Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 138 - Hursley

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Pitt Vale Farmhouse, Pitt. Brick. Flat eaves. Hipped slate roof. 3-bay front. Windows have Venetian shutters. Half-glazed central door in arched brick porch.     SU 450 281
2618 61
Estate Cottages
The White Cottage, Pitt. Stuccoed brick. Hipped thatch roof swept down over weatherboard sheds at each end.     SU 450 280
2618 19
Shawlands Farm, Upper Sharland. Brick. Flat eaves, Hipped slate roof. Road front 3-bay with central door.     SU 437 254
2618 34
Lodge (Site)
Merdon Castle Lodge, Hursley Park. 1830/40. 1 storey and attic. Log cabin design with shingle roof, gabled each end. Demolished.     SU 422 265
2618 54
No. 30, Hursley. Brick with offset eaves. Old tile roof. Upper part tile-hung and oversailing. Picturesque.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 428 254
2618 57
Farmhouse (Site)
Longmoor Farm. Demolished 1975. Old dairy retained and restored. House wall has become kitchen garden wall. House built on new site nearby incorporates architectural features of original house. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p.421.     SU 439 232
2618 31
All Saints Church. Stone. Rebuilt C.19 by Heathcote family in conjunction with John Kebie, the vicar from 1836 to 1866. Monument to Cromwell family in church, including Richard Cromwell who is buried there. He is said to have planted lime trees in the churchyard, which are so visually important to the village. Tower Mediaeval. Spire demolished 1959. O.S.A. No. SU42 NW (M) 3. Ref: J. Keble's Parishes (Yonge), Ch. 10.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 427 252
2618 02
The Chapel, Pitt. Brick. Built by Miss C. M. Yonge, 1858. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p. 418.     SU 451 280
2618 20
Barn and Granary
Field House, Hursley. Barn with half-hipped clay tile roof. Oak frame with weatherboard exterior. Queen-strut roof. Cart entry with hipped roof. Weatherboard granary with clay tile roof. Four by three staddle stones.     SU 432 235
2618 30A
Well Head
In garden of Red House, Ladwell. Inscribed with a warning. Possibly the 'Lady Well' of Ladwell.     SU 427 237
2618 08
In centre of village. Single storey red brick walls. Tiled roof with half-hipped gable end. Two brick chimneys. Stable door. Small pane casement windows with cambered brick arches.     C.A.
SU 428 253
2618 72
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