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59 - 63 High Street, Melbourn

59 / 63 High Street, Elm Tree, Melbourn

History of 59 - 63 High Street

Listed building: 59 High Street

House. c.1840. Clay bat, rendered and slate roof with bargeboarded gable end to the road. Two gault brick stacks. Two storeys. Gable end has c.1920 casements, but the side elevation has the original fenestration of three flush frame casements at first floor and three at ground floor. Two original doorways with boarded doors and narrow hoods on cut brackets. Included for yroup value. During part of the C19 the house was the Elm Tree P.H.

Dr. D. Mills: Technique of House Repopulation: experience from a Cambs. Village 1841. (Local Historian Vol. 13 No. 2. May 1978).

63 High Street, Melbourn and cross roads.


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