Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

Page 68 - Bramshott

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
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House
White House, Passfield. Originally a 2-storey, stone walled cottage with brick quoins and dressings. West side whitewashed. Casement windows. Door under tiled hood. Modern 2-storey brick extension with tiled roof, at rear.     SU 818 339
2301 43
House and Barn
Yewcroft, Conford. Coursed stone with brick dressings. Tiled roof, casement windows. Brick porch. Recent rendered additions. Galleted stone barn with steep tiled roof. Converted to garage. Ref: A Hampshire Parish, (Newman), p.57.     SU 825 329
2301 78
House
Beech Court, 127 Haslemere Road, Liphook. Formerly known as Col]yers Farm. Stone walls with timber-framing, which have been covered externally with white roughcast. Modern windows. At one time converted into two cottages, but completely restored in 1970s to a single dwelling.     SU 849 317
2301 105
Building
Bramshott School and School House. Central section part timber-framed, formerly the old Bell Inn. Large stone hall built on west end dated 1843. Wooden vaulted ceiling similar to one in church. Schoolmasters quarters built on east end, constructed of stone with tile hanging above. Closed about 1974. Ref: A Hampshire Parish, (Newman), pp.99-101, 115, 119.     SU 843 331
2301 75
House
Bramshott Meadows. Four bays, timber- framed hall house, probably early C.15. Many C. 19/20 additions including stone cladding on the oldest part of building. Modern windows. Tiled hipped roof with gablets. C.19 porch and east wing built of local brick, stone and timber. Riverside garden contains channels and sluices, part of the complex system of aqueducts in the area.     C.A.
SU 833 333
2301 110
Channels and Sluices
Water meadows of Bramshott and Ludshott Manors. A single arch stone bridge carries brick lined water channel, near Radford Bridge. At Passfield two arches of a stone 'aqueducts' with sluice slots survives. Large numbers of field channels cover wide area. Centred on grid reference. Ref: 1. Rural Life in Hampshire, (Capes), p.220. Ref: 2. A Hampshire Parish, (Newman), p.4.     S.A.M. No. 471
SU 842 323
2301 81
Aqueduct
Bramshott Court. Part of the River Wey water meadows system, of which the sluice gates and brick channels still survive.     S.A.M. No. 474
C.A.
SU 833 334
2301 111
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