Hampshire Treasures

Volume 9 ( Test Valley South)

Page 154 - Sherfield English

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Farmhouse
C.18
Manor Farmhouse. 2 storeys, built in plum- coloured brick with red brick window arches. Old tile roof. C.19 wide sash windows. Central door.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 293 230
2525 04
House
C.18
Sherfield Manor. Set on a small hill and backed by tall trees. It is a 2-storey house with an old tile roof. Low single storey wings with hipped roofs project to either side of a central bay.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 296 229
2525 02
Cottage
C.18
Redmans Cottage, Stockbridge Road. A 2-storey dwelling built of brick with a vitreous diaper pattern. It has an old tile half-hipped roof with toothed eaves.     SU 326 239
2525 06
Church
C.19
All Saints. Built by Colson in 1876. It is constructed of stone with some bar tracery and has a west tower, nave and chancel. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.86.     SU 324 234
2525 23
House
C.19
Awbridge Danes. Built in 1825. The neo-Tudor 3-bay part of the rendered front has barge- boarded gables and windows with hood-moulds. A thin neo-Gothic bay forms the central feature of another elevation. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.87.     SU 318 230
2525 24
House
C.19
The Round House. Formerly a pair of estate cottages, this is a 1 1/2 storey dwelling of colour- washed brick under a hipped thatched roof. The lower storey has two projecting thatched wings and there is also a rounded central wing to the rear of the house.     SU 318 223
2525 09
House
C.19
The Rectory. A 2-storey building with stuccoed walls and a wood cornice under a slate roof. It has a long 5-bay front with tall windows and a pediment over the right hand bay.     SU 295 226
2525 03
Signalling Station
C.19
Telegraph House, Lockerley. Three storeys and basement. Dated 1826, built of cement rendered brickwork under a lead roof. The central core is flanked by a single storey on either side. Ref: Industrial Archaeology in Hampshire (Course).     SU 282 248
2525 27
Church
C.20
St. Leonard's. By Fred Bath of Salisbury built in 1902. Constructed from red brick and stone, it consists of a nave, chancel, crossing-tower with an octagonal bell-stage and a spire. The windows have C.18 and Art Nouveau stained glass. It was built in a lavish style Lady Ashburton to commemorate her daughter. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.502.     SU 290 223
2525 26
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