Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Cottage
Suters, High Street. 2 storeys. Random stone on ground floor, tilehung above. Long ridge tiled roof, hipped at each end. Exposed timber- framing on side gable. Sash and casement windows. Wattle and daub walls revealed during alterations. Originally a row of three cottages. Ref: 1. Highways and Byways in Hampshire, (pencil sketch), 1908, (Read), p.394.     C.A.
SU 822 361
1610 07
Building
The Stores, High Street. Rambling stone structure with barns incorporated. Modernised and used as a shop. Owned by the Rogers family from 1870- 1957.     C.A.
SU 821 361
1610 90
Building
Tithe Barn. Converted into house. Thick stone walls with heavy interior beams. Long steeply pitched ridge tiled roof, hipped at each end. Initials and date on south end of east wall - 'W.M. 1680 and S H.S. 1812'. Fine example of farm building converted to residential use.     C.A.
SU 821 363
1610 56
Farm Buildings
Curtis Farm. Picturesque group including two large stone barns and range of outhouses and stabling.     SU 822 367
1610 17
Cottage
Yeomans Cottage. Stone structure. Ridge tiled roof, half-hipped at each end. Modern porch and cement rendered addition at back. May once have been a granary.     SU 824 361
1610 58
Cottage
Holme School House, Headley Green. 2 storeys. Stone structure. Lattice windows. Tiled roof. Large extension. Part of bequest to be used to benefit the children of the parish.     SU 824 362
1610 79
House
The Square House, Headley Green. 2 storeys. Stone structure. Slate roof. Sash windows. Possibly early C.18.     SU 824 363
1610 81
Farmhouse
Longcross Farm, Longcross Hill. Part 2 storeys, part single storey and dormers. Limewashed stonework with exposed timber-framing. Old tiled roof. Lattice windows.     SU 824 365
1610 15
House
Arford House. 2 storeys. Coursed square stone blocks, creamwashed. Slate roof. Casement windows with flat lintels and 'Gothic' tracery. Stable block converted into dwelling.     C.A.
SU 826 365
1610 63
Farm Building
Tignals, Saunders Green. Small weather- boarded barn with short half-hipped ridge tiled roof.     SU 828 374
1610 31
Cottage
Yew Tree Cottage, Arford Common. Long low single storey stone structure. Slate roof.     SU 829 367
1610 91
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