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Caxton Hall, St Peters Street

History of Caxton Hall

Listed Building:

House. c.1670 with early C18 extension and C19 and C20 alterations. Red brick. Plain tile hipped roofs. Two original stacks and early C18 side stack to wing with upper courses rebuilt.


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