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33 Church Lane, Little Abington

33 Church Lane, The Old Vicarage, Little Abington

History of The Old Vicarage

Listed Building:

House formerly the vicarage. Early C18 with late C18 remodelling and extension of an original timber-framed building with cross wing to west; additional north range and extension to east c.1810 and late C19 extensions to west.

The vicarage was reconstructed c.1810 by the vicar and c.1830 Queen Anne’s Bounty lent ?327 for similar rebuilding. The vicarage was sold in 1961.

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