Hampshire Treasures

Volume 8 ( Test Valley North)

Page 36 - Andover

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
No. 54. 2 storeys. Tile roof. Red brick structure, incorporating blue headers, red rubbed flat arches. Victorian sash windows to ground floor. Later door, canopy on brackets.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 366 456
0303 42
United Reform, formerly Congregational. Central block with hipped slate roof and rough cast walls. Symmetrical classical front (1839) 2 storeys, stucco finish. Cornice and frieze raised as pediment over slightly projecting centre. Venetian central opening, lower side windows with plain arches. Wide doorway.     SU 366 456
0303 43
Piers and Railings
United Reform Church. The boundary of the forecourt retained within wrought-iron rails between end piers, the gateway having decorative open-work wrought iron piers.     SU 366 456
0303 89
East Anton
Little East Anton Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic. Tiled roof, catslide at the rear. Brick dentil eaves and gable verges. Red brick structure with rubbed flat arches. Gable decorated with flint panels. Modern casement windows and modern gabled porch.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 372 477
0301 24
East Anton Farm. 2 storeys, low pitched hipped slate roof. Red brick structure, first floor band, rubbed brick arches, stone sills and plinth. Mainly sash windows but some altered. Access via rear later addition.     SU 372 478
0301 23
East Anton Farm. Situated 60 yds. west of house. Timber-frame of ten bays with aisles on all sides. Entrances at the third and eighth bay. Queen-post truss with straight bracing, all resting on brick piers and low outer wall. Boarded walling, large hipped roof of corrugated asbestos.     SU 371 478
0301 33
East Anton Farm. Situated 30 yds. south of house. Timber-framed on twelve staddle stones, with half-hipped slate roof. Boarded upper walls, the lower part corrugated iron cladding.     SU 371 478
0301 32
Enham Alamein
Estate Office/Museum. Single storey and attic, half-hipped thatched roof with a lower section above the north side. Main part of the building has an exposed timber-frame with painted brick infill. Remainder is painted brick, with one cambered opening. Traditional pattern leaded casements and plain boarded doors.     SU 368 490
0301 50
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