G ASKEW

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1302441

Date first listed: 01-Sep-1987

Statutory Address: G ASKEW, BANK STREET

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: G ASKEW, BANK STREET

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

County: Hampshire

District: Winchester (District Authority)

Parish: Bishops Waltham

National Grid Reference: SU 55466 17558

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Details

BISHOPS WALTHAM BANK STREET - NORTH SIDE SU 55 17 9/31 G Askew II

A range of low buildings, comprising two dwellings, including former shops. C16 timber frame, once separated from a C17 timber frame, with early C19 joining of the parts, as well as rear extensions and recladding, with mostly late C19 features. Walls of painted brickwork, east side of blue headers with red quoins and flat arch. Tile roof, the east end indicating its once separate origin as a half-hipped roof with lower eaves (and now with two C20 hipped dormers). The south front elevation shows a long low building of three sections; two-storeys and one storey and attic, 2.1:2 windows. Victorian sashes and casements, two small shopfronts with attached doorways. One plain door at the west side, a carriage entrance in the middle, and side door to the east unit. At the west end the wall masks a timber-frame jettied to two faces with a dragon beam (the elevation to St Peter's Street exposing framing at a corner): at the east end the former separate unit has framing exposed in the gables. The rear yard has a variety of extensions and outshots, of diminutive scale, with walls of brick- work and some boarding, and the roof brought to a low eaves in the middle part.

Listing NGR: SU5563917518

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 146039

Legacy System: LBS

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