Hampshire Treasures

Volume 5 ( New Forest)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Building
C.19
Bridge House, No. 15, Bridge Street. Original part C.18, is smaller. 2 storeys. Old tile roof. Brick structure with a 4-bay front. Casement window. Later part 2 storeys and attic. Slate roof. 3-bay front with sash windows. 6-panelled central door.     C.A.
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House
C.19
No. 66, Church Street. 2 storeys. Slate roof. Cement rendered walls. 3-bay front with a 6-panelled door.     C.A.
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Shop
C.19
Pilgrims' Cafe, Provost Street. Circa 1840. 2 storeys. Old tiled roof. Brick structure. Rectangular bay shop window flanked by half glazed doors.     T. & C.P. Act
C.A.
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Hotel
C.19
Greyhound Hotel, Salisbury Street. 2 storeys, Old tiled roof. Brick structure. Sash windows. Half-glazed doors.     T. & C.P. Act
C.A.
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Building
C.20
Studio adjoining Fryern Court and attached garage. 2 storeys. Painted brick and concrete in International Functionalist style. Ground floor windows recessed between piers. Horizontal strip window of ten lights on first floor. Flat roof.     T. & C.P. Act
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Shops (4)
Nos. 17/21, High Street. 2 storeys, Old tile roof, central chimney with herring bone design. Sash windows with modern shop fronts on the ground floor.     C.A.
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Shops
Nos. 52/60, High Street. 2 storeys. Tiled roof with an overhang. Brick structure. Plastered first floor. Three modern shop fronts on ground floor. Sash windows and one shop window. One wooden and one glazed door.     C.A.
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Shop
No. 5, Salisbury Street. Old tiled roof with boxed eaves. Colourwashed, rendered structure. Casement windows on upper storey. Shop windows on ground floor. Plaque on front dated 1703.     C.A.
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Cottage
Green Meadow, Bickton. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Colourwashed roughcast structure with timber-framing. One chimney stack. Central door under cone shaped thatched porch. Casement windows. Timer clad extension to side and rear under roof thatch.     SU 148 126
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Mill
Town Mill, Ashford Water. A corn mill of 3 storeys. Two bays. Brick built, with part tile, part slate roof. Mill and Mill House attached, the latter now a private house. Undershot cast iron wheel still in situ outside building. Ref: A Gazetteer of Water, Wind and Tide Mills of Hampshire, (Ellis), p.129.     C.A.
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