Hampshire Treasures

Volume 2 ( Basingstoke and Deane)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Farm Buildings
C.18
Barn and stable north of Priory Farmhouse, Andwell. Long block continuing line of barn north-west of farmhouse, weather-boarding with tiled roof.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 688 526
1812 53
Inn
C.18
Kings Head, Hatch. 2 storeys and attic. Colour- washed brick. Moulded and dentil brick eaves. Old tile roof - relaid. Long front of three central bays and two flanking half-hipped gables, each with two bays. Back of building, tile hung and irregular.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 675 521
1812 14
Cottage
C.18
Manor Farm Cottage. Brick structure with timber- framed north-west wall. Some later additions possibly C.19. Gabled and hipped tiled roof. 2 storeys. Dormer windows. Flat-topped open porch.     SU 687 513
1812 36
Bridge
C.18
Slades Bridge, Heather Lane, Up Nately. Hump- backed, single arch, brick structure. Spanning the Basingstoke Canal. Built circa 1790.     C.A.
SU 702 522
1812 47
Bridge
C.18
Eastrop Bridge, Heather Row Lane, Up Nately. Single arch, brick built bridge over Basingstoke Canal. Built circa 1794. In good condition apart from parapet.     C.A.
SU 705 520
1812 48
Bridge
C.18
Brick-kiln Bridge, Blackstock Lane, Up Nately. Single arch, hump-backed brick bridge over Basingstoke Canal. Built circa 1794.     C.A.
SU 698 521
1812 49
Tunnel (Canal)
C.18
The Long (Greywell) Tunnel, Up Nately. Begun 1788, completed 1794. 1,230 yds. long. Bargees propelled boats along by lying on their backs and walking the brick walls.     C.A.
SU 708 518
1812 42
House
C.19
The Chapel' House. Originally Congregational chapel. Brick structure. Last used for worship 1930.     SU 684 516
1812 24
Stables
Old Webbs Farm. Brick and flint lower walls, weather boarding above. Loft over.     SU 684 515
1812 67
Wagon Shed
Old Webbs Farm. Old timber supports under modern corrugated asbestos roof.     SU 684 515
1812 69
Barn
Old Webbs Farm. Old timber frame resting on mill stones. Weather-boarding exterior with corrugated asbestos roof.     SU 684 515
1812 68
Barn
Grays or Garys Farm. Weatherboard on flint and brick base. Thatched roof. Interior oak beams pegged together with wooded nails.     SU 684 509
1812 58
Cottage
Elm Cottage. 2 storeys. South wall part flint and mortar, part brick. Other walls brick. Old tile roof. Believed to be 400 years old.     SU 685 510
1812 59
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