Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 324 - Wickham

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Post Norman
Manor House (Site)
Several ditches and gullies predate earliest buildings. Rectangular aisled hall of flint and mortar built in C.12. Limestone door and window dressings. Earth or clay floor around tiled hearth. Two ranges of rooms bounded a courtyard or garden. Large V-shaped moat recut and lined with wood in C.16. Buildings demolished mid C.17 and site reused for Place House. Ref: Winchester District Archaeologist, 1977.     SU 575 113
1917 68
House (Site)
Place House. Mentioned 1086. Manor house of Wickham pulled down circa 1780. Tudor brick and tiles still on site.     SU 575 113
1917 55
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
Farmhouse
C.15
Great Funtley Farmhouse. Timber-framed continuous Jetty House. Originally four rooms up and four down. Contemporary outshot at rear. Inside, many massive beams with champher and stop. Close studding and brick nogging remains at south west corner. Two original chimneys, one central with two flues, the other at south west end, with rooms added either side of it. First floor windows have diamond shaped leaded panes.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 553 090
1917 38
House
C.16
7, Bridge Street. Timber-framed house with jettied second storey. Purlin and windbrace roof. Probably in C.18 the wattle and daub outer walls were replaced by red brick with grey headers. Later converted into three cottages Nos. 5, 6 and 7 Bridge Street, and extended by 7ft. By 1968 house restored almost to its original proportions. Timber frame exposed internally. Faulty brick-work cement rendered and painted. Ref: Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.655.     T. & C.P. Act
C.A.
SU 573 115
1917 11A
Farmhouse
C.17
Northfield Farmhouse, Mill Lane. Tiled roof. The front stuccoed, the sides red brick. Doorway with flat hood over.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 578 124
1917 41
House
C.17
Queen's Lodge, 1-2, Bridge Street. Half-hipped tiled roof. Red brick, central west bay flanked by tall Ionic pilasters supporting a modillion cornice. Insurance plaque on wall. Doorway at head of four steps. Ref: The Buildings of England; Hants. and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.655.     T. & C.P. Act
C.A.
SU 573 115
1917 12A
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