Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: House, No. 75 High Street, 122 yds NNE of [Red Lion Inn], of two storeys, with red brick walls and tile-covered roofs, was built early in the 18th century and is now two tenements. It is a rectangular building, with gabled ends containing the chimney-stacks. The street from is symmetrical with a plat-band at first floor level, plain eaves, a central doorway, a window with rubbed Brock flat arch to each side, three windows above, and two gabled dormer-windows.
Alice Bartholemew, b 1880
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