Hampshire Treasures

Volume 8 ( Test Valley North)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
C.16
Goose Acre and Goose Acre Too. Two dwellings formed from one house originally known as The Cottage. 2 storeys, built of flint with red brick dressings. Thatched roof with three thatched gabled upper windows, part of Goose Acre Too has a flat lead roof. Casement windows and a 2-storey splayed bay. Part of the house is C.18. Now modernised. Garden wall to Goose Acre Too is of chalk, brick and stone with tile capping.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 290 455
1723 09
House
C.18
Manor House. 2 storeys, brick structure colour- washed white. Hipped tiled roof. A large L- shaped house, side facade to west has five sets of windows, some on ground floor being French windows.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 289 455
1723 03
Barn
C.18
West of the church. 2 storeys, rendered chalk walls. Thatched roof. Possibly once a coach house and stables.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 289 455
1723 05
Cottage
C.18
Manor Cottage. 2 storeys, colourwashed brick on stone plinth. Hipped tiled roof. Small C.19 gabled porch. Stands in walled garden.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 289 455
1723 07
Cottages
C.18
Nos. 1 and 2, Manor Cottages. 1 1/2 storeys, brick structure colourwashed white. Thatched roof with thatch cut around upper windows, thatched pentice to rear. Casement windows, upper windows enlarged by the addition of segmental lights at the sides. Restored and modernised.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 290 456
1723 25
House
C.19
The Rectory. 2 storeys. Brick and stone, colour-washed. Low pitched slate roof. Garden facade has five sash windows, some French casements on ground floor. Modernised.     SU 289 455
1723 06
Building
C.19
War Memorial Hall. Originally a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. 2 storeys, built in red brick, Three round-headed windows set in arched panels. Central panelled door with fanlight in fluted surround. Low brick parapet with stone cornice and raised cement panel in centre.     SU 292 456
1723 19
House
C.19
Thruxton Down House. 2 storeys. Walls of rammed chalk cob on flint foundations. Slate roof. Three chimney stacks, two quadruple and one double, on apex of roof. An unusually large building for this type of construction. Extensive outbuildings. Chalk, slate-topped wall encloses a court yard to the rear of the house.     SU 265 445
1723 35
Cottage
Well Cottage. Chalk walls, rendered. Thatched roof. Two upper windows. Modernised.     SU 289 454
1723 08
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