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Scotland Road

History of house in Scotland Road

This house is described in the Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959 but is unnumbered and appears to have been demolished (2019).

House, on the N side of Scotland Road, 1/4 m. N by E of the parish church, of two storeys with attics, has brick walls and tile-covered roof. It is a 17th century timber-framed structure remodelled in the 18th century when the SW side and the ends were encased in gault brick.

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