Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 77 - Crawley

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Manor
C.17
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).     T. & C.P. Act
SU 395 327
2612 03
Cottage
C.17
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).     C.A.
SU 430 346
2612 12
House
C.17
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).     C.A.
SU 424 379
2612 04
House
C.17/18
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).     C.A.
SU 428 347
2612 07
Cottage
C.17/18
Yew Tree Cottage. Timber-framed with colour- washed brick infill. Half-hipped thatch roof on two levels. Formerly two cottages. Modernised.     C.A.
SU 429 347
2612 09
House
C.18
The Old Thatch. Brick and flint in horizontal bands. Hipped thatch roof. Three 3-light windows with modern leaded casements.     C.A.
SU 429 347
2612 08
Cottage
C.18
Glenbuck. One dwelling made from two semi- detached thatched cottages. Brick structure. Hipped thatch roof swept down between upper windows.     C.A.
SU 425 348
2612 05
Cottage
C.18
Pond Cottage. Brick, upper part timber-framed with brick infilling. Half-hipped thatch roof swept over upper windows.     C.A.
SU 430 346
2612 10
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