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Kings Mill, Great Shelford

History of Kings Mill

Listed building:

Watermill mainly late C19 but incorporating part of earlier mill of C17-C18 to the North. Now offices and dwelling house. Timber framed, weatherboarded and gault brick. C17-C18 part has steeply pitched pantiled roofs. Plan of main range spanning the mill race with a range to the north.

A mill is referred to at Great Shelford in the Domesday Survey.

1890: mill modernised when a roller mill built (Vanishing Cambridgeshire p.160)


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