Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

Page 67 - Bramshott

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Old Forge, Griggs Green. Whitewashed coursed stone. 2 storeys. Tile roof. Tile hung extension at rear, possibly where blacksmith worked. Casement windows with glazing bars. Deeds go back to early C.18. Ref: A Hampshire Parish, (Newman), p.61.     SU 823 316
2301 50
Cottages (2)
Primrose Cottages, Tunbridge Lane, Bramshott. 2 storeys. Irregularly coursed stone with two brick quoins. Gabled slate roof. Two pairs of brick chimneys astride ridge. Casement windows, some on ground floor with brick arched tops. Date stone on back 1844 W.H. 1749. C.20 extensions to both cottages.     C.A.
SU 838 329
2301 59
Priors Farm. Single storey. Timber-framed structure with tarred wood sides. Half boarded ends with stone infilling at lower level.     SU 851 346
2301 39
Haslemere Road, Liphook. On south side Nos. 12-26 mainly C.19 of sandstone with tile hanging and steep gabled roofs. Buildings on north side, Nos. 1-17, more varied. Some originally labourers' cottages attached to Moss's Farm. Pleasant cottages important as a group.     C.A.
SU 840 315
2301 64
Oast Houses (2)
Quinces. One circular oast house of sandstone and brick with cement covered coned roof. The other, square with tiled roof and brick structure. Recent outbuildings. Chalcraft family bought house in 1758 to become centre of their hop industry.     SU 839 331
2301 14
Cottages (2)
Radstock and Green Brow Cottages, Hammer Vale. Close to a small green, Both built of stone with brick dressings to windows and doors. One slate, one tile roof.     SU 869 326
2301 61
Roundabout Cottage, on corner of Church Lane and Tonbridge Lane. Brick on stone plinth with tiled roof. 2 storeys. Lower part with rendered brick walls, possibly added in C.18/19 as a hop kiln and drying room. Later porch of galleted stone with tiled roof. Ref: A Hampshire Parish, (Newman), p.103.     C.A.
SU 839 329
2301 60
No. 14, The Square, Liphook. 2 storeys. Roughly coursed stone with brick arched dressings to windows and door. Slate roof with chimney. Upper storey of north gable roughcast.     C.A.
SU 839 315
2301 52B
The Stone Place, Passfield. Stone structure with tiled roof. Curved brick headings to some windows on north side. End on to road. Old stone barn at right angles to house.     SU 824 344
2301 53
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