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SPINNEY ABBEY

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House, dated 1775 on the right hand gable end, on or near the site of a 13th century priory of Augustinian Canons. The house is built on a plan of two parallel gables linked by a short hall range. The walls are of coursed Barnack ashlar reused from the priory and also of clunch, probably from Burwell. There is some gault brick in the rear walls and the roofs are tiled.

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