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Latitude: 50.9321 / 50°55'55"N
Longitude: -1.0821 / 1°4'55"W
OS Eastings: 464598
OS Northings: 115141
OS Grid: SU645151
Mapcode National: GBR BBK.H74
Mapcode Global: FRA 86MN.27W
Entry Name: The Old Vicarage
Listing Date: 24 September 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1096232
English Heritage Legacy ID: 146521
Location: Hambledon, Winchester, Hampshire, PO7
Civil Parish: Hambledon
Built-Up Area: Hambledon
Traditional County: Hampshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire
Church of England Parish: Hambledon St Peter and St Paul
Church of England Diocese: Portsmouth
SU 6415 HAMBLEDON VICARAGE LANE
16/23 The Old Vicarage
House. Late C18, with alterations and extensions of the mid C19 and late C19.
Front wall of brickwork in Flemish bond, plinth, rubbed flat arches, 1st floor band,
upper walls (late C19) of Flemish Garden Wall bond, with brick dentil eaves and
ornamental Dutch gables with curved and moulded verges, curving kneelers and
pedimented caps: other walls of Flemish Garden Wall bond and also of flint with
brick dressings (rubbed flat arches, quoins), some-cambered arches; stone cills.
Tile roof, late C19 octagonal flues (2 & 4) on rectangular bases. A house of
several phases, beginning as a standard C18 house with a symmetrical south front
of two storeys and attic three windows: a central sash remains and below it the
arched opening of the doorway, with a flight of stone steps: the side windows are
early C19 sashes and one (north side) French window: the attic section was re-
built in the late C19 with gables at each side and a central dormer with pediment:
a porch was also added, with a gable of similar ornamental design. The east
elevation (from south to north) shows the three main phases of development, of
two storeys, 3.3.2 windows, each part having slightly different details, but the
roof part all of the late C19. The north and west elevations are irregular, with
lower service wings at the west side: walls of flint as well as brick, with
altered features. The interior is Georgian in character, with the remains of the
original staircase, and there is an interior waterpump of early C19 date.
Listing NGR: SU6459815141
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