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Little Shelford Manor, Manor Road

History of Little Shelford Manor

Listed building:

Small country house built mostly in 1746 for William Finch but with part dating from late C17.

Coach-house, now garage with apple loft above, dated 1708 and initialled CA on oval panel in lozenge to one wall.

Summer house, early C18. Red brick with pantiled roof.


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