Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1127328

Date first listed: 14-Sep-1984

Statutory Address: 160, HIGH STREET


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Statutory Address: 160, HIGH STREET

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County: Cambridgeshire

District: South Cambridgeshire (District Authority)

Parish: Cottenham

National Grid Reference: TL 45085 67926


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14/49 No. 160


House, late C17 with lean-to addition at rear of C19 and C20 extension to right hand. Mostly clear red brick with broad mortar courses, with modern render to front wall. Projecting red brick end stacks with offsets and moulded string to brick stack, late C17, but the one to the right hand is now incorporated in the C20 extension. Steeply pitched slate roof. Single range plan of two rooms with original opposing front and rear doorways at low end of right hand room. The doorways are now blocked. Two storeys. Two recessed hung sashes, C19, of sixteen panes each. Two similar windows at ground floor on either side of doorway. Interior: One original hearth with original red brick has been exposed. In the rear wall at first floor level is the original late C17 arch to a window opening now sealed. The house is cellared. The house occupies part of the site of the buildings of the Manor of Crowlands which were rebuilt in c.1454. No evidence of C15 building was visible. J.R. Ravensdale. Liable to Floods (C.U.P.) p.124

Listing NGR: TL4508567926


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Books and journals
Ravensdale, J R, Liable to Flood, (1974), 124

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