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Cottage 30 Metres South of Old School at Turmer

A Grade II Listed Building in Ellingham, Harbridge and Ibsley, Hampshire

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Latitude: 50.8861 / 50°53'9"N

Longitude: -1.8044 / 1°48'15"W

OS Eastings: 413856

OS Northings: 109639

OS Grid: SU138096

Mapcode National: GBR 53K.6NQ

Mapcode Global: FRA 763R.NVP

Plus Code: 9C2WV5PW+C6

Entry Name: Cottage 30 Metres South of Old School at Turmer

Listing Date: 6 March 1986

Last Amended: 12 March 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1095011

English Heritage Legacy ID: 143626

ID on this website: 101095011

Location: Turmer, New Forest, Hampshire, BH24

County: Hampshire

District: New Forest

Civil Parish: Ellingham, Harbridge and Ibsley

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire

Church of England Parish: Hyde with Ellingham and Harbridge

Church of England Diocese: Winchester

Tagged with: Cottage Thatched cottage

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4/9 Cottage 30 metres
south of Old School
at Turmer


Pair of cottages, now one. Late C18, altered; made into one late C19-early C20.
Brick in irregular bond (4 or 5 stretchers to 1 header) store-bay timber-framed
with weatherboard cladding on brick plinth; roof of long straw over heather thatch.
1½ storeys; 3 bays with added 4th store bay at left end. Two board doors with
small window between and wider windows outside, all openings with segmental
header-brick arches and the windows with small-pane wooden casements, 3 similar
windows above having eyebrow dormers and the one on the left with a section
of weatherboarding on the right side. Store bay, on left, has ledged board
door. Roof half-hipped at right end, hipped on left and coming down low over
store bay. Brick stacks at ends of house. Rear: some brick patching; a central
single light window. Right return: ivy-covered, but one single-light window
to gable. Interior: on ground floor brick and tile floors; spine-beam with
run-out chamfer in right-hand room; and fireplaces with mantleshelves on long
brackets and mid C19 iron fires (a Coalbrookdale-type range in left room, a
turf hob oven by Joseph Arnfield of Ringwood, 1860, in right room), that in
left room having a boiler on one side and a bread oven on the other, each in
a cupboard. A steep wooden winder stair against each end wall, that on right
with run-out chamfer to newel post, each with a plain balustrade at top. Board
doors with H, L and cockshead hinges and C19 ironmongery, that at foot of left
stair with viewing hole, that next to right-hand fireplace a reused C17 panelled


4/9 Cottage 30m south of old
school at Turmer
6.3.86 (formerly listed as No 25
Turmer (Cottage South of
II former County Primary School))
Cottage. C18. Brick, thatched roof and weatherboarded store. 1½ storey, 3 bay
with 4th store bay at one end. Front has planked door between bays. 2-light
casement in end bays and small central light. Over three 2-light eyebrow dormers.
Store has door. Roof hipped, stacks at each end of domestic part.

Listing NGR: SP2037004140

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