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East Woodhay House, East Woodhay

Description: East Woodhay House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 May 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 138365

OS Grid Reference: SU4373763128
OS Grid Coordinates: 443737, 163128
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3655, -1.3731

Location: East Woodhay, Hampshire RG20 0NF

Locality: East Woodhay
Local Authority: Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: RG20 0NF

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Listing Text


East Woodhay House


Early C20. A replacement of a house burnt down in 1902, being of the Arts and Crafts style, with near-symmetrical elevations. Two storeys and attic. The front (west) has 2 prominent gables, with a projecting 2-storeyed gabled porch; tile-hung above the ground floor with alternating scalloped bands, the lower walling being of red brick-work in Flemish bond, with rubbed flat arches. Ground floor sashes in reveals, other-wise casements with tiled hoods. The tiled roof of the porch has coved plaster eaves; the entrance has a wide cornice on 4 carved brackets, double doors with narrow windows on each side. The south (garden) front, of windows, has 2 gables, one above a slightly projecting east side (with a large angular 2-storeyed bay) and the other central to the remaining elevation (again above a 2-storeyed angular bay). Tiled roof, coved plaster eaves, tile-hung above the ground floor, roughcast to the ground floor (except for brickwork at the west side). Upper casements and ground floor sashes. The north elevation is less regular, with a gable at the east side. East of the house are single-storeyed outbuildings of brick and tile, of simple form and being a remainder from the earlier house. In the garden is a full-size bronze statue (by John Skeaping) of a famous racehorse, Brigadier Gerard bred at the site, which is a stud farm.

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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