62 Cambridge Street (17th Century)

62 Cambridge Street (17th Century)

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17th Century listed building. This building was once a pub called the Cambridge Arms. The Bay window shows building date as 1611. There is a shop a the front for the longest time run as a butchers, first by Mr Neville Markham. The shop ceased to be a butchers around 1984 and became a clothes shop. Over a fireplace in the east room on the first floor are painted the Stuart royal arms with the initials I.R. for James I. The Limes Number 60. National Heritage Description: Range of 3 houses built circa 1611-13, timber framed, partly exposed and partly plastered on upper floor and part of lower floor covered brick; tile roof. 2 storeys; upper storey projects on whole of street front and a gabled cross wing on the west has a projecting gable; 2 original central chimney stacks, multi-shafted, the eastern one is dated 1613. 8 windows to whole, 2 oriels at west end. No 59 has a later 2 window addition with lower roof line on the east.  (Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v1.0.) #Godmanchester #Listed_Building #Timber_framed
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