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© Mr Alan Francis Polaine

IoE Number: 48712
Location: CELLARERS HOUSE (BOARDING HOUSE OF KING'S SCHOOL), THE COLLEGE
  ELY, EAST CAMBRIDGESHIRE, CAMBRIDGESHIRE
Photographer: Mr Alan Francis Polaine
Date Photographed: 07 April 2005
Date listed: 23 September 1950
Date of last amendment: 19 June 1972
Grade I

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THE COLLEGE 1. 1082 Cellarers House (Boarding House of Kiiag's School) (formerly listed as part of Residences incorporating remains of TL 5479 2/102 Infirmary including Chapel) 23.9.50. I GV 2, The Cellares House, now a boarding house of King's School extends south at the west end of Infirmary Lane. It is probably of earlier date than Infirmary. The ground storey has massive walls and a Norman barrel vault. Much of the building was demolished in 1770 when the dwelling was built on the south side. The north side has 2 bays of the C12 Infirmary arcade, with rickly ornamented arches and capitals. The roof is tiled, with flat headed dormers. the buff coloured house on the south side was built in 1770 and an upper attic storey was added in the C19. The south front has 5 window range, double-hung sashes with glazing bars, in flush cased frames. A central C19 gabled porch projects on the front. The west front is C19 with 2 stone mullioned bays, in C14 style and 2 crow-stepped gables. The roof is tiled, with 5 C19 gabled dormers on the south front. The Dark Cloister, Powcher's Hall, the Painted Chamber (Walsingham House), the Chapel of the Infirmary (Deanery), the Black Hostelry and Cellarers Chamber and Cellarers House (Boarding House of King's School) form a group. See also general group description under the Cathedral of The Holy Trinity.

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