Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 146 - Itchen Stoke and Ovington

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Cottages
C.17
No. 138, 139, ltchen Stoke. 2-storey timber- framed cottages with colourwashed brick infilling. Hipped thatch roof carried down over weather boarded shed at north end. Ref: Hampshire Record Offices, Winchester College Leases.     SU 556 323
2619 17
Cottage
C.17
No. 140, ltchen Stoke. 2-storey timber-framed cottage with brick and plaster infilling. The thatched roof is half-hipped at south east end. Recently renovated. Ref: Hampshire Records Office, Winchester College Leases.     SU 556 323
2619 16
Cottage
C.17
Yew Tree Cottage, 150, ltchen Stoke. Formerly three cottages. Extensive alterations since 1940. Timber-framed with brick and plaster infilling. Thatched roof. Irregular casement windows and door.     SU 557 323
2619 13
Cottage
C.17
Situated 120 yds. south of the Bush Inn, Ovington. 1 storey and attic. Timber-framed building with brick infilling. Thatched roof.     SU 561 317
2619 46
Cottage
C.17/18
Yew Tree Cottage, Ovington. 2-storey timber- framed building with brick infilling. Tiled roof. Irregular. Formerly used as Post Office.     SU 560 317
2619 21
Farmhouse
C.17/18
Abbotstone Farmhouse. 2-storey brick building with a hipped, slate roof. South front has four C.19 casements and a door under a lattice porch. Farm adjoins site of Abbotstone House. Destroyed by Duke of Bolton in C.18 who transferred some fittings and panelling to another house. In C.16 house belonged to 1st Marquis of Winchester. Ref: Hampshire Records Office, Henry Whitear's Lease - 1745. Bolton Papers.     SU 564 348
2619 03
Cottage
C.18
Woodbine Cottage, Ovington. Reputed to be the oldest cottage in village. 2-storey, brick structure with old tile roof. Dentil eaves and flanking chimneys. Two 3-light headed casement windows.     SU 560 315
2619 23
House
C.18
Stoke Manor, ltchen Stoke. Colourwashed bay with slate roof. Moulded cornice. 5-bay south east front, the three centre bays slightly projecting. Interior may be of interest.     SU 563 324
2619 43
House
C.18
Ovington House, Ovington. Brick construction with a hipped, old tile roof. Small string cornice. Interior may be of interest. The building was extensively altered in the 1920's.     SU 560 314
2619 42
House
The Old Rectory, Ovington. Altered C. 19. 2-storey, stucco construction with brick dentil eaves and hipped slate roof. Three upper 3-light sashes with panelled pilasters between.     SU 560 316
2619 22
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