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Bottisham Hall (MoC270/54)

Bottisham Hall

History of Bottisham Hall

Listed Building

Country house built 1797 for Rev G L Jenyns possibly by Charles Humfrey. Grey brick with low pitch, hipped roofs of slate, with boarded eaves and boxed guttering. Ridge stacks. … Charles Humfrey also designed the Vicarage at Swaffham Bulbeck.

Bottisham Hall (MoC269/54)

Bottisham Hall (MoC267/54)

Bottisham Hall (MoC271/54)


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