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12 Mill Lane

History of 12 Mill Lane

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge notes: the present building complex includes a 16th cent. house on the W, with a house of c. 1775 adjoining on the E with a contemporary kitchen wing extending S.  The ground floor of the 16th cent. house is cased in 18th cent. brick. Inside there survives some 17th cent. panelling as well as most of the fittings of the 18th cent. dining room.

1913: Walter Charles Holt

19162: Women Graduates Club

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