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2 - 12 Chesterton Road, 1896 (W Tams)

10-12 Chesterton Road

History of 12 Chesterton Road

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: range of cottages, Nos. 4,6,8,10 … of one storey with attics, has walls of plastered timber-framing on stock brick plinths… built at the end of the 18th cent. No. 12 though has been entirely modernised.


(10) Ernest Willis, painter

(12) William Mole, college servant

Mrs William Mole, college laundress

1962 (10-12)

William Carter

10 Chesterton Road, 1969 (MoC 47/69)

10 Chesterton Road, 1972 (MoC 288/72)



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