 33.0m in average diameter standing on the edge of the flood plain. No visible indication of a ditch. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW14. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 15, 1938-40, p.347.
SU412509:Farmhouse:Longhouse. 2 storeys. Partly timber-framed. Flint and brick nogging in thin parallel bands. Modern lattice casements and porch. Rear wing - flint with red brick dressings.
SU412552:Barrow (Possible Site):West of Easton Park Wood. 'Barrow at Waecc's Tree' occurs as one of the bounds of what is now part of the parish in a grant by King Eadward A.D. 901 to the Refectory at Winchester. No trace visible on the ground. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW5. Ref: 1. Arch. J., Vol. 84, 1927, pp.210-14. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.31.
SU412610:Trees:At Stargroves Estate. Centred on grid reference.
SU413031:Bell Barrow:Beaulieu Heath. South of Hill Top to lpers Bridge Road. 54ft. in diameter, height 5ft. Vague bank gft. wide. Ditch 12ft. wide. Much mutilated. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW1. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1939, p.211.
SU413170:Earthwork:Chilworth Ring. Small univallate hillfort consisting of bank and outer ditch with two possible entrances. The bank now forms boundary of private dwelling plots and is considerably mutilated. O.S.A. No. SU41 NW17. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), p.259. Ref: 2. The Archaeology of Wessex, (Grinsell), p.182. Ref:. 3. P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, 1926-30, pp.224, 290.
SU413293:Round Barrow:Small round barrow sited on the edge of West Wood in the south of the parish. It is now a 3ft. deep hollow some 6ft. in diameter. Known locally as Robin Hood's Butt. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), pp.29, 30, 353.
SU413492:Building (Site):South of Lower Wyke Barn. Roof tiles, broken bricks and deep circular shaft found in field 1/4mile south of the Portway. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW1. Ref: A Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne, (Stevens).
SU413985:Salterns (Site and Remains):Great Marsh. Many linear earthworks at Need's Ore are sea-banks probably to be connected with the Salterns. The Marsh contains much evidence of Salterns in the form of square areas with building baulks. O.S.A. SZ49 NW2. Ref: Ancient Earthworks of the New Forest, p.119.
SU414042:Bowl (3):Beaulieu Heath. A - Bowl barrow. 21 m. diameter and 1.1 m. high. B - Not visible C - Small bowl barrow 5m. diameter and 0.4m. high. No visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW6.
SU414063:Tree:A single oak tree at Greenacre, Beaulieu Road, Dibden Purlieu.
SU414064:Trees:A variety of different species in the grounds of Rest Harrow, Beaulieu Road, Dibden Purlieu.
SU414173:Trees:Romandene Estate. Scots pine, silver birch, and oak and other species in gardens throughout the estate, centred on grid reference.
SU414293:County Open Space:Pitt Down. Adjacent to northern boundary of parish. Further to the west is Farley Mount. The area is also a country park. An area of chalk downland with a good varied flora. Centred on grid reference.
SU414508:Cottages (2):Pound Cottages. Single storey and dormers. Limewashed brick structure. Thatched roof. Named after existing pound opposite.
SU414510:Farm Building:Butlers. Long weatherboarded barn. Stepped thatch roof with wagon entrance at side.
SU414571:Altitude Mark:Steeles Farm. A broad arrow below a horizontal line cut deep into a brick pillar on the outside wall of a barn. It is said to mark 750 ft., and date from a survey in about 1880.
SU414575:Pond:The Mere. Early water supply. Pond 55 yds. by 35 yds., divided by porous dam 6 ft. wide acting as a filter. Remains of pump-house.
SU415003:Views:Gilbury Hard. Fine view of Beaulieu River.
SU415060:House:No. 12. One and a half storeys, stuccoed facade, hipped tiled roof with large centre chimney and two hipped dormers. Casement windows with glazing bars, central plank door with small flat hood. Formerly a public house and a shop.
SU415062:Trees:Beech, oak, cypress, holly and birch trees at Wiidground, Beaulieu Road, Dibden Purlieu.
SU415063:Trees:Land adjacent to Little Haven, Beaulieu Road, Dibden Purlieu.
SU415066:Trees:Oakiands and Hill Cottage, Beaulieu Road. Dibden Purlieu. Oak, sycamore, maple, silver birch, lime, mimosa, lawson cypress, Douglas fir and Monterey cypress.
SU415068:Trees:Braehead, Mullins Lane, Hythe. Poplars, lime, laurel, conifers and a single spanish oak.
SU415320:Bowl and Disc Barrows (5):Site is at Moor Court Farm. Sites are located here but none of the barrows are visible due to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 13, 1939-40, (Grinsell), pp.218 and 353.
SU415426:Farm Building:West of Gavelacre Farmhouse. Large thatched and weatherboarded barn.
SU415426:Farmhouse:Gavelacre Farmhouse. Rectangular brick house close to the river. 2 storeys. Hipped tiled roof. 6-window facade with some old lattice casements, a few C.18 and modern sashes. Single storey wing. Contains original panelling and Elizabethan overmantle from earlier house on the site. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.406.
SU415510:Farmhouse:Butlers. Single storey and half dormers. Timber- framed with red brick nogging. Thatched roof. Central C.19 gabled porch. Wing of flint with red brick dressings. Best example in locality of old timber-framed farmhouse. Probably C.17 date.
SU415620:Footpath No. 10:From road C133 at Heath End Village Hall to road U27 south of Copse Farm. Footpath runs through typical variations of local countryside, pasture, arable and less typically, woodland. Centred on grid reference.
SU416038:Barrow:South east of Stonyford Pond. 15ft. high. Ditch on north side. Evidence of digging on south side. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1939-40, p.360.
SU416038:Bowl Barrow:South-east of Stonyford Pond. 10m. in diameter 1.5m. in height. Covered in gorse. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p. 360.
SU416059:Trees:Heatherstone Avenue, Dibden Purlieu. Twelve oak trees in the rear gardens of properties in Heatherstone Avenue, Crete Road, Corbould Avenue and Armitage Avenue. Centred on grid reference.
SU416067:Trees:Golden Hind and Forest Hill, Mullins Lane, Hythe. Variety of trees. Located in housing estate. Centred on grid reference.
SU416183:Barrow:Chilworth Road. Low spread mound 10.0m in diameter and 0.5m in height in garden of private house. O.S.A. No. SU41 NW15.
SU416183:Church:St. Denys. Stuccoed structure. Low embattled west tower. Iron communion rail in simple Gothic pattern. Norman Font. Two bells, probably C.12 - the oldest in the south of England. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.165-6.
SU416469:Barrows (2):South east of Faulkners Down Farm. Grass-covered bowl barrow with ditch visible as crop mark. No trace of second barrow remains. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW13. Ref: RAF A.P.s 106G/UK/1035/4035-6.
SU416508:Cottages (3):Old School Cottages, or Swampton Cottages. Single storey and dormers. Limewashed flint with brick dressings. High pitched thatched roof. Casement windows under flat segmental lintels. Ref: St. Mary Bourne, (Stevens).
SU416575:Building:The Smithy. Small flint and tiled structure standing in important position opposite village green and pub. Used as smithy within living memory.
SU417039:Bell Barrow:South east of Stonyford Pond. 51ft. diameter and 71/2ft. high. Ditch visible. Hollow at centre. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p. 360
SU417061:Trees:Woodlands Close, Dibden Purlieu. Three groups of trees. Varieties include Scots pine, holly, oak, mountain ash, beech and birch.
SU417064:Trees:Windmill Copse Estate, Hythe. Mixed conifer and hardwoods. Located in housing estate.
SU417071:Trees:Several birch trees at The Dell, Overbrook, Hythe.
SU417080:Trees:Trees on land adjacent to the railway line between West Street and Jones Lane, Hythe. Centred on grid reference.
SU417083:Bowl Barrow:South east of Stonyford Pond. 27m. in diameter and 2.1 m. high. No visible ditch. Slight hollow at centre. Much mutilated by rabbits. Furze and bracken covered. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.360.
SU417382:Long Barrow:South-east of Middle Barn Farm. Visible as chalk-mound in arable field on the summit of a hill. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW19. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.10, 200.
SU417485:Possible Enclosure (Site):North west of Apsley Farm House. Triangular soil mark of disturbed chalk in ploughed field. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW20. Ref: A.P. A.F.57, (St. Joseph).
SU417507:Cottage:Bourne Cottage. Single storey and dormers. Limewashed brick and flint structure. Thatched roof. Possibly C. 1 8 date.
SU418039:Barrow:South east of Stonyford Pond. Remains of a barrow 30m. diameter. Material of the mound has been removed from the northern half and piled up to form a rifle butt, therefore not possible to decide on bell or bowl type. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW8. Ref; P.H.F.C, Vol. 14, p.360.
SU418069:Trees:Trees within the grounds of Mullins House, Hythe. Centred on grid reference.
SU418358:Settlement (Site):Probably of Iron Age date. Crop and soil marks of a ditched enclosure. Only part in parish. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW25.
SU418362:Bowl Barrow:Spital Bushes. Visible on air photograph as a circle of chalk. Surrounded by faint indications of a ditch. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW24. Ref: A.S.P., R.A.F., 23024.
SU418362:Settlement (Site):South-east of Spital Bushes. Cropmark of sub- circular enclosure and also Celtic field system in field to north-north-west. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW25.
SU418367:Coin Hoard:Chilbolton Down. Two flagons containing approximately 900 coins found July 1941 in apparent rubbish pit, along with animal bones, coarse potsherds and general rubbish. The hoard is displayed in Winchester Museum. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW23. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 15, 1941-43, (Williams-Freeman), pp.212-3.
SU418389:Bowl Barrows (3) (Site):South-west of Newton Down Farm. Two of the barrows now ploughed out. Ditch visible as dark band on aerial photograph. Urn found in the area. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.351.
SU418434:Farmhouse:Forton Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Cement rendered facade. Ridge slate roof. Sash windows. Panelled door and projecting porch. Modern tiled gabled additions to rear.
SU418507:Cottage:Wurrage. Single storey and dormer. Red brick structure. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Modern porch. Cottage approached by footbridge over the Bourne River.
SU418507:House:Swampton House. L-shaped plan with principal fa‡ade at right angles to road. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Tiled roof. Four mullioned and transomed wood casements.
SU419053:Barrow (2):Bowl or Possibly Bell Barrows. Mounds 24m. to 28m. in diameter and 2.2m. high. Ditch visible on east side. O.S.A. No. SU40 NW8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.360.
SU419054:Barrow:Bowl or possible bell barrow. Mound 24m. to 28m. in diameter and 2.2m. high. Ditch visible on east side. O.S.A. No. SU40 NW8. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell), p.360.
SU419059:Trees:Butts Ash Lane, Dibden Purlieu.
SU419078:Trees:Two oak trees on the public house site at the junction of Southampton Road and Jones Lane.
SU419300:Site of Roman Villa:Cow Down Copse. Courtyard type villa excavated in 1965-72. Mosaic found in one room now in Winchester Museum. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW18. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 23, 1965, pp.46-47.
SU419360:Trees:Along old drift road following north boundary of parish.
SU419368:Chalk Grassland:Brockley Warren. One of the last remaining areas of chalk grassland and chalk scrub on the Hampshire chalk plateau. It supports juniper, bramble and hawthorn scrub.
SU419434:Cottage:No. 2, Forton. Exposed timber-framing with red brick infilling. Thatched roof with eaves raised over three upper windows. Plain casements. Dated 1702 on chimney. Now two dwellings.
SU419434:Cottages (3):Nos. 1, 3 and 5, Forton. Red brick row. Thatched roof with four small upper windows. Pentice at side. Single storey boarded and thatched addition to right.
SU419434:Farm Buildings:South-east of Forton Farmhouse. L-shaped range including large weatherboarded barn. Two hipped waggon entrances. Small restored stable wing. Vertical timber work with brick herringbone and flint nogging. An exceptional fine group. Originally thatched, now tiled.
SU419435:Cottages (3):Nos. 7, 9 and 11, Forton. Brick with blue brick band, flint band in places. Thatched roof. Seven odd-sized upper windows. No. 11 has brick buttress.
SU419504:Cottage:Spring Cottage. Formerly a shop. Single storey and dormer. Timber-framed structure. Thatched roof. Wood casements. Boarded doors.
SU419505:Cottage:Wayfarers Cottage. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick structure. Thatched roof. Central Victorian gabled porch with ornamental bargeboards.
SU419505:Farmhouse:Spring House Farm. 2 storeys. Yellow colourwashed brick structure. Corbelled brick eaves. Thatched roof. Partly exposed timber-framing on rear elevation. Centre panelled door under flat hood, supported on iron posts.
SU419506:Cottage:Forge Cottage. Single storey and dormer. Timber- framed and limewashed brick. Thatched roof.
SU420034:Bowl Barrow:On open forest. Flat-topped barrow 13.5 m across and 0,6 m high. No visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW22.
SU420038:Bowl Barrow:Under pasture. 26.0 m across and 1.8 m high. No visible ditch. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW21. R ef: P. H. F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p. 361.
SU420038:Twin Bowl Barrow:Overlapping barrows under pasture. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW21. Ref: P.H.'F.C., Vol. 14, j938-40, p. 361.
SU420050:Old Roadway:Dibden Purlieu to Holbury. In Forestry lnclosure, growing young trees. Swathe left may be the road. Centred on grid reference.
SU420052:Bowl Barrow:South of Buttash. Barrow about 30ft. across by 6ft. high. In fir plantation, land covered in gorse. O.S.A. No. SU40, NW10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.361.
SU420061:Tree:A single Ginko Biloba tree at Plot 6, Butts Ash Gardens, Hythe.
SU420076:Kiln (Site):Possible Mediaeval kiln site found in 1963, during road construction. Layer of pottery 24ft. across and scattered fragments found. O.S.A. No. SU40 NW11. Ref: P.H.F.C., New Forest Section, Report 3, 1964, (Pasmore).
SU420198:Trees:Chandlers Ford Growth Area. Many trees of different species to the north of Castle Lane, retained throughout development. This order also extends into Chilworth.
SU420250:Park:Hursley Park. Formerly a deer park. Many fine trees, including row of walnuts running towards church spire. O.S.A. No. SU 42 NW5. Ref: Archaeology in the Field (Crawford), pp.189-195.
SU420265:Hill Fort (Remains):Merdon Castle. Some remains of keep. Motte and bailey of C.12. Probable site of Iron Age hill fort. Merdon was centre of the Hundred of Buddlesgate. Deserted mediaeval settlement. Now in grounds of Hursley Park. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW4. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology, 1915. (Williams Freeman), pp.255-258, 384. 2. V.C.H., Vol. 3, pp.401, 418.
SU420284:Crop Mark:Nothing visible at ground level. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW6.
SU420308:Bowl Barrow:Now only visible as a mark in the chalk due to ploughing. The site is on Moor Court Farm, north of Well Copse. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), pp.219 and 353.
SU420336:Inn:The Rack and Manger. Present building circa 1850. Built on site of far earlier house. Known in C.18 as The Deluge. In 1881 it had coach house and large amount of stabling.
SU420362:Bowl Barrow:South-east of Spital Bushes. 17.0m in average diameter and 0.6m high with surrounding band of loam indicating former ditch. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW26. Ref: A.S.P. R.A.F./C.P.E./U.K./1811/33045.
SU420390:Farmhouse:Newton Down Farm, Newton Stacey. Plastered walls with wide plinth. Roof of concrete tiles with eaves raised over two upper windows.
SU420423:Farmhouse:Bransbury Manor. Dated 1790. 2 storeys, red brick structure. Hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. Low kitchen wing extends to rear, built of cob and brick.
SU420434:Cottage:Riverside Cottage. Flint and brick in bands, plastered to right. Thatched roof with four upper windows. Pentice to rear. Originally two cottages.
SU420435:Cottage:Forton Cottage. Restored. 2 storeys. Lime-washed brick facade strengthened by two brick buttresses. Hipped tiled roof with pentice to rear. Exposed timber-framing on first floor.
SU420435:Cottage:Kingfisher Cottage, No. 12, Forton. Exposed timber-framing with limewashed brick infilling. Thatched roof. Two upper windows. Pentice at either end. Originally two dwellings.
SU420435:Cottage:Rose Cottage. Previously 2 cottages. Now one dwelling. Red brick with occasional blue headers. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Three casements. Two white painted doors.
SU420435:Cottage:Test View Cottage. Red brick with flint bands. Thatched roof. Two small upper windows. Pentice to rear. Originally two dwellings.
SU420435:Cottage:The Old Beams. Originally two cottages at right angles to road. Red brick with exposed timber work in gable abutting road. Thatched roof. Two small upper windows.
SU420435:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage, No. 15, Forton. Small thatched cottage at right angles to road with thatch brought down as pentice over boarded store. Gable abutting road has exposed timber work. Cambered tie beam.
SU420497:Celtic Fields:West of Derry Down Copse. No well-preserved sections but lynchets and field banks vaguely visible as soil marks. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW2. Ref: R.A.F. A.P.s 106G/UK/1035/4035-6, 4050.
SU420534:House:Dene House, Binley. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. Corbelled brick eaves. Hipped tiled roof. Long single storey range of limewashed coachbuildings and stables.
SU420550:Woodland (Remains):Easton Park Wood. Oak, birch, beech and hazel trees. Remains of an ancient wood and a pleasant feature of the view across from Ashmansworth. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.311.
SU420608:Footpaths Nos. 25, 27, 32, (U32), 33, 38, 46:East End/Hollington Park areas. Network of footpath, walked either way, gives a fine understanding of local beauty. Fine views of Pilot Hill, undulating arable land and also more good views in the area of Hollington Park. Centred on grid reference.
SU421039:Bowl Barrow:Steep-sided barrow 19.0 m across and 2.6 m high. Ditch. Land under pasture. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW19. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p. 361.
SU421049:Bowl Barrows:Two barrows. A - 9.0m. diameter and 1.0m. high. Visible ditch. B - 6.5m. diameter and 0.5m. high. No visible ditch. Old central crater. Both gorse covered. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW16. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.361.
SU421310:Bowl and Disc Barrows:This site is at Moor Court Farm, west of Sparsholt. Has been ploughed out, only chalk marks remain. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW2. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.353.
SU421383:Settlement (Site):East southeast of Middlebarn Farm. No trace remains. Site completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW9.
SU421423:Farm Building:Bransbury Manor. Brick and chalk cob waggon store with timber roof under slates.
SU421439:House:Middleton House. Plain classical mansion of circa 1820-30. 2 storeys. Grey cement rendered walls. Steep hipped slate roof. Sash windows. Projecting flanking wings of later date. Garden fa‡ade has two attractive bowed windows with canopied roofs.
SU421503:House:The Plough. Formerly an Inn. Creamwashed brick and flint structure. Long low thatched roof. Sash windows on ground floor, three dormers above. Ref: Hampshire Chronicle, article 17.11.51.
SU421503:Implement:Found 1868 in Vicarage garden. Small oval drift implement discovered 5 ft below the surface. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW21. Ref: A Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne, (Stevens).
SU421503:Pottery:Found 1869 in Vicarage Garden. Pottery displayed in Andover Museum may have been found at this site. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW18. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.346.
SU421504:Cottages (2):Hill View Cottages. Timber-framed with lime- washed brick nogging. Thatched roof. Sun Assurance sign on No. 1.
SU421505:Cottage:Devoran. Flint with red brick dressings. Thatched roof brought down as pentice to left. Casement windows.
SU421505:Cottage:Mundays. Single storey and dormers. Thatched roof. Ground floor room with timbered ceiling supported on moulded bressumer with stopped chamfered ends. Originally two or three cottages and possibly dating from the C.16.
SU421505:Trees:Spring Hill. Belt of trees including beech and pine.
SU421506:Implements:Spring Hill. Probable Palaeolithic implements found circa 1888. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW8. Ref: A Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne, (Stevens).
SU421998:Gardens:Exbury Gardens. Large well known woodland garden of rhododendrons, azaleas, etc. between Exbury House and the Beaulieu River Estuary. Centred on grid reference.
SU422069:Trees:Deans Lake and Gunton House, Langdown Lawn, Hythe. Robinia, malus, prunus, beech, birch, willow, oak, sycamore, ash, scots pine, macrocarpa, thuja and cypress trees.
SU422080:Trees:Hythe Town Centre and New Road. Pines at St. John's Hall and Nos. 14, 16, 20 and 22, New Road. An oak at No. 26, New Road. Single specimens of oak, yew, lime and Holm oak at No. 20, Pylewell Road. Centred on grid reference.
SU422169:Trees:Belvedere Lodge, Bassett Green Road. Exceptional collection of azaleas and rhododendrons. Some now damaged due to recent road work.
SU422254:House:Hursley House. Considerable modern alteration and addition. Brick with stone quoins and dres- sings, moulded ground floor string course. Modern slate roof with dormers. Carved oak panelling from New Hall, Winchester College, temporarily stored there during restoration of college chapel. Was home of Richard Cromwell, though Old Manor stood on lawn opposite south front of house. Now offices and labs. of I.B.M. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW7. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 3, p.417. Ref: 2. History of Hursley (Marsh), pp.5-23. Ref: 3. J. Keeble's Parishes (Yonge), Ch. 7. Ref: 4. Country Life, Dec. 1902, (with photos).
SU422265:Lodge (Site):Merdon Castle Lodge, Hursley Park. 1830/40. 1 storey and attic. Log cabin design with shingle roof, gabled each end. Demolished.
SU422350:Trees:Immediately around Crawley Court.
SU422422:Cottage:Riverside Cottage, Bransbury. Red brick structure. Thatched roof with eaves raised over upper windows. Lattice casements on ground floor. Plaque with inscription 'Restored 1900 R K H'.
SU422423:Cottages (4):The Barracks, Bransbury. 2 storeys, plaster on chalk cob. Thatched roof. Casement windows. Boarded porches.
SU422436:Cottage:No. 10, Forton. Red brick with blue headers. Thatched roof raised over two upper windows and brought down as pentice over boarded store to left. Centre panelled door.
SU422480:Farmhouse:Apsley Farm. 2 storeys. Original portion blue brick with red brick chimneys. Ridge tiled roof. Sash windows. Modern Georgian style additions.
SU422497:Burial:Derry Down Copse. Skull with other human bones and iron buckle found 1875 during road works, O.S.A. No. SU44 NW4. Ref: A Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne, (Stevens).
SU422501:Pottery:East of Derry Down Copse, Pottery discovered during the digging of a pond. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW23.
SU422502:Cottage:April Cottage. Single storey and dormers. Limewashed brick and flint structure. Thatched roof. Modern door with antique latches and knocker.
SU422502:Cottage:Church Cottage. Single storey and dormer. Timber-framed with limewashed brick and plaster. Thatched roof. Plain wood casements. L-shaped with projecting wing to rear. Formerly two dwellings.
SU422502:Cottages (2):Gable Cottages. 2 storeys with attic gable to left. Flint with red brick dressings. Thatched roof. Long low single storey addition to right. Light timber porch.
SU422503:House:Fourways. Formerly an Inn, now divided into two dwellings. 2 storeys. Limewashed flint with brick dressings. Corbelled eaves. Hipped tiled roof. Victorian porch and bay window.
SU422504:Cottage:Summerhaugh Cottage. Single storey and dormers. Limewashed plaster facade over earlier timber- framed structure. Thatched roof.
SU422543:Building (Site):South of Easton Park Wood, Binley. Finds include stone roof tiles, nails, broken glass, coin etc. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW7. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 9, 1920-4, p.290. Ref: 2. Wessex From The Air, (Crawford and Keiller), p.26. Ref: 3. V.C.H., Vol. 1, pp.304-346.
SU423001:Mansion:Exbury House. Stone structure with slate roof. A large and imposing mansion, mostly rebuilt at a comparatively recent date. Shallow porch with Doric columns and plain parapet. Early C.19 office wing on east.
SU423040:Barrow:Within area of gravel workings. Nothing identifiable remains. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW20. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, (Grinsell).
SU423040:Site of Natural Interest:Beaulieu Heath (East). Open forest.
SU423075:Trees:Hythe House, Hythe.
SU423080:Building:Lord Nelson Inn, High St. Hythe. 2 storeys. Double-fronted, lime-washed brick. Gable end, new tile roof. Left hand ground floor has early C.19 small-paned sash windows, with fretted fascia added over frieze below cornice. Double 4-panel door with heavy shaped brackets supporting frieze and cornice.
SU423080:Building:No. 6, High Street, Hythe. Circa 1800. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick with recessed extension. Gable end old tile roof. C.19 shop windows. on ground floor, sash windows above. Central doorcase with open pediment, blind semi-circular fanlight with radial swagged bars.
SU423080:Building:The Anchor and Hope Inn, High Street, Hythe. Circa 1840. 2 storeys. Stucco-faced, double- fronted house. Hipped slate roof with wide eaves. Central columned porch. Single-storey extension, circa 1860, curved round corner. Stuccoed. Round headed window and door with linked architraves and keystones.
SU423080:Buildings:Nos. 7 and 9, High Street, Hythe. 2 storeys. Roughcast walls. Old tile gable end roofs. 32- light casement windows on first floor. Segmented arched doorway in surround. Reproduction bow shop window.
SU423080:Hotel:The Drumrnond Arms Hotel, Prospect Place, Hythe. Rusticated, rendered ground floor, yellow brick above. Roof not visible. Large rectangular block of 3 storeys, with lower out-buildings. Pilasters on front with rendered bases and caps. Parapet with central coat of arms.
SU423080:Houses (3):Nos. 8, 10 and 12, Pylewell Road, Hythe. 2 storeys. Stucco faced. Steep pitch old tile roof with eaves cornice. ash windows with glazing bars. Joint tent roof. Early C.19 trellis porch. Similar single porch.
SU423081:Cottages:Nos. 1-11 (odd), Prospect Place, Hythe, Group of brick cottages, 2 storeys and 2 storeys with attics. No. 1, circa 1840 with hipped slate roof. Nos. 3 and 5 share date plaque 1721, 1729. Painted brick with tiled roof and hipped dormers. No. 7, dated 1808 with canted bay windows. Nos. 9 and 11, semi-detached. Painted brick with tiled roof.
SU423222:Trees:A variety of trees adjoining the north-west side of Baddesley Road and the east bank of the Monks Brook.
SU423227:Trees:Little Oak, Hook Crescent. All the trees of whatever species standing in an area of land adjoining the property.
SU423230:Coppice Enclosure (Remains):Hocombe Upper Plantation. Obvious trace of banks but the age or use of them is uncertain. O.S.A. No. SU42 SW8. Ref: 1. Archaeology in the Field, 1952, (Crawford), pp.194-5. Ref: 2. History of North Baddesley, 1808, (Marsh), p.36.
SU423370:Enclosure (Site):Brockley Warren. Virtually ploughed out, but visible on air photograph. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW21. Ref: 1. Air Photography and Archaeology, 1928, (Crawford), p.20. Ref: 2. A.S.P., R.A.F., 23060.
SU423479:Old Travelway (Alleged):Old road from Walbury to Tidbury. Suggested the route connects two hill-forts, of which dates of erection and occupation have not been accurately determined. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW17. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 8, 1918-20, (Turner), p.105.
SU423503:Church:St. Peter. Enlarged, and tower added between C.13 and C.16. Fine Norman font of black Tournai marble. Sepulchral recess with C.14 effigy of cross-legged knight. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW20. Ref: 1. Church Guide, 1972. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.493-4.
SU423503:Cottage:Oak Beams. Single storey and dormers. Timber- framed with limewashed brick and plaster infilling. Thatched roof. Plain wood casements. Formerly two dwellings.
SU423503:Cottage:St. Peters Cottage. Adjacent to churchyard. Single storey and dormer. Limewashed brick and plaster walls. Thatched roof. Probably C.17.
SU423503:Lamp-post:Adjacent St. Peter's Church. Erected to com- memorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. Cast iron with plaque.
SU423503:Monuments:St. Peter's Churchyard. Interesting C.18/19 table tombs. Ref: 1. Church Guide, 1972. Ref: 2. Burial Records.
SU423503:Trees:St. Peter's Churchyard. Includes ancient yew circa 1 1 00. Avenue of limes and yew planted 1759. Ref: St. Mary Bourne (Stevens).
SU424046:Bell Barrow (Site):On open forest. No trace remains. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW17. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.p. 212, 361.
SU424061:Trees:Seadown, Frost Lane, Hythe. A belt of syca- more, maple, lime and elm trees.
SU424078:Church:St. John, Hythe, 1874, by John Scott. Brick with stone dressings. Nave, north aisle with arcade, and short chancel. Stepped lancet windows grouped in arched surrounds. Open bellcote over east gable of nave. Stone angular pinnacles. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.304.
SU424079:Building:Nos. 19/19A, The Marsh, Hythe. Circa 1840. 2 storeys. Stucco faced with low pitched hipped slate roof. Wide eaves. Sash windows with glazing bars. Two doors on ground floor.
SU424079:Buildings:Nos. 13 and 15, St. John's Street, Hythe. 2 storeys. Stucco walls. Welsh slate roof, hipped on left. Sash windows with glazing bars. Doric pedimented porch to No. 15.
SU424080:Building:No. 23, High Street, Hythe. 2 storeys. Painted stucco. Gable end old tile roof with dog tooth brick eaves cornice. Pilaster strips flank each end of front. Casement windows in raised stucco surrounds. Ground floor small shop window.
SU424081:Building:Hythe Promenade (former International Stores.) Originally built as a bulk store. 2 storeys. Rendered brick with hipped old tile roof. Central ground floor double doors. Single-storey extension with pentice roof. Before land reclamation this building stood directly on the waterfront. Visually important in the view from Hythe Pier to the village. One of the only surviving buildings relating to Hythe's waterborne trade.
SU424294:Bowl Barrows (2):Sited in Burrow Copse to the west of Burrow Road. Both barrows are covered in undergrowth, but are still quite visible. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW2.
SU424348:Church:Church of St. Mary. Originally Norman. Mentioned in Domesday Book. Altered C.13. Rebuilt 1887 but older features, including chancel arch, remain. Yew and lime trees in churchyard. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.609. 2. The Economic and Social History of an English Village, 1930, (Gras and Gras). 3. Crawley, 1907, (Pledge).
SU424348:Cottage:Pear Tree Cottage. Bears an old Sun Insurance mark, and an old wall bracket for a street lamp.
SU424379:House:The Dower House. Large irregular L-shaped group. Part C.17 of flint and brick with stone mullioned window. Old tile roof. Greatly extended C.20. Formerly the Old Rectory but trasferred to Crawley Court in 1911 and renamed. Ref: 1. The Economic and Social History of an English Village, 1930, (Gras and Gras). 2. Crawley, 1907, (Pledge).
SU424498:Possible Building (Site):Lower Link. Remains of flint foundations, parts of skeletons interred in oak coffins, pottery and coin found 1866. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW3. Ref: 1. A Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne, (Stevens). Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.304.
SU424503:Ring Ditches or Barrows (2) (Sites):East of St. Peter's Church. Two adjacent circles, each some 30 yds. in diameter sited on steep slope. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW16.
SU424506:Flint Working and Occupation Site:Breach Field. Many arrowheads, axes and cores etc. found in the area. Collection of implements stored in Reading Museum. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU45 Sw17. Ref: 1. A Descriptive Account of Flint Implements found at St. Mary Bourne, (Stevens). Ref: 2. Village Story - St. Mary Bourne, (Innes), p.1.
SU424561:House:Crux Easton House, formerly The Rectory. Home of Geoffrey de Havilland in his youth, when his father was rector of Crux Easton. He test flew aircraft in and around the parish and later designed the Tiger Moth aircraft. A field is still named after him. Oswald Mosley the Blackshirt Leader was interned here during the 1939-45 war.
SU424561:House:Crux Easton House, formerly the Rectory. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick structure with plastered pedimented entrance facade. Old ridge tiled roof. Projecting one-storey addition in front encloses modern paved courtyard.
SU424561:lnhumation Burial:Crux Easton Rectory. Human skeleton found 1856. Urn discovered nearby, identified as New Forest 'thumb pot'. O.S.A. No.SU45 NW7.
SU424562:Church:St. Michael, Crux Easton. Small brick structure with nave of three bays and apse with one large arched window. Fine panelling round the altar. Font of Italian marble on stone baluster. Erected 1775. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.188. Ref: 2. V.C>H., Vol. 4, p.313.
SU424594:Farmhouse:Vinnicks, formerly Hollington Farm. 2-storey. Mostly red brick, centre portion blue brick with red brick dressings. Hipped tiled roof. Three hipped dormers. Sash windows with Palladian windows on each side.
SU424616:Mesolithic Flint:Woolton Hill. Found in sand and on surface in 1958. O.S.A. No. SU46 SW6.
SU425045:Bowl Barrow (Site):Ground uneven and overgrown. No visible signs remain. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW18. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.361.
SU425046:Bowl Barrow (Site):On open forest. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW1 7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.p. 212, 361.
SU425077:Building:No. 1, Shore Road. 2 storeys. Red brick and blue headers. Gable end, double pitch, plain tile roof. Sash windows under flat brick arches. C.19 gabled enclosed porch.
SU425078:Building:No. 37, St. John's Street, Hythe. Colourwashed brick. 2 storeys. Welsh slated roofs, main roof hipped on left adjoining smaller hipped roof. Slightly lower left hand wing. Sash windows with glazing bars under flat arches. Nos. 37 and 39, St. John's Street and Nos. 1 and 3, Shore Road form a group.
SU425078:Building:No. 39, St. John's Street, Hythe. Brick faced with pebbledash. Low pitched slate roof with wide eaves. 3 storeys. Pair of canted bay sash windows on ground floor. Central door under pedimented hood on consoles.
SU425079:House:No. 17, St. John's Street, Hythe. 2-storey. Double-fronted house. Cement rendered with incised coursing. Gable end tiled roof. Sash windows with glazing bars. Central entrance with early C.19 trellis porch.
SU425082:Pier:Hythe Pier. The last cast-iron pier on Southampton Water still in use. It is the longest pier on the south coast and measures 2100ft. It remains as built i n 1880. A ferry service operates to the town quay. A 2ft. gauge electric railway still runs its length. Ref: Hampshire Industrial Archaeology; A Guide, (Ellis), p.43.
SU425197:Road:Stretch of Roman road, now preserved as an open space within new housing development.
SU425261:Boundary Bank:A length of deer park boundary bank in Hursley Park. Centred on grid reference.
SU425320:Stable:Westley House. Flint and brick stable dated by plaque on end gable (J.P.F. 1871). This is the last remaining building of original Westley Manor Farm. Dovecote holes in east gable and along top of south west wall.
SU425321:House:Westley House, Hampshire College of Agriculture. Was the manor house of Westley Manor, probably late Georgian. Known to have been in existence 1845, but is probably older than date stated.
SU425348:Cottage:Glenbuck. One dwelling made from two semi- detached thatched cottages. Brick structure. Hipped thatch roof swept down between upper windows.
SU425364:Earthwork:Brockley Warren. Sub-circular depression with banks on the east and west, possibly a Romano-British pond or 'circus'. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW14. Ref: Air Photography and Archaeology, 1928, (Crawford), p.20.
SU425401:Celtic Field System:South of site of Folly Farm. No visible trace remains, either on ground or in aerial photographs. System completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU44 SW9.
SU425414:Burial Site:Human burial of female in 'plank' grave. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1977.
SU425439:Church:St. Nicholas. Restored 1857. C.15 west tower of chequer flint and stone. Arcades each side of the nave, original, circa 1200. C.18 font. O.S.A. No. SU44 SW8. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.323.
SU425439:Farmhouse:Church Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Ridge thatched roof brought down as pentice at one end. Gable end cement rendered. 4-window fa‡ade.
SU425439:House:Rectory. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick structure. Low pitched slate roof with wide spreading eaves. Garden facade has square paned wood casements, canopied verandah and french windows.
SU425440:Cottage:No. 9, Middleton. Creamwashed brick structure. Thatched roof with eaves raised over two upper windows. Trellis porch. Lower wing to left and pentice to rear.
SU425501:Trees:Bourne Court. Poplars, yew, holly and laurel along the frontage of road B 3048 and along the western and southern boundaries of the curtilage of Bourne Court.
SU425575:Dew Ponds:Cross Lane. A feature once common on the high waterless chalk. Now mainly cleared of undergrowth and retaining water for most of year. Supports a different ecology from the rest of a heavily cultivated parish.
SU425613:Cottage:Dormer Cottage, East End. Brick structure with interior timber-work. Tiled roof. Jettied end fronts the road and is tile-hung. Dormer windows with triple frames. An attractive part of the group of buildings surrounding East End Green.
SU425613:Cottage:The Forge, East End. Village forge in use until the early 1970s. Lath and plaster walls with much interior timberwork. Tiled roof. An integral part of the group of buildings surrounding East End Green.
SU425613:Cottage:The Stores, East End. Brick and lath and plaster walls with some timber-work. Part of a group of buildings surrounding East End Green.
SU425613:Cottages (2):Nos. 2 and 3, The Court. Brick with lath and plaster walls, old tile roof. With the forge and stores form an L-shaped group adjacent to the green.
SU425613:Village Green:The Green, East End. Triangular green with War Memorial. Formerly the site of the village stocks. Focal point of this small community, of a type threatened by the modern way of life.
SU426002:Church:St. Katherine. Gothic style. Stone structure. C.13 font of Purbeck marble from the old church. Northwest tower. The original site of the church was nearer the sea.
SU426060:Trees:Forest Lodge, Hythe. Located in housing estate.
SU426077:Building:No. 3, Shore Road, Hythe. 2 storeys. Brick structure with Welsh slate roof. Sash windows with glazing bars. Central gabled C.19 porch.
SU426361:Drift Road:Along north boundary of parish. Centred on grid reference.
SU426371:Enclosure (Site):Brockley Warren. Once visible on air photographs as a ditched enclosure with apparent field-way of a Celtic field system forming the north side. Now completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW22. Ref: Air Photography and Archaeology, 1928, (Crawford), p.20.
SU426387:Long Barrow:West of Moody's Down Farm. Ploughed down. Field under cultivation. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.200.
SU426423:Hill Fort:The Andyke, Bransbury. Bank and ditch of a promontory fort relying for its other defences on the rivers Test and Dever and the marshes between them. Simple entrance near its centre. O.S.A. No. SU44 SW2. Ref: 1. The Andover District, 1922, (Crawford), p.63. Ref: 2. Field Archaeology as Illustrated in Hampshire, 1915, (WIlliams-Freeman), pp.245-6, 347. Ref: 3. Southern Britain in the Iron Age, (Ordnance Survey Map).
SU426439:Cottage:The Curacy. Red brick with exposed timber- framing. Thatched roof raised over two upper windows. One gabled dormer. Bay window on ground floor. Single storey tiled wing to rear.
SU426439:Cross:Slender 'Saxon' cross at fork in road where lane leads to church. Dated 1867. Inscribed 'Via Crucis Via Lucis'.
SU426439:Village Stocks:By lych-gate to the church. A reproduction of the original stocks installed about 1930.
SU426497:House:Hollyside. Limewashed flint and brick structure. Thatched roof.
SU426527:Trees:2 elm trees south east of Binley Village.
SU426563:Building:Wind pump and associated brick building, Well Meadow, Crux Easton. Annular steel wind pump, source of village water supply until circa 1910. Well beneath the building 300-400 ft. deep. An attractive group of buildings.
SU426563:House (Site):Well Meadow, Crux Easton. Earthworks and under- ground brick-arch tunnels at the end of ancient avenue of limes may perhaps be site of writer Edward Lisle's house. Famous as the author of 'Observations in Husbandry'.
SU426985:Site of Natural Interest:Beaulieu Estuary. North west Solent shore including the Beaulieu River Estuary and flanking shingle and marsh. Great diversity of habitats. Important wader and wildfowl refuge. With Hurst Castle and Lymington River Estuary considered to be of national importance as a costal ecosystem. Centred on grid reference.
SU427035:Arrowhead:Mesolithic/Neolithic triangular flint arrowhead. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW36.
SU427035:Thames Pick:Small Mesolithic flint tranchet axe. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW30.
SU427036:House:Holbury Manor Farmhouse. C.17/18 recasing in red brick of earlier building. Originally half-H plan Tudor mansion. 2 storeys. Steeply pitched old tile roof. C.19 gabled brick porch with reset stone surround and voussoir arch. Badly damaged by fire 29.10.72. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW24.
SU427036:Moated Site:Adjacent to Holbury Manor. Probable site of monastic manor and associated buildings. Small earthwork approx. 40 ft by 40 ft. Well marked wet ditch, clearly defensive. Sites of three buildings within moated area, and others outside. Pottery, tile, stone , slate and brick found. Present house east of site is of Tudor date. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW24. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology in Hampshire, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), pp.2-6. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 3, p.293.
SU427182:Trees:Hut Hill. A large belt of woodland to the east of Hut Hill.
SU427237:Well Head:In garden of Red House, Ladwell. Inscribed with a warning. Possibly the 'Lady Well' of Ladwell.
SU427252:Church:All Saints Church. Stone. Rebuilt C.19 by Heathcote family in conjunction with John Kebie, the vicar from 1836 to 1866. Monument to Cromwell family in church, including Richard Cromwell who is buried there. He is said to have planted lime trees in the churchyard, which are so visually important to the village. Tower Mediaeval. Spire demolished 1959. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW (M) 3. Ref: J. Keble's Parishes (Yonge), Ch. 10.
SU427252:House:The Vicarage was the home of J. Keble from 1842-66. Ref: J. Kebie's Parishes (Yonge). Ch. 12.
SU427254:Cottage:Culvers. Brick with vitreous first floor string course. Upper part tile-hung. Tile roof. Altered C.20.
SU427254:House:Home Close. Brick moulded string course ground floor. Old tile roof. Steps to central door with wrought iron rails. Up to 1882 a private school, a curate's house until 1896 and a doctor's house up to 1938. Now private residence.
SU427256:House:Northend House. Brick carried up to parapet. Old tile roof. Modern addition in west formerly a farmhouse. Good yew hedges in garden.
SU427266:Pair of Estate Cottages:130 yds. south of Standon Farmhouse. Brick and thatch. Early C.19 cast-iron casement and ledged doors.
SU427267:Farmhouse:Standon Farmhouse, Standon. Brick. Old tile roof with flanking chimneys. 3-bay front with half-glazed central door.
SU427347:Memorial:Wooden Memorial. Beside War Memorial, to U.S. Army personnel killed in helicopter crash near the village, May 1968.
SU427348:Cottages (2):Little Thatch and Thackeray Cottage. Brick on flint base. Hipped thatched roof. Narrow raised terrace at front with brick parapet and central flight of steps.
SU427348:Trees:In Crawley Village gardens. Most are within the conservation area.
SU427349:House:The White House. Stucco. Chamfered quoins. First floor string course. Flat eaves. Hipped slate roof. Symmetrical chimneys. Some Venetian shutters. Ground floor windows tall french casements with architrave surrounds. Iron verandah. Doric porch. Clipped box and yew hedges. 1871 - appeared as The Close on O.S. Map. Renamed 1908. Ref: The Economic and Social History of an English Village, 1903, (Gras and Gras).
SU427440:Cottage:Cypress Cottage. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Slate roof with wide spreading eaves. Sash windows. Centre canopied trellis porch.
SU427442:Farmhouse:Home or Lower Farm. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Thatched roof with pentice to rear. Casement windows.
SU427496:Cottage:Link Cottage. Limewashed brick and timber- framed structure. Thatched roof.
SU427497:Cottage:Little Barn. 2 storeys. Plastered with black tarred plinth. Thatched roof. Modern oak panelled door with circular light.
SU427564:Trees:Crux Easton. Avenue of limes 150m. long by 10m. wide. Not less than 170 years old.
SU427565:House:Manor House, Crux Easton Farm House. Single storey and four gabled dormers. Limewashed brick structure with older timber-framed core. Old ridge tiled roof. Modern timber verandah. Row of limewashed brick stables.
SU427614:Trees:Littlemead, Woolton Hill.
SU427616:Trees:Fairfield, Woolton Hill.
SU428055:Deserted Mediaeval Village (Site):Hardley, formerly Hardelie. Within the New Forest. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 513.
SU428069:Tree:A single oak tree at Fulmar Drive, Hythe.
SU428226:Barrows (4) (site of):Discovered 1923. Middle Bronze Age barrel and bucket urns found. Barrows destroyed by housing development. OSA SU 42 SW 13. Ref: 1. OS Prov 6' 1938. Ref: 2. Rec. 6' (O.G.S. Crawford). Ref: 3. PHFC XIV (1898) (T.W. Shore). Ref: 4. PHFC 14 (1938-40) p.20 (L.V. Grinsell).
SU428249:Trees:Various trees in the grounds of Southend House. Centred on grid reference.
SU428251:Cottage:No. 98, Hursley. Brick, old tile roof. 4-bay front. Extension to left. Village carrier's house until about 1904.
SU428251:Group of Cottages:97, 97A, 98A, Hursley. Timber-framed with infilling. Cemented. Old tile roof. Upper part oversails on beam ends and brackets. 97 and 97A were originally one house. 97 formerly the saddler's shop, has a hanging shutter which was used as a counter in former times. A typical mediaeval shop front.
SU428251:Inn:The Dolphin Inn. Brick, colourwashed on road front. Old tile roof. Sign of wrought iron. Diamond in blue bricks on north wall repeats pattern on south wall of Northend House. Two diamond-shafted chimneys.
SU428251:Row of Cottages:No. 99, Hursley. Terrace of three cottages altered to cottage, house and shop. Brick. Old tile roof.
SU428251:Sarsen Stone No. 39A:At the entrance to Wilson's Bakery.
SU428252:Cast Iron Conduit Fluted Dome:In street at Hursley. Next to No. 96. Once fed from 180ft. well and tank on high ground north- east of Northend House. A similar conduit at Northend vanished in early 1960s.
SU428252:Cottage:No. 96, Hursley. Brick, and old tile roof. Two upper leaded casements. One similar on ground floor and ledged door.
SU428252:Row of Cottages:Nos. 76, 77, 78 and 79, Hursley. 76 is later, early C.19. Brick, but 79 has stuccoed front to older house. Tiled roofs, except 76 which is slate. Good ilex tree in garden of 79.
SU428253:Cottage:No. 42, Hursley. Brick, part timber-frame. Slate roof. Distinctive chimneys. C.19 additions.
SU428253:Forge:In centre of village. Single storey red brick walls. Tiled roof with half-hipped gable end. Two brick chimneys. Stable door. Small pane casement windows with cambered brick arches.
SU428253:Row of Cottages:39, 40 and 41, Hursley. 1 storey with attic. Colourwashed brick. Old tile roof. Three gabled dormers. 39 a doctor's surgery.
SU428253:Row of Cottages:No.'s 57-59, Hursley. Red brick with grey headers. Gable end old tile roof, the eaves swept down, rafters exposed. Plain cottage doors.
SU428254:Cottage:No. 30, Hursley. Brick with offset eaves. Old tile roof. Upper part tile-hung and oversailing. Picturesque.
SU428254:Cottage:No. 31, Hursley. Brick. Toothed eaves. Hipped old tile roof. Vitreous brick first floor string course.
SU428347:House:Pitter Cottage. Timber-framed with brick infill. Hipped thatch roof swept over upper windows. Formerly a farm. Escaped 1738 fire. Named after old Crawley Yeoman family. First referred to in muster of 1569. Ref: 1. The Economic and Social History of an English Village, 1930 (Gras and Gras). 2. Crawley, 1907, (Pledge).
SU428396:Celtic Field System:North-west of Moody's Down Farm. No visible trace remains. System completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW3.
SU428414:Settlement Site:Part of a large ditched settlement excavated in advance of British Gas pipeline installation. Ref: Andover Archaeological Society, 1977.
SU428440:Cottage:The Bungalow. Single storey structure at right angles to road. Exposed timber-framing. Long thatched roof. Modern extension and alterations.
SU428440:Trees:Stream Stores. Two ash south of the property.
SU428441:Cottage:Honey Cottage. Single storey. Colourwashed brick structure. Ridge thatched roof. Seven casement windows.
SU428442:Ancient Site:Middleton, Site of deserted mediaeval village. Hundred = Wherwell. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 475. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.406.
SU428544:Long Barrow:South west of Upper Woodcott Farm. Grass-covered barrow situated on edge of arable field. Mutilated on west side by two chalk pits, now overgrown. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW9. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., and A.S., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.10, 37, 197. Ref: 2. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hants., 1915, (Williams-Freeman), p.242.
SU428573:Cutting:A343, south of Three Legged Cross. An attractive stretch with over-arching trees, traditionally believed to have been dug out by Napoleonic prisoners circa 1815.
SU429037:Arrowhead:Barbed and tangled arrowhead. Late Neolithic or early Bronze Age. Grey lustrous flint 1/2 ins long and wide. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW23.
SU429347:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage. Timber-framed with colour- washed brick infill. Half-hipped thatch roof on two levels. Formerly two cottages. Modernised.
SU429347:House:The Old Thatch. Brick and flint in horizontal bands. Hipped thatch roof. Three 3-light windows with modern leaded casements.
SU429347:Soil Marks (Site):Light-coloured patches identified from air photographs only. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW12.
SU430020:Bowl Barrow:Langley Heath. 9.0m. diameter and 0.8m. high. Former ditch visible as band of light green heath grass. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW27. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938, p.362.
SU430034:Building (Site):Located in field at Holbury Manor. Foundations of wattle and daub structures uncovered. C.4 sherds found. Roman tile and pottery C.2-4 also found. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW35. Ref: P.H.F.C., Newsletter, Spring 1971, (Dockerill).
SU430290:Woodland:Crab Wood. 183 acres of woodland south of Sparsholt. Trees include oak, beech and hazel. Centred on given grid reference. Part is County Open Space. Site of special scientific interest; part is Hants. and I.O.W. Naturalists' Trust Reserve.
SU430319:House:Garstons. Brick structure with flint chiseling in panels. Built between 1845-1875, with additions in 1890 and 1920. Fine oak trees in paddock to south.
SU430346:Cottage:Paige's Cottage previously called The Old Malt House. Brick and thatch. Originally the home of local Paige family. Once the village Fire Station. 1911 - one of 3 village dwellings not tied to Crawley Court. Ref: 1. The Economic and Social History of an English Village, 1930, (Gras and Gras). 2. Crawley, 1907, (Pledge).
SU430346:Cottage:Pond Cottage. Brick, upper part timber-framed with brick infilling. Half-hipped thatch roof swept over upper windows.
SU430346:Cottage:Yeoman's. Plaster. Half-hipped thatch swept down between upper windows. Much modernised. Originally three cottages with Gothic style windows.
SU430346:Pond:Village pond in attractive setting. Ref: The Economic and Social History of an English Village, 1930, (Gras and Gras).
SU430442:Grinding Wheel:Stone grinding wheel on wooden pedestal by village stream.
SU430442:WelI:Ash Burn Rest. Stone well with oak seats and rail surrounds, presented to the village in 1868. Erected beside village stream.
SU430490:Viaduct:Hurstbourne Viaduct. Carries the Andover railway line high over the valley of the Bourne on brick arches. One of the finest in the county, opened in 1854. Ref: Hampshire Industrial Archaeology - A Guide (Ed. Ellis).
SU430573:Mound:Three Legged Cross, Crux Easton. Possible long barrow referred to in C.9/10. Charters by names which are variants of Hythwalda Hlaew - Hildas/ Holdas Low. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW6. Ref: 1. Arch J.78 1921, p.91. Ref: 2. Arch J.81, 1924, p.58. Ref: 3. Arch J.83, 1926, p.133. Ref: 4. Andover District, an Account ..., 1928, (Crawford). Ref: 5. Archaeology in the Field, 1953, (Crawford), Fig. 36. Ref: 6. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.31, 347.
SU430575:House:Three Legs House, Crux Easton. Part 2-storey, part single-storey brick structure, standing on the Ox Drove and may once have been a drovers' hostelry.
SU430615:Trees:Woolton Hill. Parkland surrounding Tile Barn. Roadside belt along road C.1 5. Centred on grid reference.
SU430619:Trees:Woolton Hill Lodge, Woolton Hill.
SU431347:Trees:Belt of trees east of road from Crawley Pond to Andover Road.
SU431386:Enclosure (Site):South-east of Moody's Down Cottage. No trace remains. Completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW11. Ref: Wessex From the Air, 1928, (Crawford and Keiler), p.30.
SU431443:Cottages (2):Cricket Field Cottages. 2 storeys. Yellow cement rendered front. Casement windows. Thatched roofs. Canopied porch.
SU431444:Cottage:Tudor Cottage. Exposed timber-framing with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Three upper windows. Modern lattice casements. Ground floor has modern thatched porch and tiled bay window to left.
SU431444:Farmhouse:Malt House Cottage. Red brick, partly timber-framed. Thatched roof. Plain wood casements. Modern tiled brick porch. Original malt house adjoins, which tiled roof with ventilators.
SU431505:Possible Enclosure (Site):West of Jamaica Farm. Sited upon south west slopes of Bourne Valley. No physical remains visible. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW22.
SU431531:Gate Piers:Upper Wadwick Farm. Rusticated square stone piers surmounted by ball ornaments, flanking the drive entrance.
SU431531:House:Upper Wadwick House, formerly a farmhouse. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. Hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. Centre columned porch. Later brick additions to rear.
SU431561:Bowl Barrow:Woodcott Road, Crux Easton. Traces of ditch on north side. Trees growing where it encroaches on small copse. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW10.
SU431988:Quay:Lepe Quay. Remains of a wooden quay built to serve the brickyards in the locality. Coastal trade gradually diminished with the coming of the railways. Ref: Hampshire Industrial Archaeology, a guide, (Ellis), p.43.
SU432235:Barn and Granary:Field House, Hursley. Barn with half-hipped clay tile roof. Oak frame with weatherboard exterior. Queen-strut roof. Cart entry with hipped roof. Weatherboard granary with clay tile roof. Four by three staddle stones.
SU432235:House:Field House, near Hursley. Thin-brick structure on flint footings. Some tile hanging. Clay tile roof. Much altered and enlarged. Main part of C.18 appearance. East wing 1910. Cluster of rebuilt diamond chimneys. Interior has Tudor stone fireplace, linenfold panelled door and studded oak door.
SU432313:House:The Thatched Cottage. Brick. Timber-framed, thatch roof. Originally a pair of cottages, enlarged to west in 1967.
SU432445:Cottage:Aston Cottage. Creamwashed brick with blue headers. Thatched roof. Two upper windows. Half glazed door.
SU432445:Cottage:Keepers Cottage. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick on ground floor with exposed timber-framing with plaster infilling above, Thatched roof. Wood casements. Modern oak door and tiled roof porch. Lean-to addition to right. Originally two cottages.
SU432445:Cottage:Little Newton. Colourwashed brick on ground floor, timber work above. Thatched roof. Two casements. Thatched porch. Modernised C.20.
SU432445:Cottage:No. 1, West Aston. Red brick with blue headers. Thatched roof. Two upper windows. Half glazed door.
SU432446:Cottage:Preston Cottage. Flint and brick in bands. Thatched roof with eaves splayed over four upper windows. Ground floor has three casements and rustic porch. Small thatched modern extension to right.
SU432490:Pit Dwellings (9):Adjacent Hurstbourne Siding. Discovered during construction of yard. Entered by sloping passage and most had central hearths. Neolithic flints and Romano-British pottery found. Site now covered by station yard. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW6. Ref: A Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne, 1888, (Stevens), p.85.
SU432531:Farm Buildings:Upper Wadwick Farm. Picturesque weatherboarded and thatched group.
SU432548:Farmhouse:Upper Woodcott Farm. 2 storeys. Grey cement rendered walls. Hipped tiled roof with corbelled brick eaves. Later brick pentice addition to right. West wall contains Tudor brick, both re-used and in situ. Probably built on a site of a monastic establishment of the Knights Hospitallers. Present building may be older than date shown. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW6. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.331-2. Ref: 2. Mediaeval Religious Houses of England and Wales, (Knowles and Hadcock), p.249. Ref: 3. O.S. Map of Monastic Britain.
SU432549:Church:St. James, Woodcott. Rebuilt by Lord Carnarvon in 1853. Coursed knapped flint structure. Nave and chancel in one. Altar rails, pulpit and reading desk contain old carvings imported from Belgium. Register dates back to 1653. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.724.
SU432549:Tree:St. James Churchyard, Woodcott. Ancient yew, believed to date back to the C.10.
SU433010:Deserted Settlement:Gatewood in Exbury. Gatewood Farm. Centred on grid reference. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 513.
SU433074:Site of Natural:Hythe-Calshot Marshes. Part of site only lies within parish. Spartina Saltmarsh and mudflats which are an important wader and wildfowl feeding and roosting area. Southampton Water is nationally important for migratory and over-wintering waders. Centred on grid reference.
SU433305:Bridle Path:Burrow Road, Sparsholt. Ancient grass track past Crab Wood. Part is metalled.
SU433312:House:The White House. Brick structure, originally a small farmhouse, with cellars. Additions added in 1920's.
SU433313:Barn:The White House. Standing on west boundary of garden. Brick structure, 70ft. by 20ft. Used in C. 19 to house coach and horses of judge at Winchester Assizes.
SU433313:House:The Lodge. Brick structure, Victorian design. Originally 1 storey, first floor added in 1920's.
SU433386:Long Barrows (2):Moodys Down Rifle Range. Western barrow marked by official post. Eastern site marked only by uneven ground. Field under cultivation. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW12. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.200. Ref: 2. Field Archaeology as Illustrated in Hampshire, (Williams-Freeman), pp.235-6. Ref: 3. Excavations on Early Defence Sites, 1960, (Grimes), pp.248-50.
SU433413:Farmhouse:Church Farm House. Part timber-framed with brick infilling, part C.18/19 flint and brick in bands. Hipped tiled roof. Interior has heavy beamed ceiling. Possibly incorporates a mediaeval tithe barn. Old stone gargoyle from the church built into modern wing. O.S.A. No. SU44 SW5. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.417.
SU433438:Farmhouse:Southside Farm. Brick structure. Tiled roof. Sash windows. Four gables. Fifth gable repaired and partly rebuilt and enlarged in the early C.19.
SU433446:Cottage:Maiden Cottage. Rendered and painted white, thatched roof. Later extensions.
SU433446:Cottage:Newton Cottage. At right angles to road. Brick, partly colourwashed. Flint and rubble at one end. Thatched roof with four upper windows. Pentice to rear.
SU433446:Cottage:The Drove. 2 storeys. Red brick, blue headers with blue brick band. Thatched roof. Two casements.
SU433446:House:Meadow Lawn Cottage. Two adjoining 2-storey wings. The northern wing lower and wider. Brick walls, front and south side walls rendered. Plain tile roofs. Central doorway, panelled door, flat-roofed cast iron canopy supported on slender posts. Small flat-arched sash windows. Roof in rear elevation of main wing descends lower over flint and brick outshut.
SU433447:Cottage:Janor Cottage. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Thatched roof. Three modern upper windows. Brick porch with tiled roof. Extension to left.
SU433447:Cottage:Yew Cottage. Flint and brick in bands. Thatched roof with eaves raised over four upper windows.
SU433481:House:The Island. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Half-hipped ridge tiled roof. Principal facade at side. Modern columned verandah at the back facing river.
SU433548:Deserted Mediaeval Village (Site):Woodcott. Upper Woodcott Farm. Hundred = Pastrow. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW6. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 499. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.327, 331-2.
SU433586:Farmhouse:Top Farm, formerly Highclere Street Farm. Partly half timbered, now tile hung with brick walls to later additions. Tiled roof. Remains of a C.15 half timbered hall type house, solar and buttery only survive. Contemporary brick arched fireplace surmounted by plaster Royal Coat of Arms. Building extensively altered in C.18/19/20.
SU433589:Inn:Yew Tree Inn. Small wayside inn once known as The Pheasant. Whitewashed structure with a tiled roof. Late Georgian details. Fine semi-topiaried yew tree. Located at road fork.
SU434018:Site of Natural Interest:Green Rollstone Copse and Blackwell Common. Lies within the curtilages of the New Forest S.S.S.I. The largest and most varied tract of semi-natural vegetation in lowland Britain, and biologically of international importance. Centred on grid reference.
SU434031:Leaf-Shaped Arrowhead:Neolithic implements, 3 ins long, of black slightly patinatedflint. Fineedgechipping. Found after ploughing. Site now under housing estate. O.S.A. No. SU40 SW25.
SU434181:Earthworks:Fragment of a bank on Cranbury Common was probably part of medieval coppice. Destroyed by housing development. OSA SU 42 SW11. Ref: 1. OS 6' 1930-38. Ref: 2. PHFC VI (1885-9) p.23. Ref: 3. Archaeology in the Field, 1953 p.194. (O.G.S. Crawford).
SU434181:Enclosure:Circular cropmark reported by R.A.F. Pilot. No visible trace on ground. Probable mark of continuation of bank and ditch, of boundary of Stoneham Park. Centred on grid reference. OSA SU 41 NW 22. Ref: Rec 6' (O.G.S. Crawford).
SU434183:Cottage:No. 336. Two storeys. Timber-framed, refronted with red brick. Hipped thatched roof. Casement windows.
SU434183:Cottages (2):Nos. 188 & 192. One building forming two cottages. Timber-framed, refronted with red brick. Hipped thatched roof with three 'eyebrows' and pentice each end. Two storeys.
SU434310:Cottage:Rudgewick, Woodman Lane. Brick structure. Roof was thatched until about 1955, now concrete tiles. 2 storeys. Modern windows.
SU434310:Cottage:Wheatland, Woodman Lane. Thatch roof. Colourwashed brick structure. Casement windows. Porch over central door.
SU434312:Cottages:The Vaine Cottages, Helen and Elizabeth. 2 storeys, brick, tile hung to right hand. Thatched roof with old tile verge. Modern extension at each end of the block with tile roofs. Presented by Sir George Buckston Brown to the National Trust for occupation by the aged of the parish.
SU434312:House:Halston House. Brick, timber-framed, thatched roof. Built in 1636, as pair of cottages, converted late C.19 to one dwelling.
SU434363:Viewing Point:Looking north over field system and Barton Ashes.
SU434410:Monument:Stump of mediaeval cross on south-east corner of All Saints churchyard wall. Made of Lower Ooiite limestone from Lanthony Abbey, Gloucestershire, to which the rectory of Barton Stacey belonged from C.13-C.16. O.S.A. No.SU44 SW4. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.417
SU434411:Church:All Saints. Fine ashlar-faced C.15 west tower with pinnacles. Some C.12 stonework, and C.15 aisle windows. Font of Purbeck marble. O.S.A. No. SU44 SW7. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.417. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p.87.
SU434411:Old Travelway:Saxon drove road running southwards to the parish boundary and continuing to Wonston. Ref: Ancient Trackways of Wessex (Timperley and Brill).
SU434440:Area of Special Interest:Longparish Meadows. Floristically interesting unimproved alluvial meadows bordering the River Test. Centred on grid reference.
SU434440:View:From hill to south of South Side Farm. Panoramic view overlooking whole valley of Forton, Longparish and the River Test. An area of scenic beauty.
SU434447:Cottage:Home Croft. Limewashed brick structure. Thatched roof with eaves raised over two upper windows and brought down as pentice at one end. Extended and modernised.
SU434447:Cottage:Vine Cottage. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Thatched roof. Gable towards road has brick buttress. Four casement windows.
SU434574:Building:Grotto Lodge. Round tower of flint and stone. Staircase turret with cone-shaped leaded roof. Centre battlemented chimney. Small pointed window.
SU434604:Axe:Palaeolithic hand axe found at Crowshott. Presented to Reading Museum. O.S.A. No. SU46 SW7. Ref: Transactions of the Newbury Field Club, Vol. 6, 1930, (Peake), p.37.
SU435056:Lodge (Site):Beacon Lodge. Believed to have been original site. Area now developed.
SU435250:Barn:South Barn, Parsonage Farm. Aisled timber barn. Red brick walls with ventilation slits and buttresses. Corrugated iron roof, hipped at one end, half- hipped at other. 5-bay interior with Queen-truss roof.
SU435250:Cottages (2):North and South Cottages, Parsonage Farm. L-shaped plan. 2 storeys. Red brick. Hipped tiled roof with one gable. Casement windows. Simple cambered doorcase.
SU435250:Donkey Wheel House:Parsonage Farm. House, wood framed with brick part to south. Vertical donkey wheel about 10 ft. in diameter. Well below. Used to draw water until 1914, and occasionally in 1920's.
SU435251:Barn:North Barn, Parsonage Farm. Aisled barn with 2-storey stable and hayloft with S-shaped ties. Brick walls with ventilation slits. Half-hipped corrugated iron roof with weatherboarding in gable. Five bays with Queen-post roof.
SU435310:Building:The Woodman. Brick structure. Described in a deed of 10th June 1786 as 'an ancient cottage'. First called a beer shop in 1886. Delicensed 1973.
SU435311:Building:The Village School. Built Feb. 28th, 1850 on site legally secured to the Vicar and Church Wardens by Sir Frederick Hervey Bathurst. Enlarged to present size in 1875. Brick and stone structure. Ref: Sparsholt Parish Archives.
SU435311:Cottage:Church Cottage. Part of building at back is of chalk, front brick. Whole cottage now roughcast. Was originally thatched. In 1925 when major repairs were carried out, roof was replaced with slates. Reputedly earliest surviving cottage in village.
SU435311:House:Opposite the church. Brick structure, originally the C. 1 6 home of the village clerk, in 1895 was called Old Clerk's Cottage. Altered in 1952 with addition to rear. Has cellar, well, and ancient yew tree, reputed to be 400 years old.
SU435312:Church:St. Stephen's. Flint and stone, with a wooden belfry added to the tower. Restored 1883 by Butterfield. Chancel arch originally C.13 but basically altered in C.16. Tower arch C.14/15. South doorway dated 1631.
SU435313:Cottage:Pies Cottage, Home Lane. Part brick, part timber-framed, half-hipped thatch roof. Was originally a pair, reputed to be on C.15 foundations.
SU435313:Cottage:The Cottage, Home Lane. 2 storeys, timber- framed, brick infilling. Was originally thatch now tiled. Originally two cottages, converted to one dwelling in 1920's.
SU435408:Trees:Barton Cottage, seven ash on land to the north of the cottage.
SU435410:House:Old School House. 2 storeys, red and blue brick facade. Central semi-circular and two flanking rectangular casements on first floor. Enclosed porch with rounded hood between two tiled semi-hexagonal bays.
SU435413:Cottage:Wheat Cottage. Red brick and flint in bands. Thatched roof with eaves raised over three upper windows. Casement windows on ground floor. 2-storey extension added at north end in 1981, of red brick with flint bands, and black matt tile cladding on north side and thatched roof.
SU435555:Potsherds:Hook Copse. Belgic and Roman pottery and Celtic horseshoe found in chalk wells or deneholes. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW12.
SU435569:Grotto (Site):Grotto Copse. Built by the nine daughters of Edward Lisle circa 1700. Nothing remains except a few broken tiles and bricks. Alexander Pope, a frequent visitor to the Lisle House composed a poem about the grotto. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.311.
SU435618:Trees:Fairacres Site, Woolton Hill.
SU436312:Cottage:Post Office Cottage. Brick structure. Built on earlier foundations after fire. Ref: Sparsholt Parish Archives.
SU436312:House:Taylor's Mead. Originally the Vicarage. 2 storeys, colour washed brick, flat eaves, hipped slate roof. Rebuilt 1843-4.
SU436312:Well House:Brick structure. Built 1897 by public subscription to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. Houses gear for working village well 247 ft. deep.
SU436381:Bowl Barrows (2):Moody's Down Rifle Range. Sited in arable field on slight north-east slope. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW20. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.351.
SU436448:Granary:Home Farm Longparish House. Timber-framed granary on staddle stones. Brick nogging. Half- hipped tiled roof.
SU436448:House:Longparish House. 2 storeys and a half basement. Stuccoed walls. Turrets either end in style of French chateau. Slate roof. Sash windows. French casements to most ground floor rooms. Unusual interior panelling with shell ornamentation.
SU436464:House:The Manor House. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. Steep hipped tiled roof. Tall chimneys. Centre modern gabled brick porch.
SU436606:Trees:Tubbs Lane. Close to parish boundary.
SU437254:Farmhouse:Shawlands Farm, Upper Sharland. Brick. Flat eaves, Hipped slate roof. Road front 3-bay with central door.
SU437306:Footpath:From Ham Green to Crab Wood Farm. Ancient route way now used for access from the farm to Sparsholt. Part of its length is through arable fields.
SU437313:Cottage:Corner Cottage. Modernised, 2 storeys. Chequer brick, thatch roof hipped to right hand and carried down over weatherboarded shed.
SU437314:Cottage:Watley Cottage, Lock's Lane. 2 storeys, brick and flint in horizontal bands, hipped thatch roof with flanking chimneys.
SU437314:House:Watley House, Lock's Lane. 2 storeys and attic. Colour washed brick, old tile roof carried down to ground floor ceiling level at back. Originally farm house of Watley Farm.
SU437410:Trees:Church View, and Ribbles Dale. Several beech, lime and a yew standing on land adjoining the two properties.
SU437449:Cottage and Barn:Orchard Cottage, and adjoining barn. 2 storeys, red brick and flint rubble in bands. Thatched roof. Four wood casements. Rustic tiled porch. Weatherboarded and thatched barn.
SU437449:Cottage:Garden Cottage. Red brick with blue headers. Thatched roof with eaves square cut around three small upper windows. Square paned casements. Rustic porch.
SU437449:Cottages (2):Cowlease Cottages. Exposed timber-framing with red brick infilling, plastered on first floor to the right. Small boarded portion to extreme right. Thatched roof with eaves square cut around two upper windows.
SU437461:Cottages (4):Nos. 13, 14, 15 and 16. Brick and partly timber- framed structures. Tiled roofs. Partly destroyed by fire, but being rebuilt.
SU437463:Building:Post Office and adjoining cottage (No. 21). Flint with red brick bands and dressings. Thatched roof. Two projecting wings to rear partly timber-framed. Single storey Post Office at side to right.
SU437464:Cottage:Nos. 28 and 29. 2 storeys. Brick, water brick pointer. Long ridge thatched roof. Originally four dwellings, now converted to one.
SU437464:House:The Elms. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. Old ridge tile roof with end stacks. Sash windows and square Victorian bay with triple windows. Two C. 1 8 hipped dormers with lattice casements.
SU437464:Trees:Felloes Cottage. Approximate grid reference given.
SU437467:House:The Long House. Enlarged in C. 19, blue brick with red brick dressings. 2 storeys. Long ridge tiled roof, hipped at either end. Sash windows. Modern porch.
SU437525:Farmhouse:Egbury Farm. 2 storeys. Rendered walls. Long ridge slate roof with plaster eaves band. Canopied metal porch with ornamental trellis. Sash windows.
SU437556:Celtic Fields:South of Hook Copse. Well preserved in areas of pasture land. Elsewhere fragmentary or ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW11. Ref: 1. R.A.F. A.P.s CPE/UK/1827/3289-92. Ref: 2. Celtic Field System in Hampshire, M.S. Notes; (Aberg), in possession of Winchester City Museum.
SU438289:Enclosure:Soil mark. Open farmland. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW15.
SU438313:Inn:The Plough Inn. Hipped tiled roof. Stuccoed front. Saw edge denti] course. Casement windows. Tiled porch. 1 -storey extension to rear.
SU438321:Milestone:On A.272 midway Watley Lane/Balidown Lane. Sole surviving milestone in parish marked Winton 3. Stockbridge 51/2.
SU438526:House:Egbury House. Dated 1778. 2 storeys. Red colourwashed brick structure. Old ridge tiled roof with end stacks. Three hipped dormers. Sash windows. Centre panelled door with flat Doric pilasters.
SU438527:Farmhouse:Upper Farm. 2 storeys. Exposed light timber- framing with limewashed brick nogging. Thatched roof. Sash windows. Modern thatched porch.
SU438620:Trees:Trees at Sweet Briars, Broad Layings.
SU439006:River Valley:Dark Water. Forms eastern boundary of parish. Rare habitats. Southern section within Beaulieu River site of special scientific interest. Centred on grid reference.
SU439181:Cottages (6):Nos. 234-44 (evens). Two storeys. Red brick. Hipped thatched roofs. Casement windows.
SU439181:Farmhouse:Doncaster Farm. Now nos. 252, 254 & 256. L-shaped farmhouse divided now into three tenements. Two storeys. Red brick with grey headers. Tiled roof.
SU439232:Farmhouse (Site):Longmoor Farm. Demolished 1975. Old dairy retained and restored. House wall has become kitchen garden wall. House built on new site nearby incorporates architectural features of original house. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p.421.
SU439362:Round Barrows:Saucer and Bowl Barrows. Ploughed. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW15. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14,1938-40, p. 226 and p. 351.
SU439449:Cottage:Home Farm Cottage. Red brick structure. Thatched roof with eaves square cut around three upper windows. Gable abutting road has fish-scale tile hanging on first floor.
SU439450:House:East Aston House. Restored and modernised. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Low pitched slate roof. Six pointed Gothic casements. Panelled door. Later extensions.
SU439466:Church:St. Andrew. Rebuilt in 1870 on site of earlier church. West tower of yellow brick. Original Norman west doorway and chancel arch. Circular font of same period C.16. Monument to Robert Oxenbridge. Church founded in A.D. 802. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW8. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.291. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.300-1.
SU439466:Possible Occupation Site:St. Andrews Churchyard. Pottery and part of a tile found. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW16. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.p. 305, 345.
SU439518:Enclosure:Egbury Camp. Consists of fragment of bank with traces of outer ditch on the south and west. In shape and profile closely resembles the 'Kite-Shaped' enclosures, of which Rockbourne is a notable example. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW11. Ref: 1. A Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne, (Stevens). Ref: 2. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hants, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), p.239. Ref: 3. St. Mary Bourne - Past and Present, (Stevens). Ref: 4. P.H.F.C., Vol. 1, 1885-89, p.23. Ref: 5. P.H.F.C., Vol. 3, 1894-97, p.177. Ref: 6. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.345.
SU440171:Woodland and parkland:Beech, oak and chestnut trees on land adjacent North Stoneham Church and running to SW of Stoneham Lane. Wooded area to the south and east of Old Rectory.
SU440173:Manor House and Deer Park:The Manor of North Stoneham is mentioned at the dissolution of the Monasteries. Deer park owned by the Abbot of Hyde in C.14. Garden Temple built on site in 1818, demolished in 1968. OSA SU41 NW 19. Ref: 1. VCH (Hants) 3 (1908) pp.479-80. Ref: 2. Tour Round Southampton 1801 p.212. Ref: 3. Buildings of England (Hants) (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.359.
SU440173:Stocks (site only):Approximate site of medieval stocks. Nothing visible remains. OSA SU 41 NWM. Ref: VCH 3 (1908) p.473.
SU440175:Trees:North Stoneham. Large areas of woodland in Stoneham Park. This T.P.O. also covers trees in Eastleigh District.
SU440178:Trees:Adjoining Chestnut Avenue, Stoneham Lane and Winchester Road. Trees include oak, ash, birch, etc. Centred on map reference.
SU440286:Field System:Lynchets at west edge. Land under plough. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW1.
SU440416:Camp (Site):East of Manor House Farm. Remains of ditches and banks. O.S.A. No. SU44 SW3. Ref: The Green Roads of England, 1927, (Cox), p.120.
SU440447:Buildings:Mill House and Mill building. 2 storeys. Red colourwashed cob, plaster and brick. Ridge tiled roof, hipped each end. Square paned casements with modern ornamental shutters. Picturesque timber-framed wing to rear. Adjoining 3-storey mill building of brick and part weatherboarded.
SU440448:Monument:Deadmans Plack Copse. Obelisk surmounted by stone cross and dated 1835. Erected to the memory of Earl Athelwold who was killed here by King Edgar AD963
SU440449:Cottage:Meadow Farm Cottage. Red brick structure. Thatched roof with eaves cut around three upper windows.
SU440466:Manor Houses (Sites):The Grange. Pre 1386 and C.16/17 episcopal manor houses. Mentioned in Saxon grant of 790 and later known as Hurstbourne Priory until the Dissolution. Later building on same site demolished in 1785. Masonry and Tudor-type bricks visible on river bed. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW15. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.287. Ref: 2. A Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne, 1888, (Stevens), p.87. Ref: 3. It Happened in Hampshire, 1937, (Beddington and Christy), p.173.
SU440481:Mansion:Hurstbourne Park. Once the seat of the Earls of N.P. Act Portsmouth. Half of the original mansion has been A. 0. N. B. demolished. Remaining part built in Jacobean style but of Victorian date. Stands in fine wooded park.
SU441012:Trees:West Common, Langley. A variety of groups and individual trees. Centred on grid reference.
SU441174:Gateway:Gateway to The Old Rectory, c. 1800. Outer piers yellow brickwork, plinth, chamfered corners, moulded stone cap. Low curved walls with cast iron rails with variety of motifs, connects to similar gate piers. Ornamental cast iron double gates.
SU441174:Hotel:The Old Rectory (Olde Record House). Two storeys. White brick. Hipped slate roof. South front has a large row of three windows on both floors at its west end.
SU441181:Cottages:Nos. 208 & 210. One building forming two cottages. Timber-framed, refronted with stucco C.18. Hipped thatched roof. Two storeys.
SU441316:Dovecote:Lainston House. Octagonal. Brick building with entablature and hipped old tile roof. Four small dormer entries.
SU441316:Horsewheel:Located in outhouse at Lainston House. 360ft. well dates from C.13. Outhouse contains a horse engine which worked a pair of pumps. It consists of a 14ft. main shaft from which a bar descends at an angle of 45 degrees. Two struts support this bar. The bottom end of the bar nearly touches the ground, and this carries the swingle tree for the harness. A 6ft. diameter pulley of cast iron was connected by chains to the pulleys on the crank at the head of the pump rods. The horse walked in a circle of 22ft. diameter.
SU441316:Walls of Walled Garden:Lainston House. A short avenue leads from entrance axially to a large walled hexagonal garden with a wide central walk.
SU441351:Barrows:Almost indiscernible due to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW18.
SU441362:Settlement Enclosure (Site):Ploughed out. No visible signs remain. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW16.
SU441368:Trees:To west of Winchester-Andover Road forming north east boundary to parish. Some tree felling as consequence of road widening.
SU441545:Enclosure:North of Woodcott House. Subrectangular entrenchment, almost certainly a ring-motte. Probably represents dry equivalent of domestic moated enclosures. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW5. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hants, p.242. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 1, 1885-9, (Shore), p.26.
SU441567:Bowl Barrow:Rabbit Warren, Crux Easton. Situated on slope, 25.0m. in average diameter and 2.1 m. maximum height. In fair condition with central mutilation. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW13.
SU441567:Occupation Site:Rabbit Warren. Situated between bowl barrow and lynchet. Finds include pottery, animal bones and traces of burnt wood. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW16. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 13, 1935-7, p.613. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p.39.
SU441588:Lodge:Church Lane Lodge. Built 1857 in simple Gothic style by Thomas Allom. Brick with stone dressings. Tiled roof. Gothic porch.
SU441602:Cottages (3):Old School Cottages. Picturesque group of cottages. Timber-framed with limewashed brick addition. Odd casements. Rustic porch. Tiled roofs, once thatched.
SU441603:Church:St. Michael and All Angels. Built 1870 to replace old church which was demolished. Flint and stone structure with north-east steeple carrying a broach spire. Contains C.16/C.17 and C.18 monuments. Architect, Gilbert Scott. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.288.
SU441625:Nature Reserve:The Chase, Woolton Hill. 130 acres of woodland threaded by a chalk stream. Presented to the National Trust in 1944 on the understanding that it should remain in perpetuity as a Nature Reserve and Bird Sanctuary. Maintenance and conservation are undertaken by the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Naturalist Trust. Centred on grid reference.
SU442193:Farm Buildings:Home Farm. Barn and cowsheds. Red brick with hipped gable ends to slate roof. Carved stone dated 1791.
SU442193:Granary:Home Farmhouse. Weather-boarded, raised on staddle stones with hipped gable ends to tiled roof.
SU442262:Downland:Compton Yew Hill. Chalk downland scenery with a good varied flora. Centred on grid reference.
SU442296:Farmhouse:Crabwood Farmhouse. Brick structure, built 1713. Modernised, stands adjacent to parish boundary with Hursley.
SU442309:Cottage:Barn Cottage Dean. Addition in 1968 to original building. Brick, timber-framed, with thatch roof.
SU442310:Cottage:Apple Tree Cottage, Dean. Brick structure. Has cellar, and reputed but undiscovered inner cellar used by smugglers in C.18 and C.19 for temporary storage of wine etc.
SU442310:Cottage:Dean Hill Cottage. Brick structure. Converted from two dwellings to present house 1965. When digging cess pit, C.11 cooking pot was found.
SU442310:Cottage:Old Police Cottage, Dean. 2 storeys, pebbledash front, tiled roof. Thatched roof replaced after fire in May 1910 caused by a traction engine. Casement windows. The building looks Edwardian.
SU442313:House:Deane House. 2 storeys. Brick, hipped slate roof, built 1786. Lead lionhead masks on guttering of roof.
SU442315:Church (Ruins):St. Peter's, Lainston. Flint walls remain with plain doorways and C.18 windows in east wall. Octagonal font bowl and tombstone on floor.
SU442316:Barn:Lainston House. Four bays, timber frame, with brick infilling. Old tile roof.
SU442316:House:Lainston House. 2 storeys and attic. Brick structure with hipped old tile roof. Altered C.18. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 3. 2. Buildings of England; Hants. and l.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.314.
SU442340:Settlement (Site):Land now under cultivation. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW11. Ref: R.A.F. A.P.s CPE/UK/1842/3147-8.
SU442362:Round Barrows:Disc, Saucer and Bowl Barrows. Overgrown. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW17. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp. 13, 14, 27, 218,226,351.
SU442464:Building:The Bee House. Tall rectangular block. Blue brick with red brick dressings. High panelled parapet. Estate cottage or lodge of unusual design.
SU442601:Building:Clerewood Lodge. Small classical lodge with pediment gable. Cement rendered. Centre modern brick porch with two recessed round niches above. Modern additions.
SU443175:Woodland:Woodland belt of trees, beech, elm, oak and chestnut, running parallel with eastern side of Stoneham Lane.
SU443193:Farmhouse:Home Farmhouse. Two storeys. Red brick with grey headers. Hipped slate roof. Casement windows. Doorway in moulded architrave surround with moulded cornice.
SU443310:Cottage:Little Dean, Dean. Brick, timber-framed, thatched roof. Originally shepherd's cottage. Interior has fine oak beams.
SU443310:Farmhouse:Deane Cottage. Elizabethan farmhouse of Deane Farm. 2-storey, timber-framed, part brick. Thatch roof. Cellars and bread oven.
SU443314:Cottage:Gate Lodge, Dean House. Brick structure, standing on foundations of early farm buildings.
SU443385:Enclosure:Crop mark of a four-sided, almost square, enclosure. Nothing visible on the ground, but its topographical position and appearance on air photographs are typical of the Romano-British settlement sites in the district. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW13. Ref: A.P. 204/34/26, (Crawford).
SU443578:Building:Dan's Lodge. Gothic folly of triangular plan. Stuccoed brick with crenellated parapet. Now roof less. Gothic details to windows. Lived in within last 25 years.
SU444233:Hill Fort:Cranbury Park. O.S.A. No. SU42 SW8. Ref: P.H.F.C., 1948.
SU444233:Sundial:In garden of Cranbury House. Reputedly designed by Sir. lsaac Newton. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p. 420.
SU444311:Farmhouse:Dean Farmhouse. 2 storeys, brick, hipped slate roof. Doorway with Doric columns and open pediment.
SU444316:Avenue of Trees:Lime Avenue, Lainston House. Avenue of lime trees leading up to Lainston House from the Stockbridge road. Known to have been planted in C.17.
SU444546:Barrow (Site):Lower Woodcott. By the side of Danegrove Field and Hop Garden. Ploughed down - only a few stones visible.
SU444563:Bowl Barrow (Site):North west of Upper Woodcott Down. Soil mark only, remains. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW9. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, p. 347.
SU444610:Lodge:Headstock Lodge. Built in simple Gothic manner by Thomas Allom. Brick with stone dressings and gables. Gothic porch. Tiled roof.
SU444615:Trees:Penwood Heights Estate, Penwood.
SU445011:Trees:Various species of trees within the grounds of Langley Lodge, West Common. Centred on grid reference.
SU445015:Trees:Thirteen elms and one ash adjacent to Mopley Close, Langley.
SU445198:Earthwork (alleged site of):Embankment and entrenchment. Probably of agricultural origin and possibly medieval. No visible trace remains. OSA SU41 NW 14. Ref: Rec 6' (O.G.S. Crawford).
SU445449:Area of Scenic Beauty:The Cleeves, East Aston Common. Extending south of the River Test, with right of way for approximately 150 yds. over the common, much frequented by local people and visitors.
SU445478:Park:Hurstbourne Park. C.14 park containing 350 acres. No trace of park pale to be seen - park forms grounds of large house. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW18.
SU445498:Villa (Site):North of Dirty Corner. Finds include brick, tile, pottery sherds, large flints and coin of Constantius II. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW7. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, pp.304, 345. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 16, 1944-6, p.192.
SU445513:Old Travel Way:The Portway. Roman road Silchester to Salisbury, crossing the parish through the southern half of the village.
SU445593:Church:Memorial Chapel adjacent to the cemetery, Highclere Park. Built by the then Countess of Carnarvon. Designed by Thomas Allom. Small scale Gothic church of flint with stone details. Slate roof. Fine west door and bell turret. Interior has fine carved baroque stalls in fruit wood and several simple monuments.
SU446011:Manor House (Site):Langley. Believed site of old manor house. Area now developed.
SU446232:House:Cranbury House. Brick with stone dressings, rendered and stone entablature. Balustrade over centre and flanking bays. Stable,dairy and folly. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p. 420.
SU446246:Cottage:Immediately south west of Upper Silkstead Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic. Flint with brick quoins. Tiled roof with central brick chimney. Casements with lozenge shaped panes.
SU446246:Farmhouse:Upper Silkstead Farmhouse, Silkstead Lane. Now three cottages, timber-framed with brick infilling. Part is on flint base. Old tile roof, half- hipped at southern end.
SU446576:Building:Heavens Gate, Highclere Park. Designed as land- mark on top of Sidown Hill. Red brick triple archway surrounded by pediment and supporting urns.
SU446588:Castle:Highclere Castle. Built circa 1840 on site of mediaeval bishops palace. Part 3 storeys, part 4 storeys. Building encases a smaller Georgian mansion, remodelled in 1774. Central 21/2 storey falleried inner hall with oak gothic staircase designed by Barry. Remaining interiors by Thomas Allom. Fine central tower with four corner towers. Faced in Bath stone with strapwork in Elizabethan style. Mullion and transom-cross type windows. Designed by Sir Charles Barry. Largest mansion in Hampshire and seat of the Earl of Carnarvon. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW1. Ref: 1. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.288-91. Ref: 2. Archaeology in the Field, 1953, (Crawford), pp.194, 203. Ref: 3. The History of Highclere, (Dunlop).
SU446588:Church (Remains):St. Michael and All Angels. Built 1689 on site of pre-1086 church. Outlines of the walls and the bases of the pillars survive. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW14. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.285-6. Ref: 2. The History of Highclere, 1940, (Dunlop), p.128.
SU446588:Deserted Mediaeval Village (Site):Highclere. Emparked 1403. Hundred = Evingar. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.p. 273-8. Ref: 2. Deserted Mediaeval Village Research Group Report, 1972/3.
SU446590:Parkland:Highclere Park. Fine undulating parkland with hanging woods to the south. Extensively planted with cedars of Lebanon in C.18. Capability Brown was commissioned to alter and complete the park. Centred on grid reference.
SU446612:Cottages (2):White Cottages, Penwood. Partly tirnber-framed with limewashed brick addition. Thatched roof. Odd casements. Dated 1677 over dormers.
SU447047:Manor House (Site):Cadland. House demolished after second World War. Site cleared, but parts of a Capability Brown landscape remain.
SU447229:Celtic Fields:Cranbury Park. O.S.A. No. SU42 SW9. Ref: P.H.F.C., 1948.
SU447246:Barn:Silkstead Lane. Situated immediately south east of Upper Silkstead Farmhouse. Five bays. Queen-post trusses with aisles. Hipped corrugated iron roof, originally thatched.
SU447253:Silkstead Lane:Ancient trackway, probably pre-Roman.
SU447614:Building:The Old Beer House, Penwood. Two cottages now one dwelling. Partially timber-framed with old brick and knapped flint walls. Thatched roof.
SU448168:Buildings:Southampton Airport. Wooden buildings used as aircraft hangers and control tower. Date from first world war. 1918 occupied by U.S. Forces. Interesting survival of early days of flying. Ref: Gazeteer of Hampshire Aerodromes. PHFC.
SU448308:Ancient Routeway:The Oxdrove and Ham Green. Extends from the parish boundary on the east through Ham Green as far as No Man's Land in the west. Ancient drove road to Winchester.
SU448343:Bowl Barrow:Centred on grid reference. Damaged by cultivation of land, north to south trench cut across top. O.S.A. No. SU43 SW14. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, p.353.
SU448344:Pottery (Find):Belgae/Roman sherds. Near to tumulus. Now in Winchester Museum.
SU448351:Barrows:Saucer, Twin and Bowl Barrows. All under plough - and losing form. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW2. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.220, 227, 355.
SU448588:Tile Kilns (Sites):The Lawn, Highclere Castle. First mentioned in 1290, and by 1307 as many as 28,200 tiles were made and used. In 1341 this had increased by as much again. Clay for the tiles came from quarries in the park. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW8. Ref: The History of Highclere, (Dunlop).
SU448589:Building:Castle Lodge. Small single storey lodge. Lime- washed brick walls. Slate roof. Blocked rusticated doorway. Gate piers ornamented with ltalianate caryatids.
SU449007:Farmhouse:Whitefield Farm. 2 storeys. Squared stone walls with mixed brick courses. Blue slate roof, gabled with plain oversailing course and boxed eaves. Two horizontal sash windows, three diamond-lattice with drip mould over. Plain flue chimneys with oversailing course, positioned intermediately on roof.
SU449019:Trees:Adjacent to Walkers Lane North, Blackfield. Trees to the south and west of Dark Lane abutting Tom's Down. Centred on grid reference.
SU449411:Cottage:Keepers Cottage. Exposed timber-framing with colourwashed brick infilling, partly weatherboarded. Thatched roof with modern hipped dormer and tiled flashing.
SU449494:Celtic Fields:North of Cowdown Copse. No well preserved sections remain, lynchets and field-banks vaguely visible as soil marks. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU44 NW2. Ref: R.A.F. A.P.s 106G/UK/1035/4035-6, 4050.
SU449588:Building:Jackdaws Castle. Roofless classical temple. Pedimented Corinthinian colonnade to east and west. North and south facades of rendered brickwork with arched opening, flanked by niches. Parapet surmounted by stone ball ornaments.
SU450280:Estate Cottages:The White Cottage, Pitt. Stuccoed brick. Hipped thatch roof swept down over weatherboard sheds at each end.
SU450280:House:Field House, Pitt. Timber-framed with brick infill, herringbone at top. Half -hipped thatch roof. North east gable has flintwork. Upper part oversails.
SU450281:Farmhouse:Pitt Vale Farmhouse, Pitt. Brick. Flat eaves. Hipped slate roof. 3-bay front. Windows have Venetian shutters. Half-glazed central door in arched brick porch.
SU450478:Statue:Hurstbourne Park. Roman emperor on high domed pedestal of rustic stonework. Square base features, recessed niches lined with flint. Sited on grass mound at the intersection of two avenues and part of the C.18 landscape of the Wyatt House.
SU450609:House:Milford Lake House. Building erected on dam of a large artificial lake. Designed by William Kent as a summer house or pavilion. Central pedimented block with similar side wings. Built of yellow brick with some stone dressings, brick quoins and timber sash windows. Fine plaster-work in the salon. Later additions. The house faces the lake on a broad frontage.
SU450612:Cottages (2):Penwood Cottages, Treasure Hill. L-shaped pair of cottages. Partly timber-framed and limewashed brick. Odd casement windows. Tiled roofs formerly thatched.
SU450613:Tree:Yew Tree Farm. Old yew tree standing in the grounds.
SU450620:Woodland:Great Penwood. A large woodland block con- tinuous with the Chase in East Woodhay parish. Representative mammals and birds. Centred on grid reference.
SU451008:Moat:Water-filled ditch 4-5 m wide and 1 m deep. Mound possibly linked with the moat as an ornamental feature of the grounds of a now vanished house, Rue Lawn. O.S.A. No. SU40 SE2.
SU451088:Castle: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.
SU451088:Cottage: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.
SU451270:Group of Buildings and their Related Settings:South corner of Old Kennels Lane. Comprises thatched cottage, pond, group of trees and two C.19 cottages built for Hursley Hunt employees.
SU451279:Farmhouse:Manor Farm House, Pitt. Brick. Hipped old tile roof. Two sections. Interior of interest. Large garden surrounded with thatched cob walls.
SU451279:Pair of Cottages:Wayside Oddicombe, Pitt. 60 yds. south east of church. Part 2-storey, part 1 -storey and attic. Part timber frame and brick, remainder brick. South east gable oversails and is tilehung with shaped tiles. Thatch roof. Picturesque, on important corner site. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p.418.
SU451280:Chapel:The Chapel, Pitt. Brick. Built by Miss C. M. Yonge, 1858. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p. 418.
SU451280:Pair of Cottages:Immediately north east of church, Pitt. Stuccoed brick. Hipped thatched roof swept down over weatherboard sheds at each end.
SU451334:Bowl Barrow:East of junction of Lower Farm Lane, and Littleton-Crawley Road. O.S.A. No. SU43 SE16.
SU451577:Gateway:Beacon Hill archway. Yellow brick with coloured brick patterns. Stone dressings. Triple pointed arched gateway surmounted by Carnarvon Arms. Close to site of Beacon Hill Lodge.
SU451608:Lake:Milford Lake, Highclere Park. Was the old fishpond of the Bishops of Winchester. Reference in 1335 to 'mending the water gate'. O.S.A. No. SU46 SE12. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.285. Ref: 2. The History of Highclere, 1940, (Dunlop), p.73.
SU452089:Stone Trough:Abbey Hill. Drinking trough for horses, situated outside Netley Castle in 1884.
SU452093:House: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.
SU452162:Villa (site of):Half a mile east of Swaythling Church on the banks of the canal. Excavations revealed wall foundation of Isle of Wight limestone, broken tiles and fragments of Samian ware. OSA SU41 NE 8. Ref: 1. OS 6' 1931. Ref: 2. PHFC 9 (1925) pp.398-9 (O.G.S. Crawford).
SU452208:Pond (site only):Until 1840 a pond existed opposite Boyatt farm. No trace remains.
SU452208:Stocks (site only):Until 1840 stood opposite Boyatt Farm. No trace remains. OSA SU 42 SE 8. Ref: VCH 3 (1908) p.440.
SU452458:Celtic Fields:Covering large area of the parish. System completely ploughed out except for a few lynchets in Side Hill Copse, Gowlease Copse and on Little Down. O.S.A. No. SU45 SW21. Ref: R.A.F. A.P.s CPE/UK/1931/3042-3; CPE/UK/1973/3136-40; CPE/UK/2061/4029-36.
SU452517:Old Travelway:Bradley Wood. Stretch of Roman road, Sarum to Silchester.
SU453087:Water Pump:Recreation Field, Victoria Road. Originally designed to supply water to the terraced houses
SU453088:Precinct Wall and Moat:Runs along the path from Victoria Road to St. Edward's Church. Only a short length of the moat remains.
SU453089:Church: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.
SU453090:Abbey:Netley Abbey. The remains of the Cistercian Abbey founded by Henry I I I in 1239. It is dedicated to St Mary, The Virgin, and St Edward the Confessor. OSA SU 40 NE 2. Ref: 1. Guide to Netley Abbey. (1952) A. Hamilton-Thompson. Ref: 2. C.13 Domestic Architecture in England (A.J. Supplement 1950) M.E. Wood.
SU453155:Mill:Gater's Mill. Brick structure. Recorded in the Domesday Survey. The stabling has been converted to a private house, and a wing of the mill has been demolished. No machinery remains. Was originally a flour mill. In the C.17 paper was made here by the White Paper Makers Company. (Cardonnel Lease 1685). Ref: 1. VCH (Hants) 1 p.498. Ref: 2. Winchester College Archives.
SU453184:Church: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.
SU453186:Hall: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.
SU453212:Trees:On track leading east of Boyatt Lane. Trees in good condition.
SU453220:Trees:Pitmore Copse. A visually attractive mixture of conifers and deciduous trees, consisting mainly of oak and ash.
SU453269:Tree Group:South end of Old Kennels Road. Group of elms on bridleway to Shawford via Hurdle Way. Seen to advantage from Port Lane.
SU453328:Cottage:The White House. 90 yds. south of church. Timber-framed with colourwashed brick infill. Thatched roof.
SU453329:Church:Church of St. Catherine. Originally Norman, but so restored that it is almost unrecognisable. Modern chancel arch stands on a Norman base. The font C.12/13 is very fine, of Purbeck marble with a C.15 painted wood cover.
SU453329:Cottage:Monks Rest. Immediately east of church. Brick front on timber-framed building with flint infill. Projecting chimney on north end, of chequer brick and flint, with stone quoins. Old tile roof.
SU453329:Sarsen Stone No. 42A:In the fabric of Littleton Church.
SU453367:Earthworks:Half mile north west of Larkwhistle Farm.
SU453469:River Valley:Test Valley. Fine marsh and river habitat for flora and birds.
SU453501:Enclosure (Site):North-west of Down Farm. Quadrilateral enclosure and other linear cropmarks. Fragments of brick and tile found. O.S.A. No. SU45 SE6.
SU453535:House:Dunley Manor. Large irregular shaped gabled house mostly of late C. 19, and recent date. Brick with tile hung gables, modern fenestrations, bay windows, and timbered verandah. One end appears to be C.18 flint with red brick dressings. A 3-window fa‡ade of 2 storeys but heightened by modern gables.
SU453600:Park Pale:Highclere Park. C.14 or earlier. Visible from the Park Dairy northwards and southwards to Jackdaws Castle. Accompanied by outer ditch. O.S.A. No. SU45 NW3. Ref: 1. Archaeology in the Field, 1953, (Crawford), p.194. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.285-6.
SU454155:Farmhouse:Nos. 1 & 2, The Farmhouse, (formerly called Black Farmhouse). Converted into two dwellings, two storeys, timber-framed, brick infilling. Tile roof. Modern additions.
SU454155:House:Nos. 1 and 2. Two storeyed timber-framed house, with irregular fenestration, divided into two dwellings. Half hipped roof. Upper walls exposed half-timber. Filling and lower walls in red brick.
SU454155:View Point:The Farmhouse, Swaythling Road.
SU454191:Bandstand:The Park. Built c.1896. Circular building with wrought iron railings. Gas lighting installed 1912.
SU454264:Ancient Site:Pit discovered in 1965 on Yew Hill. Pottery sherds from the site are in Winchester Museum. O.S.A. No. SU42 NE50. Ref: P.H.F.C. News Letter, No. 1, Part 1, May 1965, (Cottrill), p.16.
SU454266:Area of Botanical and Geological Interest:Yew Hill. West of Compton Down. Geological features include Belemnite fossils and flint pits. Prominent chalk escarpment, incised by dry valleys.
SU454287:Trees:West of Kilham Lane. Clumps of mostly deciduous trees. Centred on grid reference.
SU454316:Avenue of Trees:Horse-Chestnut Avenue. Part of the Stockbridge road. The trees were planted about 1920 by the late Samuel Bostock.
SU454334:Enclosure and Mound:South of Lower Farm. O.S.A. No. SU43 SE8. Ref: R.A.F. A.P. CPE/UK/1842/4119.
SU454412:Farmhouse:Church Farm House. 2 storeys. Red brick with occasional blue headers. Exposed timber- framing on upper floor at side. Hipped tiled roof. Modern wing to rear.
SU454412:Mill:North of Church Farm House. Plain weather-boarded structure with modern pantiled roof. L-shape, part pentice to rear.
SU454420:Ring-Ditch:South-west of Tidbury Farm. Probably a barrow circle. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE5.
SU454448:Inhumation:North-west of Firgo Farm. Contracted inhumation burial within a shallow grave, uncovered in 1879. Small vessel also found. Iron Age pottery and pot boilers scattered over the field. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE2. Ref: Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne, (Stevens).
SU454564:Celtic Fields:Southern area of the parish. Almost completely ploughed out but some fields well preserved with lynchets and fieldbanks up to 3.Om in height. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE10. Ref: 1. RAF A.P.s CPE/UK/1931 4036-8. Ref: 2. RAF A.P.s CPE/UK/1931 3042-3. Ref: 3. RAF A.P.s CPE/UK/1973 3282-90, 3036-40.
SU454590:Building:Cherrycot Lodge at the entrance to Highclere Park. Stuccoed structure. Pedimented gable. Attractive pedimented bay window with four flat pilastered mullions and round-headed metal casements.
SU454602:Lake:Duns Mere, Highclere Park. One of two major lakes in the park. It has a dam constructed lengthways down a valley, to give prominence to a spur surmounted by The Temple. Dam constructed of timber framework with rubble infilling, earth embankments and clay puddling.
SU454633:Building:Wash Water Mill. Tall rectangular brick block with south front carried up as crow-stepped gable. Old tiled roof, half-hipped at north end.
SU455031:Trees:School Road. Trees within an area north-east of the school. Centred on grid reference.
SU455093:Aqueducts:Netley Abbey aqueducts. Remains of major earthworks which may have supplied water to the cloister, as well as for the string of fish ponds to the NE of the Abbey. Two conduits supplied from a stream east of West Wood.
SU455095:Woodland:'Westwood'. Situated North of the ruins of Netiey Abbey. Access is limited to footpaths.
SU455189:Hall: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).
SU455191:Hall:Railway Institute. Built 1891 by Mitchell, Son & Gutteridge. Drab brick with neo-Jacobean details. Slate roof. In prominent position between park and railway station. Ref: Buildings of England (Hants) (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.199.
SU455224:Common:Otterbourne Common.
SU455225:Roman (Site):Otterbourne - New Forest (Stoney Cross) Route. Ref: 1. Roman Roads in Britain (Margary). 2. P. H. F. C., Vol. 16, p. 247.
SU455226:Sarsen Stone No. 18B:Half submerged beside bridge.
SU455226:Trees:On Otterbourne House Estate.
SU455238:Belgic Pottery (Find):Actual spot of find difficult to locate. Last record 'Pit now disused and flooded'. O.S.A. No. SU42 SE32. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 18, 1954, p.377.
SU455264:Viewing Point:Compton Down, Bridleway No. 6, just before Parish Boundary. Panoramic view over wide area of downland. On a clear day the downs of Sussex can be seen as well as those to the north of the county.
SU455265:Strip Lynchets and Ancient:Compton Down. west end.
SU455265:Travel Way:Compton Down, west end. Ancient travel ways on open downland. Limited access.
SU455288:Trees:Southwest side of Kilham Lane north of Pitt Manor. Coniferous trees.
SU455298:Trees:West side of Teg Down, and an area of trees close to Teg Down Meads. Mixed deciduous varieties Centred on grid reference.
SU455303:Viewing Point:Lanham Lane. Extensive views west across Lanham Down and open country.
SU455303:Viewing Point:Lanham Lane. Views southeast across Weeke Down and Teg Down.
SU455412:Barn:East of Church Farm House. Weatherboarded structure, Tiled roof - both ends half-hipped.
SU455412:Church:St. Michael. Nave and chancel in one. Nave is Norman. Chancel rebuilt in 1220. Victorian west tower of flint and brick. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE25. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.149.
SU455558:Earthwork:Chapmans Dell. Narrow-topped, steep-sided bank. Possibly a Romano British 'circus'. Area under pasture. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE38. Ref: 1. History of Highclere, 1940, (Dunlop), p.15. Ref: 2. Andover District, (Crawford), p.58.
SU455576:Bowl Barrow:North of Beacon Hill Camp. Sited in fir plantation and covered with trees. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE37. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1928-40, p. 347.
SU455576:Earthworks:Crossing northern spur of Beacon Hill. Cross ridge dyke or 'covered way'. Visible in parts on air photographs. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE36. Ref: R.A.F. A.P.s CPE/UK/1931/30/41-2.
SU455600:Building:The Temple. Circular gazebo overlooking Duns Mere. Rusticated base of rendered brick. Ionic colonnade. Balustrade with urns. Ribbed dome on raised drum with a corona of small balusters surrounding a chimney. Alterations by Barry in 1850.
SU456031:Trees:Oak, thorn and some newly planted trees adjacent to School Road.
SU456083:Building:Prince Consort Public House. Two storeys symmetrical facade. Centre has pediment with cornice, modillions, plain frieze and architrave, on Corinthian pilasters; entablature continues along eaves red brick walling with first floor band, stucco features and plinth. Large curved canopy with wrought iron brackets above and below. Royal coat of arms plaque in centre of first floor. Sash windows.
SU456172:Farmhouse:North Stoneham Farmhouse. L-shaped. Two storeys. Red brick. Hipped tiled roof. Door way with engaged columns and pediment.
SU456188:Buildings:Interesting complex built in 1874 as a brewery for Little and Ross. Altered to use as a warehouse and shop.
SU456193:Church (remains of):Parish Church of the Resurrection. Small church built by G.E.Street 1868, largely due to the generosity of Charlotte Yonge, whose profits from her writings went to the erection and furnishing of the church. Destoryed by fire. Ref: 1. Buildings of England (Hants) (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.198. Ref: 2. Old Eastleigh 1838-1889, p.89.
SU456193:Memorial:Iron cross in graveyard of Church of the Resurrection. Dated 1880. Memorial to a person named Knight.
SU456193:Memorial:Wrought iron surround to memorial. To Frances and Henry Ellis, in graveyard of Church of the Resurrection.
SU456208:Farmhouse:Ham Farmhouse. Two storeys. L-shaped red brick with the exception of some timbering exposed in north gable end. Hipped thatched roof. Believed to be 300 years old.
SU456228:Church:Church of St. Matthew. Built in brick by 0. B. Carter of Winchester. Remodelled later at expense of Charlotte M. Yonge. Polygonal bell turret. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p. 443.
SU456228:Sarsen Stones (2) No. 53A:Located in churchyard.
SU456237:Building (Site):Remains of tiles and building flints found in a sandpit. Small bronze head of girl now in Winchester City Museum. Numerous Roman objects of C.2 and C.3 found, including six knitting needles, a buckle and coins. O.S.A. No. SU42 SE2. Ref: Britain in the Roman Empire, 1968, (Liversidge).
SU456270:Round Barrows:Compton Down, west end. These barrows are only accessible over private road. O.S.A. No. SU42 NE20.
SU456276:Viewing Point:North end of Old Kennels Lane. A splendid view unfolding as one nears the northern corner of lane - west to Farley Mount, south past Nan Trodd Hill to the hills beyond Romsey, and the New Forest.
SU456301:Trees:West of Teg Down, a belt of beech trees running approximately north-south. Centred on grid reference.
SU456401:Barrow (Site):South of Hill Barn. Visible only on aerial photographs. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE17.
SU456443:Coin:South-west of Firgo Farm. Coin of Antoninus Pius found in 1944. Present whereabouts not known. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE3.
SU456577:Lynchets and Hollow-ways:Beacon Hill. Two lynchets halfway down north slope of hill with a number of later hollow-ways encroaching upon them. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE33.
SU457036:Church:All Saints. Stone and brick structure. Enlarged and refashioned in C.13. Doorway late Norman period with dogtooth carving. Damaged by enemy action 23 Nov. 1940, was restored and rededicated in 1954.
SU457080:Building:Lodge of the Royal Victoria Hospital. 1861. Single storey. Symmetrical facade with recessed centre. Red brick walling with yellow flush dressings.
SU457092:House:Netley Grange. Two storey house of stucco on brick construction. Hipped old tile roof with brick, dentil eaves. All windows sash.
SU457188:Houses:Railway Houses. Associated with earlier carriage and wagon works. The first railway house, 'The Elms' demolished 1977.
SU457190:Railway Station:Sir William Tite's original block built in 1840 survives. Italianate classical in style. Decorated brickwork and three columns of iron supporting platform canopy, marked Lankester 1841. Interesting chimney stacks. Ref: Buildings of England (Hants) (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.198.
SU457191:Bronze Palstave:Looped, socketed. Found near Eastleigh Railway Station. Present whereabouts unknown. OSA SU41 NE3. Ref: Exhibit card, Tudor House Musuem, Southampton.
SU457353:Celtic Field System:Upper Farm. Practically obliterated by ploughing, can be seen on air photographs. O.S.A. no. SU43 NE28. Ref: A.S.P.'s Crawford Collection 08447 and 5413 (A) 11.11.68.
SU457392:Settlement:Marks typical of a Romano-British settlement. Nothing visible on the ground. O.S.A. No. SU43 NE12. Ref: A.S.P. C.L. 039, (St. Joseph).
SU457468:Church:St. Mary, Tufton. Timber root with rafters and trusses exposed. Late Saxon chancel arch. Two small early Norman windows in nave. Transitional font. Fine early C.15 painting of St. Christopher on north wall of nave. O.S.A. No. SU44 NE8. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.629.
SU457482:Farmhouse:Manor Farm, Bloswood Lane. Early C.19 refronting of older building. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Old tiled roof. Sash windows. Doric porch.
SU457487:Settlement (Site):North of Manor Farm. Pot boilers, burnt flints, fragments of brick and tile found in the area. Cropmark visible on air photographs. O.S.A. No. SU44 NE2. Ref: A.P.s 37-8, (St. Joseph).
SU457984:Pleistocene Deposits:Stone Point, foreshore and cliff. An exposure of inter-glacial deposits, sands, gravel, clay and peat. Ref: Proceedings of the Geological Association, Vol. 86, 1975, p.p. 349-363.
SU458144:Trees:West End Copse.
SU458168:Pond and watermeadow:On east side of Southampton Airport. Now derelict and overgrown, but haunt of wildfowl.
SU458222:Roman Road (Site):Winchester-Bitterne Road. Little trace on ground to non-expert.
SU458228:House:Elderfield. Home of C. M. Yonge. Victorian novelist.
SU458229:Inn:The White Horse. Colourwashed brick, half- hipped old tile roof. Extension has slate roof. Formerly a coaching inn.
SU458232:Standard Head (Find):In sandpit west of main road now flooded. Find once thought to be Roman, but now considered to be C.17/18 copy of C.15 Italian medallion. O.S.A. No. SU42 SE1. Ref: 1. History of Winchester, (Milner), p.15. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 3, p.346. Ref: 3. Hampshire Observer 8.5.37.
SU458248:Farmhouse:New Barn Farmhouse, Shepherd's Lane, Compton. Brick structure with old tile roof, wood eaves and flanking chimneys. Leaded attic casements in gable ends.
SU458276:Shelter Belt:Pine trees along Olivers Battery Road on right going south from junction with Old Kennel Lane. Integral part of track with beautiful views west and south.
SU458319:Bowl Barrow:East of junction of Dean Down Drove, Kennel Lane, and Main Road, Littleton. O.S.A. No. SU43 SE 15.
SU458345:Ranch boundary:Upper Farm. Also a later Iron Age/Romano-British field system. Practically destroyed by ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU43 SE14
SU458349:Stone Axe (Neolithic):Find Only. Now in Tudor House Museum, Southampton.
SU458478:Burials:South of railway station. Several skeletons found during construction work. Believed to be Saxon burials. O.S.A. No. SU44 NE10. Ref: Newbury District Field Club, Vol. 4., 1895, p.188.
SU458568:Site of Natural Interest:Burghclere Beacon. Chalk grassland with an extensive and scientifically important area of chalk scrub, which includes juniper among the dominant species.
SU458569:Round Barrow:150 yds. south of Beacon Hill Camp.
SU458572:Beacon (Site):Beacon Hill. The beacon here passed the Hampshire warning on from the county to Cuckhamsiey Beacon in Berkshire. Nearby excavations revealed red brick and flint fireplace pottery, tobacco pipes etc. presumably site of shelter hut for the men who watched the bonfire. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE35. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, 1926-30, p.252. Ref: 2. Man, Vol. 13, 1913, (Woolley), pp.8-9.
SU458572:Hill Fort:Beacon Hill. Well preserved contour fort covering 12 acres. Within this area are some fifteen con- temporary hut sites comprising horseshoe shape scoops and circular enclosures. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE39. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hants, 1915, (Williams-Freeman), pp.85, 356. Ref: 2. Archaeology of Wessex, 1958, (Grinsell), p.175. Ref: 3. Ant., Vol. 39, 1965, (St. Josep), p.223.
SU458603:Building:London Lodge. Classical arched gateway flanked by coupled flat Ionic pilasters. Modillioned cornice, fine stone ornament and urn. The cornices, pilaster bases and other features are marked 'Coade, London 1773.' Coade stone is a reconstructed stone, but the recipe is now lost. Small single storey lodges on either side connected by curved screen walls.
SU459179:Houses:Railway Houses. Group of houses built for their employees by the London South Western Railways.
SU459222:Woodland:Otterbourne Park Wood. Licence granted by king to Bartholomew De Capelia to enclose Otterbourne Wood called Parc. 16 July 1253. Once within the Royal Forest of Aysselage. No exact boundary found. O.S.A. No. SU42 SE7.
SU459229:House:Otterbourne House. Centre part 3-storey. Rest 2- storey, stucco on brick. Slate roof. Birthplace of Victorian novelist C. M. Yonge.
SU459278:Bronze Bowl and Inhumation:Find only (1930). Original bowl in British Museum. Replica in Winchester Museum. O.S.A. No. SU42 NE25. Ref: 1. Antiquaries Journal, Vol. 2, 1931, pp.1-13. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 12, 1934, pp.11-19.
SU459278:Macehead (Find):Mesolithic quartzite pebble. Now in Tudor House Museum, Southampton. Ref: Archaeological News Letter. Vol. 4, No. 4, 1951, (Rankine), pp.53-55.
SU459278:Settlement Site:Olivers Battery earthworks. Probably a Roman earthworks, on site of Iron Age settlement. O.S.A. No. SU42 NE26.
SU459280:Round Barrow:30 yds. north of Oliver Cromwell's Battery. Possibly plague burial pit. Visible from road. O.S.A. No. SU42 NE28.
SU459284:Trees:South of the Romsey Road-Stanmore Lane junction. On the Romsey Road as far as the city boundary and adjacent to the Oliver's Battery Road. Belts of coniferous and deciduous trees. Centred on grid reference.
SU459286:Trees:West of Kilham Lane from Pitt Manor Lodge to Pitt Manor, and east of Romsey Road on frontage of Pitt Corner House. Mixed coniferous and deciduous varieties.
SU459295:Settlement Site:Ancient settlement site. Located north of Teg Down Farm.
SU459310:Trees:Salters Lane. On either side of road.
SU459320:Disc Barrow:East of junction of Dean Down Drove, Kennel Lane and Main Road, Littleton. Exceptionally fine example. O.S.A. No. SU43 SE15. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, pp.218-219, 353.
SU459320:Downland:Littleton Barrows. Chalk downland with representative flora. The barrows are protected as S.A.M.s.
SU459346:Field System:Upper Farm. Practically obliterated by ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU43 NW3. Ref: R.A.F. A.P.'s CPE/UK/1842/4118-21.
SU459347:Worthy Down Ditch:Upper Farm. Appears now as a grassy scar running into ploughed land. Ditch has collected loose soil.
SU459368:Bowl Barrows (4) (Site):Two are visible on the ground though ploughed. All appear on O.S.A.P. 5429. The sites are within freshly ploughed fields upon the crest of a south east slope. O.S.A. No. SU43 NE4. Ref: 1. O.S. 6', 1911. Ref: 2 P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), p.352.
SU459476:Granary:West of the Vicarage, Church Street. Rectangular structure. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Thatched roof. Standing on staddle stones.
SU459477:Tombstone:All Hallows Church. Saxon gravestone found in north wall during restoration. Block of stone with semi-circular top with arched recess containing demi-fingure of Christ. Latin inscription along the top: 'Hic Corpus Frithburgae Requiescit in Pacem Sepultum'. Now stands at the south-east corner of the nave. O.S.A. No. SU44 NE16. Ref: Buildings of England;Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.651.
SU459479:Building:The Mount, Church Street. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Low pitched slate roof. A pleasant Victorian house standing in its own grounds, now converted into flats.
SU460033:Trees:Three oaks and a hawthorn between Elmslea and The Hoe, Copthorne Lane.
SU460165:River Itchen:Forming Parish Boundary. Runs through open country, a chalk stream, renowned for its salmon and trout fishing.
SU460180:Spearhead:Small socketed spearhead found near River ltchen. Alleged to have been handed to Winchester Museum.
SU460211:Farmhouse:Allbrook Farmhouse. Three storey, timber-framed with herringbone brick nogging in the east and west walls, refronted with brick in C.19. Tile-hung gable ends. Tiled roof.
SU460232:Cottage:The Old Parsonage. Cottage Orne style. Squared flint with brick dressings. Slate roof with elaborate shafted chimneys. 1 -storey and attic with 2-storey wings. Leaded casements. Ornamental bargeboards.
SU460279:Viewing Point:West end of Downlands Road. Extensive view embracing Winchester, St. Catherine's Hill, Deacon Hill, Cheesefoot Head, Morn Hill, etc.
SU460286:Trees:Pitt Corner housing estate, Romsey Road.
SU460293:Trees:Parallel to the Sarum Road, but northeast of Teg Down Farm. Belt of mixed trees.
SU460350:Celtic Field System:Upper Farm. Almost obliterated by ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU43 NE28.
SU460444:Farm Building:South of Firgo Farmhouse. Thatched barn with walls of brick, cob and plaster.
SU460445:Farm Building:East of Firgo Farmhouse. Weatherboarded thatched barn with projecting hipped waggon entrance.
SU460445:Farm Building:North of Firgo Farmhouse. Open sided thatched waggon store with old cob walls.
SU460445:Farmhouse:Firgo Farmhouse. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick structure. Ridge thatched roof raised and hipped to right. Pentice to rear. End to left timber-framed, possibly C.17 Victorian slate roofed gable porch. Picturesque example of local type of Hampshire farmhouse.
SU460472:Building:Fulling Mill. 2 storeys. Red brick structure with timber-frame of Mill Cottage adjoining, making L-shape. Old tiled roof. No machinery or wheel. Ref: Gazetteer of the Water, Wind and Tide Mills of Hampshire, No. 156, (Ellis).
SU460476:House:The Vicarage, Church Street. Irregular shaped red brick Victorian house with older features including C.17 chimney. Believed to be former Manor House.
SU460477:Church:All Hallows, Church Street. Restored 1868 with three west bays of original church remaining. Stone structure. Massive west tower containing C.15 newel staircase. Tall shingled spire. C.15 font. Interesting monuments including C.16 brass to Richard and Elizabeth Brook. O.S.A. No. SU44 NE11. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.650-1.
SU460477:House:No. 44, Church Street. 2 storeys with earlier 3-storey wing. Stuccoed walls. Hipped slate roof with moulded eaves. Older wing of brick and flint in bands with low pitched slate roof. Recently altered.
SU460477:House:St. Cross House, Church Street. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Slate roof. Sash windows.
SU460477:House:The Lawn, Church Street. 2 storeys. Rendered walls. Slate roof. Sash windows. Lower 2-storey wing to right. Recently altered.
SU460477:Scenic Walk:Fulling Mill Footpath. Local walk alongside River Test. Entrance opposite All Hallows Church, exit by Fulling Mill, a local beauty spot.
SU460477:Trees:The Rectory.
SU460478:Cottages (2):Nos. 40 and 42, Church Street. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Low pitched slate roof. Plain casements.
SU460479:Building:Parkham House, Nos. 26 and 28, Church Street. 2 storeys. Centre part stuccoed. Steep hipped tiled roof. Large Victorian house with later additions. Dated 1703 on chimneys.
SU460479:Cottages (2):The Cottage and The Hermitage, Church Street. Dated 1668 on chimney, recast in the C.19. Single storey and five gabled dormers. Long ridge tiled roof. Plain casements.
SU461202:Lock:Withymead Lock on ltchen Navigation. Turf sides. Some brickwork still remains
SU461233:Cottage:Sunningdale. Brick. Dentil eaves cornice, parapet. With other cottages forms picturesque group.
SU461234:Building:Baldwins Brewery. Single storey. Brick walls with coursed knapped flint plinth. End gables of brick with knapped flint panels. Slate roof. Now converted to two dwellings and a lampshade factory.
SU461273:Shelter Belts:North and west boundaries of caravan site. Larch, pine and beech. Quite striking in spring and autumn from distance.
SU461306:Trees:Area west of Hillside Road and parallel to Dean Lane. Centred on grid reference.
SU461312:Trees:Orient Lodge. Harestock Lane, Winchester. Eight beech and one Wellingtonia.
SU461396:Farmhouse:Pigeon House Farmhouse, Old Stockbridge Road. 2-storeys. Stucco with incised lines, offset eaves and half-hipped old tile roof. Irregular wing at the back of the house.
SU461414:Farm Buildings:South of No. 11 and 12, Upper Bullington. Weatherboarded barn, originally thatched, now with asbestos roof. Small granary on staddle stones.
SU461415:Building:Nos. 11 and 12, Upper Bullington (Wade Farm or Manor Farm). Single storey. Flint panels set in squares of red brickwork. Ridge thatched roof. Casement windows.
SU461415:Cottages (2):Nos. 13 and 14, Upper Bullington. 2 storeys. Colourwashed brick. Thatched roof. Plain casements. Three gabled upper windows.
SU461479:Cottage:Roos Cottage, No. 17, Church Street. 2 storeys. Red brick walls. Low pitched slate roof. Attractive pedimented doorway to left.
SU461480:Building:The Shrubbery, No. 14, Church Street. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. Slate roof. Centre columned porch. Victorian bay windows on either side of panelled door.
SU461480:Cottage:West End Cottage, No. 12, Church Street. 2 storeys. Pebbledashed structure. Slate roof. Sash and casement windows.
SU461481:Building:No. 22, Bell Street. May once have formed wing of the Bell Inn. Stucco front masking timber- framed structure, over-sailing first floor. Old tiled roof brought down as pentice to rear.
SU461481:Building:The Limes, Bell Street. 2 storeys. Stuccoed walls. Low pitched slate roof. Sash windows. Ground floor has french windows and central Doric porch.
SU461481:Gas Holder:Example of small spiral gas holder. Contained only 70, 000 cubic feet when full. Ref: Hampshire - Industrial Archaeology, A Guide, (Ellis).
SU461481:Inn:Bell Inn, Bell Street. C.19 refronting of C.16 or C.17 structure. Limewashed brick nogging. Old ridge tiled roof. Long timber-framed wing to rear.
SU461536:Partly Depopulated Hamlet:South of Litchfield Farm. Sites of crofts and enclosures. Aerial photographs show series of hollow-ways descending north slope of Angle Down - apparent predecessor to modern road. O.S.A. No. SU45 SE5. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.267.
SU461539:House:The Rectory, Litchfield. 2 storeys. Rendered walls. Low pitched slate roof with wide spreading eaves. Sash windows. Brick porch.
SU461540:Church:St. James, Litchfield. Restored 1874. Nave and chancel in one. Bell turret. Irregular Norman windows in chancel. Tiebeam dated 1655. Sun-dial dated 1795. O.S.A. No. SU45 SE22. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.320-1.
SU461629:Occupation Site:Highclere Common. Belgic sherd and Romano- British sherds, also an iron knife found during excavations 1948/9. Finds in Newbury Museum and on display in Horris Hill Preparatory School. O.S.A. No SU46 SE1. Ref: Transactions of the Newbury Field Club, Vol. 9, (Nos. 2 and 4), 1951, pp.57-8.
SU462212:Lock:Allbrook Lock. Rebuilt by LSWR in 1840.
SU462235:Trees:On Winchester-Southampton Road.
SU462258:House:Compton End, Compton Street. L-shaped, timber-framed building with brick infilling. Half-hipped thatched roof. West gable has two 2-light casement windows, the upper wooden, the lower leaded.
SU462273:Trees:Badgers Farm. On boundaries of a triangular parcel of land, east of Olivers Battery and west of Whiteshute Lane. Various types of tree including four beech and one sycamore. Centred on grid reference.
SU462289:Trees:Northwest side of Romsey Road in front of Nos. 62-112, Romsey Road. Deciduous trees. Centred on grid reference.
SU462308:Trees:West side of Stockbridge Road opposite Weeke Garage, to a point north of Wyke Mark, Dean Lane. Centred on grid reference.
SU462310:Trees:West side of Stockbridge Road from Salters Lane to Meadow Lands boundary. Belt of coniferous and deciduous trees.
SU462357:Boundary Stone:Placed by the Air Ministry to mark corner of 1918 aerodrome.
SU462391:Burial Weapon:Spearhead was found in a grave 11/2ft. below the surface on the edge of 'Chalk Dell' Sutton Scotney. No other grave goods were found. The pit is now disused and partly filled in. Spearhead now in Winchester Museum. O.S.A. No. SU43 NE2. Ref: 1. O.S Map of Britain in Dark Ages, 1939. Ref: 2. O.S. 6', 1962.
SU462392:House:St. Anne's, Old Stockbridge Road, Sutton Scotney. Dated 1703. 2 storeys, brick, toothed eaves with hipped old tile roof. Refronted.
SU462429:Hill-fort and Buildings (Site):Tidbury Ring. A univallate plateau hill-fort with entrance on south-east. Two Roman buildings, possibly a courtyard villa complex found within the hill-fort. Site now under pasture and no trace of buildings remains. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE4. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hampshire, (Williams-Freeman). Ref: 2. Collections for the History of Hampshire (Warner). Ref: 3. P.H.F.C., Vol. 16, 1944-46, pp.38-9.
SU462479:Building:The Silk Mill, Winchester Road. 3 storeys. Red brick structure. Hipped slate roof surmounted by cupola with ornamental weathervane. Machinery in situ. Ref: Gazetteer of the Water, Wind and Tide Mills of Hampshire, No. 157, (Ellis).
SU462479:House:No. 24, Winchester Street. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. Slate roof. Square Victorian bay windows either side of centre columned porch. Former Mill House.
SU462479:Out Buildings:The Silk Mill, Winchester Road. Single storey. Red brick structure. Slate roof. Of similar design to the Mill.
SU462480:Cottages (2):Nos. 30 and 32, London Street. Single storey. Timber-framed. Front faced with brick in early C.19. Modern red tiled roof. L-shape with projecting wing to rear.
SU462480:Cottages:Nos. 2, 4 and 6, Church Street. 2 storeys. Red brick with blue headers. Old tiled roof with single centre gable. Sash and casement windows.
SU462480:Inn:Kings Arms, Church Street. 2 storeys. Modern limewashed plaster with black tarred plinth. Timber-framed rear wing. Old tiled roof. Lattice casements.
SU462481:Building:Town Hall, Newbury Street. 2 storeys. Red brick Georgian facade. Hipped tiled roof with parapet in centre flanking pediment. Domed cupola topped by ornamental weathervane. Flat roofed extension at north end.
SU462481:Houses (3):Nos. 4, 6 and 8, Newbury Street. 2 storeys. Pebbledashed walls. Low flat slate roof. Sash windows. No. 6 has columned porch.
SU462481:Inn:The White Hart, Newbury Street. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick walls. Low pitched slate roof. Ionic columned porch. White Hart mounted on platform at eave level. Older part bordering Newbury Street has old tile roof and three dormers. Ref: Letters and Memoirs, (Kingsley).
SU462482:Building:No. 37, Newbury Street. 2 storeys. Plastered walls. Ridge tiled roof. Casement windows. Centre panelled door.
SU462482:Church:Baptist Church, Newbury Street. Founded 1652. Present building 1840. 2 storeys. Red brick structure. 3-bay front. Slate roof. Mullioned and transomed windows.
SU462482:Cottage:No. 31, Newbury Street. Timber-framed and plastered. First floor overhang. Thatched gable.
SU462484:Trees:Bicester House grounds.
SU462493:Celtic Fields:North of the village. System ploughed out. No prominent surface detail. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU44 NE3. Ref: R.A.F. A.P.s CPE/UK/2061/4053.
SU462528:Barrow:Angle Down. Flattened mound of flints 15m. in diameter. Probable bowl barrow with indications of a ditch. Under plough. O.S.A. No. SU45 SE4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), pp.28, 347.
SU462528:Bell Barrow:Angle Down. Grass covered mound 25m. across by 2.6m. high. Surrounding ditch. Probable internal cairn of flints. Subject to ploughing. O.S.A. No. SU45 SE4. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, (Grinsell), pp.28, 347.
SU462538:Farmhouse:Litchfield Farm. 2 storeys. Rendered walls. Steep hipped slate roof with clipped eaves. Centre arched porch with parapet cornice. C.18 kitchen wing with old tiled roof.
SU463004:Farmhouse:Stanswood Farm. 2 storeys. Walls of squared, even height coursed stone, slated on west side. Hipped, blue slate roof with plain oversailing course. Vertical sash windows with glazing bars. Plain flue on chimney. Panelled door. Peaked hood brick porch.
SU463218:Village Common Meadow:Otterbourne Mead. Enclosed 1837. Now private land.
SU463238:Roman Road:Running south from Winchester.
SU463259:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage, Compton Street. Brick and flint structure with old tile roof.
SU463259:Roman Coin:Constantine (A.D. 306-337). Found in the garden of Yew Tree Cottage. O.S.A. No. SU42 NE23. Ref: Compton, near Winchester, 1939 (Drew), p.13
SU463272:Travel Way:Compton Down, west end. Ancient way connecting with, inter alia, bridleways to Silkstead, Shawford, Compton, Southampton Road and St. Cross. Of botanical interest.
SU463274:Viewing Point:Footpath No. 7 at Parish Boundary. Good viewpoint embracing most important buildings in Winchester.
SU463290:Milestone:Nearly opposite Sleeper's Hill Junction. Inscription reads ' 1 mile to Winton'.
SU463301:Trees:Teg Down. Mixed deciduous trees near southern end of Hampton Lane.
SU463309:Trees:Ruffield House, Stockbridge Road. Beech trees.
SU463395:Cottage:Brightwell Cottage, The Square, Sutton Scotney. Brick and timber structure, thatched roof.
SU463395:Cottages (2):Rosary and Brightwell. Immediately north west of the White House, Sutton Scotney. 2 storeys, plaster and brick. Thatched roofs, irregular casement windows and doors.
SU463395:House:The White House, The Square, Sutton Scotney. 2 storeys, colourwashed brick, toothed eaves. Old tile roof, half-hipped at west end. 5-bay front with half-glazed modern door. Modern porch.
SU463395:Inn:The Coach and Horses, The Square, Sutton Scotney. C.18 front to older building. 2 storeys, colour- washed brick, flat eaves, old tile roof. Extension to left of slightly later date. 2-storey wing. West gable end, timber-framed with herringbone brick infilling.
SU463409:Building (Site):Builington Lane. Remains of building, possibly a bath house discovered 1935. Finds include coloured wall-stucco, coarse pottery, nails and coins. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE18. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., Vol. 13, 1935, p.294. Ref: 2. Journal of Roman Studies, 27, p.243.
SU463415:House:Bullington House. 2 storeys, colourwashed brick. Low pitched slate roof. Sash windows. Wing to rear of earlier date, with old lattice windows. Formerly the Vicarage.
SU463478:House:Redleaf, Winchester Street. 2 storeys. Stucco with rusticated ground floor. Slate roof with wide spreading eaves. Centre Doric porches.
SU463481:Inn:The Red House, London Road. 2 storeys. Facade pebble-dashed in C.19. Old ridge tiled roof. Sash windows.
SU463486:Trees:Land at Kingsley Park.
SU463508:Bowl Barrow:Larks Barrow. North-west of Larks Barrow House. Grass covered. Ditch visible on all but northern side where modern hedgerow has encroached. O.S.A. No. SU45 SE7. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.28, 36, 347-8.
SU463554:Barrows (7):Thorn Down. Tumulus group consisting of bowl and disc barrows, three of which contained evidence of cremations. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE31. Ref: 1. Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, Vol. 1, 1870, p.197. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1938-40, pp.206-7.
SU463555:Implements:Litchfield Down. Palaeolithic flint axe found at foot of escarpment. Present whereabouts not known. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE17.
SU463561:Memorial Stone:North of Seven Barrows. Stands on site of Geoffrey de Havilland's first flight tests in 1909 and 1910. Ref: Hampshire Industrial Archaeology, A Guide, (Ed. Ellis).
SU463604:Farmhouse:Budds Farm. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick structure. Hipped old tile roof. Victorian metal casements. Modern porch.
SU463604:Farmhouse:Budds Farm. Historically interesting as the place from which William Cobbett set out on his 'Rural Rides' in 1821.
SU463607:Cottage:Laburnum Cottage. Single storey and attic. Partly timber-framed. Limewashed brickwork. Thatched roof brought down as tiled pentice to right incorporating small gabled porch.
SU463608:Chapel:Sandham Memorial Chapel. Brick with stone dressings. Built 1926-7 as memorial to victims of the first World War. Contains nineteen paintings by Stanley Spencer. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.150-3.
SU464010:Floating Island:Sprats Down Plantation. Due to the dampness, this area was a floating island with trees on it. As the land became better drained it settled and became established.
SU464032:House:Ashlett House. 2 storeys. Yellow brick, with hipped slate roof and brick stacks, portico porch with Doric columns.
SU464077:Coin Hoard:Found in 1867 in the grounds of the Royal Victoria Hospital. The find is now in the Hartley Museum. OSA SU 40 NE 4. Ref: PHFC 1 Part 1 p.43.
SU464080:Building:Officers' Mess of the Royal Victoria Hospital. Symmetrical facade of three storeys. Classical form with elaborate centre and plainer wing units. Now redeveloped into flats.
SU464193:Cottage:Adjacent to Manor House. Painted brick. Tiled roof. Stands on an island formed by two branches of the ltchen.
SU464193:House:Manor House. Three storeys. Stuccoed. Hipped slate roof. Stands on an island formed by two branches of the ltchen.
SU464193:Lock:Bishopstoke Lock on ltchen Navigation. Site marked by weir and sluices.
SU464224:Manor House:The Manor House. 2 storeys, attic and basement. Chequer brick on flint base, pebbledash on some walls, hipped tile roof relaid. Contemporary staircase. The site is surrounded by a moat. Outbuildings modernised. O.S.A. No. SU42 SE3.
SU464237:Denehole:Found in 1920, at Oakwood, Otterbourne. Shaft 19ft. deep. Tunnel at base, 71/2ft. high and wide. Galleries extended for a considerable distance. Tool marks and signs of old shoring visible. Partly blocked in Victorian times. Now filled in and no trace of site. O.S.A. No. SU42 SE5. Ref: Hampshire Field Club Photograph collection, Tudor House Museum, Southampton.
SU464241:The Hole Way:Formed part of the Roman road to Southampton. Situated on east side of present road, it is now a depression which runs through the gardens of several houses.
SU464280:Viewpoint:Badger's Farm Down. Magnificent views over the surrounding countryside.
SU464306:House:Dean Prior. 2 storeys. Red brick with thatched roof and thatched gabled porch. Modern 2-and 3-light casement windows.
SU464306:House:No. 1 and 2 storeys. Red brick with hipped tile roof. Gabled porch. Casement windows.
SU464399:Cottage:Witts Cottage. Interesting building at the rear of Victoria Hall, Sutton Scotney. Modernised 1974.
SU464481:Cottages (3):Nos. 25, 27, 29, London Street. 2 storeys. Partly pebbledash, colourwashed and stucco. Slate roofs. Windows and doors of varying types.
SU464566:Pits:White Shute Hill. Oval and roughly circular pits. Finds include pottery, charcoal and human bones. Area now covered by modern road. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE34.
SU465036:Saltern (Site):Off present refinery. Mediaeval and possibly later. An expanse of shingle. No trace remains. O.S.A. No. SU40 SE1.
SU465077:Chapel:Chapel of the Royal Victoria Hospital. Large building once at centre (and rear) of enormously long military hospital facing Southampton Water. Hospital demolished and restored Chapel contain exhibition and viewing tower in centre of Country Park. Classical treatment of simple rectangle, with tower on south west end. Sides eight bays divided by pilasters. Tower is massive. Upper treatment is octagonal pavillion of open arches, now glazed, with keystone, architraves, pilasters and entablatures on brackets. Cupola surmounted by classical finial.
SU465086:Building:Netley Railway Station, c.1867. Symmetrical classical design, in style of Tite ( eg Eastleigh, Gosport, Southampton). Two-storied front with single storey wings. Slate hipped roofing. Stucco walling.
SU465088:Woodland:'The Bunney'. Access to this area of woodland, between Netley Station and Butlocks Heath is limited to footpaths.
SU465141:Church:Church of St James. Church of 1890 replacing one of 1838. Architect Sir Arthur Blomfield. Gothic style of C.15. Chancel with south chapel. Nave with north and south aisles of four bays. Exterior prominent red tile roof with stone copings to gables with cross finials. Traceried windows. Interior double hammer beam roof, full perpendicular treatment. Old Perpendicular font.
SU465188:Lock:Conegar Lock on Itchen Navigation. Turf sides. Some brickwork still remains. One of the best preserved locks on the river.
SU465189:Canal:ltchen Navigation. From Winchester to Southampton. 10.5 miles in length, dating probably from Roman times. In varying degrees the Itchen was used for navigation until C.19. Assumed something like its final form with fourteen locks, 2 single gates, a tide lock and a tow path from Winchester to Woodmill by 1710. In use until 1869. A visually attractive section lies between Hockley and Bishopstoke. Ref: PHFC 24 pp. 113-126 (1967) (E. Course).
SU465193:Trees:Area adjoining Church Road Bishopstoke and River ltchen. Contributes to the visual amenity of the area.
SU465194:Church (remains of):St Mary, Bishopstoke. Site is indicated by turfed platform, contained by the red brick and flint foundation course of the nave and west tower. Tablet set in ground states a Church existed from Saxon times until 1891 and is mentioned in Domesday Survey. OSA SU 41 NE 1.
SU465194:Church:St Nicholas, North Stoneham. Built on site of C.13 Church and possibly a Saxon Chapel. Ashlar Tower. C.15 font and Slavonian tomb-stone dated 1491 over grave of Venetian seamen. Two early English pillars in the nave. OSA SU41 NW 21. Ref: VCH (Hants) 3 (1908) p.48.
SU465194:House:ltchen House. L-shaped 'Tudor-Gothic' building. White brick with a slate roof. Two storeys. Five windows facing south, three facing east. King Edward VII was a frequent visitor.
SU465194:Tombstones:St Marys Churchyard. Upright stone dated 1679 with unusual inscription and ledger slab dated 1750.
SU465194:Tower (site of):Former St Mary's Church. Flint with buttresses at the angles and window dressings of red brick with grey headers. Demolished 1965.
SU465194:Trees:Ancient yew trees in old church yard of St Mary, Bishopstoke. Planted 1694.
SU465195:House:Old Rectory. Built 1808. L-shaped. Two storeys. Painted brick with slate roof. S. front has hooded verandah on ground floor, with recessed service wing to the west.
SU465198:Bells:St Mary's Church. Tenor bell 1598 inscribed - 'in God my hope'. Treble bell, 1600, inscribed - 'Seek the Lord'. Second treble, 1598, inscribed - 'Give Thanks to God'.
SU465225:Village Site:Deserted mediaeval village site. Otterbourne. Hundred = Buddiesgate. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p. 489. Vol. 3, pp. 440-444. Ref: 2. Deserted Mediaeval Villages, (Beresford and Hurst).
SU465226:Church (Site):St. Matthew's Church demolished Nov. 1971. Chancel arches removed to County Museum. Mass dial to Horology Gallery, Willis Museum Basingstoke. C.12 piscina awaiting installation at Otterbourne New Church (unconfirmed). O.S.A. No. SU42 SE4. Ref: 1. Hampshire Newsletter, Vol. 2/3, p.14. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 3, p.443.
SU465242:Trees:Group of trees to the east of the Southampton Road.
SU465244:Trees:Tilden Road, Compton.
SU465245:Milestone:Situated on the Winchester-Southampton Road, south of Shawford Down. It consists of a metal plate affixed to a granite stone and lies 66 miles from London.
SU465257:Barn:Parsonage Barn, Compton Street. Timber structure with a hipped thatched roof. Inside, side aisles and Queen-post roof. Cart doors either side.
SU465258:Cottages:Yew Cottages, Compton Street, Compton. Earliest is Linden Cottage, formerly called Pellson Cottage. Timber-framed with herringbone brick infilling, thatched roof, half-hipped at west end. Front of later date. Adjoining cottage is brick with old tile roof.
SU465296:Trees:Chilbolton Avenue. Deciduous and coniferous varieties. On the west side from Sarum Road to Lang House, and on east side from Teg Field House to Links Road. Centred on grid reference.
SU466007:Manor House (Site):Stanswood. Believed site of the old manor house.
SU466033:Tidal Mill:Ashlett Mill. 3 storeys and attics. Brick with tiled mansard roof, partly cement rendered. Rebuilt 1816. Sash and casement windows.
SU466085:Woodland:Adjoining St Mary's Road, Netley Abbey.
SU466147:Open space:Hatch Grange. Recreation Ground. Owned by Parish Council.
SU466150:Building:Hatch Farm. Timber frame with brick infilling.
SU466177:Railway Bridge:Brick built, six arched railway viaduct over River ltchen. Can be viewed from ltchen Navigation towpath.
SU466177:Railway Bridge:Two-arched brick. Northern arch over disused ltchen Navigation and Towpath. Southern arch over farm track.
SU466179:Farmhouse:Chicken Hall Farm. Two storeys. Red brick. Hipped slate roof. Bread oven in old kitchen.
SU466180:Coin:Small bronze coin of Claudius Gothicus. Now in store at Tudor House Museum. Found close to building site. OSA SU 41 NE 6. Ref: Corr. 6' (N. Cook 1949).
SU466183:Villa (site of):Discovered c. 1908. Coffin found, now in Tudor House Museum, Southampton. Site under sewage works. OSA SU 41 NE 5. Ref: 1. OS 6' 1968. Ref: 2. Rec. 6' (O.G.S. Crawford 1934). Ref: 3. Corr. 6' (N. Cook 1949).
SU466192:Cottage:Yew Tree Cottage. (One building with No. 1. Spring Lane). Two storeys. Red brick. Hipped tiled roof. Casement windows.
SU466195:Cottages (2):Nos. 117 & 119. Walls rendered. Thatched roof. Very picturesque.
SU466213:Cottage with Historical Associations:Chapel Cottage. Used by Roman Catholics from about 1800 onwards. Cross still visible on roof.
SU466244:Trees:Southampton Road, Shawford.
SU466245:Trees:East side of Southampton Road, Shawford.
SU466298:Trees:East of and parallel to Chilbolton Avenue, from Teg Field House to Links Road. Mixed coniferous and deciduous trees. Centred on grid reference.
SU466305:House:Weeke Manor. 3-storey. Red brick with brick dentil cornice, parapet and old tile roof. Entrance at side to road. Modern semi- circular porch. Modern wing. Altered and extended.
SU466305:Trees:In the grounds of Weeke Manor, Stockbridge Road.
SU466306:Milestone:Opposite junction with Weeke Manor Close. Stone inscribed 'Winchester 1 mile'.
SU466369:Bowl Barrow (Site):Ploughed down bowl barrow. 29.0m. - by 26.5m. No traces of a ditch. Situated in corn stubble field. O.S.A. No. SU43 NE16.
SU466399:Cottage:Tenter Croft, Sutton Scotney. 110yds. east of Egypt Mill. 2 storeys, part timber-framed, colourwashed brick and flint in bands. Half-hipped thatched roof swept down between upper windows.
SU466399:Mill (Site):North of Mill House. On tributary of the River Test. Mill demolished, but some footings of building remain, and a fall of water.
SU466480:Building:Town Mill. Largely rebuilt in recent times to original C.18 design. 2 storeys. Part brick, part weatherboard. Tiled roof. Parts of the machinery in situ. Ref: Gazetteer of the Water, Wind and Tide Mills of Hampshire, No. 155, (Ellis).
SU466484:Trees:Bere Hill. Part of land lies within conservation area.
SU466495:Milestone:Located on A34 road. Inscription reads Newbury 11 Whitchurch 1.
SU466578:Building (Site):Hospital of the Holy Cross. West of All Saints Church. Hospital for poor travellers on the road from Winchester to Oxford. Dates of foundation and dissolution not known. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE3. Ref: Mediaeval Religious Houses of England and Wales, 1971, (Knowles and Hadcock), pp.316, 348.
SU466580:Depopulated Village:Old Burghclere. Homestead sites and associated enclosures of former settlement. Site visible on air photographs. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE8. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.465. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.277-8, 292. Ref: 3. R.A.F. A.P.s CPE/UK/1931/3039-40.
SU467032:Saltern (Site):On boundary of new power station. Mediaeval and later. Fawley saltworks thrived until early C.19. O.S.A. No. SU40 SE1.
SU467073:House:Hamblecliff House. Gothic house, c.1809. Two storeys with attic, and projecting half-hexagonal tower. Later Gothic porch. Walling in stucco with quoins. Tower in smooth ashlar. Windows couple or triple pointed lights within four-centred openings. Two windows have richer tracery.
SU467073:Stable block:Stable block of Hamblecliff House. Late C.19 Tudor/Baronial courtyard stable block. Steep roofing.
SU467198:Church:St Mary. Flint and stone. Nave, S. Aisle, Chancel and W. Tower completed 1909. Interesting iron chancel screen. Octagonal pulpit. Ref: Buildings of England (Hants) (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.103.
SU467246:Trees:Southdown, Southdown Road.
SU467256:Church:All Saints' Church. Original church of flint and rubble. Norman nave with a C.13 chancel added. Font probably of Purbeck marble. Painting of an archbishop at east end of north side of chancel said to be early C.13. Sarsen stone in wall of church. O.S.A. No. SE42 NE2. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner & Lloyd), p.181
SU467256:Cottage:The Cottage, Carman's Lane, Compton. Brick construction. Formerly two cottages.
SU467256:House:The Red House, Compton. Built as a rectory. 2-storey brick building with old tile roof. Interior may be of interest. Walled garden.
SU467256:Sarsen Stone No. 19A:In the north west wall of the nave of the parish church.
SU467257:Trees:Group of trees opposite the church in Compton Street. Seven beech.
SU467266:Bowl Barrows (2):Situated on Compton Down east end. O.S.A. No. SU42 NE43. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 13, 1940, (Grinsell), p. 354.
SU467285:Open Space:The Valley, Stanmore. Footpath leads to a stand of beech trees. Splendid views to the south across Winchester to the hills beyond.
SU467293:Trees:South side of Romsey Road from Queen's Road to Kerrfield entrance. Mixed coniferous and deciduous trees.
SU467304:Church:St. Matthew. Small church of mixed dates. Plain C.12 doorway on south wall and C.13 window in channel. Modern nave. Weather-boarded bell turret with C. 1 6 window. Rendered, with stone quoins, and old tiled roof. Open timber roof. Some fragments of mediaeval glass. Brass of 1498.
SU467304:Tree:East side of Stockbridge Road, near St. Matthew's Church. Fine cedar close to the road.
SU467305:Cottage:Church Cottage. 2-storeys. Red brick. Thatched roof with brick chimneys. Modern porch. Casement windows in elliptical heads, eye- browed above.
SU467305:Pond:Stockbridge Road, adjoining old church. Solid white iron rails along pavement. Background of privet, may and two fine sycamores.
SU467472:Enclosures (Sites):South-east of the village. Complex sited within ploughed field. No trace remains on ground. O.S.A. No. SU44 NE21.
SU467629:House:Vale Cottage, Newtown Common. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with mostly C.19 brick infiiling. On high plinth of mixed ironstone flint, chalk and brick. Old tiled roof.
SU468202:House:Lodge of Stoke Lodge. One storey. Painted brick. Hipped thatched roof, carried down on each side to form overhanging eaves.
SU468204:House:Stoke Lodge. Two storeys. Slate roof. Wooden porch with window each side and doorway in front with pilasters and pediments.
SU468223:House:Brambridge House. Dated about 1763 but partly burnt out and rebuilt 1872. 3-storey, stucco building. The main part has a 5-bay centre flanked by short wings each of two bays and with a Doric loggia across the ground floor with fluted columns and entablature. The house was built by the Smythe family of whom Maria Smythe became Mrs Fitzherbert. Ref: Historical novels by Jean Plaidy.
SU468249:Wayside Cross:Shawford Down. Consists of a wooden cross with a stone plaque. Moved, when the Winchester to Southampton Road (A33) was widened, and re-erected as near as possible to original site.
SU468251:Trees:Group of trees situated at Compton Rise, Compton.
SU468256:Cottage:Church Cottage, Carman's Lane, Compton. Brick structure with tile roof.
SU468256:House:Cherrycroft, Compton Street. Brick structure with tile roof.
SU468287:House:The Day House. Large detached house of 2 storeys and attic. Walls of pebbled rendering on brick plinth. Red tile multi-gabled roof. Brick chimneys. Casement windows with some leaded lights. Front doorway in half-timbered projection.
SU468288:Trees:Frontage of Sleeper's Hill House, Sleeper's Hill Road.
SU468291:Building:Melbury Lodge. Rendered and painted walls with some half-timbering. Steeply pitched slate roof with fine carved bargeboards. 2-storeys and attic, central tower. Veranda to both floors with carved wood supports, on south elevation only. Woodland setting.
SU468293:Houses:Nos. 1-20. Terrace of Victorian houses south from Romsey Road. Brick structure, some rendered, with slate roofs. Sash and projecting bay windows. Splendid view over Winchester from end of road.
SU468303:Trees:East side of Stockbridge Road.
SU468478:House:The Elms, Winchester Street. 2 storeys. Stucco with rusticated ground floor. Slate roof with dormer window. Centre Doric porch.
SU468578:Church:All Saints. Restored 1861. Large flint structure with low bell turret. Nave dates from circa 1 1 00, north transept added circa 1280. Two Norman doorways. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE7. Ref: 1. V.C.h., Vol. 4, pp.200-1. Ref: 2. Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), pp.149-50.
SU468592:Burials:Ridgemoor Farm. Two skeletons, nails, glass fragments and pottery found 1867. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE1. Ref: 1. The Antiquaries Journal, 2nd Series, Vol. 4, 1867-70, pp. 125-7. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 1, p.344.
SU468633:Cottage:Rose Cottage. Built 1718. Brick with some timber framing. 2 storeys. Tiled roof formerly thatched. Two chimneys, one with dated brick. Old beamed ceiling. Extended 1973.
SU468633:Cottage:Well Cottage. Brick structure.with some timber framing. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof with two chimneys. Formerly two cottages. Later additions.
SU469143:Sky Line:West End Ridges. Within this area are some fine examples of native and foreign trees, planted by local landowners C.18-19. Centred on grid reference.
SU469143:Trees:Chapel Close and Patricia Road.
SU469202:House:No. 148, Weymouth House. Two storeys, three windows. Red tile-hipped roof. Brickwork, blue headers red dressings. Sashes in reveals.
SU469254:Trees:In the garden of The Knoll, Shawford.
SU469256:Cottage:Meadow Farm, Compton. Situated at north east corner of crossroads in Compton. Brick structure with hipped old tile roof and flanking chimneys. West front has a 3-light segmental headed casement window to left hand.
SU469256:Cottage:The Chequers, Cross Roads, Compton. On north west corner of cross roads. It was formerly The Chequers Inn. 2-storey brick structure with old tile roof. East front has central ledge door.
SU469257:Sarsen Stone No. 19B:At the crossroads outside Chequers.
SU469257:Trees:Situated north of The Chequers, Winchester Road, Compton. They are covered with ivy.
SU469287:House:Neatham. 2 storeys and attic. Flint with decorative brick trim. Red tile gabled roof with brick chimneys. Sash windows. Projecting bay tile hung. Moulded brick arched front doorway.
SU469289:Trees:Land adjacent to Sleeper's Hill Road, and between Sleeper's Hill Road and Miinthorpe Lane. Centred on grid reference.
SU469297:Trees:Greenhill Road, opposite junction with Milverton Road.
SU469301:Trees:The Hermitage, Cheriton Road.
SU469350:Settlement (Site):On Crown Land. Ruined by old grass runway. Finds include currency now in Winchester City Museum. Ref: 1. P.H.F.C., vol. 12, pp. 236-40. 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, pp. 178-185.
SU469409:Manor House:Norton Manor. 3 storeys and attic on stone basement, brick, hipped old tile roof. Conservatory on west end of house covering the three right-hand ground-floor bays of south front. Norton was a Domesday Manor which passed to Sir Thomas Wriothesley at the Dissolution in 1544. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE27. Ref: 1. O.S. 6' 1911. Ref: 2. V.C.H., Vol. 3,. Illustration, pp.455, 457-8.
SU469409:Pond:Norton Manor. Originally a mediaeval fish pond. Now used as an ornamental lake. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE27.
SU469410:Barn:100yds. north west of Norton Manor. Tall, hipped, weatherboarded barn of seven bays, with thatched roof.
SU469509:Cottages (2):Cole Henley Farm Cottages. Stuccoed brick structure. Thatched roof swept over three upper casements. Centre projecting octagonal bay with sashes. Two panelled doors.
SU469509:Farm Buildings:Cole Henley Farm. Flint and brick barn with thatched roof. Similar stable building with tiled roof.
SU469514:Coin:Cole Henley Manor. Coin believed to be of Claudius (41-54). In private ownership. O.S.A. No. SU45 SE27.
SU469549:Earthwork and Fieldway:Great Litchfield Down. Enclosures reduced by ploughing to faint banks and terraces. Insufficient evidence to classify as settlement. O.S.A. No. SU45 SE23. Ref: 1. Field Archaeology as Illustrated by Hants, (Williams-Freeman), pp.80-2, 424-5. Ref: 2. R.A.F. A.P.s CPE/UK/1931/4114-5.
SU469578:House:The Old Manor House. Large irregular shaped brown brick structure. 2 storeys. Old ridge tiled roof. Sash windows. C.12 arch exposed during renovation. Jacobean staircase.
SU469580:Farmhouse:Burghclere Farm. 2 storeys. Grey cement rendered facades. Ridge tiled roof with two gabled dormers. Sash windows. Square columned porch. Victorian brick gabled addition to rear.
SU469610:Church:Church of Ascension. Built 1838, enlarged 1875. Striking west end tower with shingle spire, low pitched roof with thin timber-work and early English details. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.150.
SU469611:Trees:Harts Lane.
SU469999:Cottage:Octagonal staff cottage. Marks bicentenary of Drummond ownership of Cadlands, 1972. 2 storeys. Stone walls of squared even height, fully coursed, with pillars. Octagonal L-shaped roof of blue slate, with 3 ft overhang and boxed eaves. Vertical sash windows with glazing bars and arch. Chimney with decorative flue. Cottage located in isolated position.
SU470072:House and outbuildings:Sydney Lodge. Two storeys brick, slate roof, hipped with two stacks and C.19 dormers. Bowed Greek doric porch enclosing glazed double doors. C.19 verandah on ground floor. Interior of interest. Outbuildings of same date include a two storey block with hipped slate roof, surmounted by a clock tower with open cupola, dome and vane. Ref: 1. Photographs in NBR. Ref: 2. New Vitruvius Britannicus, 1802.
SU470087:Church:Church of St Mary The Virgin. Small stone church with C.16 belfry. C.13 font. Church was well restored in 1922.
SU470187:Cottage:No. 40, Dairymans Cottage. Two storeys, fronted with red brick, the sides roughcast. Half-hipped tiled roof.
SU470210:Flat Axe:Lords Wood, Brambridge. Middle Bronze Age founders hoard. O.S.A. No. SU42 SE29.
SU470210:Sarsen Stone No. 37A:In valley gravel between Highbridge and Brambridge.
SU470235:Canal:ltchen Navigation in use 1666 to 1869. O.S.A. No. SU42 SE22. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 24, (Course), p. 113.
SU470246:Strip Lynchets:Believed to be of Saxon origin. They are situated on the east side of Shawford Down now partly overgrown by bushes. O.S.A. No. SU42 SE24. Ref: Compton, near Winchester, 1939 (Drew), p.159.
SU470248:Open Space:Shawford Down County Open Space. Covers an area of 57 acres.
SU470249:Scenic View:View of ltchen Valley and Twyford from the War Memorial on Shawford Down.
SU470249:War Memorial:Shawford Down. Consists of a granite monument to those who died in the two World Wars.
SU470256:Cottages (2):Place Lane, Compton. Situated opposite the Manor House. 2-storey brick cottages with hipped old tile roofs. Irregular casement windows, some leaded.
SU470256:House:The Manor House, Place Lane, Compton. Altered C.18. L-shaped plan of 2 storeys. Brick carried up to parapet, old tile roof. Massive C.17 brick chimney stack partly submerged in later roof. Interior may be of interest.
SU470257:Barn:Situated north west of the Manor House, Compton. A T-shaped barn, top of 'T' having seven/eight bays, the leg three bays. Weatherboarded on brick base. Corrugated iron roof, formerly thatched.
SU470259:Line of Trees:Line of trees on both sides of Winchester Road.
SU470260:Milestone:Situated on the east side of the old Roman road, just north of the village of Compton. It is simply a bare stone, the plaque having been removed.
SU470277:Bucket Urns (2):Found in 1950, north of Bushfield Camp, just off Whiteshute Lane. They are now in Winchester Museum. O.S.A. No. SU42 NE40. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 17, 1952, (Grinsell), p. 360.
SU470296:Cottages:Nos. 1-8 (consec.). 2 storeys. Terrace of red brick and flint cottages built 1860-70. Tiled roofs. Long front gardens.
SU470296:Wall:Southern end of terrace. Retaining wall of brick, flint and stone.
SU470302:Trees:East side of Stockbridge Road, near junction with Bereweeke Road. Varieties of both coniferous and deciduous trees.
SU470367:Bowl Barrows (2):Comprises two shapeless contiguous mounds with a maximum height of 0.4m. Probably twin bowl barrows, but aerial photographs show they overlie lynchets of a celtic field system. O.S.A. No. SU43 NE17.
SU470372:Settlement:Wonston Manor Farm. Aerial photographs show detailed plan of settlement. Ditched enclosure. Site now ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU43 NE15. Ref: 1. Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 43, 1953, p.96. Ref: 2. A.S.P.'s CL/044 and 046, (St. Joseph).
SU470394:Cottages:Olaf's Pond, Wonston Lane. 2 storeys, timber- framed, plaster infilling. Thatched roofs.
SU470409:Coins:Norton Manor. Early English coins were found under one of the lawns. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE21.
SU470413:Barrows (2):A. Vague mound 24m. in diameter. B. No trace. Sites under pasture. Centred on grid reference. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE20. Ref: A.P. 5369/35/36, (Crawford).
SU470482:House:Toll House, London Street. Octagonal pebble- dashed structure. 2 storeys. Low pitched slate roof with wide spreading eaves forming continuous verandah supported on rustic posts. Metal casements.
SU470527:Old Travelway:Course of Roman road (Portway) Silchester to Dorchester forming the south east boundary of the parish. Centred on grid reference.
SU470602:Cottage:Cranford Cottage. Restored. Single storey and dormers. Timber-framed and limewashed brick. Weather-boarded additions with thatched roof brought down as pentice.
SU471019:House:Ower House. Built 1749. 2 storeys. Rendered cement walls. Blue slate m-shaped roof with plain overselling course. Flat-topped dormer on roof. Plain flue chimneys with oversailing course on gable end. Vertical sash windows with glazing bars. Fanlight door surmounted by canopy with cornice.
SU471075:Coins:Bronze coin hoard found April 1968. Contained in a small grey ware pot. Part now in Chilcomb House Museum, the rest in private ownership. OSA SU 40 NE 16. Ref: (oral) Curator, Hants Museum Service.
SU471137:Telegraph Station (site of):Queens College Wood, Telegraph Road.
SU471244:Farmhouse:Segars, Segars Lane. Old brick with hipped tile roof. Part C.16. 2 storeys.
SU471244:House:Malt House, immediately west of White House, Queen Street. 2 storeys, red brick with first floor string course. Moulded wood eaves, old tile roof. Renovated with material from cottage demolished at rear.
SU471286:Shopping Precint:Small single storey shops, with attractive windows and blinds. Red brick houses with red tile roofs. White painted casement windows. Surrounds a 'village' green planted with beech trees.
SU471288:House:St. Mary's. Red brick house. Slate roof with decorated tile ridge and finials. Fine porch of two arches with corner pillar and pilasters. Decorated bricks in rosette design. Wooded garden, Scots pine, beech, horse-chestnut and Lawson cypress.
SU471294:Building:Royal Hampshire County Hospital. Built in Gothic style by Butterfield 1864-8, when the hospital moved from Parchment Street. Red brick with blue brick patterning, and slate roof. Gothic style stone details, over entrance, and to some windows and the chapel. Many later additions.
SU471435:Ring-Ditch (Site):North-east of Tidbury Ring Camp. Cropmark no longer visible. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE13.
SU471549:Earthwork (Site):Great Litchfield Down. Area now tree planted and no trace of original features remain. Believed to have been a 'circus'. O.S.A. No. SU45 SE1.
SU472221:Trees:Brambridge House. Double avenue of lime trees leading to the house. Dating at least from Napoleonic times, when they were pollarded.
SU472248:Railway Goods Shed:Shawford Station. Timber-framed with timber cladding. Slate roof with gable ends. Double doors on north elevation. Now used as offices and a warehouse
SU472275:Trees:Belt of trees between St. Cross Road and the railway. Two stretches of trees adjacent to east side of railway. Centred on grid reference.
SU472279:Lane:Whiteshute Lane. Attractive sunken lane leading from St. Cross to Compton. Fine views from bridge over railway and gaps in hedge. Centred on grid reference.
SU472291:Building:King Alfred's College. Original block built 1861/2 by J. Colson in Gothic-Revival style. Coursed rubble, with red tile roof. 3-storey. Irregularly spaced mullioned and transomed windows. Bays on ground floor. Modern extensions.
SU472294:Gate:Entrance Gate to Winchester Prison 1848-50, by Pearse. Rendered and painted. Rusticated arch, corner pilasters and cornice.
SU472297:Houses:Nos. 17-43 (odd). 2 storeys. Terrace of late Victorian red brick houses decorated with cream bricks. Slate roofs. All with sash windows and bays on ground floor. Arched doorways. Small front gardens with low walls.
SU472312:Flats:Mountbatten Court. Development by the British Legion. Red brick with red tile roofs. Picture windows. Mature trees in the grounds. Officially opened by Prince Charles, accompanied by Lord Mountbatten, on the 25th Juen 1977.
SU472313:Boundary Stone:Junction with footpath, south of Berwick House. Composite stone, dated 1932, bears City Arms.
SU472313:Ditch:East of Berwick House. Unable to locate at ground level. O.S.A. No. SU43 SE11. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 17, 1952, p.360.
SU472344:British Village (Site):Adjacent to parish boundary to the west. O.S.A. No. SU43 SE5.
SU472388:Round Barrow (Site):Possible crop mark but nothing visible on the ground. O.S.A. No. SU43 NE6.
SU472394:Farmhouse:Wonston Cottage. Was formerly old Farm House, possibly dates from 1520, altered C.18. 2 storeys, brick, offset and toothed eaves, thatched roof.
SU472414:Enclosure:Sub-circular enclosure visible as texture mark. No trace couId be identified on the ground. O.S.A. No. SU44 SE29. Ref: A.S.P. ARW 94, (St. Joseph).
SU472562:Bowl Barrow (Site):South west of Ladle Hill Camp. Low spread barrow, almost completely ploughed out. O.S.A. No. SU45 NE32.
SU472573:Nature Reserve:Burghclere, old limeworks. Abandoned quarry with good chalkland flora and fauna. Hampshire and Isle of Wight Naturalists' Trust nature reserve. Access by permit only.
SU472573:Quarry and Limeworks:Two patent limekilns and a number of buildings survive. Relics of a tramway joining the kilns to the chalk pits. A nature reserve with very limited access. Ref: Hampshire Industrial Archaeology, A Guide, (Ed. Ellis).
SU472597:Farmhouse:Wells Street Farm. Restored. Timber-framed with red brick infilling. Thatched roof, tiled around centre dormer. Metal casements with small 'Gothic' heads. Trellis porch.
SU472609:Trees:The Rectory.
SU473003:Site of Natural Interest:Part of the Beaulieu Estuary. S.S.S.I. extends from the parish boundary with Exbury and Lepe, to Calshot Spit. Important wader and wildfowl refuge. Intertidal area at Calshot Spit supports various forms of the Eelgrass genus. Hurst Castle to Calshot Spit nationally important as a costal ecosystem. Centred on grid reference.
SU473004:Landing Place:Cadland Estate. Suggested landing site of Cerdic in 495. O.S.A. No. SU40 SE6. Ref: 1. Antiquaries Journal Vol. 26, 1952, (Crawford), p.193. Ref: 2. Saxon England, 1953, (Smith), p.35.
SU473019:Farmhouse:Ower Farm, Fawley. 2 storeys. Walls are of squared, even height, fully coursed stone. Hipped blue slate roof with boxed eaves and a shallow pitch. Ashlar arched, vertical sash windows with wooden glazing bars. Plain flue chimneys. Brick porch. Farmhouse located in an isolated area.
SU473087:House: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.
SU473130:View Point:Thomhill Roundabout.
SU473199:Viewing Points:South of Footpath 24. North of Footpath 36. Fields and woodland.
SU473249:Hotel:Bridge Hotel, Shawford. Rendered brick construction with old tile roof. Once a Post-house for barge horses.
SU473249:Mill:Shawford Mill, Shawford Road. 2 storeys, brick half-hipped old tile roof. Dated 1795 on stone in wall. Turbine-powered, unused. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 25.
SU473256:Burial Ground:Two sites have been identified at the intersection of the Winchester By-pass with the Winchester/ Southampton railway line. A pot was found at one site. O.S.A. No. SU42 NE35. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1937-8, (Freeman-Williams), p. 117.
SU473266:Bowl Barrow:Situated in north east corner of parish. Much of it has been ploughed over. O.S.A. No. SU42 NE47. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 14, 1940, (Grinsell), p. 354.
SU473275:Trees:South of The Grange in the gardens of Grange Close. Mixed coniferous and deciduous trees.
SU473294:Cemetery:Roman-Catholic cemetery raised above level of Romsey Road. Wrought-iron entrance gates and railings. Surrounding walls date from 1829. Two rendered mausoleums and two railed graves. Many interesting tombstones including those of the Tichborne family. Fine views through trees to the eastern hills.
SU473294:Lodge:No. 43. Very small cemetery lodge of 2-storeys. Circa 1829. Red brick with a slate roof. Casement windows, some with leaded lights and rendered surrounds. History given on stone tablet over door.
SU473297:House:No. 10. 2-storey and basement. Rendered ground floor and basement, red brick first floor. Slate roof. New door and porch. 16-pane sash windows and one rendered blank.
SU473297:House:No. 7. 2-storeys and semi-basement. Rendered with slate roof. One 12-pane, one 16-pane sash window.
SU473297:Houses:Nos. 1-6 (consec.). 2 storey and basement. Rendered, except for No. 1. Slate roofs with shared chimneys. 12-pane sash windows, some modern alterations.
SU473297:Houses:Nos. 11 - 15 (consec.). Terrace of 2-storey houses. Rendered with projecting string course. Slate roofs. Doors with glazed fanlights. 12-pane sash windows. Some alterations to doors and windows.
SU473297:Houses:Nos. 8 and 9. 2 storeys and basement. Slate roof. Rendered basement, rusticated render on ground floor, yellow brick first floor with rendered borders. 16-pane sash window. Doors with glazed fanlights.
SU473298:House:No. 1. Late Victorian flint-faced end of terrace house, circa 1871. 2 storeys and basement. Slate roof. Stone quoins and lintels. Full height double bay windows on street frontage. Front door with corrugated iron curved verandah above, on side elevation. Originally called Verandah Cottage.
SU473298:House:No. 16. 2-storey. Slate roof with dormer. Painted brick structure. Ground floor has door with glazed fanlight and 16-pane sash window.
SU473298:House:No. 22. 2 storeys. Rendered, with tile roof. Sash windows with ground floor shop window. Glazed door with fanlight. Fronts onto footpath to North View. Built in 1860s, originally an off-licence, then a shop, now a private dwelling. Willow tree in front garden.
SU473298:Houses:Nos. 14-19 (consec.). Late Victorian terrace of red brick houses. 2 storeys. Slate roofs. Sash windows and bay window on ground floor. Stone lintel over porch. Low front garden walls, some with railings.
SU473298:Houses:Nos. 2-13 (consec.). Built 1865-6 by Henry Newman. Slate roofs, some remains of decorated spines. Nos. 2-5. and 10- 1 3, of red brick with a band of cream brick between ground and first floor. Nos. 6-9, flint-faced with red brick dressings. Sash windows, and one in roof. Low front garden wall with railings.
SU473298:Houses:Nos. 20 and 21. 2 storeys, basement to No. 20. Terrace of two houses. Rendered with slate roofs. Two ground floor bay windows on Avenue Road elevation, aprons rebuilt. 4-pane sash windows on first floor.
SU473299:Buildings:Nos. 22 and 23. 2 storeys. At one time a dairy. Red brick with sash windows and ground floor bay windows. No. 23 has carved stone on quoin 'The Rosary'. Older flint buildings at rear are remains of stables.
SU473299:House:No. 53. Built on the site of a former lane, Love Lane which ran up to Chilbolton Avenue.
SU473299:Houses:Nos. 18-21 (consec.). 3-storey. Late Victorian red brick gabled terrace of four houses. Slate roofs. Bay windows on ground floor, sash windows above. Centre two have decorated doorways with stone arches and central keystones.
SU473299:Houses:Nos. 45 and 46. Fern Villas. 2 storeys and base- ments. No. 45, red brick with cream decoration, No. 46, painted white. Front door with arched porch. Sash and bay windows. Dated 1876 on carved name-stone placed between floors.
SU473299:Houses:Nos. 51 and 52. Pair of semi-detached late Victorian red brick houses. Slate roofs. Ground floor bay windows beside arched porches. No. 52, once an off-licence is now a general shop. Sash windows on first floor.
SU473300:Houses:Nos. 57-60. 2-storey and basements. Two pairs of late Victorian semi-detached houses. Rendered brick with slate roofs. Bay window beside front door and sash windows above. Arched porch.
SU473301:Houses:Nos. 41-59 (odd). Large semi-detached houses. Red brick with slate roofs. Bay windows on ground and first floors. Some original sash windows. Open porches.
SU473313:Trees:On frontage of Mountbatten Court, Andover Road and on opposite side of road. Mixed coniferous and deciduous trees.
SU473353:Field System:25 ha. Centred on grid reference. Ref: H.C.C. Planning Department. A.P. 164620.
SU473361:Long Barrow Bowl Barrow:West of Railway Line. Neolithic/Bronze Age, Greenstone Adze. Found circa 1958. O.S.A. No. SU43 NE18.
SU473394:Cottage:140yds. east south east of Wonston Farmhouse. 2 storeys, timber-framed, plaster infilling. Thatched roof.
SU473617:House:The Malt House. L-shaped structure. Yellow brick with blue headers. 2 storeys. Hipped tiled roof. Sash windows. ContainsC.17 fireback.
SU473618:House:Oxdrove House. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick walls. Hipped old tile roof. Modern metal casements. Believed older part of this house was once the inn for the Drove Road. Parts of C.17 date.
SU473625:Trees:In the grounds of Holt Cottage.
SU473630:Site of Natural Interest:Newtown Common. Swampy woodland with good fern flora.
SU473635:House:Sandleford Cottage. Plain roughcast facade with modern casements. Principal elevation at the back with gabled projections, bays and porch. Tiled roof. Possibly of C.18 date, core of the building may be earlier. At one time an inn.
SU474138:Hillfort:Hickley Wood Hillfort. Small bank is all that remains of hillfort largely destroyed by gravel extraction.
SU474214:Cottage:Woodcroft Cottage. 2 storeys and attic, pebbledash over brick, hipped old tile roof. It is suggested that this was the site of an inn from Domesday times. In the early 1900's it was used as two cottages. The gardener's and chauffeur's accommodation for Brambridge Lodge nearby.
SU474243:ltchen Valley:Alluvium and tufa. Reed beds. Special habitat for birds and plants. Many good views and fine trees.
SU474249:Cottage:Shawford Mill Cottage, Shawford Road. Brick structure, tile roof.
SU474255:House:Compton Place, Place Lane, Compton. Tudor wall and archway are the only remains of a house first inhabited in 1250.
SU474276:Milestone:Stone inscribed ' 1 mile to Winchester', on an iron plate.
SU474276:Trees:West side of St. Cross Road along frontage of The Grange. Centred on grid reference.
SU474277:Building:No. 132. 2 storeys. Part timber-frame with brick infilling, part painted brick walls. Tile roof. Casement windows and door with plain hood.
SU474277:Building:No. 134. 3 storeys. Painted brick walls with projecting brick string course. Hipped slate roof with wide flat eaves. Sash windows. Oval window in central panel on second floor with radiating glazing bars. Ground floor windows with sliding shutters. Doorcase of Tuscan pilasters, modified entablature, cornice and panelled doors. 2-storey stable wing to right.
SU474277:House:No. 136. 2 storeys. Painted brick walls with red brick dentil cornice. Old tile roof. Casement windows in segmental heads. Plain door.
SU474279:House:Bindon House. 2 storeys and attic. Stucco walls with parapet. Old tile roof with two modern gabled dormers. Paired windows on first floor. Greek Doric portico and late C.19 bay window on ground floor. Panelled double doors.
SU474279:Trees:North side of Mead Road, along the frontage of chestnuts, Mixed coniferous and deciduous trees.
SU474280:Trees:Two cedars and an ilex among many smaller trees in the garden of Newick, Edgar Road.
SU474283:House:No. 106. Detached house of 2 storeys. Flint with brick dressings. Slate roof with carved wooden bargeboards. Glazed porch. 4-pane sash windows. Flint and brick garden walls.
SU474283:Trees:No. 106, Christchurch Road. Large garden with Scots pine, hornbeam, beech and Lawson cypress trees.
SU474293:House:No. 18. 3-storeys. Flint and brick ground floor, upper floors slate hung. Low pitched slate roof with wide overhang. First floor veranda. Casement and bay windows with lozenge-shaped panes. Flint and brick garden wall with railings. Built circa 1849, for a former mayor of Southampton.
SU474293:Houses:Nos. 12 and 12A. 2-storeys. Symmetrical, formal stucco south front, of four elliptical arches, 2-storeys high, over flat pilasters. Wide, flat eaves and hipped slate roof. Cast-iron balconies on first floor. Sash windows with glazing bars. Ground floor altered.
SU474293:Houses:Nos. 14 and 16. Same design as No. 12. No. 16 in original condition with Tuscan porch. No. 14 entirely altered, with modern windows.
SU474293:Wall and Railings:Frontage of Nos. 12 and 12A. Red brick plinth with iron spearhead railings.
SU474293:Wall and Railings:Frontage of Nos. 14 and 16. Red brick with iron spearhead railings.
SU474293:Wall and Railings:West Hill Cemetery fronting St. James' Lane and Sparkford Road. Red brick piers with stone caps. Wrought iron railings and gates. Centred on grid reference.
SU474295:Building:No. 39. 2-storeys. Hipped slate roof behind parapet. Rendered. Architrave surrounds to sash windows. Central Roman-Doric porch with semi-circular pediment. Door with side-lights. Iron railings.
SU474295:Wall:Close to Romsey Road junction. Retaining wall of flint and brick. Behind are mature trees in the grounds of the Police Headquarters.
SU474296:Cottage:No. 6. 2 storeys, double-fronted red brick cottage. Slate roof with two chimneys. Sash windows, and one blank above central door. Later timber porch.
SU474296:House:No. 10. 2 storeys. Rendered, grooved on the ground floor. Cornice and first floor band. Hipped slate roof. Plain projecting central porch.
SU474296:House:No. 5. 2 storeys, with gable-end to street. Slate roof with decorated bargeboards. Stucco with stucco string course. 12-pane sash windows with moulded surrounds. New porch and door.
SU474296:Houses:Nos. 1 1 - 1 4. Osborne Place. Built circa 1860 for army officers. 3-storey. Yellow brick and rusticated stucco. Slate roofs. Flat top porches, ground and first floor windows, with cast iron cill railings. Some cast iron gutter brackets with faces. Centrally placed stone plaque 'Osborne Place'.</