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Harston House, 38 Church Street

History of Harston House

Listed building:

House, c.1710 with c.1912 alterations and additions by T.D. Atkinson, F.R.I.B.A. of Cambridge. Red brick with clunch dressings and steeply pitched plain tiled roof. Fine moulded eaves cornice of clunch returned to the side walls, and end parapets on kneelers. End stacks with recessed panels to each side. Original plan of main range with rear service wing. Two storeys and attic.


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