Hampshire Treasures

Volume 8 ( Test Valley North)

Page 129 - Longparish

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Farm Buildings
South-east of Forton Farmhouse. L-shaped range including large weatherboarded barn. Two hipped waggon entrances. Small restored stable wing. Vertical timber work with brick herringbone and flint nogging. An exceptional fine group. Originally thatched, now tiled.     SU 419 434
1714 61
Cottage
Rose Cottage. Previously 2 cottages. Now one dwelling. Red brick with occasional blue headers. 2 storeys. Thatched roof. Three casements. Two white painted doors.     SU 420 435
1714 55
Cottage
Test View Cottage. Red brick with flint bands. Thatched roof. Two small upper windows. Pentice to rear. Originally two dwellings.     SU 420 435
1714 54
Group E -Street Patterns, Street Furniture and Open Spaces
WelI
C.19
Ash Burn Rest. Stone well with oak seats and rail surrounds, presented to the village in 1868. Erected beside village stream.     SU 430 442
1714 72
Grinding Wheel
Stone grinding wheel on wooden pedestal by village stream.     SU 430 442
1714 71
Village Stocks
C.20
By lych-gate to the church. A reproduction of the original stocks installed about 1930.     SU 426 439
1714 24
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