Copt Hall consists of Milton Cottage, Plough Cottage and Oak Cottage (formerly Akeman Cottage).
"These make up what was known in Tudor times as Copt (Copped?) Hall. The present group of cottages was built on the site of the original hall in the 17th century and incorporated much of the early 16th century farmhouse.
The interior has four inglenook hearths and exposed wall and ceiling timbers. Restoration was carried out by the Cambridge Cottage Improvement Society."
Reproduced, with permission, from Historical Landbeach.