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

Apart from the church the main entries are for Hempnall's Hall and a cottage. Of the former Pevsner says "With a stepped brick gable to the W. The rest timber framed. Brick bridge of one arch across the moat". The house is not visible from public land but the bridge is. Here are a couple of views of it:
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Pevsner concludes with: "A cottage has a handsome oval panel in plaster. It contains flowers and the date 1691". Seen here:
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With an enlargement of the oval:
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