Hampshire Treasures

Volume 9 ( Test Valley South)

Page 88 - Michelmersh

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Cottage
C.18
Church Cottage. Dated 1719 in brickwork. 2 storeys, built in header brickwork with offset eaves. Hipped old tile roof. Casement windows and panelled central door. Some timber-framing in wing to rear.     SU 344 264
2518 07
Cottage
C.18
Barn Cottage, Mesh Road. 2 storeys, brick built with old tile roof. Casement windows. Plain door.     SU 343 265
2518 08
Cottage
C.18
Corner Barns, Mesh Road. 2 storeys, brick built with toothed eaves. Old tile roof. Modern extensions.     SU 343 265
2518 09
House
C.19
Michelmersh House. 2 storeys, brick built with stuccoed north front. Hipped slate roof. Three upper windows. Ground floor has two rectangular bays and central door in Doric porch. Walled garden, inner walls brick, outer walls cob with tile coping.     SU 345 265
2518 06
House
Timsbury Manor. 3 storeys, red brick with tiled roof. Ornate round chimney stacks in groups of four. Sash and dormer windows. Stands in attractive grounds.     SU 346 244
2518 16
Cottage
Warblers Cottage, Chapel Lane, Timsbury. 2 storeys, timber framed with rendered brick infill. Half-hipped thatched roof with scalloped ridge, swept over dormer windows. Lattice windows. Planked door with peaked hood. Chimney projects from end wall with side openings in stack. Single storey additions of later date.     SU 347 255
2518 24
Cottage
Elizabethan Cottage, Chapel Lane, Timsbury. 2 storeys, timber-framed with brick infill. Hipped roof with the original thatch replaced by Canadian shingles. Dormer windows in roof. Windows have iron glazing bars. Three plank doors within wooden porches. The cottage was originally three cottages. Date, 1502, over fireplace.     SU 347 255
2518 20
Cottage
Walden, Chapel Lane, Timsbury. 2 storeys, rendered brick walls. Gabled roof, now tiled, previously thatched. Casement windows under brick arches. Plank doors within wooden porches. Later extension.     SU 347 255
2518 21
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