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The Vine Estate

68 / 68a St Andrew’s Street / Vyne House

History of 68 / 68a St Andrew's Street

John Jellett’s Terrier map of 1635 shows Vine House at this location


Henry Lee, 42, brickmaker employing 7 men and 1 woman, b Essex

The 1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge states:

House, Nos 68 and 68a … is of two storeys with attics. The walls are of plastered timber-framing and brick, the roofs slated and tiled. It consists of a short early 17th-century range to the street with a short E return and a carriageway on the S ….


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