Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

Page 62 - Bramshott

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Toll House
C.18
Old Toll House, Cold Ash Hill. Rendered structure with hipped, tiled roof. Metal windows, fairly modern shutters and porch with ridged hood. Addition at rear. Home of Charles Cover, a turnpike keeper in 1830. Ref: A Hampshire Parish, (Newman), p.105.     SU 842 323
2301 86
House
C.18
Chiltlee Manor, Liphook. 2 storeys. Plaster faced with slate roof. Sash windows. Porch supported on columns approached up three steps. Door with reeded surround. Coursed stone addition of about 1830 on south side with two octagonal 2-storey bay windows. Interior modernised to accommodate offices in 1980. Ref: 1. Rural Life in Hampshire, (Capes), p.274. Ref: 2. A Hampshire Parish, (Newman), pp.46, 47, 50.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 842 314
2301 15
House
C.18
Downlands. 3 storeys. Brick with stone quoins. Slate roof with wide eaves. Porch supported on Ionic columns. Sash windows and Victorian bay windows. Kitchen quarters of sandstone with brick dressings. Stone vase as garden feature.     SU 851 336
2301 08
House
C.18
Old Mill, Bramshott. Formerly a corn mill on the River Wey. Roughly coursed sandstone with tiled roof. Main part 3 storeys and dormers, with 2-storey and dormer section. Datestone by door 1750. Mill modified in early C.20 as house. Some machinery remains, but waterwheel gone. Sluices and half the millpond remain.     C.A.
SU 837 332
2301 44
House
C.18
Glebe House, Rectory Lane. Built about 1702. Brick structure. Additions of 1834 and 1870. Used as Rectory between 1702 and 1922. Monkhouse, a Rector, built the fine wood-beamed barn behind the house in 1815.     SU 846 332
2301 58
Building
C.18/19
Holly Cottage, Woolmer Lane. 2 cottages combined, with later additions. 2 storeys and dormers. Rubble structure with brick dressings to doors and windows. Tiled roof. Dwelling recorded on site 1730.     SU 842 333
2301 79
Cottage
C.18/19
Nut Tree Cottage, Weavers Down. 2 storeys. Coursed stone structure with white mortar. Extended in brick. Large modern extension in white-washed brick at rear. Tiled roofs. Brick dressings to windows and doors. Modern glazed door.     SU 820 312
2301 37
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