Place:North Stoneham, Hampshire, England

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NameNorth Stoneham
TypeSettlement, Parish
Coordinates50.951046°N 1.383684°W
Located inHampshire, England

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North Stoneham, Hampshire, in A Vision of Britain Through Time

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North Stoneham is a settlement and ecclesiastical parish in south Hampshire, England. It was formerly an ancient estate and manor. Until the nineteenth century, it was a rural community comprising a number of scattered hamlets, including Middle Stoneham, North End, and Bassett Green, and characterised by large areas of woodland. The former 1,000-acre North Stoneham Park was redesigned by Lancelot Brown in the eighteenth century, and was one of the largest ornamental parklands in Hampshire.

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