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Statutory Address:

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

Winchester (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SU 42679 34792


SU 4234 CRAWLEY CRAWLEY (South Side)

11/15 Little Court


House. Early C18, and early C19. Brick walls, tile and slate roof. A cottage farmhouse of 1 storey and attic, to which has been attached on the west side a large 2-storeyed block in late-Regency style. The front (north) of the early C19 part has at the west side a projecting wing with wide pilasters at each side and a late C19 casement above a similar splayed bay, the east side has the entrance in the corner (with a small late C19 window above) and there is a large arched staircase window: the rear elevation of this part is symmetrical, of 3 windows, with a 1st floor cill band and cement plinth. The low-pitched hipped slate roof has a wide eave with a plain fascia and coupled carved brackets. Brick walls in Flemish bond. The rear windows are Victorian sashes to the 1st floor, with one late C19 casement and 2 early C19 French windows to the ground-floor. The front door has a moulded canopy on carved brackets and 4-panelled door. The early C19 block is double pile, with a small outshot at the west side; the lower early C18 part continues the front wall and has a courtyard at the rear. The steep tile roof is ½-hipped at the east end and there is a small hipped dormer to the front and a large gabled one at the rear; windows are casement. Further to the east are 2 small projecting service blocks (now garages) with hipped slate roofs and brick walls. The forecourt boundary has flint walls, but the central part has cast-iron rails above a low wall (of brick with a stone capping) with, at the east side, 2 piers (now cemented) and a cast-iron gate. Within, there is a fine oak staircase

Listing NGR: SU4286234790


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 12 Oct 2002
Reference: IOE01/09067/18
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Simon Tibble. Source Historic England Archive
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