Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 135 - Hursley

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Manor House (Site)
C.16
Probable home of St. John family. O.S.A. No. SU32 NE6. Ref: The Lost Villages of England, (Beresford), , p.352.     SU 397 274
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Group of Cottages
C.16
97, 97A, 98A, Hursley. Timber-framed with infilling. Cemented. Old tile roof. Upper part oversails on beam ends and brackets. 97 and 97A were originally one house. 97 formerly the saddler's shop, has a hanging shutter which was used as a counter in former times. A typical mediaeval shop front.     T. & C.P. Act
C.A.
SU 428 251
2618 05
House
C.16
Field House, near Hursley. Thin-brick structure on flint footings. Some tile hanging. Clay tile roof. Much altered and enlarged. Main part of C.18 appearance. East wing 1910. Cluster of rebuilt diamond chimneys. Interior has Tudor stone fireplace, linenfold panelled door and studded oak door.     SU 432 235
2618 30
House
C.16/17
Field House, Pitt. Timber-framed with brick infill, herringbone at top. Half -hipped thatch roof. North east gable has flintwork. Upper part oversails.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 450 280
2618 18
Pair of Cottages
C.17
Wayside Oddicombe, Pitt. 60 yds. south east of church. Part 2-storey, part 1 -storey and attic. Part timber frame and brick, remainder brick. South east gable oversails and is tilehung with shaped tiles. Thatch roof. Picturesque, on important corner site. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p.418.     SU 451 279
2618 17
Cottage
C.17
No. 42, Hursley. Brick, part timber-frame. Slate roof. Distinctive chimneys. C.19 additions.     C.A.
SU 428 253
2618 25
Cottage
C.17/18
Berry Down House. Immediately east of Farley Church. L-shaped. Brick and old tile roof. Clustered chimney of square shafts with offset heads in centre.     SU 393 274
2618 59
House
C.18
Hursley House. Considerable modern alteration and addition. Brick with stone quoins and dres- sings, moulded ground floor string course. Modern slate roof with dormers. Carved oak panelling from New Hall, Winchester College, temporarily stored there during restoration of college chapel. Was home of Richard Cromwell, though Old Manor stood on lawn opposite south front of house. Now offices and labs. of I.B.M. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW7. Ref: 1. V.C.H., Vol. 3, p.417. Ref: 2. History of Hursley (Marsh), pp.5-23. Ref: 3. J. Keeble's Parishes (Yonge), Ch. 7. Ref: 4. Country Life, Dec. 1902, (with photos).     T. & C.P. Act
SU 422 254
2618 11
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