Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 60 - Compton

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
C.17
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.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 470 256
2611 03
House
C.17
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.     SU 462 258
2611 04
House
C.17
Cherrycroft, Compton Street. Brick structure with tile roof.     SU 468 256
2611 35
Barn
C.18
Parsonage Barn, Compton Street. Timber structure with a hipped thatched roof. Inside, side aisles and Queen-post roof. Cart doors either side.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 465 257
2611 38
Cottage
C.18
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.     SU 469 256
2611 06
Hotel
C.18
Bridge Hotel, Shawford. Rendered brick construction with old tile roof. Once a Post-house for barge horses.     SU 473 249
2611 34
House
C.18
The Red House, Compton. Built as a rectory. 2-storey brick building with old tile roof. Interior may be of interest. Walled garden.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 467 256
2611 02
Cottage
C.19
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.     SU 469 256
2611 07
Cottage
C.19
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.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 446 246
2611 52
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.     SU 470 257
2611 10
Cottage
Yew Tree Cottage, Compton Street. Brick and flint structure with old tile roof.     SU 463 259
2611 39
Viaduct
Shawford Viaduct. The longest railway viaduct in the county. The red brick structure is 2014ft. long and 40ft. high.     SU 477 266
2611 53
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