Six Mile Bottom Hall 4110

Six Mile Bottom, England, Cambridgeshire, Cambridge

Brief Description

Features include walks, a kitchen garden and several tree species.

History

Six Mile Bottom Hall was created in the late-19th century, but was rebuilt in 1901.

Detailed Description

The surrounding estate consisted of 2,657.2 hectares (6,643 acres). The first Ordnance Survey map indicates walnuts, white thorns and firs in the park which was laid out at the same date as the hall. There is a birch walk in the park and a well stocked kitchen garden to the south of the hall.
Features
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  • Kitchen Garden
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  • Manor House (featured building)
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History

Detailed History

Six Mile Bottom Hall was built in the late-19th century in the style of Norman Shaw. The Hall was rebuilt in 1901. It stands in the western corner of a small wooded park which is bounded by the Cambridge-Newmarket railway line and the A11.