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Manor House, Fulbourn

Fulbourn Manor House

History of Fulbourn Manor House

Listed building:

Gate piers c1910 with finials early C18. Red brick piers and stonefinials in the form of eagles with heraldic cartouches between their talons. Finials originally at Beaupre Hall, Outwell, near Wisbech, Cambs.

Mansion house, largely rebuilt c1910 by Dudley Newman, but incorporating part of the original early C17 house on the site.

Coach-house and stables now studio and garage, late C17 or early C18 with adjoining cottage of similar date.


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