We have prepared short accounts of the histories of many houses in Milford-on-Sea.
You can explore them by following this link or by scanning the QR icon displayed by the houses.
Milford has a rich heritage of historical buildings. All Saints Church is a Grade I listed building and Hurst Castle is a scheduled monument.
Grade II listings
In Milford we have nearly fifty Grade II listed buildings of which some two-thirds are grouped to reflect their strong ties in the past.
There are sixteen stand-alone buildings, structures and memorials including the most recent listing, the Calvary Memorial at Keyhaven.
Joanna Close-Brooks, Milford-on-Sea. A Walk round the Old Buildings of Milford and Keyhaven, 1989, Stones Printers.
Blake Pinnell, Country House History Around Lymington, Brockenhurst and Milford-on-Sea, 1987, Blake Pinnell.
If you would like to research Milford’s history, take a look in our archive.
If you have some documents such as copies of house deeds, images or artefacts which tell some of Milford’s history and would like to donate them to the archive then follow up here.