Hampshire Treasures

Volume 13 ( Eastleigh)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Stoneham Lane
Church
C.15
St Nicholas, North Stoneham. Built on site of C.13 Church and possibly a Saxon Chapel. Ashlar Tower. C.15 font and Slavonian tomb-stone dated 1491 over grave of Venetian seamen. Two early English pillars in the nave. OSA SU41 NW 21. Ref: VCH (Hants) 3 (1908) p.48.     SU 465 194
0601 19
Hotel
C.19
The Old Rectory (Olde Record House). Two storeys. White brick. Hipped slate roof. South front has a large row of three windows on both floors at its west end.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 441 174
0606 02
Gateway
C.19
Gateway to The Old Rectory, c. 1800. Outer piers yellow brickwork, plinth, chamfered corners, moulded stone cap. Low curved walls with cast iron rails with variety of motifs, connects to similar gate piers. Ornamental cast iron double gates.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 441 174
0606 02
Twyford Road
Farmhouse
C.17
Allbrook Farmhouse. Three storey, timber-framed with herringbone brick nogging in the east and west walls, refronted with brick in C.19. Tile-hung gable ends. Tiled roof.     SU 460 211
0605 01
Farmhouse
Ham Farmhouse. Two storeys. L-shaped red brick with the exception of some timbering exposed in north gable end. Hipped thatched roof. Believed to be 300 years old.     SU 456 208
0605 02
Lock
Withymead Lock on Itchen Navigation. Turf sides. Some brickwork still remains     SU 461 202
0603 05
West Horton Lane
Cottages (2)
Nos. 1 & 2, West Horton Farm Cottages. Two storeys. Timber framed. Red brick and grey headers. Half-hipped tiled roof.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 476 180
0601 04
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