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11 Apthorpe Street, Fulbourn

11 Apthorpe Street, Fulbourn

History of 11 Apthorpe Street

Listed building:

House, mid-late C14 with floor inserted and roof raised C16 and enlarged by addition of crosswing to left hand in early C17. Timber framed, plaster rendered with thatched roof of long straw. Ridge stack of mid C17 red brick and having grouped shafts set diagonally. Mid-late C14 open hall and crosswing plan with entry to cross-passage in crosswing. In early C16 floor and stack inserted into low end of open hall, abutting onto the cross-passage in the crosswing. At the same the opposing doorways in the cross-passage were sealed and the doorway placed opposite the stack, converting the house to one of lobby-entry type. Two storeys.


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