Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

Page 324 - Wield

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Farmhouse
C.18
Wield Farm. Stands on site of earlier building, of which the cellars remain. 2 storeys. Red brick walls. Ridge tiled roof. Remains of Wallop coat-of-arms over porch. Surrounded by good tile-capped flint wall.     SU 629 388
1620 11
Cottage
C.18
Old Rectory Cottage. 2 storeys. Limewashed brick walls. Ridge tiled roof. Large plain windows. Formerly a shoe-makers premises.     SU 633 387
1620 14
House
C.18
Yew Tree Inn. Brick structure partly tile-hung, with slate roof. The building is partly an C.18 inn.     SU 636 089
1620 32
Farm Building
C.18
Cart shed at Wield Manor Farm. Five bays. Steeply pitched thatched roof strutted purlin framework. Weatherboarded on three sides with open front.     SU 628 388
1620 35
House
C.18
Whites Farm. 2 storeys. Brick construction with slate roof, recently partly modernised. Farm buildings include a thatched barn and an open-sided cart shed. There is also a disused well.     SU 636 403
1620 34
Farmhouse
C.18
Pitters Farm. Red brick structure. Thatched roof. Plain casements. Centre panelled door with thatched porch.     SU 636 403
1620 20
Cottage
C.18
Hut Cottage. Flint with brick bands and dressings. Thatched roof. Two lattice casement windows. Central boarded door.     SU 635 397
1620 16
Cottage
C.18
Sparrows. 2 storeys. Part timber-framed, part white colourwashed brick. Thatched roof. Small latticed upper windows.     SU 636 402
1620 28
Building
C.19
Wield School and School House. Red brick structure, with slate roof and three brick built chimneys. The school house is the eastern half of the building. The single school room, with windows facing south, west and north, is on the western side. There is a small bell cope, with bell, over the large southern schoolroom window. A stone inscribed 'W.B.S. 1876' is set in an ornamental brickwork surround beneath the bell-cope. There is a small brickwork porch, with a slate roof on the west side, which leads to the small playground.     SU 631 387
1620 33
Building
C.19
Wield Chapel. Situated so close to Church Cottage that it appears to be in the garden, but it does have a narrow frontage with a low railed fence. Brick construction in simple style, just a very small rectangular building with a slate roof and white painted walls. The date 1848 is carved above the south facing door. Two windows in east wall and one in the west wall.     SU 628 387
1620 31
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