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Latitude: 51.3655 / 51°21'55"N
Longitude: -1.3731 / 1°22'23"W
OS Eastings: 443737
OS Northings: 163128
OS Grid: SU437631
Mapcode National: GBR 829.7NH
Mapcode Global: VHCZJ.4YX1
Entry Name: East Woodhay House
Listing Date: 30 May 1984
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1339804
English Heritage Legacy ID: 138365
Location: East Woodhay, Basingstoke and Deane, Hampshire, RG20
District: Basingstoke and Deane
Civil Parish: East Woodhay
Traditional County: Hampshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire
Church of England Parish: Woolton Hill St Thomas
Church of England Diocese: Winchester
SU 46 SW EAST WOODHAY
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 126.96.36.199 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.
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