Hampshire Treasures

Volume 8 ( Test Valley North)

Page 203 - Stockbridge

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Hotel
C.17
The White Hart Hotel. Interesting much altered building with adjoining stables at rear. A 2-storey building in three parts. The rear two sections have hipped roofs and are tile-hung, old timber-framing on east side. The C.19 front portion is a single storey projection, with four sash windows, supported by five Doric columns. This part of the building has hipped slate roof. Tile-hung walls. Front ground floor altered and extended, with modern windows fitted.     T. & C.P. Act
C.A.
SU 359 350
2526 41
House
C.17/18
Manor Farmhouse. Large detached 2-storey building standing in its own walled garden commanding important position on east side of Stockbridge. Hipped old tile roof, attic window on west side. Brick and stone built west side, much altered. Colourwashed false front facing east, probably added in C.19, sash windows and two doors.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 359 349
2526 38
Cotage
C.17/18
Manor Farm Cottage. A 2-storey timber- framed cottage standing in its own garden. Thatched roof, two chimney stacks. Colourwashed, south-facing front, timber-framing apparent on front, east and west ends. Two upper casement windows below shaped eaves. Three casement windows and door on ground floor.     SU 357 346
2526 42
Cottages
C.17/18
Two cottages to the east of the Waggon and Horses, High Street. Colourwashed brick with old tiled roof. Both cottages modernised but some timber-framing on exterior of east end.     C.A.
SU 356 350
2526 24
Cottage
C.17/18
Waterlow, High Street. Small detached cottage formerly known as The Nook, it stands along- side the stream which flows beneath the High Street. Old tiled roof hipped on east end. Upper door on east end, extension to rear.     C.A.
SU 356 351
2526 23
Cottage
C.17/18
Situated in the grounds of the Old Rectory, High Street. 1 1/2 storeys, thatched roof, rendered walls, with some timber-framing. Wooden sash windows and one dormer window. Thatched porch.     C.A.
SU 356 351
2526 19a
Cottages
C.17/18
Group of two small cottages and one shop. Slate roofs, probably originally tiled. Colour- washed facade. End wall to west has some exposed timber-framing, shop has altered frontage with modern bow windows.     SU 356 350
2526 22
Cottage
C.18
Hero Cottage, High Street. 2 storeys, colour- washed brick. Old tiled roof. Two upper windows; on ground floor one sash window and one bay window, tiled above.     C.A.
SU 358 350
2526 34
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