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Thatched Cottage, Hinton Way, Great Shelford

History of Thatched Cottage

Listed building:

Cottage ornee, early C19. Probably brick, plaster rendered with large, low, hipped roof, thatched with long straw and having deep eaves carried on rustic poles forming a loggia round the cottage.


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