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Walled Gardens, Cottages, Greenhouses and Tower to South West of Tylney Hall

A Grade II* Listed Building in Rotherwick, Hampshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.2909 / 51°17'27"N

Longitude: -0.9848 / 0°59'5"W

OS Eastings: 470887

OS Northings: 155130

OS Grid: SU708551

Mapcode National: GBR B6F.3T7

Mapcode Global: VHDXK.WT78

Entry Name: Walled Gardens, Cottages, Greenhouses and Tower to South West of Tylney Hall

Listing Date: 16 March 1984

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1244656

English Heritage Legacy ID: 449942

Location: Rotherwick, Hart, Hampshire, RG27

County: Hampshire

District: Hart

Civil Parish: Rotherwick

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire

Church of England Parish: Heckfield with Mattingley and Rotherwick

Church of England Diocese: Winchester

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Listing Text

SU 75 NW ROTHERWICK CP -

4/219 Walled gardens, cottages,
greenhouses and tower to
16.3.84 south-west of Tylney Hall
GV II*

Walled gardens, cottages, greenhouses and tower. One greenhouse possibly circa
1851, reputedly moved from the Great Exhibition, Kensington. Remainder 1899-1904,
the tower and cottages against outer garden wall by Robert Weir Schultz, the rest
by R. Selden Wornum. Eastern walled garden: Red brick walls ten feet high,
encompassing area 60 yards by forty, (approx.), with stone copings. Coped
crow-stepped gables to arches with triple keystones. Greenhouse on north side,
c. 1851, on red brick plinth. Glazed with frame part wood and part cast-iron.
5 ranges with lower ranges flanking centre. Central range with decorative ridge
cresting and projecting hipped and bowed porch; this range probably the only
original part, small gabled shed outside south-west corner of wall. Western
walled garden: Red brick walls ten feet high, encompassing area 60 yards by 40,
(approx.), with stone copings. Coped crow-stepped gables to arches with triple
keystones. Red brick tower at north-west corner of stripped Central European
gothic silhouette, by Schultz. Windows at various levels with open loggia at
top stage under steep pyramidally-hipped bellcast roof on timber supports.
Projecting octagonal stair-turret on west side. Tower flanked by low range to left
with irregular fenestration and octagonal cupola, inside and against west wall of
garden and by low range to right, inside and against north wall. This range with
symmetrical 1½ storey gardeners' cottages with two cross-gables and verandah on
timber poles between. Jettied gables with oriels below jetties. Smaller
cross-gabled cottage to either side the whole arrayed symmetrically. Pair of
red brick gate-piers with stone cornices and ball-finials, to rear of north
range linking with red brick wall of north garden. North garden: Red brick wall
with moulded stone coping on north-east side, with gabled stone shed along inside
flank, open to right as cart-sheds, low and with timber supports. Wall continues
at right-angles to west for ten yards to a second pair of gate-piers with stone
cornices and ball-finials.


Listing NGR: SU7179856031

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

Description

SU 75 NW ROTHERWICK CP -

4/219 Walled gardens, cottages,
greenhouses and tower to
16.3.84 south-west of Tylney Hall
GV II*

Walled gardens, cottages, greenhouses and tower. One greenhouse possibly circa
1851, reputedly moved from the Great Exhibition, Kensington. Remainder 1899-1904,
the tower and cottages against outer garden wall by Robert Weir Schultz, the rest
by R. Selden Wornum. Eastern walled garden: Red brick walls ten feet high,
encompassing area 60 yards by forty, (approx.), with stone copings. Coped
crow-stepped gables to arches with triple keystones. Greenhouse on north side,
c. 1851, on red brick plinth. Glazed with frame part wood and part cast-iron.
5 ranges with lower ranges flanking centre. Central range with decorative ridge
cresting and projecting hipped and bowed porch; this range probably the only
original part, small gabled shed outside south-west corner of wall. Western
walled garden: Red brick walls ten feet high, encompassing area 60 yards by 40,
(approx.), with stone copings. Coped crow-stepped gables to arches with triple
keystones. Red brick tower at north-west corner of stripped Central European
gothic silhouette, by Schultz. Windows at various levels with open loggia at
top stage under steep pyramidally-hipped bellcast roof on timber supports.
Projecting octagonal stair-turret on west side. Tower flanked by low range to left
with irregular fenestration and octagonal cupola, inside and against west wall of
garden and by low range to right, inside and against north wall. This range with
symmetrical 1½ storey gardeners' cottages with two cross-gables and verandah on
timber poles between. Jettied gables with oriels below jetties. Smaller
cross-gabled cottage to either side the whole arrayed symmetrically. Pair of
red brick gate-piers with stone cornices and ball-finials, to rear of north
range linking with red brick wall of north garden. North garden: Red brick wall
with moulded stone coping on north-east side, with gabled stone shed along inside
flank, open to right as cart-sheds, low and with timber supports. Wall continues
at right-angles to west for ten yards to a second pair of gate-piers with stone
cornices and ball-finials.


Listing NGR: SU7179856031

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