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Croft Lodge, Barton Road

History of Croft Lodge, Barton Road

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: built c. 1822. It is almost square on plan. The E front is symmetrical, in three widely  spaced bays, with an open porch in the middle composed of freestanding Doric columns and pilasters of Kenton stone.

1913 Croft Lodge

Miss Watson

1962 (17)

John H Huntridge


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