In 1959, the Government recognized the need for protecting our Heritage by listing buildings of Historical Significance. Today there are over 370,000 listed buildings in England. These range from Roman Palace remains to Victorian factories & even thatched boundary walls! In Dorset alone there are 9,906 listed buildings; a total unequalled by 2/3rds of the other counties of England. Bere Regis has 55 listed buildings; including the Grade I listed Parish Church.

The listings were compiled under a Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (RCHM). They have since been amalgamated into English Heritage who have renamed them the National Monuments Record.

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Parish Church of St John the Baptist



Grade I

Parish Church. Pre-Conquest origin, largely rebuilt in C12. Further enlarged in C13, C14, C15, C16. Restored c 1875, G E Street - Architect. Nave of 5 bays, north and south aisles, chancel, west tower, south porch.

Tower C16, of 3 stages, of stone and flint chequer work Inset angle buttresses, with pinnacles, finishing below parapet. Projecting octagonal stair turret on north- west. Battlemented parapet, with pinnacles. Top stage has 3-light windows with pierced stone infil panels Second stage has a 2-light window in west wall flanked by canopied niches.

West door has 4-centred arch and carved spandrils. Nave and aisle roofs of lead. South aisle, part rebuilt in C19, has lower walls of stone and flint banding - upper walls of brick and flint. Windows with reticulated tracery. Eastern window, of 5-lights in 3-centred arch - C16. South porch c 1875, of brick and flint banding has stone slate roof with coped gable. Waggon-type roof. 2 fire-hooks fixed over inner door.

Chancel - C15, has rough ashlar walls. 3-light windows with Perpendicular tracery. East window contains some C13 material - reset in C19. Chancel roof stone slated, with coped gables. Angle buttresses to chancel. North aisle C14, rebuilt in C19 - re-using original windows.

Walls of stone and flint banding. Square-headed 3-light windows. Doorway with moulded 2-centred arch. Internally, 3 centre bays of north aisle, early C12, have circular piers, plain caps and plain pointed arches of 2 orders. Corresponding bays of south arcade, late C12, have carved caps and chevron moulding to arches. Eastern bays originally led into transepts - now incorporated in aisles. West bays, C13 - an extension of the original church. Tower arch C15, with panelled soffits. Chancel arch C14, of 2 orders. Squints each side of chancel arch. Chancel roof C19 - of 4-centred waggon form. Good late C16 canopied table - tomb in north wall. East end of south aisle - Turberville chapel,con- tains 2 similar monuments and one earlier tomb recess west of these.

Late C15 nave roof, of arch-braced tie-beam form with king and queen posts and mock hammer-beams incorporating figures of the apostles. Carved bosses to tie-beams - all members much enriched. Repaired and re-coloured c 1875 and in C20. North aisle has C15 lean-to roof. Nave pews incorporate re-used C16 carved ends. Font C12, with interlaced arcading.

A church of great interest - the nave roof outstanding. RCHM Monument 1. Listed on 20th NOV 1959


West Street

This street has 18 listed buildings - choose from the menu below

 

 




Nos 59 & 60



Grade II

Pair of terraced cottages. Probably C18. Walls, lower part of brick, upper parts tile-hung, with some ornamental tiling. End wall roughcast. Thatched roofs, brick end and centre stacks. One storey and attics. Entrances at rear. On front elevation, ground floor has 3 casement windows with horizontal glazing bars. Evidence of earlier blocked openings. Attic has 3 ½-dormers with casements with glazing bars. Dormers at rear have remains of lead lights. RCHM Monument 8. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984


No 72

© Mr James Loxton

Grade II

End terrace cottage on corner of Butts Lane. Mainly C19 - possibly earlier origin. Walls part brick, part pebble-dash. Thatched roof, brick end stack. 2 storeys. Front wall buttressed. C20 glazed door. One casement window on each floor. Elevation to Butts Lane, of one storey and attic, has brick walls, tiled roof and brick end stack. C20 casement windows. Included for group value. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984



Woodbury Cottage (No 74)

a

Grade II

Terraced cottage - part used as shop. Probably C18. Roughcast walls, thatched roof, brick end stacks. 2 C20 glazed doors and C20 shop front. Ground floor also has 2 casement windows with horizontal glazing bars. First floor has 3 casement windows with glazing bars. Single-storey extension to east, a former outbuilding, now part of shop, has brick walls and tiled roof. C20 glazed door and shop window in this section. RCHM Monument 7. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984

 

 



No 75

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Terraced cottage. Probably C18. Walls, lower part plastered, upper part brick, thatched roof, brick end stacks. 2 storeys. C20 flush door. Ground floor has 2 double-hung sash windows with glazing bars. First floor has 2 C20 casement windows. Single-storey outbuilding on west, linked to that of No 74, has plastered walls and tiled roof, and one double-hung sash window. Included for group value. RCHM Monument 6. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984



No 83

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS
Grade II

End house of terrace. C18. Walls, lower part plastered, upper part brick, with dentil cornice. Tiled roof with stone eaves courses and moulded coped gables, brick end stack. 2 storeys and attic. Panelled door under flat hood on shaped brackets. Ground floor has a canted bay window with hipped slate roof and double-hung sashes. First floor has 2 double-hung sash windows and one blocked window. RCHM Monument 5. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984





The Post Office (No 85A) & A C Morse & Son (No 85)

© Mr James Loxton

Grade II

Pair of shops - possibly originally one house. C17 (RCHM). Rough east walls, hipped thatched roof, central brick stack. Post Office has C20 shop front with panelled door. First floor has 2 double-hung sash windows with centre glazing bars. No 85 has a central part-glazed door and 2 C20 shop windows. First floor has 2 double-hung sash windows with glazing bars. RCHM Monument 4. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984

 

 


The Drax Arms, including
the attached stable at rear

a

Grade II

Public House. C18 origin, altered in mid-C19. Roughcast walls with smooth plastered quoins. Tiled roof; half-hipped at west end. Roughcast stacks - one at east gable, one rising from front eaves. 2 storeys and attic. Ground floor has one part-glazed door under gabled hood on brackets. One similar door under flat hood, continuous over adjoining canted bay window. One similar bay window - both with double-hung sashes. One 3-light double-hung sash window. First floor has 3 double-hung sash windows. Attic has one hipped dormer with casements. Projecting rear wing at west end, of brick, part plastered, and tiled roof. At east end, a C19 single-storey projecting rear wing, of brick and tile, links the main block to a C19 former stable - brick with slate roof, of one storey and attic. Plain ledged door with loft door over, under gabled dormer. Included for group value. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984

 

 

No 87

© Mr James Loxton


Grade II

Attached house. C18. Plastered walls, with brick dentil cornice, tiled roof with coped gable at west end, brick end stacks. Double-pile plan with parallel gabled roofs. 2 storeys and attic. Panelled door under small hood on shaped brackets. Ground floor has 3 double-hung sash windows. First floor has 4 similar windows -3 with glazing bars. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984

 




The Central Stores (No 88)

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Attached house, used as a shop. C18. Plastered walls, with brick dentil cornice. Tiled ½-hipped roof, brick end stack. L-shaped plan. 2 storeys and attic. C20 shop front. First floor has 3 C20 casement windows. Attic has 2 hipped dormers with casements with glazing bars. 2 storeyed rear wing of brick with tiled roof. RCHM Monument 3. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984




No 89

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS
Grade II

Detached cottage. C18. Brick walls, with dentil cornice. Hipped tiled roof, withstone eaves courses, brick stack at rear. L-shaped plan. 2 storeys. Entrance at rear. Ground floor - at front - has 2 canted bay windows under a continuous slate pentice roof, with double-hung sashes. First floor has 2 double-hung sash windows. 2-storeyed rear wing, and a single-storey rear lean-to, all of brick with tiled roofs. RCHM Monument 2. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984

 



No 90

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

End house of terrace. Probably C18. Roughcast walls, tiled roof, brick end stacks. 2 storeys. Central panelled door under canopy on shaped brackets. Ground floor has 2 double-hung sash windows with glazing bars (one recently altered). First floor has 4 double-hung sash windows with glazing bars. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959




Nos 91 & 92

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Centre and end houses of terrace - one now a shop. Probably C18. Brick walls, tiled roof, brick end and centre stacks. panelled door under canopy on shaped brackets. In No 91, ground floor has one double-hung sash window. First floor has 2 similar windows, all with segmental heads, and centre blind window. Attic has one hipped dormer with casements with glazing bars. Shop has 2 C19 shop windows and 3 double-hung sashes on first floor, with segmental heads. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959. Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984

 




The Royal Oak Inn,
including attached stable
range on south

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Public House, on corner site. Early C19. Walls part brick, part roughcast - all colour washed Tiled roof; brick end stacks - one roughcast. L-shaped plan. 2 storeys and attics, with basement in south wing. C20 door, under hood on shaped brackets. Ground floor has 2 3-light double-hung sash windows with glazing bars and segmental arches. First floor has 3 similar windows. Attic has 3 hipped dormers with casements with glazing bars. East elevation of south wing has 2 canted bay windows on ground floor and 2 double-hung sash windows on first floor. Attached single-storey stable range at rear of south wing, of brick, with tiled roof. RCHM Monument 10. Listed on 20th NOV 1959

 



The Cedars (No 26)
including attached boundary
walls on north-west

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Attached house. Early C19, extended to east in mid-C19. Plastered walls, with brick dentil cornice at eaves. Tiled roof, plastered end stacks. 2 storeys. C20 door in C20 classical style surround and hoof. Ground floor has 2 3-light windows with ornamental glazing - cast iron - and raised surrounds. First floor has 2 similar windows and one similar 2-light window above door. Late C19 extension has plastered walls and slate roof, and 2 casement windows on first floor. Internally, contemporary cut-string staircase has spandrel brackets and wreathed handrail. Attached boundary wall on north-west, plastered, with tiled capping, extending down Church Lane. An attractive Regency-style house. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959




No 34

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached house. Mid-C18. Brick walls, thatched roof, brick end stack. L-shaped plan. 2 storeys. Moulded panelled door under moulded hood. Ground floor has one double-hung sash window with glazing bars, and one inserted canted bay window with moulded cornice, and double-hung sashes with glazing bars. First floor has 3 double-hung sash windows. Internally, main ground floor boom has large open fireplace with timber lintol. RCHM Monument 13. Listed on 20th NOV 1959

 



Manor Farm House (No 35)

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached house. Early C18. Brick walls, mid-C20 concrete tiled roof, brick end stacks. 2 storeys. Ledged door in classical surround with moulded hood on shaped brackets. Ground floor has 3 double-hung sash windows. First floor has 4 similar windows. C19 rear wing, of brick, with slate roof. RCHM Monument 14. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984



No 40

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached cottage. Late C18 - early C19. Plastered walls, mid-C20 tiled roof, brick end stacks. 2 storeys. Central glazed door in timber surround with simple reeded pilasters and flat hood. Ground floor has 2 double-hung sash windows with vertical glazing bars. First floor has 3 similar windows. 2-storeyed rear wing, of brick, has tiled roof with some fish-scale tiling. Also a C20 single-storey extension. RCHM Monument 18. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984


North Street

© Mr James Loxton

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Townsend Farm House

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached farmhouse. Late C18, enlarged in C19. Brick walls - parts of west wall roughcast, tiled roof, brick stacks with oversailing caps. L-shaped plan. 2 storeys. Entrance in east gable wall. Main south elevation (facing Cow Drove) has 3 casement windows with glazing bars on each floor - ground floor windows segmental-headed. C19 single storey addition on north side of main south range. RCHM Monument 65. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984

 


Nos 6 and 7

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Pair of cottages - originally one house. Late C16-early C17 origin, enlarged in C18, further enlarged and divided in C19. Plastered cob walls on brick bases, hipped thatched roof, brick stacks. One storey and attics. One ledged door and one part-glazed door. Ground floor has 5 casement windows with glazing bars. Attic has remains of dormers with casements with glazing bars. Large open fireplaces - part blocked - and some exposed ceiling beams. Under repair at time of survey - 1983. RCHM Monument 24. Date listed : 25 MAY 1982. Date of last amendment : 25 MAY 1982


No 8

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Attached cottage. Late C16 - early C17. (RCHM) Roughcast walls with raised plaster quoins, thatched roof, brick end stacks. 2 storeys. C20 glazed door. Ground floor has 2 casement windows with glazing bars. First floor has 3 similar windows. Later 2-storeyed rear wing, of similar construction. Main ground floor room has large open fireplace with timber lintol. Some exposed ceiling beams. RCHM Monument 23. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984

No 14

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Attached cottage. C17, (RCHM) Walls part brick, part plastered cob. Thatched roof, hipped at south end, central brick stack. 3-room lobby entrance plan. 2 storeys. Central panelled door. Ground floor has 2 horizontally sliding sash windows with glazing bars. First floor has 2 similar windows under slight dormers. Evidence of large open fireplaces - now part blocked. RCHM Monument 21. Date listed : 24 MAR 1983. Date of last amendment : 24 MAR 1983




The Acorn (No 15)

© Mr James Loxton

Grade II

Detached cottage. At right angles to road. Late C17 - early C18. Brick walls, half-hipped thatched roof, brick stacks with oversailing caps. 2 storeys. Main south elevation has brick porch with tiled gabled roof and round arched opening Ground floor has three casement windows with glazing bars. First floor has two similar windows. Lean-to extension on east, of brick, with tiled roof. Main ground floor room has large open fireplace with timber lintol. RCHM Monument 20. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984. Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984


No 17

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

House with attached shop on south, on corner site. House late C17 - early C18. Walls, lower part brick, upper part plastered; thatched roof; brick end stacks. 2 storeys. Panelled door in recessed porch with raised plaster surround. Ground floor has one 3-light double-hung sash window, one double-hung sash window with glazing bars and one casement window. First floor has 4 horizontally sliding sash windows with lead lights. Shop probably early C19. Plastered walls, hipped slate roof, brick stack shared with house. West elevation has part-glazed panelled door in simple classical surround with flat pilasters and moulded hood. Adjoining this a C19 shop front with moulded pilasters and cornice, window with glazing bars. First floor has 2 casement windows with centre glazing bars. South elevation has similar shop front, and one casement window with glazing bars on first floor. RCHM Monument 19. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959. Date of last amendment : 20 NOV 1959

 



Apple Garth (No 18)

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS


Grade I I

Cottage attached to rear of No 17. Probably C18, may be of earlier origin. Plastered walls, thatched roof, brick end and centre stacks. 2 storeys. Panelled door under simple canopy. Ground floor has 2 casement windows with glazing bars and one small plain window. First floor has 3 casement windows with glazing bars. Single-storey extensions on north and east have plastered walls and slate roofs. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959. Date of last amendment : 20 NOV 1959

 

 

Nos 104 and 105

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Pair of cottages. C18 origin - converted from former stables in Cl9. (RCHM) Walls part brick, part roughcast, thatched roofs, brick end and centre stacks. 2 Storeys. No 104 has ledged door. 2 casement windows with glazing bars on each floor. No 105 has ledged door. Ground floor has 2 casement windows and one fixed window, all with glazing bars. Evidence of former doorway. First floor has 3 casement windows, 2 with glazing bars, under slight dormers. RCHM Monument 28. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984.




The Bower (No 9)

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II


Attached cottage. Late C16-early C17 (RCHM) extended and altered. Cob and brick, rendered, thatched roof. 2 storeys, 3 bays the left bay added and of brick. C20 door in open timber porch to right. The left bays each have a casement window with glazing bars (left one smaller); a similar window to 1st floor of central bay with a small 4-pane casement to its right. Hipped roof with decorative thatch ridge and brick ridge stack in line with door and another at left end. Left return (roadside gable) has recessed ground-floor window and wide 18-pane side- sliding sash above. Interior not inspected, but reported to have timber bressumer and beams in central room. Date listed : 20 OCT 1987


Blind Street

This street has 1 listed building

No 16

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached cottage. C17 origin, enlarged - probably in C18. Main range at right angles to road. Brick walls, south gable wall plastered, thatched roof, central brick stack. One storey and attic. Entrance in south gable. Part- glazed, panelled door. One casement window on ground floor and one in attic. West elevation has mainly C20 windows but one small window under eaves has remains of lead lights. Main ground floor room has large open fireplace with timber lintol. Some exposed ceiling beams. RCHM Monument 32. Listed on 20th NOV 1959


Butt Lane

This lane has 1 listed building

No 67

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached cottage. Probably C18. Walls, lower part brick, upper part plastered, front wall buttressed. Thatched roof, brick end stacks. 2 storeys. Brick porch with tiled lean-to roof and C20 door. 2 casement windows with centre glazing bars on each floor. RCHM Monument 30. Listed on 28th March 1984.


Barrow Hill

This area has 1 listed building

The Old School House

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Attached house. Early C18. (School founded in 1719 - RCHM) Brick walls, with plat band at first floor level, Slate roof, brick centre stack. 2 storeys. Porch with gabled slate roof and round-headed doorway, panelled door. Ground floor has one double-hung sash window and one C20 casement. First floor has 3 double-hung sash windows. RCHM Monument 29. Listed on 28th March 1984.


Southbrook

This area has 1 listed building

Court Farm Cottages,
including stable and granary

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Pair of cottages - formerly one house. On site of former Manor House and incorporating part of its outbuildings. Late C17 origin, enlarged in C18 and early C19. Walls - original section of rubble stone,later sections of brick, partly plastered. Tiled roofs, south gable with moulded brick coping and stone stack. Brick stacks in later sections. L-shaped plan. 2 storeys. West range - incorporating the earliest section - has C20 glazed door. Ground floor has one casement window with glazing bars and one C20 metal casement. First floor has 3 casement windows with glazing bars. C19 east wing has timber casements in north wall and metal casements in south wall. Cast iron pump on rear wall of west range. Interior modernised. Detached stable immediately adjoining east wing, of brick with tiled roof. Adjoining this, a C18 granary on staddle stones, of brick with ½-hipped tiled roof, - this appears on a drawing of 1786. RCHM Monument 33. Listed on 20th NOV 1959



Shitterton

Shitterton has 11 listed buildings - choose from the menu below

 

 



No. 3

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Semi-detached cottage. Probably C18. Brick walls, colour washed; thatched roof; brick end stacks. (One shared with No 4). 2 storeys. Ledged door. Ground floor has 2 casement windows, first floor 2 horizontally sliding sash windows - all with glazing bars. Cob boundary wall to road, east of the house. Listed on 20th Nov 1959.

 



No. 4

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Semi-detached cottage. Probably C18. Walls part plastered cob, part brick. Thatched roof; brick end stacks - one shared with No 3. 2 storeys. Ledged door. Ground and first floors each have 2 casement windows with glazing bars. Single-storey lean-to on north with corrugated iron roof. North ground floor room has large open fireplace with timber lintol. Listed on 20th Nov 1959.

 

 

Shitterton Farm House

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached farm house. Early C18, enlarged twice in C19 - small C20 addition on south. Brick walls, thatched roof. Brick stacks with oversailing caps. L-shaped plan. Original section of 2 stores and attic -later additions one storey and attic. Original section has plat band at first floor level. Brick porch in angle of house, with flat roof and ledged door. Second entrance in early C19 extension has ledged door in trellised porch. Entrance range has 3 casement windows on ground floor and one an first floor - all with glazing bars. Projecting wing, on north, has double-hung sash windows on ground floor and casements on first floor and attic gable - all with glazing bars. Internally, main ground floor room has large open fireplace with elliptical brick arch. Some chamfered ceiling beams. RCHM Monument 36. Listed on 20th Nov 1959.

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

In Addition - Formerly listed under "Barn just west of Sitterton Farmhouse". Stables now used as garage. Late C18 - early C19. Brick walls, slate roof. One storey and attic. Timber garage doors. One fixed window with glazing bars on ground floor. Loft door above this, under gabled dormer, with remains of sack hoist. Included for group value. RCHM Monument 36. Listed on 17th April 1975, last amendment 28th March 1984. Grade II also.

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

In Addition - Barn, attached on south to stables north-west of Shitterton Farm House. Probably C18. Brick walls, slate roof. East wall, buttressed, has plain cart entrance and slit windows. West wall has projecting cart porch with hipped roof. Included for group value. RCHM Monument 36. Listed on 28th March 1984. Grade II also.

 

 

Dairy Cottage (No 10)

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached house. Late C18, extended to north probably in early C19. Late C19 additions at rear. Walls part brick, part plastered, colour washed Thatched roof, hipped at north end. Brick end and centre stacks. One storey and attics. Entrance at rear. Ground floor has 5 casement windows with glazing bars. Attic has 2 ½-dormers and one window under eaves - all casements with glazing bars. RCHM Monument 39. Listed on 20th Nov 1959.

 

 

No.12

© Mr John Allen 2002

Grade II

Detached cottage. C17 origin, altered in C18 and C20. Pebble-dashed cob walls; thatched roof; brick end stacks. One storey and attics. Front wall buttressed. Glazed door. Ground floor has 4 casement windows with glazing bars. Attic has 2 -dormers and one window under eaves, all casements with glazing bars. C20 wing at rear has plastered walls and thatched roof. Main ground floor room has large open fireplace. RCHM Monument 35. Listed on 20th Nov 1959.

 

 

No. 17

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached cottage. Probably late C18. Roughcast walls; thatched roof, hipped at south end; brick end stack. 2 storeys. Roughcast porch with hipped thatched roof and ledged doors. Ground and first floor each have 2 casement windows with glazing bars. Lean-to car port on south has thatched roof on timber posts. RCHM Monument 37. Listed on 20th Nov 1959. Amended on 28th March 1984.

 

 

Honeycombe Cottage (No 18)

© Mr James Loxton

Grade II

Detached house. Originally a C16 3-bay open-hall house. Hall floored over and chimney inserted c1600, kitchen and outhouse added on east in C18. Walls of original section of stone and flint - part plastered. C18 additions of plastered cob. Half-hipped thatched roof. Brick stacks each end of original section and in C18block. One storey and attics. Brick porch with hipped thatched roof and panelled door. Ground floor has 2 horizontally sliding sash windows with glazing bars and small casement in blocked door opening. Attic has 3 dormers, 2 with glazing bars and one with remains of lead lights. Central dormer - above porch - has hipped roof. C18 block has 2 small casement windows. Roof of jointed cruck construction - shows signs of smoke-blackening for its full length. West ground floor room has 2 chamfered ceiling beams. Centre room has intersecting deep chamfered ceiling beams. East room has large open fireplace with timber lintol and jamb. Smaller open fireplace in C18 kitchen. RCHM Monument 34. Listed on 20th Nov 1959.

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

In Addition - Cob boundary wall with thatched capping. Probably C18. Listed on 28th March 1984. Grade II also.

 

 

Shitterton House boundary wall

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Probably C18. Cob boundary wall with thatched capping, incorporating a thatched summer house. Listed on 28th March 1984.


Roke

This area has 4 listed buildings - choose from the menu below

 

 



Roke Farm House, including
attached outbuilding on
north-west

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached farmhouse. C18, enlarged in Cl9. Brick walls, C20 tiled roof - replacing thatch; brick stacks. Irregular plan. 2 storeys. Entrance range has brick porch with slate gabled roof. Ground and first floors each have 2 casement windows with horizontal glazing bars. Projecting range south-east of this has, on ground floor, 2 double-hung sash windows with vertical glazing bars, under segmental arches. First floor has 2 similar windows, and one casement window. Attached single-storey outbuilding on north-west has brick walls and hipped tiled roof. RCHM Monument 44. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984

 



Boundary walls and gate
piers at Roke Farm

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade I I

Probably C18. Low front boundary wall of flint, with brick capping, and square brick gate piers with pyramidal stone caps. High brick wall at rear of house, enclosing the garden and meeting the front wall south-east of the house. Included for group value. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984

 

 


Roke Barn - 1250 m
west-north-west of Roke
Farm House

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached barn. C18. Weather boarded timber-framed walls on brick base; tiled roof. Projecting hipped cart porch on west side, flanked by lean-to extensions under cart slide roofs. Main roof of sling-brace construction. RCHM Monument 45.
Date listed : 28 MAR 1984

 



Barn at Roke Farm, 30 m
south of the house, including
attached granary/cartshed on
south

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Barn. C18. Brick walls. C20 tiled roof, replacing thatch. Elevation to road has projecting gabled cart porch, with weather boarded gable. Front wall buttressed. Some triangular dormers in roof. Open lean-to on left of porch, with slate roof, on timber posts. Roof structure renewed c1970. Attached to barn on south, a cart shed with granary over - probably early C19. Brick end wall, slate roof. Upper part of front wall weather boarded, lower part open, with timber posts. RCHM Monument 44. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959


Warren Road

This road has 1 listed building
Nos 136 and 137
(Warren House) (two cottages)

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached house, now divided into 2 cottages. C17 origin, enlarged in C19. L-shaped plan. Brick walls, partly plastered, hipped tiled roof, brick stacks. 2 storeys. Main front has glazed conservatory in centre. Ground floor has 2 casement windows with glazing bars. First floor has 3 similar windows. Entrance in (west) side wall. Lean-to extension on this side has plastered walls and tiled roof, with dormer. C20 single-storey extension at east end. One ground floor room has large open fireplace with bread oven - part built up. RCHM Monument 53. Listed on 28 MAR 1984


Hollow Oak

This area has 1 listed building


Nos 1 & 2


Grade II

Pair of cottages. Probably early C19. Pebble dashed walls, hipped thatched roofs, brick stacks. One storey and attics. Each cottage has a part-glazed door. Ground floors have 3 casement windows with glazing bars. Attics have 3 ½-dormers with similar casements. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984


Assorted Outlying Farms

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Lower Stockley Farmhouse

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached farmhouse. Late C18. Brick walls, tiled roof, central brick stack. 2 storeys. Panelled door in moulded surround with flat hood on shaped brackets. Second, ledged door. Ground floor has 2 double-hung sash windows with vertical glazing bars. First floor has one similar window. Several blocked windows. Single-storey lean-to extensions at each end. Internally, one open fireplace, reconstructed, retains a bread oven with door. RCHM Monument 58. Listed on 28th March 1984.

 

 

Barn at Philliols Farm

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Barn with later attached outbuildings. Dated, on west gable, 1748. Brick walls, buttressed, corrugated iron roof with coped gables. Projecting hipped cart porch on south. RCHM Monument 59. Listed on 28th March 1984.

 

 

 


Granary at Philliols Farm

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

(Formerly listed as 'Pigeon House at Philliols Farm'). Detached granary. C18. Brick walls, tiled roof with stone eaves courses and moulded coped gables. 2 storeys. Doors on ground floor with brick arches. Blocked opening on first floor of north gable. RCHM Monument 59. Date listed : 20 NOV 1959. Date of last amendment : 28 MAR 1984

 

 


Chamberlaynes Mill Farmhouse

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

House with attached water-mill. Mid Cl9 - the mill may be of earlier origin. L-shaped plan. House has brick walls in Flemish Bond with burnt headers. Low-pitched hipped slate roof, brick end stacks. 2 storeys. C20 glazed verandah at front. Central entrance door. Ground floor has one french door and one double-hung sash window with centre glazing bar under gauged brick arch. First floor has 3 similar sash windows. Mill - attached to house on south-west - has brick walls and slate roof. 2 storeys and attic. Casement windows with cast iron lights. Loft doors in gable end at first floor and attic levels. Added car port in angle between house and mill. Mill machinery survives. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984



Culeaze Farm House

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached farmhouse. Dated - on door frame, 1715. Brick walls, slate roof, brick end stacks. 2 storeys. Brick porch with gabled tiled roof and original ledged door. Ground floor has 2 metal casement windows. First floor has 3 similar windows. Plat band at first floor level. Single storey rear lean-to. RCHM Monument 51. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984

 

 



Robinswood Farm House

© Mr Ron Holmes ARPS

Grade II

Detached house. Probably early C17. Brick walls; roof part thatched, part tiled, with corbelled gables. Central brick stack. Thatched section of one storey and attic, tiled section 2-storeyed. C20 glazed thatched porch at end of thatched section. Ground floor has one casement window and one double-hung sash window, both with glazing bars. First floor has 2 casement windows with centre glazing bars. Entrance in end gable wall. Internally, one ground floor room has large open fireplace with bread oven and renewed timber lintol. Fireplace backing on to this has C18 moulded timber surround. Roof trusses have moulded principal rafters. Date listed : 28 MAR 1984

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