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21 & 23 Cambridge Road, Girton

21 & 23 Cambridge Road, Girton

History of 21 & 23 Cambridge Road, Girton

Listed building

Pair of Cottages c.1850. Gault brick with steeply pitched reed thatched roof with bargeboarded gable ends on shaped corbel brackets. Two tall stacks of four octagonal grouped linked shafts on square bases. Half H-plan. One storey and attic. Two gable dormers and two three-light cross-frame casements. Two storey cross-wings. One three light casement to each storey, the ones at ground floor with cross-frames. Doorways to cross-wings.


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