Hampshire Treasures

Volume 5 ( New Forest)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Cottages (2)
C.19
The Cottages, Shapper Bottom. Cob and rendered walls. Slate roof. 2 storeys. Semi-detached. Single central decorative chimney stack. Wooden casement windows.     SU 212 025
2402 51
Cottage
Appletree Cottage. Thatched roof. Rendered, cob and Burley rock structure.     SU 215 032
2402 93
Cottage
C.19
Yew Tree Cottage. Detached. Slate roof. 2 storeys. Two decorated chimneys on gable ends. Wooden casement windows. Glass enclosed porch with sloping roof.     SU 230 030
2402 35
Building
C.20
Burley Parish Hall, Pound Lane. 1907. Brown tiled roof with arched bracers. Timber-framed with brick infilling. Ref: Records of Burley, p.76.     SU 209 028
2402 55
Cross
C.20
Village Memorial Cross. 1920. Erected by Colonel and Mrs. Willan as a thanks offering for the safe return of their sons. Ref: Records of Burley, p.77.     SU 216 033
2402 117
Memorial
C.20
War memorial in St. John the Baptist church. Commemorates World War I and Word War II.     SU 214 032
2402 116
Group of Buildings
Burley Street Green. Six dwellings of various ages and types make a pleasant scene grouped around the green.     SU 201 042
2402 91
Building
Holmesly Railway Station. The line from Southampton to Dorchester was opened in 1847. The station for Christchurch and Bournemouth was at Holmesly. Line closed 1964, but the station remains.     N.P. Act
S.S.S.I.
SU 232 007
2402 142
Cottage
Oakley Cottage. Believed to date from the C.16. Thatched roof. Stuccoed walls. Ref: Records of Burley, p.233.     SU 221 041
2402 40
Cottage
Tates Cottage, Burley Street. Described in The Terrier (1838) as Tates Shop Plot. Thatched roof. Stuccoed over cob walls. Ref: Records of Burley, p.251.     SU 201 045
2402 98
Group E - Street Patterns, Street Furniture and Open Spaces
Milestone
C.19
Burley Street. Circa 1823. Ref: Records of Burley, p.173.     SU 201 042
2402 124
Milestone
C.19
Copse Corner, Burley Street. Placed there by Thomas Eyre 1823. Inscribed 'Rest and be Thankful'. Ref: Records of Burley, p.209.     N.P. Act
S.S.S.I.
SU 199 042
2402 125
Milestone
C.19
Durmast Crossroads. Circa 1823.     SU 224 025
2402 121
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