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Junction of Ferry Lane and Chesterton High Street

The Hall Cottages, High Street Chesterton

History of Hall Cottages

1913: The Hall Cottages

5. D W Langley, labourer

4. Archie Daish, gardener

3. Alfred Shipp, labourer

2. Thomas Norfield

  1. Horace Brown, brewer’s carman

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These were included in the properties sold by Trinity Hall in 1924:

Lion Hotel, Friday 11th July at 6pm 1924 sale of 18 modern dwellings by Trinity Hall including:
– the Master Cottages, Scotland Road, 5 terraces houses
– the Hall Cottages, North side of High Street, 5 houses
– Garden Land situ between 1 and 2
РLatham Cottages (5 cottages) and 142, 144 and 146 High Street.  Built in 1895 and let at weekly rents of 4s each to Messrs W Warren, E Amon and Mrs Maskill; total rent annual 3321 4s 0d.  Lot inc passage 4ft in width leading to the gardens at the back.
Each containing living room front with boarded floor and tiled stove; kitchen back with boarded floor, portable range, cupboard in recess and store cupboard under stairs; scullery in addition at its back with tiled floor, open fireplace, copper and sink; coal house and WC adjoining in lean to; 3 bedrooms, gas and water supplies are laid on.

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