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

East Hampshire (District Authority)
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SU 77107 43697



4/22 Coldrey (formerly listed 31/07/63 as Coldrey House) II*

Large house, of several periods. Mid C16, with extension of c1700 and c1800. Brick walls, and tiled roof. A substantial timber-framed Tudor structure, with later cladding, was extended at the south side c1700, and further extended eastwards c1800 (forming an L-shaped block) to produce, with refronting of the west side a long south elevation. Regular south elevation of 2 storeys, windows. ½-hipped roof. Red brickwork in header bond, deep parapet with coping, recessed panels above most openings, plain plastered bond, rubbed flat arches, stone cills, plinth. Sashes in reveals, with wide French windows to the 4th and 8th bay. The west elevation, of 2 storeys and attic, has at its south side 2 massive gables, 1/2-hipped and tile-hung, with brickwork in English bond, plain pilasters to sides and centre (the latter to ground floor only), deep 1st floor band with quatrefoil recessed pattern, some rubbed flat arches, plinth, and indications of altered fenestration. This section has casements, and 2 sashes in reveals, and a C2O gabled porch with re-used timber for its frame. The north side (of the west elevation) has tile-hung upper walls, jettied above a moulded bressumer, and lower walls of English bond, casements (some with mullions and transoms), and a projecting wing at its north side, which on its north side has close studded exposed framing with herring-bone infill. This wing extends further forward as a single-storeyed block, with walls of brick and stone. The rear (east) shows gables of unequal projections, with tile hung walls and casements at the north side, a ½-hipped roof to the unit in the angle, which has brick walling and a tall arched staircase window, the southern unit (the east part of the south front) having malmstone ashlar walls with brick dressings and sash windows, The interior has a staircase (c1700) and a large Tudor brick fireplace.

Listing NGR: SU7711143692


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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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