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Kellet Lodge, Tennis Court Road

Kellett Lodge, Tennis Court Road

History of Kellet Lodge, Tennis Court Road

Listed Building

Circa 1825. 2 storeys; gault brick; slate roof; symmetrically designed front; 3 windows, flat-headed arches, glazing bars; round-headed doorway with 5 flush panelled door and ornamental metal fanlight; shutters to ground floor window corbelling below caves.


Ellen Stamford, 67, lodging house keeper, b Cambridge

Frederic Stamford, brother, 62, widower, marble stone mason, b Cambridge

Augustus Theodora Bartholomew, lodger, 28, assistant librarian University Library, b London

Augustus Theodore Bartholomew


Miss Ellen Stamford, lodging house keeper


2018 University Accommodation Service



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