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Ivy Bank and the End House

A Grade II Listed Building in Milford on Sea, Hampshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.7281 / 50°43'41"N

Longitude: -1.5967 / 1°35'48"W

OS Eastings: 428560

OS Northings: 92126

OS Grid: SZ285921

Mapcode National: GBR 672.C3Q

Mapcode Global: FRA 77J5.5R9

Entry Name: Ivy Bank and the End House

Listing Date: 3 January 1979

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1238160

English Heritage Legacy ID: 415551

Location: Milford-on-Sea, New Forest, Hampshire, SO41

County: Hampshire

District: New Forest

Civil Parish: Milford-on-sea

Built-Up Area: Milford on Sea

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire

Church of England Parish: Milford-on-Sea All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Winchester

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Listing Text


1.
5235 VINEGAR HILL
MILFORD-ON-SEA
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Ivy Bank and
The End House
SZ 2892 10/553

II

2.
Early C19. (Ivy Bank said to be of 1827, the End House slightly later). Forms
one L-shaped building. Ivy Bank forms the southern part of the L. Colourwashed brick, hipped tiled roof, wide eaves soffit with paved brackets. Large rear stacks. 2 storeys. 4 windows. Symmetrical facade, the centre 2 bays recessed with ground floor trellised verandah which has tented roof and 3 decorative open iron piers. Outer ground floor windows, early to mid C.19 canted full height bays with tented roofs. let floor has sashes with glazing bars. Rear facade irregular with single storey outshuts; also generally sashes with glazing bars.
The End House forms the north arm of the L; joined to rear of east side of.Ivy Bank. Materials as Ivy Bank, but slate roof. 2 storeys. 2 windows. last facade has 2 full height ground floor canted bays (including 1 in outshut) otherwise generally sashes and casements with glazing bars. At rear, 6-panelled door with moulded architrave in angle of "L".
The building is said to have been the home of Sir Nicholas Tindall from 1842 to 1846. He was the local Chief Justice of Common Pleas and the End House contained the Court Room and Ante-Room, the former containing a circular stained glass window with heraldic designs.


Listing NGR: SZ2906891804

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