Adam Architecture, 75 Hyde Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 7DW
Built on part of the original Hyde Abbey Precinct, this 12th century listed house has served many uses over the years. Visitors will have a guided tour of the offices & hear about the building's rich history. PRE-BOOKING ESSENTIAL for this guided tour.
Old Hyde House on Hyde Street in Winchester was built on part of the original Hyde Abbey Precinct, established in the northern suburb of the city in the twelfth century. Hyde House is a Grade II* Listed building and Hyde Barn and the boundary walls to the south west of the site are Grade II listed. The varied and interesting history includes the buildings being used as a malt house, a brewery, furniture storage, telephone exchange, and before remaining empty for some time it was used as the Winchester City Council Historic Resource Centre. After a considerable period of disuse and deterioration, a programme of restoration and alteration began to transform the buildings into offices for ADAM Architecture.
Visitors will have a guided tour of the offices, hear about the buildings rich history and see remnants of the old buildings that still exist today. Refreshments will be served during visit.
● Thursday 13 September: Tour at 1000 and 1200
● Friday 14 September: Tour at 1000 and 1200
These highly popular tours must be pre-booked. Suitable for over 16 years only.
Max 10 people per tour/session. Tours takes 1 hour.
Old Hyde House, ADAM Architecture Offices, are located on Hyde Street, with a stone wall and black iron gates leading into the courtyard and buildings. Please make your way to the main reception.