Hampshire Treasures

Volume 5 ( New Forest)

Page 298 - Sopley

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Ancient Site
Deserted mediaeval village site of Ripley. Hundred = Christchurch. Ref: V.C.H. Vol. 1 p.p. 485-6, 507; Vol. 5, p. 130.     SZ 161 988
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Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
St. Michael and All Angels. Brick and stone structure. Part tile, part slate roof. Cruciform plan. Arcades rebuilt in late C.14. Later tower. C.14 east window of three stepped lancets. Inside, two late C.13 effigies. Hipped porch and oak doors.     T. & C.P. Act
SZ 156 967
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The Woolpack. 2 storeys. Thatched and tiled roof. Colourwashed brick structure. Wooden casement windows. Brick chimney stack.     C.A.
SZ 156 969
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West of the Woolpack Inn. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Brick structure. 3-window front. Modern casement windows. Doorway with panelled reveals and flat hood.     C.A.
SZ 156 967
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Sopley Farm. Timber-framed. Supported on staddle stones. Wide studding square panels, low corner braces. Brick infill. Pyramidal old tile roof. Ledged door with wooden panel over. Interior has corner braces to wall plate. King-post roof. Original corn bins remain.     T. & C.P. Act
SZ 158 969
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Sopley Mill. 4 storeys. Brick structure. Five bays dated 1878. Original site is mentioned in the Domesday Book.     C.A.
SZ 156 966
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The Homestead. 2 storeys. Slate roof with brick chimney stacks. Plastered walls. 3-window front. Sash windows.     C.A.
SZ 157 970
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Avon Tyrrell. North west of Shirley Common. Designed by Professor Lethaby. Slate and tile roof. Brick structure with tile hanging. 2 storeys. Detached. Many windows. Closed porch. Six wooden doors, one with glass panels.     SU 185 002
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Avon Cottage. Thatched roof. Brick structure. One used as Poor House for the parish. Later as a school.     SZ 147 984
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The Priest's House. Brick structure. Tiled roof. 2 storeys. Three open porch chimneys. Detached. Ref: Dr. Little's notes on the parish of Sopley, Red House Museum, Christchurch.     C.A.
SZ 157 973
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On corner of the road from Avon to Ripley. Detached. Stone structure. Old tile roof. Single storey. Centrally placed brick chimney stack. Two carved stones beneath window possibly came from Christchurch Priory.     SZ 146 988
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