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100 High Street, Melbourn

100 High Street, Clun Grange, Melbourn

History of 100 High Street

Listed building:

Late C16, c.1700 and C18-C19. Timber framed, plaster rendered. Tiled roofs at several levels. Red brick ridge stack of grouped shafts with string course. Two bays remain of a single range, late C16 house with lobby entry on west side. The bay at north end was probably rebuilt c.1700. The two bays of the late C16 part are of two storeys now, but the bay at the south end was originally of one storey with a loft. Two C19 casements. Doorway to centre bay. Bay at north end two storeys and attic. One c1700 cross-frame casement at first floor and a hung sash at ground floor. In C18-C19 a small wing was added at the rear.


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