Hampshire Treasures

Volume 9 ( Test Valley South)

Page 167 - West Tytherley

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Cottage
C.18
No. 60 The Green. 2 storey dwelling of brick construction with an old tile roof. Irregular casement windows and doors.     SU 275 293
2528 16A
Farmhouse and Outbuildings
C.18
Pilgrims Croft Farm, West Dean, formerly Dairy Farmhouse. 2 storeys and attic with dormer window. Single storey wings added to each side early C.19. Built of brick, now pebble dash finished, under an old tile roof. Central door with Doric porch. Extensive brick and weather boarded outbuildings with old tile roofs.     SU 258 279
2528 23
House
C.18
Norman Court. Main square 3-storey block with projecting wings. Courtyard facades are brick. South, east and west elevations are plaster with Ionic pilasters. Now a school. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.649.     SU 265 309
2528 27
Farmhouse
C.18
Lye Farm. 2 storeys. Built of brick with grey headers. The hipped old tile roof has flanking chimneys. Casement windows, some with transomed and mullioned frames. Central door.     SU 275 293
2528 15
House
C.18
Dean House, West Dean. 2 storeys and attic. Brick built with a small eaves cornice under an old tile roof. Small 2 storey wings flank the main block. South front is symmetrical with 3-storey central projecting half octagon. Northern elevation is part brick and part flint, in equal alternate bands, and has three dormers. Late C.18 stable block adjoins.     SU 258 273
2528 02
House
C.19
The Old Rectory. 3-storey symmetrical brick building of square plan. Regular sash windows. 2-storey north wing of older construction thought to be the original house.     SU 273 302
2528 32
Farm Buildings
C.19
Church Farm. 5-bay brick buildings with old tile roofs. Barn has three rows of long narrow vents arranged in pattern either side of central entrance. Cart shed has five segmental arches on square piers to front facing road.     SU 275 297
2528 17
Church
C.19
St. Peter. Built 1833 of red brick with grey headers. West tower and south porch are flint with red and grey brick. C.13 font of black marble. Remains of C.15 octagonal panelled font in churchyard. Ref: Buildings of England; Hampshire and I.O.W., (Pevsner and Lloyd), p.648.     SU 274 297
2528 34
Cottages
Nos. 4-9 The Common, formerly Almhouses. A symmetrical row of 2-storey dwellings with colour-washed plaster walls under a thatched roof. Casement windows. Entrance doors are in pairs with small projecting porches.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 270 296
2528 09
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