Pictures of buildings mentioned in the second edition “Suffolk” volume of “The Buildings of England” series by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner.

The only entry for Bruisyard in the second edition apart from the church is for Bruisyard Hall.Pevsner says "A chantry college was transferred to Bruisyard from Campsea Ash in 1354 and soon changed to a nunnery of Poor Clares. Of this remains walling and an arch in the W wall of the house. … The house in its present form dates from 1610. Red brick, three storeyed, with a central three-storeyed porch. This is flanked by slender polygonal buttresses and has a stepped gable with finials". A view of the front follows:

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Some details of the front:
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A three-quarter view and the rear:
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Further views:
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