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6 Little Lane, Melbourn

History of 6 Little Lane

Listed building:

Cottage. Mid-late C.17. Timber-framed, plaster rendered and long straw thatch roof, half-hipped. Original red brick ridge stack with upper courses rebuilt in grey brick.

In 1842 the cottage was owned by John Hitch and occupied by William Long.


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