Cambridge 2000: Histon Road: 335-337
One of the earliest buildings in what is now the northern
part of Histon Road was a pair of cottages. Later these
cottages were converted into one house, with bay windows
added, and another house was added to the side. It is a
peculiarly English habit to build houses attached to each
other even in the middle of countryside. In the late 1990s
an extension was added onto the first house, with the
central doorway removed, and a circular window put in its
place. Extensions are very common in
Cambridge because most of its housing is woefully small.
The first house also has an Ordnance Survey mark on its
outside indicating 50 feet above sea level.
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