Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 59 - Compton

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Roman Road
Running south from Winchester.     SU 463 238
2611 44
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.     SU 464 241
2611 45
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
Church
C.12
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     T. & C.P. Act
SU 467 256
2611 01
Farmhouse
C.13
New Barn Farmhouse, Shepherd's Lane, Compton. Brick structure with old tile roof, wood eaves and flanking chimneys. Leaded attic casements in gable ends.     SU 458 248
2611 11
House
C.13
Compton Place, Place Lane, Compton. Tudor wall and archway are the only remains of a house first inhabited in 1250.     SU 474 255
2611 40
Barn
C.17
Silkstead Lane. Situated immediately south east of Upper Silkstead Farmhouse. Five bays. Queen-post trusses with aisles. Hipped corrugated iron roof, originally thatched.     SU 447 246
2611 13
Cottages
C.17
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.     SU 465 258
2611 05
Cottage
C.17
Church Cottage, Carman's Lane, Compton. Brick structure with tile roof.     SU 468 256
2611 37
Cottage
C.17
The Cottage, Carman's Lane, Compton. Brick construction. Formerly two cottages.     SU 467 256
2611 36
Cottages (2)
C.17/18
Place Lane, Compton. Situated opposite the Manor House. 2-storey brick cottages with hipped old tile roofs. Irregular casement windows, some leaded.     SU 470 256
2611 08
Farmhouse
C.17
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.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 446 246
2611 12
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