Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Farmhouse
Moore House Farm. 2 storeys and attic gable window. Timber-framed with red brick nogging and some modern herring-bone nogging. Two fine projecting chimneys at side, of red brick with diamond pattern picked out in blue brick. Coupled stacks. Casement windows. Wing to right of recent date. Two dwellings.     SU 829 387
1610 24
Farmhouse
Wishanger Oasts, Frensham Lane. Coursed stone structure. Barn incorporated into house. Some sash windows, some modern.     SU 831 388
1610 85
Cottage
Chatterton Lodge, Fullers Vale. 2 storeys. Stone and brick structure. Tiled roof. Extension to right. Believed to have been a forester's lodge.     SU 833 358
1610 78
Cottage
The Old Cottage, Hearn. Restored. Timber- framed with red brick infilling on ground floor, tile-hung above. Two large half dormers with eaves, waved over ridge tiled roof. Square paned wooded casement windows.     SU 835 374
1610 29
Farm Buildings
Lower Hearn. Picturesque group, converted and restored. Barn to south, random stone with weatherboarding above. Modern mullioned and transomed windows. Half-hipped tiled roof. North barn forms two dwellings with modern dormers and modern metal casements below. Ridge tiled roof.     SU 837 376
1610 28
Farmhouse
Lower Hearn. Restored structure, faced with white plaster. 2 storeys. Hipped tiled roof. Slightly projecting flanking wings. Modern metal casement windows. Small timbered porch.     SU 838 377
1610 27
House
Field House. One wing, timber-framed with limewashed brick and stone infilling. Single storey and modern hipped dormers. Lattice casements. Old tiled roof. Believed C.16. New wing has mock timberwork and first floor overhang.     SU 843 394
1610 25
Farmhouse
Plasterhill Farm. 2 storeys. Timber-framed, including closely spaced vertical strutting, with white plaster infilling. Hipped tiled roof. Modern lattice casements. Barns to north, south and west form square with farmhouse. Some parts of farm allegedly date from 1580.     SU 847 378
1610 26
Cottage
Laurel Cottage, Hammer Lane. Single storey stone structure. Old tiled roof. One of the few remaining squatters cottages, built of local materials, by members of a family, who, if they had a fire burning in the hearth within 24 hours, could claim 'squatters rights' over the piece of land. Now considerably modernised.     SU 852 375
1610 86
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