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101 High Street, Linton

101 High Street, Linton

History of Linton House

Listed Building:

House, originally an open hall, c1500 extended by two bays to South late C16. In late C18 the small kitchen or bakehouse wing at the back was added. Timber-framing, exposed, with rendered infill. Thatched roof of reed with a ridge stack of red and yellow brick, c1600. Original plan of four bays with cross-passage at left hand, converted to lobby-entry plan c1600. Two storeys. Three Tudoresque windows with arched top panes at first and, ground storeys, late C19. (Historic England)



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