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White Horse Inn, Stetchworth, Cambridgeshire

Date: 1905

Client: 3rd Earl of Ellesmere

Listing: Grade II


Now called White Horse Stables.

Pevsner's Cambridgeshire (with Simon Bradley, 2014) says:

Stetchworth. OLD WHITE HOUSE [sic, Old White Horse], by the lane to the church. By CFA Voysey, 1905, for the 3rd Earl of Ellesmere. Built as an inn. Quintessential Voysey, with its Westmorland-slated roof storey sheltering white-rendered walls and plain stone-mullioned windows, but with a big stable court instead of a garden behind.

White Horse Inn

Image from The British architect, 19th October 1906.

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