1881 – The Morant Arms, Brokenhurst, Hampshire

Architect: John Harding & Son



Perspective Views Front & Rear including ground & floor plans, designed for for John Morant esq., and published in The Building News, September 16th 1881. “The walls and chimneys are of red brick, and the old tiles are used for the roofing and weather-tiling. The internal fittings will be of varnished pitch-pine. Brokenhurst is a village prettily situated in the middle of the New Forest, and is on the line of the London and South- Western Railway, which has a station very near the building illustrated. It is a favourite resort of naturalists and admirers of forest scenery.”

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