Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
White Hart. Former Inn converted to private house 1963. Limewashed, C. 18 brick exterior masking earlier timber-framed structure. Thatched roof. Old bread oven.     SU 773 411
1603 13
Barn
Eggars Farm. Weatherboarded structure with red tiled roof.     SU 774 425
1603 79
House
South Hay House. An attractive restored and extended property of 2 storeys with red tile roof. The eastern part is C.20 timber framing with brick infilling, the centre part probably C.15/16 timber framed with red brick infilling. The extension to the west is of Bargate stone with brick dressings probably of C.17 date.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 775 397
1603 08
Building
South Hay House. Former wagon store converted to garage and stables. Stone blocks with brick dressings. Red tiled roof.     SU 775 397
1603 40
Barn
South Hay House. Mainly stone structure with some weatherboarding. Once formed part of a hopkiln.     SU 775 397
1603 39
Cottage
Colesons, South Hay. Part timberframed with brick infilling, part plaster and part stone. Lime- washed. Originally two cottages.     SU 775 398
1603 82
Farmhouse
Hay Place Farm. Present house built 1955 incorporating smaller red brick structure, possibly C.17. Possibly on site of a much earlier building.     SU 775 407
1603 23
Hopkilns
Hay Place. Three round brick and stone structures.     SU 775 408
1603 62
House
Cobdens, formerly The Elms. Partly timber-framed and partly plain C.19 brick. Old ridge tiled roof. Formerly a school and Almshouses. Converted to one house in the 1950's.     SU 777 411
1603 15
Cottage
Wheatley Lane End Cottage. 2 storeys. Brick on ground floor, Victorian tile-hanging above. Thatched roof. Interior exposed beams. Recently restored.     SU 782 411
1603 16
Cottage
Hoggatts, Wheatley Lane. 2 storeys. Part timber- framed with brick and plaster infilling, part lime- washed plaster. Ridge tiled roof.     SU 783 395
1603 37
Farm Buildings
Hoggatts, Wheatley Lane. Barn, part weather- board and timber-framed. Hopkiln, limewashed and red brick.     SU 783 395
1603 38
House and Barn
Binsted Place. Red brick structure, part circa 1680, part circa 1800. Fine old interior beams and bread oven in open fireplace. Nearby C.17 barn built of Selborne stone. Fine stone walls in garden.     SU 784 411
1603 92
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