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Manor House, Harston

History of the Manor House, Harston

Listed building:

House of C17 origin but extensively remodelled in early C18 and again early in C19 when the two cross-wings were added. Red brick and yellow brick with early C19 mansard roof, tiled, and ridge stacks. Main range, early C17 origin with facade to garden remodelled early C18.



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