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Vicarage, Church Street, Chesterton

History of the Vicarage, Chesterton

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: built c. 1820 with the principal from to the SE and the entrance on the NW. … The uncompromising expression in the simplest architectural terms of the vertical and horizontal features of the SE from is of interest as a forerunner of the panel-treatment seen in most modern building. The front I of constant height with a plain stone capping to the parapet.

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