Hampshire Treasures

Volume 8 ( Test Valley North)

Page 204 - Stockbridge

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
C.18
Romany, High Street. 2 storeys, colourwashed brick, dentil frieze below eaves. Old tile hipped roof. Two casement windows facing the High Street, main entrance on east side.     C.A.
SU 357 350
2526 32
Inn
C.18
The Vine Inn. 3 storeys, colourwashed brick. Old tiled hipped roof. Two upper casement windows, five sash windows below and two large bay windows on ground floor. Lettering situated behind wrought-iron inn-sign reads, WRS 1749. C. 19 2-storey extension on west side, slate hung.     C.A.
SU 357 350
2526 31
Cottage
C.18
Co-operative Shop, High Street. Old tiled roof gabled ends, colourwashed brick front. Shop front on part of ground floor.     C.A.
SU 357 351
2526 29
Building
C.17/18
The Old Three Cups Restaurant, High Street, formerly The Three Cups Inn. 2 storeys with four dormer windows in upper storey. Old tiled roof with four gables. Brick walls, colour-washed. Building set back about five feet with low brick wall across frontage.     C.A.
SU 353 351
2526 07
House
C.18
Seven Gables. Large detached 3-storey house of mellow brickwork, standing in its own grounds, surrounded by low brick wall. Old tile hipped roof with two dormer windows on north side, two blind windows on second storey, other windows leaded casements.     SU 360 350
2526 44
Cottage
C.18
Railway Cottage, High Street. Faces east originally along side the railway. 2 storeys, front colourwashed white, partly tile-hung. Wall to road shows evidence of early upper window, now contains later sash window, two sash windows on ground floor. Renovated.     SU 358 350
2526 37
Houses (2)
C.18
Marsh Meadow and Jacob's House, High Street. Originally one 2-storey house, colourwashed brick, old-tiled hipped roof, dentil frieze below eaves. AII C.19 upper casement windows have portions of coloured glass. Marsh Meadow, the east portion, is a butcher's shop, with pebble-dash finish. C.19 extension with interesting coach house door. The west portion, Jacob's House is an antique shop, has the only remaining period, bow-fronted window in Stockbridge. Two old period doors on the west side of the house.     T. & C.P. Act
C.A.
SU 357 350
2526 26
Cottage
C.18
Converted to Newsagents Shop, High Street. Colourwashed brick, tile-hung gabled roof.     C.A.
SU 356 350
2526 25
House
C.18
Southside, High Street. Small 2-storey building, sash windows on upper floor and bay window on ground floor, tiled porch. Renovated.     C.A.
SU 355 350
2526 20
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