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Breamore,  Hampshire  -  Breamore House

16th Century

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Late Elizabethan brick house of 1583,
with some rebuilding after a fire in 1856.


Extract from Hampshire and the Isle of Wight by Nikolaus Pevsner and David Lloyd (1967) Yale University Press, New Haven and London:

... The S facade is as it was, on an E-plan so shallow that the wings project no more than the porch. The porch, the wings, and the recessed parts all have plain, straight gables, and the whole front is indeed, with its even three- and four-light transomed windows, plain and sensible. The doorway is an insertion of 1670. ...
C18 stables of nine bays with a three-bay pediment on four Doric pilasters.
Victorian Clock Tower, octagonal, three-storeyed, with cupola.

 

Map

TourUK Website with further information about the house

Breamore Church - Anglo-Saxon

 
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