Hampshire Treasures

Volume 9 ( Test Valley South)

Page 155 - Sherfield English

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
House
Awbridge House. Of brick construction, partly rendered, under a peg tiled roof, it features both Elizabethan and Georgian styles.     SU 239 246
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Group F - Historical or Literary Associations
Village Pound
Pound Hill. This is the probable site of a mediaeval pound. O.S.A. No. SU22 SE (m)4     SU 298 227
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Mill
Sherfield Mill. Although the mill building has been demolished, the foundations are still visible. The mill house, built about 1720, of brick with a tiled roof, has now been restored. The watershed has been reset in concrete. The tail race and sluice survive. Ref: Water and Windmills in Hampshire and I.O.W., (S.U.I.A.G), p.47.     SU 293 220
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Signalling Station
C.19
Telegraph House, Lockerly. Built to form part of the Plymouth to London signalling route. Believed not used as a signalling post as there is no evidence that the appropriate equipment was installed.     SU 282 248
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