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Latitude: 51.0395 / 51°2'22"N
Longitude: -1.5848 / 1°35'5"W
OS Eastings: 429206
OS Northings: 126759
OS Grid: SU292267
Mapcode National: GBR 637.N5D
Mapcode Global: FRA 76KC.QD7
Entry Name: Tamarind
Listing Date: 6 March 1989
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1093680
English Heritage Legacy ID: 141067
Location: Lockerley, Test Valley, Hampshire, SO51
District: Test Valley
Civil Parish: Lockerley
Built-Up Area: Lockerley
Traditional County: Hampshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire
Church of England Parish: Lockerley with East Dean St John
Church of England Diocese: Winchester
LOCKERLEY EAST DEAN ROAD
SU 22 NE
Cottage, at one time 3, now single dwelling. C17 with major mid C20 reconstruction.
Remnants of timber framing, pointed or exposed brickwork, thatch roof.
Original form difficult to decipher because of later variations, but may
have been an L-plan through passage hase with service wing beside the road,
and parlour away from road; now has much modified interior. All 1½ storeys.
To the road are three 2-light casements at ground floor and one to a prominent
eyebrow; brick stack between first two bays, was probably external in initial
layout. Return frontage had various casements including pair in left half-
hipped end which shows remnants of light framing. C20 door to right of
gable. Gable stack to hipped right land. Interior of 'L' has earl y work
faced in stretcher brickwork; in the service wing this was light timber
framing, elsewhere timbering not in evidence. Series of C20 casements including
2+1 to prominent eyebrows.
Interior: of the early fabric a chamfered spine beam to lamb's tongue stop
is supported by an inserted round post where previously a partition. At
the fireplace bressummer and the beam carried on a short bracket; fireplace
cheeks in C18 brick. This fireplace has a large bread oven projecting
into the added bay. Some framework visible to inner wall and roof storey.
Elsewhere no evidence of historic fabric; straight stair of late C20 inserted
between heavy strings or beams, but not traditional position for stair.
Is important visually on entering the village green from the east side.
Listing NGR: SU2984725378
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