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Mill House, Great Shelford c.1895 (photo L Cobbett) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

Kings Mill House, Great Shelford

History of Kings Mill House

Listed building:

House, c1825. Gault brick with hipped slate roof and boarded eaves. Internal stacks.

Vanishing Cambridgeshire p 160, records

1814 Mill House was built.

1876 Alexander Pearce moved to the King’s MIll.

1957 the Mill House was sold off and became a residential property.



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