Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 53 - Colden Common

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Trees
Brambridge House. Double avenue of lime trees leading to the house. Dating at least from Napoleonic times, when they were pollarded.     T.P.O. No. 6
SU 472 221
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Sarsen Stone No. 37A
In valley gravel between Highbridge and Brambridge.     SU 470 210
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Sarsen Stones No. 18D
Three stones located at The Dell. Many smaller stones also found.     SU 481 227
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Sarsen Stones No. 18C
Two stones excavated in garden.     SU 475 225
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Sarsen Stone No. 18A
Excavated from the Malthouse. Now a garden ornament.     SU 479 227
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Trees
In an area known as The Dell, Main Road.     T.P.O. No. 574
SU 480 228
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Pond
Fisher's Pond. A freshwater pond which provides a good habitat for birds. Situated east of the A333. Centred on grid reference.     SU 490 210
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Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Bronze Age
Flat Axe
Lords Wood, Brambridge. Middle Bronze Age founders hoard. O.S.A. No. SU42 SE29.     SU 470 210
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Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
House
C.16/17
King Charles Cottage, Main Road. 2 storeys, timber frame and brick infilling. The thatch roof was replaced with tiles in 1963. About 1900 two cottages and a barn were joined to form this house. Ref: 1. Hampshire Magazine, April 1967. Ref: 2. Historical Novels by Jean Plaidy.     SU 479 226
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House
C.17
Hill's Farm, Bishopstoke Road. 2 storeys, brick structure, hipped old tile roof. Interior, wattle and daub in parts. Formerly church property, the farm bailiff lived here and was responsible to the church for the land and produce. The house was altered and renovated in the early 1960's.     SU 475 214
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Farm House
C.17
Kennel House, Hesting Lane, Fisher's Pond. 2 storeys, L-shaped, timber frame with brick infilling, old tile roof. Thought to be original kennels to Marwell Hall.     SU 494 219
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