Wadeson Street

Cambridge Heath

Wadeson Street

Wadeson Street, Cambridge Heath

A converted Edwardian poor school situated below what was once All Saints Chapel. Built in 1900 it retains many original features, including bare brick work, parquet flooring and some of the earliest examples of open plan steel beam construction.


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