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Historic Nutbourne Houses: Hobbs

1841 No. 1443 on the Tithe Map and included in the census.
Hobbs, a Grade II listed stone building, pictured in around 1910

Photograph from 1910 from a picture postcard sold in the local shop, Gocher's Stores

The house pictured in 1983

The house pictured in 1983

The house pictured in 2004


A Grade II listed stone building with a wealth of period timbers inside. A tasteful brick extension has been added to the West,
allowing the property to retain its original charm. Like Mole End it is set at ninety degress to the Street, which is all part of
the higgeldy piggeldy charm of the hamlet!

The photograph shows the house in 2004.


Shortcut links to the web pages for other historic houses in the Nutbourne area

Atmyres Farm   Bramfold   The Camber   Darkdean   Drovers   Ebbsworth   Hobbs   Holly Tree Cottage   Lyons Cottage Farm

The Manor   Mill Farm   Mill House   Nutbourne Place   The Old Manor   The Old School   The Old Store   The Rising Sun

Cottage by Mill Pond   Shepherd's Thatch   Shorts Farm   Stream Farm   Timber Cottage   Wheel House

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