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Description:Isaacsons (C) Tony Lewis
Probably the oldest surviving secular building in the village, provisionally dated c.1340. Opinions on its history vary, one possibility is that it was the manor house of St Omers manor; another is that it was a hostel for the Knights of St John. It is thought that originally a further range of buildings including a gatehouse extended to the northeast. The house was owned for many years by the Isaacson family, prominent local farmers, who also gave their name to the adjoining road.
Location:52.268516, 0.330035
Road:B1102, B1104 (Burwell)
Date:11 02 2009
Photographer:Tony Lewis and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
Source:Geograph

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Galleries  | B1102 | B1104 (Burwell)

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