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King’s Farmhouse, 21 High Street, Little Shelford

History of King's Farmhouse

Listed building:

House, late C19 but incorporating C16 timber framed and plastered cottage. Tiled roof. Two bays with gable end to road. Interior: Has some exposed timber framing on the upper storey and stop chamfered ceiling beams. Included for the C16 surviving part.

Dovecote, now garage, C18. Timber framed and plastered.


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