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29 South End, Bassingbourn

History of 29 South End, Bassingbourn

Listed Building:

House formerly the farmhouse to Clear’s Farm. Early C17 extended and altered c.1810.

Barns, coach house, bakehouse and maltings incorporating an original wool hall or similar building. Circa 1500 with early C17 alterations, additions c.1700 and 1800 (dated tie beam) and later partly altered in c.1810. Plastered and weather boarded timber frame with c.1700 red brick and painted brick walls.

These buildings survived the arson attack of 1849 by discontented farm labourers; they were formerly part of Clear farm.


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