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Farmbuilding Approximately 10 Metres North of Park House, Hambledon

Description: Farmbuilding Approximately 10 Metres North of Park House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 7 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 146439

OS Grid Reference: SU6555116038
OS Grid Coordinates: 465551, 116038
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9401, -1.0684

Location: Brook Lane, Hambledon, Hampshire PO7 4SB

Locality: Hambledon
Local Authority: Winchester City Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: PO7 4SB

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Listing Text

In the entry for:

8/10 Granary 20 metres north
7.2.52 of Park House

The entry shall be amended to read:-

8/10 Farmbuilding approx 10
7.2.52 metres north of Park
Farmbuilding, now garage. Probably early C18 (brick dated 1714), altered. Red
and blue brick, mainly in Flemish garden wall bond with some timber framing with
brick nogging at upper level. 2 bays, 2 storeys. North elevation: wide central
entrance with header-brick arch; at low level on left a brick incised 'IF1714'.
Rafter feet visible at eaves. Half-hipped roof. Rear: a blocked doorway on
right and a boarded-across opening to lower section; upper section has timber
mid rail and studs forming narrow panels. Left return: bricked-up window below
opening with strap-hinged board shutters; end of iron tie-rod in gable, tie-beam
and queen posts exposed. Right return: a small bricked-up opening at low level
and one in gable. Interior: collared queen-post roof trusses, clasped through
purlins, old rafters, straight wind-braces; the floor is cobbled, and inserted
timbers support loft floor and formerly supported manger across left-hand wall;
the upper floor walls are plastered, from use as a granary, but since the loft
appears to be an insertion, this may not have been an original function of the
building. The initials on the dated brick probably refer to John Foster who
owned Park House in the early C18. The building may originally have had more
timber framing on the upper floor, this later being replaced by brickwork.


8/10 Granary 20 metres north
7.2.52 of Park House
Granary. C17. Timber frame exposed in part of the upper walls, bricknogged,
other walls of brickwork, mainly Flemish Garden Wall bond. Half-hipped tile roof.
Tall rectangular block with minor openings.

Listing NGR: SP6277514126

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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