Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 297 - Twyford

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
C.18
Twyford Lodge, Church Lane. 2 storeys, colourwashed brick, with slate roof. West front of three bays, south end has angular bay whole height with C.19 wrought iron first floor balcony on brackets with concave curved roof. Views of Itchen Valley to west.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 480 254
2633 04
House
C.18/19
Bridge House, Queen Street. 2 storeys and attic. Stucco. Hipped slate roof. Lower extension to west. Cedar trees in front of house.     SU 477 246
2633 123
Cottages
C.18/19
South side of Queens Street. Brick structure, some colourwashed, mainly tiled roofs. Form part of viIlage street scene.     SU 479 244
2633 65
Cottages
C.18/19
North side of Queens Street. Brick structure, old tiled roofs. Form part of village street scene.     SU 479 244
2633 64
Building
C.19
Midland Bank, High Street. Original building demolished, new building roofed with old tiles to blend with street scene.     SU 480 244
2633 18
Cottage
C.19
Granary Cottage, Queen Street. 2-storey, brick structure, old tile roof. 3-bay front with brick Gothic porch of later date.     SU 479 244
2633 23
House
C.19
Hermitage, High Street. 2 storeys, brick structure, flat eaves, hipped slate roof. Originally farmhouse with Georgian type front.     SU 480 242
2633 22
House
C.19
Brewery House, High Street. Brick structure, hipped slate roof. 2 storeys with entrance on south side under lattice porch.     SU 480 243
2633 21
Cottages
C.19
110 yds. north east of Twyford Lodge. 2 storeys, colourwashed brick, flat eaves, hipped slate roof.     SU 481 255
2633 13
Cottages (4)
C.19
Bridge Cottages, 50 yds. south of Norris Bridge. 2 storeys, brick with dentil eaves, hipped old tile roof. Internally modernised.     SU 477 246
2633 32
Dwellings (3)
C.19
Brewery Lane. Brick structure with slate roofs. Converted from old malthouses.     SU 479 243
2633 58
Church
C.19
St. Mary's. Originally transitional Norman. Rebuilt 1878 by G. A. Waterhouse, incorporating C.12 nave arcades, font and wall monuments. Outer fabric of knapped flint with brick bands.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 481 250
2633 01
Buildings
C.19
Sunnyside, High Street. Stables, cartshed and wall. Built of knapped flint with brick bands. Asbestos roof does not detract from appearance, originally thatched. Wall brick, banded flint.     SU 480 243
2633 59
Building
C.19
Builders Shed, Hazeley Road. Was the first village schoolroom, erected 1834. Slate roof. Not out- standing architecturally, but of historical interest.     SU 482 246
2633 73
Norris's Bridge
C.19
Shawford Road, over River ltchen. Iron balustrades, brick piers, built 1891 to replace 1750 bridge. Old ford is west of bridge upstream.     SU 477 246
2633 33
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