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Old Vicarage, 61 Mill Way, Grantchester

History of Od Vicarage

Listed building:

House. c.1684 and mid C20 restorations. Brick ground floor, timber-framed first floor, part replaced by brick, and original brick end walls.

This is the Old Vicarage referred to by Rupert Brooke in his poetry. He moved there in 1910.


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