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42 High Street, Rose Cottage, Swaffham Prior

History of Rose Cottage

Listed Building

Cottage, early C17 with parlour wing to the East added or rebuilt late in C17 or early C18. Timber-framed on a clunch sill with rendered walls and steeply pitched, plain tiled roof with a late C17 ridge stack of gault brick with a string-course.


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