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King Alfred's House, Bourn (RGL2023)

King Alfred’s House, Riddy Lane, Bourn

History of King Alfred's House

Listed building

House. Possibly c.1616 or earlier and C18. Exposed and plastered timber-frame, thatched and plain tile roofs. Tall C17 red brick ridge stack, C18 end stack to right hand with upper courses rebuilt. Two storeys, one storey kitchen range to left hand with inserted C18 floor. … large stack dated 1616 on bressumer to main hearth


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