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Balls Grove, 7 Mill Way, Grantchester

History of 7 Mill Way, Grantchester

Listed building:

1906-7. For C.E.Inglis. Rough cast brick with brick plinth. Plain tile roof with various brick ridge and end stacks. Vernacular Revival style with Jacobean style entrance frontespiece and mainly leaded light casements. Central hall plan. 2 storeys and attic. Entrance front has a central projecting Jacobean style frontespiece of 2 storeys then a facing gable either side with a catslide roof to house gable ends beyond them.


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