Owslebury Treasures (8 of 8)

Reproduced with the kind permission of Hampshire County Council

Description and Date Remarks Protection Grid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Coach Cottage, Baybridge. Methodist. Brick. Converted to garage. SU 526 233
2630 22
Marwell Hall. Altered 1816. Probably originally the Episcopal Manor House. Granted to Sir Henry Seymour at the suppression of colleges and chantries and altered by him 1551; some C.14 work. Royal Coat of Arms. Associated with Henry VIII, Jane Seymour, Edward VI, Charles II. Set in valley. Beautifully wooded park. O.S.A. No. SU52 SW5. SU 508 217
2630 17
The Cricketers. 2 storeys. L-shaped plan. Rendered brick walls. Slate roof. Sliding sash windows. Stable of brick and clapboard, with slate roof. SU 515 239
2630 106
Well House In grounds of Marwell Hall. 2 storeyed hexagonal building of Tudor brick. Now contains a pump engine. O.S.A. No. SU52 SW5. SU 508 217
2630 101
Group E – Street Patterns, Street Furniture and Open Spaces
Signpost Top of Crabb’s Hill. Probably C.18. SU 518 237
2630 34
Milestone East side of road. Just before land overlooking Chilcomb Range. N.P. Act
SU 503 271
2630 35
Milestone Foot of Morestead Hill at entrance to Orchard House. N.P. Act
SU 509 256
2630 36
Milestone Entrance to Bottom Pond Farm. SU 521 246
2630 37
Cricket Down Owslebury Cricket Ground. Used for cricket for up to 150 years. Recreation ground and sports pavilion. SU 521 239
2630 98
Group F – Historical or Literary Associations
Tower Windmill Site of new school. Demolished 1960. O.S.A. No. SU52 SW(M) (1). SU 513 235
2630 38
Windmill (Site) At rea r of 0 Id M i I I Sto res. O.S.A. No. SU52 SW(M) (2). Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 21, 1960, p. 109. SU 516 236
2630 39
Buildings South of Thompson’s Lane. Hangars from World War II aerodrome, several in woods on north side of airfield. SU 505 212
2630 99A
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