Hampshire Treasures

Volume 9 ( Test Valley South)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Farmhouse
C.16/17
Great Bentley Farm. L-shaped block with C.17 additions. 2 storeys and attic. South west part is timber-framed with brick infilling. Old tile roof. C.19 windows. Brick built wing to east with old tile roof and irregular windows and doors.     SU 314 295
2519 22
Cottage
C.18
Rose Cottage, opposite Glebe Farm. Single storey and attic. Brick built with two gabled dormers. Two casement windows and central door under flat hood supported by scrolled wrought iron brackets.     SU 326 268
2519 07
House
C.18
The Fox. Originally a public house. 2 storeys, brick with horizontal flint bands. Old tile roof, half-hipped to right. First floor has casement windows, ground floor has sash windows and panelled door with trellis porch.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 324 268
2519 03
Cottage
C.18
Abbey Farm Cottage. Formerly a farmhouse. L-shaped block, positioned end-on to the road, the end wall is tile hung. Brick built, with old tile roof. Rough cast south front.     SU 324 269
2519 12
Cottage
C.18
Dairy Cottage. 2 storeys. Brick built, with timber-framing to rear. Old tile roof. Weather-boarded porch with tiled roof. Single storey wing of later date.     SU 324 269
2519 09
Barn and Granary
C.18
Adjacent to Dairy Cottage. Weather-boarded barn of seven bays with marseilles tiled roof. Small granary on staddle stones.     SU 324 269
2519 10
Farmhouse
C.18
Hatt Farm. 2 storeys and attic. Brick built with old tile roof. 3-bay front with French casement windows and central door on ground floor. Later verandah on iron posts across the front. Situated on a high bank with wall and arched entry from the road.     SU 318 266
2519 11
Stables
C.18
Hatt Farm. Square stable block built of flint with brick dressings. Slate roof.     SU 318 266
2519 11A
House
C.19
Glebe Farmhouse. Formerly the Sunday School. 2 storeys, rough cast finish. Hipped slate roof. East front has two arched recesses running through both storeys each with a Gothic arched window. Other windows are casements.     SU 325 268
2519 08
Barn
C.19
Glebe Farm. Six bays, weather-boarded on stone and brick foundations, old tile roof. Originally part of the farm and used to store the rector's tithe. Now the village hall.     SU 325 268
2519 08A
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