Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

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Dwellings (2)
2 Chapel Cottages and Westagon Lodge, little Hyden Lane. Formerly Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Chapel Cottages and Chapel adjacent to No. 1. 2 storeys. Flint structure. Hipped roof with intermediately placed chimney. No. 2 Chapel Cottages formed from the original Nos. 2 and 3, has a tiled roof and square-paned lattice windows. Westagon Lodge, the original No. 1, has a blue slate roof and casement windows, and utilises the chapel as a garage.     SU 695 175
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Dwellings (3)
Bethel Cottage and Bethel House, Little Hyden Lane. These dwellings have been formed from a group of buildings which originated as one cottage, which was enlarged by the addition of a house built onto one side and a chapel plus a detached Sunday School building on the other. Flint structure, partly clad and partly rendered. The slate roof is hipped at one end and partly 'M' shaped; it is gabled with bargeboards. The windows are gabled dormers and diamond shaped lattice-paned casements. The three dwellings have been formed from the original cottage and house, whilst the chapel and Sunday School serve as a studio and a garage.     SU 696 173
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