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Bluntisham House, Rectory Road

History of Bluntisham House

Listed Building:

Circa 1720, Rectory, with later C18 wings and C19 additions and alterations. Original T-plan. Two-storeys and attics. Yellow brick, plain tile hipped roofs. …. Dorothy Sayers b. 1893 lived at the Rectory from 1897 until circa 1919. Pre 1745 ‘Dr Knight has built a house’ on coat of arms over door now removed. Rev Tillard made alterations circa 1800 and Rev Baines inserted Slepe Hall doorway in 1848


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