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The Manse, Malting Lane, Litlington

History of the Manse

Listed building

House formerly the manse. Possibly C16 with c.1700 and C19 rebuilding and alterations. Red brick, timber-framed and roughcast rendered. Plain tiled roof. Two side stacks to cross wing and tall internal stack to main range; reduced gable end stack to right hand.


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