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Manor House, Church Street, Chesterton

History of the Manor House, Church Street

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: built late in the 17th cent. and comprised a straight range with a staircase projection at the back … the boundary wall running NW from the house, of 17th and 18th cent. brickwork, extends to an early 18th cent brick built barn of two storeys. … in the E corner of the garden, beside the NE arm of Church Street and built partly on the boundary wall, is an 18th century summer house.

For a report on the archaeological excavation of the site in 2014 prior to demolition:

https://library.thehumanjourney.net/2717/1/Report1649_LR.pdf

 

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