Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 160 - Itchen Valley

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Bath House
Avington Park. 1-storey building in colourwashed brick. Hipped slate roof with wide eaves supported on posts on three sides.     SU 524 322
2620 39
Conservatories and Bridges
Avington Park. Cast iron bridge. Wood and cast iron conservatories. Original conservatory built by James Mould. Rebuilt by Robert Paxton after fire of 1830.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 532 323
2620 29
Cottage (Site)
ltchen Lodge Cottage, 1tchen Abbas. 2 storeys in Roman cementwith string course at first floor cill level. Flat eaves and hipped slate roof. Treasure destroyed in 1950. Modern house now on site.     SU 533 329
2620 53
Worthy Park House, Worthy Park. Designed by Smirke in 1820, for Sir Charles Ogle. 2 storeys with attic extension at each end. Stucco, string course at first floor cill level. Slate roof. Interior may be of interest. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p.326.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 501 329
2620 23
Lodge, Avington Park. Colourwashed brick. Hipped, slate roof carried down to west. Wide eaves to east, south and north supported on trellis arches.     SU 536 324
2620 38
Stable Block
Avington Park. Brick structure with old tile roof. Offset brick eaves. Now converted into a private house.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 531 322
2620 30
Garden House
Martyr Worthy Minor. Rectangular brick and stone structure, with hipped old tile roof. Formerly the Gardener's Lodge to Martyr Worthy Place.     SU 517 329
2620 21
Churchyard of St. John the Baptist Church, ltchen Abbas. Grave of the last man to be hanged for horse stealing - John Hughes, 1825, aged 26.     SU 534 327
2620 60
Adjoins Mill Cottage, Chilland. Brick and weather- board structure. Water turbine drives generator.     SU 523 326
2620 106
Wind Pump
ltchen Down. Recently renovated, and in good working order. Metal wind vanes, with wind direction plate at opposite end. Supported on metal girders. Stands on high ground overlooking Itchen Valley beside an old sheep drove.     SU 545 351
2620 108
Group F - Historical or Literary Associations
Historic Site
Site of a First World War military camp on farmland. North of A31 about half-a-mile east of the New Inn. Now only visible as crop marks.     SU 527 297
2620 57
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