Hampshire Treasures

Volume 5 ( New Forest)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Cottages (3)
C.19
Adjoining Hayters Garage, Brookley Road. Originally four cottages. Old brick and cob structure. Tiled roof. Sash windows. Modern C.20 addition on garage side.     SU 299 023
2204 02
Gatehouse
C.19
North Lodge, Brockenhurst Park. Brick structure very ornate in chateau style. Morant arms in centre above archway. Living quarters on right hand side, and over gateway. Designed by A. Waterhouse.     SU 305 021
2204 51
Cottage
C.19
Field Head, Grigg Lane. Originally a pair, now converted, into one dwelling. Colour- washed brick. Slate roof with two gables. Iron-framed casement windows.     SU 301 025
2204 126
House
C.20
Latchmoor House. Pebble dash, timber-framed. Thatched roof. Gatehouse, and stabling in the same style. Built 1911. Extended 1936. Many unusual and attractive features.     N.P. Act
S.S.S.I.
SU 298 004
2204 48
House
C.20
Black Knoll House. Large Edwardian house. Red brick with tiled roof, built about 1900. Solid walls three bricks thick. Same architect as Chequers (Prime Minister's house).     SU 291 023
2204 49
House
Green Lodge. Mill Lane. Brick structure, part timber-framed.     SU 311 024
2204 115
House
Little Brockley, Rhinefield Road. Old brick house. Elliptical-headed windows.     SU 296 023
2204 116
Cottage
Reads, Rhinefield Road. Small compact house. Apparently dating from the C.18 or earlier.     SU 296 024
2204 110
Cottage
Reynolds, Mill Lane. Small Georgian house. T-shaped. Fine door-head.     SU 304 021
2204 112
Cottage
Thurstons. Mill Lane. Small brick house. Mid Victorian restorations.     SU 303 022
2204 114
Cottage
Brook, Rhinefield Road. Regency house. Long fronted with Gothic heads to small-paned windows. Timber porch in Chinese style.     SU 296 023
2204 117
Building
Marlpool. 100 yds. south of the level crossing on the Lymington Road. A gentlemans residence of the late C.18 or early C.19.     SU 302 019
2204 111
Granary
Dilton Farm. Wood structure, tiled roof. Supported on staddle stones.     SU 331 009
2204 104
Building
Thatched Cottage Restaurant. Single storey and attic. Timber-framed with brick infill. Thatched roof. Brick stack. Recent refurbishing.     SU 301 022
2204 03
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