Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
Ockham House. 2 storeys. Brick, cement covered walls. Tiled roof with ornamental ridging tiles. Clock tower. Formerly a school.     SU 788 381
1611 25
House
Spring Cottage. 2 storeys. Brick and stone walls. Slate roof. Three chimneys.     SU 778 384
1611 27
House
Foxes, Green Street. Old barn converted into dwelling. 2 storeys. Brick and stone walls. Tiled roof. Two chimneys.     SU 768 379
1611 28
House
Birch Cottage. 2 storeys. Brick, cement covered walls. Slate roof. Three chimneys. Formerly a chapel.     SU 788 378
1611 32
House
Old Rectory. 2 storeys. Brick construction with cement rendering. Tiled roof. Two pairs of brick chimneys. Glass porch. Formerly the vicarage.     SU 786 382
1611 30
House
Burningham Cottage. 3 storeys, two of which are in the roof. Lower half of the walls brick with cement rendering, the upper half being tile-hung. Tiled roof. Formerly a Hop kiln.     SU 778 379
1611 29
Group E - Street Patterns, Street Furniture and Open Spaces
Pound
Malthouse Barn. Brick-walled former village pound.     SU 799 385
1611 44
Group F - Historical or Literary Associations
Farmhouse
Lode Farm. Includes remains of manor house and alleged site of mediaeval hunting lodge. Frequently visited by Henry V I I I when Prince of Wales, and for this reason he was nick-named 'Harry of Lode'. O.S.A. No.SU73 NE8. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 2, p.514.     SU 776 377
1611 04
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