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Stubbs Farmhouse, Binsted

Description: Stubbs Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 31 July 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 142148

OS Grid Reference: SU7696239825
OS Grid Coordinates: 476962, 139825
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1525, -0.9010

Location: Whitehill, Hampshire GU35 9NR

Locality: Binsted
Local Authority: East Hampshire District Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: GU35 9NR

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Listing Text


7/6 Stubbs Farmhouse


House. C17, early C19, with C20 minor extension. Stone walls and tile roof.
A Jacobean house, restored in the early C19 in Tudor styles; front (east) of
2 storeys and attic, 4 windows, with south side outshot of 1 window. Plain
roof, catslide at rear, small gabled dormer; 2 shafted stacks. Walls of
rubble malmstone with brick quoins, 1st floor moulding, plinth band, chamfered
surrounds to the openings, patches of alterations where earlier windows and
hood-moulds have been filled; there are indications that the south side continued
in the upper floor. Mullion and transom oak lights. C20 gabled porch, with
bricknogged timber frame and tile-hung gable, enclosing a boarded door. The
north gable is similar, also altered. The rear has 4 flat-roofed dormers, the
wall (above the low eaves) being raised to form 3 unequal gables (2 attached),
the lower walls of stone and upper of brick. A filled early window at the front
has a brick incised RT 1796 (T for Turvill).

Listing NGR: SU7700539833

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Source: English Heritage

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