Hampshire Treasures

Volume 13 ( Eastleigh)

Page 10 - Botley

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group C - Footpaths, Bridleways and Old Travelways
Ford
The remains of a ford over the River Hamble, near Botley Mill, can be seen to the South side of the present bridge. (Built in 1798). Five foot square stone slab near the remaining wall is almost certainly a stepping stone relic.     SU 515 130
2605 44
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
Brook Lane
House
C.18
Brook House. Two storeys, built in red brick with blue headers, red tiled roof, gabled at each end. Rubbed flat brick arches to ground floor openings. Sash windows, Gothic brick porch. Altered in 1840. Modern extension.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 507 131
2605 28
House
C.18
The Old Rectory and The Little House. Formerly known as Maske or Marks Farm. A large three-storeyed gabled centre part flanked by two-storey wings; built in red brick with blue headers. Red tile roof with two massive chimney stacks, hipped to south wing, two gabled to north wing. Sash windows, simple doorway with two columns. Modern extension.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 509 121
2605 29
Church Lane
House and Stable Block
C.19
Cobbett's Cottage. The surviving part of William Cobbett's estate, comprising a cottage and a stable block. The two storeyed cottage is sideways on to the lane, and has slate-hung walls and a slate roof, windows are both sash and casement. The stable block is also two storeys but taller, with projecting gabled centre part. Built in red brick with blue headers with red tile hipped roof. The clock in Botley church tower came from this building.     P(LB&CA) Act
CA
SU 517 129
2605 36
House
C.19
No. 12, Ivy Cottage. Two storey cottage, brick built, now painted, with red tile roof. Three centred arches over ground floor windows, trellis porch.     P(LB&CA) Act
CA
SU 513 128
2605 10
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