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

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After the Church Pevsner mentions The Grange and then says "Very pretty village street" with one example house opposite the bridge not easily identifiable ("timber-framed and thatched") and then the Rectory and finally the bridge. I'll highlight those mentioned and then provide a selection of the rest of the houses.

Starting with The Grange it can be seen above alongside the church. Pevsner says: "By the church. With divers gables, and in the porch gable a cartouche with the date 1694." Below in more detail:
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Next, "the Rectory, with a stuccoed C18 front and two projecting wings". As below:
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The final identifiable mention is: "The Bridge is really two short hump bridges of brick. One is dated 1754 by Jervoise." As seen here:
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Opposite the bridge is the local pub and other houses as can be seen here:
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So, now a selection of houses in more detail:
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