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16 High Street, Linton

16 High Street, Queen’s House, Linton

History of Queen's Street

Listed Building:

House. Dated rainwater head ‘W.C. 1731’ and carved brick ‘I. WEBB 1731’ in rear wall, with alterations c.1780-90 to street facade and incorporating as service wing an original C17 two unit plan lobby entry building.

House possibly built for Thos. Talbot steward of Linton Manors c.1730.

Historic England


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