Hampshire Treasures

Volume 8 ( Test Valley North)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Rose Cottage, Wildhern. Flint with red brick bands, plastered gable towards road. Large modern extension. Small timber-framed granary on six staddles, now with corrugated iron cladding.     SU 352 506
1722 06
Walnut Cottage, Wildhern. Originally early C.19, now extended with modern additions. Flint rubble structure with red brick bands, thatched, abuts the road at right angles with low pentice at side.     SU 352 508
1722 03
Leyswood, Wildhern. Originally a pair of cottages, now restored and converted into one dwelling. Built of flint rubble with red brick bands and dressings. Thatched roof with eaves cut back over four upper windows, plain wood casements, modern thatched porch.     SU 352 509
1722 02
Cottages (2)
Hedgerows and The Rank, Wildhern. Probably at one time a row of three or more cottages now restored and converted to two dwellings. Colour-washed flint, plaster and brick construction, thatched roof with pentice to rear and brought down at one end over modern extension. Various lattice windows and plain wood casements.     A.O.N.B.
SU 352 511
1722 01
Hare and Hounds. Built by Stephen Holdway between 1822 and 1850 as a beer house. A detached 2-storey brick and flint structure with a slate roof. Two bay windows and sash windows in wooden frames.     SU 356 495
1722 33
Holly Cottage, Wildhern. Restored thatched cottage with modern pentice addition to rear.     SU 353 506
1722 07
The Covey, Wildhern. Attractive cottage at right angles to road. 1 1/2 storeys flint and brick con- struction with a thatched roof, restored rear outshot, dormer windows. Appears to be originally three cottages.     A.O.N.B.
SU 353 508
1722 29
Starlings, Wildhern. Colourwashed flint with brick dressings, 2 storeys, thatched roof, casement windows. Modern brick extension. End section and rear of property probably late C.18.     A.O.N.B.
SU 353 507
1722 05
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