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Description: Brickhill Farmhouse
Date Listed: 29 May 1957
English Heritage Building ID: 141201
OS Grid Reference: SU3327618208
OS Grid Coordinates: 433276, 118208
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9623, -1.5275
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ROMSEY EXTRA ROMSEY ROAD A 31
SU 31 NW
6/8 Brickhill Farmhouse
(formerly listed as
29.5.57 Brick Hill Farmhouse
Cottage Orne, with extensions, now a house. Early C18 & late C19 extensions.
Roughcast walls, with smooth stucco quoins, and high roughened stone plinth;
later walls of red brickwork in stretcher bond, with cambered openings. Tile
roof, with hipped ends to the old part; tall Tudor stack, of three diagonal
flues on a rectangular base. A rectangular block, comprising a tall single
storey above a basement (on a steep slope of ground, resulting in a two-
storeyed effect at the north end), with two Gothic windows symmetrically placed
on the long south side, the wall forming a half hexagon at the north end (with a
central small Gothic window), at the west end an open porch of half hexagonal form,
on a semi-circle of stone steps, with four rustic columns of cedar trunks; at
the rear the former catslide roof above an outshot is masked in the centre by
a late C19 two-storeyed extension of vernacular style (the whole forming a T-
shape), with two small C20 outshots, one a porch. Casement windows, of Gothic
form to the original part. Plain doorways, the one within the portico being off
centre, with Gothic panels.
Listing NGR: SU3729622279
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Source: English Heritage
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