Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 147 - Itchen Stoke and Ovington

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Mill House
C.18
ltchen Stoke Mill. 2-storey building in colour- washed brick with old tile roof. Mill extension to right. Also granary, and flint and brick barn. O.S.A. No. SU53 SE (M).     SU 563 318
2619 18
Inn
C.18
Bush Inn, Ovington. Built near ford over River ltchen. Colourwashed brick, old tile roof and flanking chimneys. 3-bay. South front with 4-pane sashes and central door in modern porch.     SU 561 318
2619 20
Cottage
C.19
Situated opposite Ovington Park Farm. 2- storey brick cottage with old tile roof and flanking chimneys. 3-light segmental headed casement windows with Gothic glazing.     SU 560 316
2619 44
Cottages
C.19
Former schoolhouse, ltchen Stoke. 2 storeys. Built of unknapped flint with central rustic flint chimney. Roof part thatch. Part old tile. Now two cottages.     SU 558 323
2619 11
Church
C.19
St. Mary's Church, Itchen Stoke. Built in French manner. Aisle-less nave with polygonal, gabled sanctuary. Stone structure. Steep roof of patterned slates with iron cresting. Now in care of Redundant Churches Committee. Ref: Itchen Stoke, a Small Parish in the Upper Itchen Valley, Hampshire, (Sanderson).     T. & C.P. Act
SU 559 324
2619 45
Cottages
145, 146, ltchen Stoke. Originally one cottage. Flint and brick additions were made at either end and the cottage divided into two. Timber frame and thatched roof.     SU 557 324
2619 14
Cottage
Evenlode, ltchen Stoke. Timber-framed cottage with thatched roof. Situated on the main road (B3047), it is sited within an old chalk pit. Attractive yew hedge forms frontage to the house along the B3047.     SU 556 324
2619 15
Farmhouse
ltchen Stoke Manor Farmhouse. Brick construction with slate roof. Formerly three cottages. It has an interesting and unusual facade.     SU 563 324
2619 10
Farmhouse
Ovington Down Farmhouse. Brick and flint construction with tile roof. Possibly over 200 years old.     SU 554 288
2619 25
Bridge
Bridge over River ltchen at ltchen Stoke Mill. It has three brick arches and a solid parapet.     SU 563 317
2619 19
Group E - Street Patterns, Street Furniture and Open Spaces
Abbotstone Down
The B3046 from Old Alresford to Swarraton runs through the Down. It consists largely of natural downland and scrub, County Open Space. Examples of downland flora and fauna.     N.P. Act
C.O.S.
SU 589 361
2619 02
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