Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Memorial Plaque
C.16
St. Mary's Church, Easton. Memorial, set up in 1595, to Agatha, wife of Bishop Barlow of Chichester. Each of her five daughters became the wife of a bishop. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, Part 28, (Fawley Hundred), pp.317-319.     T. & C.P. Act
C.A.
SU 509 322
2620 59
House
C.16/17
Dymoke House, Easton. Colourwashed brick. East, south and west walls stone. Hipped old tile roof. C.18 additions, and wood panelling possibly from Easton Manor demolished in C.17. Owner has placed stone at front door giving history of house.     C.A.
SU 509 321
2620 03
Cottages (2)
C.17
Avington. Situated immediately north of Nos. 1-7. 2-storey timber-framed cottages with brick and colourwashed brick. Smaller eastern one has a hipped, thatched roof. Irregular openings.     SU 521 321
2620 95
Cottage
C.17
Goff's Oak, Easton. 1 -storey and attic, timber- framed cottage. Brick and plaster infilling. Thatched roof. One of a group of three cottages with Lee and Vine Cottages.     C.A.
SU 513 322
2620 11
Cottage
C.17
Lee Cottage, Easton. Centre cottage of the group of three (Goff's Oak, Lee and Vine Cottages). Timber-framed building with colourwashed brick and plaster infilling. Thatched roof.     C.A.
SU 513 322
2620 12
Cottage
C.17
Vine Cottage, Easton. Colourwashed brick in timber frame. Thatched roof, irregular windows and ledged door. Adjoins Goff's Oak and Lee Cottages.     C.A.
SU 513 322
2620 13
Cottage
C.17
Dymoke Cottage, Easton. 2-storey, timber-framed cottage. Brick infilling, thatched roof. Irregular style. Much modernisation has taken place.     C.A.
SU 509 321
2620 05
Cottage
C.17
Homer Cottage, Easton. Timber-framed cottage with brick infilling. Thatched roof.     C.A.
SU 512 320
2620 54
Cottage
C.17
Hornton Cottage, Martyr Worthy. 2 storeys. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Original thatch roof destroyed in fire in 1958 and thus superseded by tile roof. Irregular windows and doors. Ref: Martyr Worthy Parish Register - 1765.     SU 516 326
2620 19
Cottage
C.17
Tumble Down, Martyr Worthy. 2-storey, timber- framed building with brick infilling. Thatched until 1962, when it was converted from three cottages to one. Irregular style. Ref: 1. Martyr Worthy Parish Register 1765. Ref: 2. English Village Homes, Batsford 1936 and 1947, (Jones), Plate 15.     SU 515 326
2620 18
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