Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
St. Swithun's Church. Saxon, with later additions and alterations. Saxon nave and chancel. West end of original church had a great sculptured rood on the outside wall - now defaced. Upper floor had an altar just below the rood but it and the floor have disappeared. Tower Early English. Perpendicular roof at nave. C.13 wooden pulpit. Foundations at water table. O.S.A. No. SU43 SE2. Ref: Saxon Architecture and Sculpture in Hampshire, (Green and Green). pp.17-19.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 487 319
2615 01
Pudding House. Brick and timber frame with old tile roof. Largely refronted C.18. Original front'has two sash windows and 6-panelled central door in good condition.     SU 489 320
2615 09
The Old Rectory. Formerly three cottages, timber-framed, brick infilling. Gabled old tile roof with large brick chimney on north end. Until 1967owned by the Parish Council. Recently extensively renovated.     SU 485 322
2615 08
Upper Farmhouse. Alternate bands of brick and flint, stone quoins on some stone walling at east end. First floor string course. Old tile roof half-hipped at east end. Chimneys with offset heads. Said to have been a house on site since C.11.     SU 482 324
2615 05
Lower Farmhouse. Brick. Hipped old tile roof carried down at east end. Four upper light mullioned and transomed windows and one 2-light casement on north front. Interior of interest, some restoration and limited modernisation.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 486 321
2615 02
60 yds. north of Upper Farmhouse. Large barn of nine bays. Weatherboarded. Old tile roof.     SU 482 324
2615 06
Manor House
The Manor House. Brick and tile. Two C.19 dormer windows. Alterations and additions with extensions at back.     SU 484 322
2615 03
60 yds. west north west of Pudding House Farmhouse. Flint and brick in bands. Rethatched roof, half-hipped at east end, hipped at west end.     SU 488 320
2615 07
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