Old Court Hall, Godmanchester

Old Court Hall, Godmanchester

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Old Court Hall, Godmanchester. Once the home of the 'Gentry' or Upper Class Honeybunn family, but purchased by Mr Markham in the 1960s and converted into residential flats. The building itself sits on a small plateau as seen by the raised wall to the front and left side. The buildings to the left and right sit at street level. The front block has two storeys but raises to three at the rear of the building. National Heritage Description: Date Listed:  27 May 1977, Grade 2, Circa 1850. Gault brick. 2 storeys and basement, 3 windows, sashes with glazing bars, shutters. Double doors with rectangular light over. Eaves brackets, hipped slate roof. 2 storey bay on north end.  (Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v1.0.) #1850 #Brick #Gault #Gault_Brick #Godmanchester #Grade_2 #Grade_two #Listed_Building #Shutters #Slate
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