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The Old Parsonage

A Grade II* Listed Building in Long Sutton, Hampshire

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Latitude: 51.2209 / 51°13'15"N

Longitude: -0.9427 / 0°56'33"W

OS Eastings: 473935

OS Northings: 147384

OS Grid: SU739473

Mapcode National: GBR C8L.GG8

Mapcode Global: VHDXZ.MK0Y

Entry Name: The Old Parsonage

Listing Date: 8 July 1952

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1339896

English Heritage Legacy ID: 136822

Location: Long Sutton, Hart, Hampshire, RG29

County: Hampshire

District: Hart

Civil Parish: Long Sutton

Built-Up Area: Long Sutton (Hart)

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire

Church of England Parish: Long Sutton All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Winchester

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Listing Text

(North Side)

11/36 The Old Parsonage


- II*

C16, C 17, C18, and modern. Large timber-framed house with later cladding
(on 2 sides) and additions. 2 storeys and attic, irregular fenestration.
The north-south structure has a cross wing at the north end which projects
on the east side, in the middle on the east side a staircase wing projects
further as a narrower structure, the space between the two gabled structures
containing the entrance. To the south of the staircase block and on the
north side there are massive Tudor stacks, with rectangular bases supporting
triple separate diagonal flues. Red tile roofing, the cladding to the
south gable. High gabled dormer on the east side, stacks have a roof link
to the main roof. The framing is exposed on the east side (north of the
stack) and in the gables on the west side, with red brick infill. Other
walling is in red brickwork in Flemish bond, on the west and south sides,
the south side of the east elevation, and on the more recent extensions;
blue headers occur on the south gable above a plinth. The west elevation,
below the timber-framed gables, is C 18 and has a 1st floor band, plinth,
a pilaster at the south side and a pilaster on each side of a doorway.
Casements throughout. Old door frames, enclosing 3-pane fanlights, boarded
doors. Three modern single-storeyed extensions occur at the north end
of the building, of brick and tile. Within the house, there is a Tudor
fireplace, a panelled screen dividing the main ground-floor area, old doors,
and a small cellar. To the north of the house are 3 small detached sheds,
having steep tiled roofs and bricknogged timber-frames.

Listing NGR: SU7391647347

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