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110 High Street, Melbourn

History of 110 High Street, Melbourn

Listed building:

Cottage, formerly stable range associated with No. 108 (Old Manor House) restored and extended c.1740 and mid-C20.

The stables were probably built by Dame Mary Hatton, widow of Sir John Hatton, who retired to The Old Manor House after the death of her husband in 1740.


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