Hampshire Treasures

Volume 4 ( Winchester)

Page 31 - St Barnabas

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group 2 - Natural Features
Trees
East side of Andover Road. Avenue of beech and sycamore, following line of road.     SU 475 308
1501 08
Trees
On frontage of Mountbatten Court, Andover Road and on opposite side of road. Mixed coniferous and deciduous trees.     T.P.O. No. 20
SU 473 313
1501 23
Trees
East side of Stockbridge Road, near junction with Bereweeke Road. Varieties of both coniferous and deciduous trees.     T.P.O. No. 20
SU 470 302
1501 24
Trees
East side of Stockbridge Road.     T.P.O. No. 20
SU 468 303
1501 25
Tree
East side of Stockbridge Road, near St. Matthew's Church. Fine cedar close to the road.     SU 467 304
1501 22
Pond
Stockbridge Road, adjoining old church. Solid white iron rails along pavement. Background of privet, may and two fine sycamores.     SU 467 305
1501 09
Trees
Ruffield House, Stockbridge Road. Beech trees.     T.P.O. No. 47
SU 463 309
1501 04
Group 3 - Man-made Features
Andover Road (east side)
Milestone
5m. north of Park Road junction. Limestone block marked Winchester 1 mile to the Buttercross.     SU 475 308
1501 06
Andover Road (west side)
Boundary Stone
C.20
Junction with footpath, south of Berwick House. Composite stone, dated 1932, bears City Arms.     SU 472 313
1501 05
Flats
C.20
Mountbatten Court. Development by the British Legion. Red brick with red tile roofs. Picture windows. Mature trees in the grounds. Officially opened by Prince Charles, accompanied by Lord Mountbatten, on the 25th June 1977.     SU 472 312
1501 20
Bereweeke Road (south side)
Building
Peter Symonds College. Original block of red brick with stone dressings. Three gables with stone ball finials. Tiled roof. Stone crests in gables.     SU 476 303
1501 26
Boscobel Road (north side)
Dwellings
Nos. 1-7 (consec.) David Murray Homes. Red brick with slate roofs. Continuous roof over ground floor bay and porch. Modern aluminium-framed windows. Handrail to each doorway. Plaque states 'Endowed by David Kenneth Murray' beside a carving of his head.     SU 476 304
1501 12
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