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IoE Number: 139320
Photographer: Mr J Wilson
Date Photographed: 22 October 2005
Date listed: 16 May 1966
Date of last amendment: 16 May 1966
Grade II*

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In the entry for; SU 5149 OVERTON CHURCH ROAD Court Farmhouse 6/2 16.5.66 II GV The entry shall be amended to read ; SU 5149 OVERTON CHURCH ROAD Court Farmhouse 6/2 16.5.66 II* GV Farmhouse and courthouse to the Bishop of Winchester, now house, and attached former outbuilding. lst half C16; early C18; late C18, and early C19. Timber frame with plastered wattle and daub infill, part replaced by brick infill, entrance (south) elevation of red brick in header bond, otherwise mostly in Flemish bond, with blue headers to left return. Some flint. Concrete tiles to roof with clay tiles to attached former outbuildings. 2 storeys; partial cellar to front range. Rear (north) range the former farmhouse of 3 bays, comprising probably parlour, open hall (at centre) and services; the right bay rebuilt as a bakehouse and store late C18; and a narrow ½-bay added at left end. Projecting southwards from this range is the former courthouse wing. This was separately framed, but the two ranges are linked, it was originally of 4 bays with a cross-passage at north end. In the early C18 the southernmost bay was truncated and the whole refronted, incorporating a 3 x 3 bay addition on the east (right-hand) side. Linked to the west side of this range is a former outbuilding of the late C18/early C19. Entrance elevation : of 5 symmetrical bays. Plinth. Central pedimented bay projects slightly and has stuccoed doorcase with a plain entablative, attached half-octagonal columns, architrave, and half-glazed door with glazing bars. Late C20 replacement 12 -pane sashes, on ground floor taller and with keyed gauged flat brick arches. Moulded eaves. Hipped roof'with tall external stack on left.Left return has 3 1st floor windows as before and single-storey link to outbuilding, which is of 1½ storeys, 3 bays, and has board door on left; 3 light window to centre; blocked window to right with small window over. Stepped dentilled eaves; and gabled window rising from eaves on left roof hipped on right. Rear (north range); timber frame exposed; with square panels and various small-pane windows. Left bay is of header-bond brick with stepped dentillec eaves, and projecting single-storey outbuilding roof hipped at left end. Stack forward of ridge between left bays, and to rear of ridge at right end. Right gable end has segmental-arched board door and window on ground floor; 3 windows on lst floor, that at centre blind; and blind window above Interior: rear (north range); timber frame has jowelled wall posts; large arch braces; chamfered wall plates; studs; chamfered beams, at left end with hollow stops; joists; floor boards and partition wall between left - hand bays. C16 roof survives over left-hand bays, sooted over former open hall, having collared queen post trusses with braces from tie-beams, to principal rafters and queen struts rising from the collars; 2 tiers of purlins and curved and reverse-curved wind-braces; old rafters. Right -hand bay has queen-strut trusses, 2 tiers of butt purlins and old rafters. C18 doors; architraves, cupboards; raised and fielded panelling in ground-floor left room; stair; with column-on-vase balasters and columnar newels with ball finials to landing balustrade; and fireplace with 2 bread ovens in right-hand bay. Front wing; the timber framing is more concealed, but on ground floor at rear is original, chamfered, Tudor-arched doorway with sunk spandrels and old board door; chamfered beams; and roof structure as over rear range but with chamfered and stopped purlins. C18 features include panelling; old doors, shutters and architraves; plaster cornices; fireplaces; and fine stair with purlinated closed string, vase balusters on tall plinths, fluted columnar newels, ramped and moulded handrail, and panelled dado. The former outbuilding has brick floor; chamfered cross-beams stair with stick balusters and polygonal finials, and open arch-braced roof trusses. See report by Mr E. Roberts, Hampshire Buildings Recording Group. ------------------------------------ 1. 5229 OVERTON CHURCH ROAD 1. SU 5149 16.5.66 Court Farmhouse 6/2 II GV 2. C17, C18, early C19. T-shaped block with a cross-wing attached to the foot. Tile roofing. The oldest northern part has bricknogged timber-framing and brick gables (in English bond) and the link block is brick faced with upper sashes above casements and a massive shafted stack. The main (south) elevation (of the last period) is symmetrical, of 2 storeys, 2.1.2 windows. Ripped tile roofs, eaves moulding (passing over the slightly-projecting centrepiece as a pediment). Colourwashed brick walling in header bond, rubbed flat arches with stone keys, stone cills, plinth. Sashes in exposed frames. Stucco 'Gothick' doorcase, with a plain entablature, attached with a plain entablature, attached ½-octagonal columns, architrave, ½-glazed door.

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