Hampshire Treasures

Volume 9 ( Test Valley South)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Farmhouse
The School Farmhouse. 2 storeys, brick fa‡ade with old tile roof. Irregular 6-bay front with casement windows and door in architrave surround under flat hood. Core of building is a C.15 Wealden type house.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 305 261
2515 01
House
Cromwells. Brick and timber-framed structure with a thatched roof.     SU 291 267
2515 11
Mill
Ford Mill. The Mill and attached Mill House were converted in recent years to a single dwelling. The luccam has been retained, a low breastshot wheel powered by the embanked stream, was situated inside the mill. The building is 3-storey, the original mill section having five bays. No machinery survives. Ref: Water and Wind Mills in Hampshire and I.O.W., (S.U.I.A.G.), 1978, p.36.     SU 296 270
2515 12
Mill
Holbury Mill. A 2-storey corn mill and mill house in a continuous range now converted into a residence. Brick structure with tiled roof. The water wheel was under the end bay of the mill. A large mill pond together with the tail race and sluices remain. Ref: Water and Wind Mills in Hampshire and I.O.W., (S.U.I.A.G.), 1978, p.36.     SU 290 270
2515 13
Canal (Disused)
Southampton to Salisbury. Identified along its length as a continuous line of small trees, bushes and undergrowth. Ref: The Bankrupt Canal, (Southampton Papers No. 5).     SU 314 258
2515 10
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