Marshall House, Cambridge

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Coordinates: 52°12′40″N 0°06′28″E / 52.2112°N 0.1079°E / 52.2112; 0.1079

Marshall House and Lucy Cavendish College library on the left.
Alfred Marshall, former resident, after whom Marshall House is named.

Marshall House has been the President's Lodge at Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, England, since 2001.[1][2] It was designed by the Scottish architect J. J. Stevenson and built in 1886.

The College bought Marshall House in 1991 for student accommodation and renamed it from Balliol Croft to Marshall House, after the economist Alfred Marshall, the first owner of the house with his wife Mary Paley Marshall.Marshall was a Fellow at St John's College, Cambridge.