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43 - 47 High Street, Melbourn

43 – 47 High Street, Melbourn

History of 43 - 47 High Street, Melbourn

Listed building:

Pair of houses. c.1830, extended at rear. Timber framed, stuccoed to front wall, and exposed framing to rear and end walls.

In 1842 the houses were owned by William French, and occupied by George Jackson, corn factor and James Mumford.


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