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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Inn
C.17
Phoenix Inn, Phoenix Green. Brick structure. Rebuilt at the end of the C.18 and much altered in the C.19. Parts of the inside may date from the C.17. Ref: 1. The Old Village of Hartley Wintney, 1970, (Gorsky), p.30. Ref: 2. O.S. Maps 1796, 1817. Ref: 3. Tithe Map 1843.     SU 759 557
2007 168
Cottage
C.17
Fern Cottage. Central section timber-framed with brick infilling. Left hand side rebuilt in the C.18 and right hand end added in the C.20. Ref: 1. The Old Villlage of Hartley Wintney, 1970, (Gorsky), p.16. Ref: 2. O.S. Map 1796. Ref: 3. Tithe Map 1843.     C.A.
SU 769 574
2007 31
Church
C.17
St. Mary, Elvetham. Flint with stone dressings, Norman style. Slate roof. Stone spire with angels projecting from base. Originally built 1638, rebuilt 1839. Tombstones from 1625. Two early C.18 busts - Calthorpe armorial tablets. O.S.A. No. SU75 NE(M)6. Ref: 1. Church Register. Ref: 2. Tithe Map 1839. Ref: 3. The Old Village of Hartley Wintney, (Gorsky), pp.54, 55.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 782 564
2007 140
Cottage
C.17/18
Fiveways, (No. 1 Street End). Timber box frame construction with painted brick front. Old tile roof, hipped at one end. At rear, roof descends to top of ground floor. Dormer windows wholly in roof. Casement windows. Modern additions at rear with flat roof. Formerly cottages, now one dwelling. Ref: Tithe Map 1839.     SU 789 559
2007 152
Farm House
C.17/18
Hare's Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic. Brick structure. Old tiled roof with three hipped dormers. Gable ends have brick coping. Flanking chimneys. 5-bay front with 3-panel central door. Mullioned and transomed windows with C.19 lights. Ref: The Old Village of Hartley Wintney, (Gorsky), p.15.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 769 577
2007 34
Farm House and Barns
C.17/18
Church House Farm. Brick with some timber- framing. Old tiled roofs. Rare 1820 Protector Company Firemark. Built on site of mediaeval manor, tithe barn and priest's house.     SU 767 557
2007 164
Farm and Outbuildings
C.17/18
Taplins Farm. Timber-framed and brick structures. Small 5-bay barn. C.18 granary and threshing floor. Ref: 1. The Old Village of Hartley Wintney, 1970, (Gorsky), pp.49, 50. Ref: 2. O.S. Maps 1759, 1796, 1817, 1843.     SU 767 553
2007 161
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