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20 Church Street Ickleton ©RGL 2023

18 Church Street, Mowbrays, Ickleton

History of Mowbrays

Listed Building:

Farmhouse. Late C15 or early C16, with late C17 rebuilding and C19 alterations and additions. Timber-framed and plastered; red brick. Plain tiled roofs. Ridge stack to right had; main ridge stack with two diagonal shafts dated 1690 – scratched on plasters, and tall rear stack to right hand. Two storeys. Original hall rebuilt c.1690.

One of the manors of Ickleton, owned by Clare Hall Cambridge from 1819.

Mowbrays, Ickleton, c1931 (MoC220/54)

20 Church Street Ickleton ©RGL 2023

There was once a saffron garden next to the house.


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