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Nine Chimneys house after restoration, 1930 (photo W M Palmer) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

Nine Chimneys House, Balsham

History of Nine Chimneys House

Listed Building:

House. Late C16. Exposed timber frame and tiled roof. The house was probably built in c.1583 for Thomas Sutton, the Master of the Ordnance to Queen Elizabeth I.

Nine Chimneys house before restoration, 1930 (photo W M Palmer) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

The house was originally a great E-shaped building with nine chimneys, six of which survive.

 

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