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The Old House, 31 High Street, Hauxton

History of 31 High Street, Hauxton

Listed building:

House, c.1500 with alterations of c.1600. Extended c.1950. Timber frame, exposed, with rendered infill and steeply pitched, plain tiled roof. Ridge stack of red brick with shafts set on square base with moulded upper course. Plan formerly a parlour crosswing to a hall, now demolished.


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