Hampshire Treasures

Volume 5 ( New Forest)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Memorial Stone
C.20
Tablet on No. 70, Sea Road, Barton. Laid by Miss W.J. Van Hoytema on 15 December 1919. Commemorates Marconi's wireless telephone station for communication with aircraft.     SZ 232 962
1202 06A
Manor House
C.20
Ossemsley Manor House, South Drive. Red brick with stone quoins and battlements. Tudor style. 2 storeys with mullions, transoms and leaded casements. To east a square tower. Rear facade irregular, gables, oriels and battlements. Gabled and tiled roof. 1908 date stone.     T. & C.P. Act
SZ 227 969
1201 52B
Church
St Peter's, Ashley Common Road. Rectangular plan. Red brick structure with stone dressings for doors and windows. Tiled roof. Church comprises nave and chancel. Large circular west window with flowing tracery.     SZ 255 957
1204 39C
Cottage
Barton Common Lane (East End). Thatched roof. Creeper covered walls. 11/2 storeys. Modern casement windows.     SZ 248 936
1204 23C
Cottage
Cleve Cottage, Marine Drive West, Barton-on-Sea. One of a terrace of three properties. 2 storeys. Three bay windows white rendered roughcast fa‡ade. Extensively modernised. Metal framed windows.     SZ 238 930
1203 19A
Cottage
The Cottage, Marine Drive West, Barton-on-Sea. Centre property of terrace of three, but smaller and lower than others. 2 storeys. White painted brick structure. Slate roof. Three bay windows. Upper sash, lower windows with 6-lights. Modern porch.     SZ 238 930
1203 20A
House
The Old House, Marine Drive West, Barton-on-Sea. One of a terrace of three properties. 2 storeys. Part possibly of late C.1 8 or early C.1 9 date. Sliding windows on ground floor. One 6-light window with Gothic head. Modernised with extensions.     SZ 238 930
1203 21A
Church
Roman Catholic, Mount Avenue, Milton. Rectangular plan. Gabled, tiled roof. Stone and flint structure of chequer board pattern. Gothic style. Pointed single light leaded windows. Ornate entrance at east end surmouted by Our Lady of Lourdes. Church lengthened and transepts added in 1951.     SZ 244 943
1204 13C
Cottage
Coppers, New Lane. 2 storeys. Rectangular plan. Rendered cob structure. Slate roof with gables and chimney stack at ridge. Symmetrical facade with central modern porch.     SZ 238 969
1201 30B
Cottage
Holly Cottage, Smithy Lane. Part brick, part cob structure. Thatched roof half-hipped at eastern end. 2 storeys. L-shaped plan. Modern lean-to extensions.     SZ 238 966
1201 29B
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