Listed Buildings in Braishfield

There are a number of listed buildings in Braishfield, as follows:

Pitt FarmhouseKings Somborne Road2Farmhouse. C17 core, encased and extended C18. Timber-frame core, brick encasing, flint and brick addition, old plain tile roof. 3 bay and smoke bay C17 part encased C18 with bay added to R early C19 with later wing behind, 11/2 storey. Front has C20 pent-roofed brick porchto central smoke bay. In L 2 bays 3-light casement, 3-light casement in R of centre bay, 2-light casement in R bay. Gabled 2-light dormer over L bay and R centre bay. Roof half-hipped with stack above smoke bay and at L end of ridge. At L end C20 single storey bay.
Pond Cottages Nos 1-4Braishfield Road2L shaped row of cottages C18 and early C19 extended C20. Brick and old plain tile roof range, rendered cob and thatched roof. End onto road 4 bay brick wing with on side of far bay, 4 bay cob wing with 2 bays added to end C20. Brick range (Nos. 1 and 2) with 12-pane sashes at end and on side of road bay segmental head opening filled with blue brick openings. 1st floor 2-light segmental head casement in next bay, and 2-light segmental head casement in 3rd bay with 2-light casement in blocked door
Fairbournes Farm HouseBraishfield Road2Detached farmhouse. Possibly mediaeval origins, but earliest surviving parts c1680 and early C18. Red brick, partly in Flemish Bond, partly in header bond; hipped plain clay tiled roofs using bonnets to hips; brick chimney stacks, the westernmost rendered. Double roof plan, set at right angles to road and some distance from it; main facade faces south. Two storeys with attic, 4 bays. West end the earlier, featuring small brick band courses and obvious join with C18 remainder; windows of cast iron lattice pattern with margins, C19 inserts, 2- and 3-lights, with no window upper bay 2; both bay 1 windows and the remainder at first floor level have flat half-brick shoulder arches, the remaining ground floor windows have slightly segmental arches which were intended to serve earlier, narrower windows; to bay 3 a 6-flush-panel entrance door set in late C19 brick and glazed porch with tiled roof, with timber pilasters remaining of an earlier door surround; between bays 1/2 and 3/4 are small lead-flat roofed dormer windows with slated cheeks, the single lights diamond-paned. West elevation ivy covered; outbuildings this end, some with slated roofs and some with hipped tiled leanto roofs. On east gable a small earlier C20 single storey bay window under hipped roof. North elevation has a slated leanto with pitched-roof porch, and two 2-light small-pane steel casements to first floor. Interior mostly of late C18 and early C20 character; curved beam over fireplace (blocked) at east end; attic has one early partition, and roof frame has collar trusses with clasped purlins.

The site formed one of the boundaries to Michelmersh Manor as early as 985AD, when it was known as "feora burnan" - hence Fairbournes - and fragments of a mediaeval building in the barn (q.v) suggest an earlier building of some significance on the site.
Fairbournes Farm
Braishfield Road2Barn. C18 incorporating mediaeval timbers. Brick ends and bases in English bond, with timber boarding on timber frame; half-hipped plain clay tiled roof with loft doorways in gables. Five-bay aisled plan, with queen-post double-collar roof trusses having clasped purlins; windbraces to purlins, some curved; central full-height double doors to both long sides (north and south). Not all of interior clear for inspection (June 1988) but the two main posts on the NE side are former moulded main floorbeams, one double and one single-sided, possibly from an earlier house on the site. Slit vents in gable walls now blocked. Part of a farmstead of apparently pre-985AD origins.

8m north-east of Fairbournes Farm House
Braishfield Road2Granary. C18. Timber boarding on timber frame, set on 9 staddle-stones; half-hipped Welsh slate roof on north-south axis. Boarded and ledged door in south wall; inserted floor of early date; simple purlin roof with mostly oak members, but some rafters renewed; partitions and linings virtually intact. Part of a farmstead of apparently pre-985AD origins.

8m north-east of Fairbournes Farm House
Braishfield Road2Stable block. C18. Red brick with well-burnt headers, English bond; half-hipped plain clay tiled roof. On north-south axis, 2 storeys, 4 bays. Segmental-arched small windows to lower bays 1 and 4, segmental arched doorway bay 2 and flat-arched doorway bay 3; wide loft doorways over both doors. Intermediate floor remains; queen-post roof trusses with clasped purlins. Attached to south end a single-storey building in red brick of Flemish garden wall bond, with two doorways on east side; in south wall two 3-light diamond lattice cast iron window casements set under double-brick segmental arches. Rear (west) elevation very much overgrown (June 1988) and not visible for inspection.
Church of All SaintsChurch Lane2Parish Church. 1855 by W Butterfield. Red brick in English bond with blue brick diaper patterns, stone dressings, plain tile roof. Plan of chancel and nave under one roof with N aisle and E vestry under outshot; SW porch. E end has 3-light trefoiled window with 3 quatrefoils in head, and in end of vestry paired lancet window. S side has at W of chancel 2-light trefoiled window with quatrefoil head, and to W sloping topped buttress denoting end of chancel. At E of nave 2-light window with quatrefoil in head. To W 2 2-light windows with blank heads. At W end gabled brick porch with end of timber screen reaching to gable with arch below. Inside pointed doorway with impost and label. All windows of plate tracery just below sills string course. Toothed eaves on N side vestry to chancel projects slightly and has to W rectangular light. Aisle has at E end in centre 2-light pointed window and to W chimney and boilerhouse lean-to. To W tall 2-light window with label. Over W bellcote of tilehung lower part each side of ridge. Weatherboarded befry has 4 louvred bell openings taking up each side with tracery in corner ones. Tiled roof starts as low pitched offset, crowned by short spire and weathervane. Inside chancel E end typical Butterfield with stained glass window of Christ carrying cross. Wall painted with 4 Gospel writers, panelling below and on side walls. Well carved choir stalls with poppyhead finials. No chancel arch but braces on truss come down to corbels. 3 bay aisle of pointed arches on round capitals and piers. To E lower pointed archway opposite door, under heavy octagonal font with carved panels tapering onto spurred square base. NE carved pulpit, like stalls. Boarded arch braced roof off heavy wallplates. Contemporary furnishings and light fittings.
Elmgrove Farm HouseDummers Road2Farmhouse. Late C18. Brick, old plain tile roof. T-shaped 2 storey, 3 bay wings. Front has C19 timbers and tented lead roof verandah in front. Blocked central door, each side 16-pane sash and similar on 1st floor either side of blank opening. Toothed eaves. Hipped roof with central ridge stack. On R end C19 bay window and behind C19 gabled brick porch with hall running along rear to rear range.
Staddle barn

25m S of Elmgrove Farmhouse
Dummers Road2Staddle barn. C18. Timber-frame weatherboarded on stone staddles, slate roof. 3 bay barn on 21 staddle stones with on side of end bay facing farmhouse lower 1 bay granary on 6 staddle stones (sharing 3). On farmyard side double doors to added bay. Roof half-hipped to main part, hipped to added bay with finials.
Whites Cottage and Cromwell CottageDores Lane2House now 2 cottages. C17 encased C18 altered C20. Timber-frame core, brick encasing old plain tile roof. 11/2 storey, 3 bay and smoke bay, with C18 added bay to R and C20 wing to rear on L. Gabled open-fronted porch to R of centre smoke bay, planked inside. To R 2-light segmental head casement and added bay 3-light similar. C20 bow window and casement in L bays. Above each bay, except smoke bay, 2-light gable dormer. Roof half-hipped to L, lower ridge to R bay, but same pitch. C17 stack above door and C18 stack on R end.
Pucknall CottageDores Lane2Cottage. C17 encased C18 altered C20. Timber-frame encased in brick, since painted, old plain tile roof. 11/2 storey, 3 bay with crosswing to far bay, end onto road. Garden front has outshot to centre bay with door in road end and 3-light casement with head in hipped dormer. 3-light casement in road end bay and in projecting crosswing similar with 2-light casement in tiled gable. Roof of crosswing half-hipped. Large stack over centre bay and stack at road end.
WellbrookDores Lane2House. Late medieval timber frame, with insertion of fireplaces and 1st floor c1600, C17 timber-framed extensions, mid C19 and C20 renovation. Exposed frame with painted brick infill, some painted brickwork to the lower front and the end walls, slate roof. 3 bays, 11/2 storeys. Irregular fenestration of casements, some early C19 casr-iron lattices. Gabled hood on posts to the front (glazed) door. Inside the framework, beams and fireplaces indicate the phases of construction. Roof half-hipped at L end and two gabled dormers with tile hung fronts. Central shafted stack and at R end attached C18 stepped stack.
Pucknall Farm HouseDores Lane2Farmhouse. C16 core, rebuilt C18, remodelled C19. Timber-frame core, brick with blue header decorations, old plain tile roof. 2 storey, 3 bay double pile. Front has central C20 glazed door in C19 open-fronted timber and glass gabled porch. Each side segmental head tripartite sash. Above door 4-pane sash and each side tripartite sash. Between each bay and near ends blue header pilaster, below windows blue header aprons. Moulded timber eaves. Gables rebuilt C19 with moulded brick kneelers and gable walls and stacks with large rectangular bases and 2 or 3 diamond or round shafts.

10m NE of Pucknall Farm House
Dores Lane2Granary. C18. Timber-frame with brick infill, old plain tile roof, on staddle stones. Single bay on 9 staddle stones. Door in end. Half-hipped roof.

10m NW of Pucknall Farm House
Dores Lane2Stables. C18. Cob and brick on flint plinth, old plain tile roof. 3 bay stables, with rear on high flint plinth above stream. Open one end. Front has blank L cob bay, double doors in centre, door and window in R bay. Roof hipped to L, and half-hipped to R. Inside queen-post roof.

20m S of Pucknall Farm House
Dores Lane2Barn. Early C18 with C19 addition. Timber-frame weatherboarded on brick plinth, slate roof. 6 bay barn with 2 C19 bays in brick added to L, and C19 range to front of 2 R bays. Double doors in L centre bay and 3-light casement in R bay. C19 bays have steps up to loft, double doors and window. Roof hipped. Inside roof with tall queenposts, curved braces to tiebeams, struts to lower braces and windbraces.
Churcher's BarnDores Lane2House. C16 encased and extended c1800. Timber-frame with plaster or flint infill, tilehung or brick encasing and additions, thatched roof. 11/2 storey, 1 bay C16 building with stack bay and 2 bays added C18. Front 11/2 storey, 5 bay, L 2 bays C16. Central ledged plank door in solid frame under large hipped hood on timber posts. L bays tilehung with fishscale or plain tiles on upper half. In each bay 3-light casements, except R bay with small 2-light casement. Above in each bay (except centre) 2-light eyebrow dormer. Roof half-hipped with stack each end of ridge and large C18 H-section central stack. To rear frame exposed having close studding with flint infill on lower half and plaster infill in wider square panels above.
Hawkes Farm HouseDores Lane2Farmhouse. Early C18. Brick with some blue headers, old plain tile roof. T-plan of 2 storey and attic on cellars, 5 bay with wing to rear in centre. Front has central C19 glass and timber on brick plinth gabled porch. Inside original door in solid frame. Plinth with offset and in bays apart from centre segmental head casemenst incellar. Each side of door blind opening and to end bays 12-pane sash with sill lowered to plinth. 1st floor raised band and same window arrangement except 12-pane sash in centre. All openings have fine rubbed brick heads. Above cntre and end bays 2-light gabled dormers. C19 gable walls. End stacks.
Hall PlaceEldon Road2Farmhouse. C16 core, encased C18 altered C20. Timber-frame core brick encasing and additions, old plain tile roof. 2 storey, 3 bay and smoke bay building with contemporary crosswing in front of R bay and C18 wing to rear of L bay. Front has 4 panel door under semi-circular fanlight in flat-roofed porch which is a continuation of C18 outshot to R of centre bay and R side of crosswing. 2-light casement in outshot. 3-light casements in L bay on both floors and above door. Crosswing has hipped 2-light dormer on outshot and single light in end. On gable plinth, offset, 12-pane sashes and 1 and 3-light casement over. Above tiebeam and gable frame of C16 frame. Roof hipped to L with ridge stack above door and 2 projecting stacks on R side wall of crosswing.

10m SW of Hall Place
Eldon Road2Stableblock. C18. Flint and brick bands, brick dressings, old plain tile roof. 4 bay with hip bays at each end. Stable door to R of centre with window over, in each bay window, except R hip bay which has stable door with window over. Roof hipped.
Hall Place CottageEldon Road2Cottage. C18, possibly earlier core, roof raised C18, extended C20. Brick old plain tile roof. 11/2 storey, 2 bay with lean-to to R and wings to rear. Front has central ledged plank door in solid frame in open-fronted pent-roofed porch. Each side 2-light segmental head casement, similar in R outshot. Over C19 2-light casements with heads in gabled dormer. Stack on L end.
Broom Hill Cottage
Lower Street2Cottage. C16 with later hip bay. Timber-frame with painted wattle and daub and brick infill, thatched roof. 11/2 storey, 2 bay, with C17 hip bay to R and C18 brick hip bay to L. Door to R of centre. In each bay C20 2-light casement, with C20 single light at LH of L bay and in R hip bay. Over each bay 2-light casement in eyebrow dormer. Roof has ridge piece and is swept down each end. Central ridge stack.
Sharpes Farm HouseLower Street2Farmhouse now house. C16 extended C18. Timber-frame with brick infill and scantling timber, brick and weatherboard service range, thatched roof. 11/2 storey 2 bay house with to L C18 3 bay, single storey service range. Front has ledged plank door under open fronted gabled brick and timber, tiled porch. Each side C18 3-light leaded casement. Over similar 3-light casement in eyebrow dormer. To R service range with end bay weatherboarded and leaded casement in other bay. Roof half-hipped with separate roof to service range. Ridge pieces and central stack above door. C20 lean-to to L end.

Immediately S of Sharpes Farm House
Lower Street2Granary. C18. Timber-frame with brick infill, tile roof, on staddle stones. Small granary on 9-staddle stones with door one side, leaded 2-light casement on other.

10m S of Sharpes Farm House
Lower Street2Barn. Early C18. Timber-frame weatherboarded on brick plinth, thatched roof. 5 bay barn, outshot to rear. Central double doors in front with window and door in L bays. Roof half-hipped. Inside Queen-post roof with straight braces to tiebeams, posts on brick piers with ties to baseplate, and some long diagonals in wall.
Sharpes CottageLower Street2Cottage. C16 altered C18. Timber frame with wattle and daub and brick infill, thatched roof. 2 bay with outshot bay to R, 11/2 storey. Planked door to L of centre. 2-light casement, with C18 2-light casement in eyebrow dormer over, in each bay, and light in outshot bay. All windows leaded. Roof has ridge stack, is half-hipped to L and swept-down to R. Ridge stack above door.
Nos 1, 2 & 3 Newport TerraceNewport Lane2Row of cottages. Late C18 altered C20. Rendered brick (cob?), old plain tile roof. 2 storey. 3 and 2 bay cottages. RH cottage (No 1) has to LH bay C20 glazed and timber pent-roofed porch, RH bay has 12-pane sashes on each floor. Centre 3 bay cottage has to centre and LH bay C19 glazed and timber pent-roofed porch. To RH bay 12-pane segmental head sash. On 1st floor 12-pane sash either side of blank opening. LH cottage has C20 glazed and timber hip-roofed porch with bow window to L. Above 2 16-pane. Toothed cornice. Roof hipped with ridge stacks between cottages.
The Red CottagePaynes Hay Road2Cottage. C17 Timber-frame with wattle and daub and brick infill, thatched roof. 2 bay and hip bay cottage with shortened 3rd bay at other end. Ledged door in solid frame under thatch hood in R of centre bay. Irregular 2 or 3-light casement in each bay. Eyebrow dormer with 2-light casement above L of centre bay. On 1st floor herringbone brick panels. Roof half-hipped on L end and swept down to R. Large stack above door.
Paynes Hay Farm HousePaynes Hay Road2Farmhouse. Early C18 extended C19 and C20. Brick peddledashed old plain tiled roof. 2 storey and attic on cellar, 5 bay x 2 bay building with C19 and C20 wings to rear and single storey, 2 bay wing to R end. Front has just R of centre C19 4-panel top-lit door in C18 doorcase with 2-pane rectangular fanlight under flat hood on moulded brackets. Each side , positioned between bays early C19 16-pane sash. In L bay blind opening. On 1st floor 5 C18 12-pane flush frame sashes. On roof three 2-light hip-roofed dormers. Roof hipped. Massive stack to rear wall of house, each side of centre hipped staircase wing now incorporated into additions. Interior much altered although C18 features remain.
Braishfield Lodge and East & West Braishfield LodgePaynes Hay Road2House, now 3 residences. C18 core, main front early C19, extended C19 and C20. Painted brick, slate roof. End onto road C18 2 storey, 3 bay house with 2 bays added to far end and on garden side tall 2 storey and attic; 2 bay parallel range added early C19 to these bays; late C19 low 2 storey, infill built onto road side of earlyC19 linking it to side of original bays; early C20 double pile low range added to far end and later raised to 2 storeys. Garden front to early C19 part stone, flat roofed, Doric porch with top-lit double doors under, and 12-pane sash above. In other bay full height bowed bay with 3 12-pane sashes on each floor and coved cornice. Either side toothed eaves. C20 dormers above bay. Roof hipped with stack to far end. To road side lower 2 storey infill has small 16-pane sashes. Toothed eaves and low pitched hipped roof. Set bay beyond are road end bays of oldest part have casements and sashes, toothed eaves and steep pitched roof. At far end early C20 bays have leaded lights and flat roof.
The Gatehouse

80m S of Braishfield Manor House
Paynes Hay Road2Barn and stable, now garage and residence. C18 or early C19, altered C20. Flint with brick bands and dressings, upper part weatherboarded, roof thatched. Of 4 bays, 2 bays parallel to road and 2 bays at slight angle to it with added rendered part between end and the gateway. 2-light casements high set in weatherboarding in all bu end bays. Roof hipped and at far end gable to rear of end bay with thatch overhanging it.
Braishfield Manor HousePaynes Hay Road2Medium sized country house. Mid C18 central block, wings added early C20. Brick old plain tile roof. 2 storeys and attic, 5 bay double pile centre part, early C20 end wings 2 bays wide, 3 long, to form H-shape. Front has slightly projecting wide central bay with 6-panel door and semi-circular fanlight in large doorcase of Doric pilasters and entablature, broken forward over pilasters and flanked by narrow windows. Over, large roundhead window that breaks cornice, flanked by plastered niches with keys 2 bays each side have 12-pane segmental head sashes under ribbed brick arches with keyblocks and rubbed brick aprons with guttae. Wings have 12-pane segmental head sashes under similar arches with similar niches between 1st floor windows. Continuous modillioned timber cornice. Hipped roofs to wings which have higher ridges. Gabled 2-light leaded dormers above 3 centre bays and in centre of wings hips. Above end bays of centre blocks, early C20 stacks each side of ridge joined by brick arch built on inside of stacks, between them, supporting moulded head which links them. 2 storey angular bay on R end. Interior mainly early C20 enhancement of C18 rooms.