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Manor House, Chesterton House

Chesterton House, Church Street, Chesterton

History of the Chesterton House, Church Street

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: at the corner of Chesterton Road and Church Street, was built at the very end of the 18th cent., but the original house has been almost completely obliterated by late 19th century alteration and extension. It retains linked to outbuildings to the SE an 18th century pigeon-house of brick with a tiled roof … the alighting platform on the roof survives but not the nesting-boxes.

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