Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 285 - Tichbourne

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
C.18
Church Cottage. 2 storeys. Chequer brick, old tile roof, flanking chimneys, dated 1729 in brickwork. Priests' hole in chimney. Reputedly an underground passage. Building possibly of earlier date.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 570 302
2632 07
Cottage
C.18
Yew Tree. 2 storeys, chequer brick, old tile roof. Modernised.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 570 303
2632 13
Farmhouse
C.18
Sevington Manor Farmhouse. Stucco, with old tile roof. 2 storeys and attic, lower wing to right. C.18 front to older building. Mullioned windows have been cement rendered. The original Cheriton Manor, and fishing lodge of the Norman bishops of Winchester. The Courts Leat of the bishops of the Manor of Cheriton with the sub-manors of Tichborne and Beauworth were held here.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 575 296
2632 18
House
C.18
The Old Rectory. (Previously called The Parsonage). The part to right of south front of brick with tile- hung upper part and thatch roof. The part of the house to left of flint with brick dressings and lower thatch roof hipped at left end.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 570 303
2632 14
Farmhouse
C.18
Godwin's Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic, brick first floor. String course, old tile roof.     SU 572 306
2632 20
Manor
C.18/19
Tichborne House. South east front 2 storeys, colourwashed brick, hipped slate roof. 7 bay front, ground floor windows in arched recesses. Central Greek Doric portico with four columns and triglyph entablature. The three central bays slightly recessed. North west front contains wall of original house but with C.18 piercing. 2 storey and attic with stucco facade. Old tile roof. Six bays with three dormers. Projecting chapel wing to right. Of early C.19 date with castellated front and small tower at left corner. Arched entry with small semi circular window to the right. North east wall looking onto courtyard shows mediaeval stonework at ground level.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 573 303
2632 01
Cottages
C.19
Rose Cottage and Grange Cottage. 2 storeys, brick, thatch roof with tile verge. The central portion of each cottage is pre-C.19, as the exposed beams and far from vertical walls testify. An inglenook 231/2in. in depth in Rose Cottage shows traces of a bread oven. Inglenook matched by one in Grange Cottage. Originally four cottages, now converted into two.     T. C.P. Act
SU 570 303
2632 10
Dairy
Home Farm. Circular plan. Thatched roof. Internally, rough hewn pillars support roof. Tiled floor. Plastered and tiled walls. Coloured glass windows. Externally, roof supported by posts extends over cobbled walk which surrounds building.     SU 573 305
2632 36
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