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Porch House, Haddenham circa 1900 (Fenland History)

Porch House, 40 Hill Row, Haddenham

History of Porch House

Listed Building

1657. Red brick, English bond, on plinth with bull nose header brick to upper edge. Plain tiled roof with saw tooth eaves cornice and parapet on kneelers to west gable. Ridge stack has square base and four diagonally set grouped shafts……… In the 1650s an Act of Parliament was passed to promote the drainage of part of Haddenham Parish. This house is believed to have been built to accommodate one ofthe engineers employed on the scheme.

Porch House, Haddenham 15.9.1932 6pm (MoC88/57)

Porch House, Haddenham circa 2020


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