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

The entry for Euston is all about Euston Hall which is subdivided into the house, grounds, archway, King Charles's Gate, Temple and unusually the church at the end. For the house he says "Euston Hall as it appears today is in a fragmentary state." Originally built 1666-70 the house was altered in 1750-6 when it got a new front "This exists and is now the principal approach." He describes it as "… exceedingly restrained. Nine bays, two storeys, excellent brickwork, simple porch, top balustrade and nothing else." Seen here:
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The side facing the grounds:
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The Stables: "They are of red brick and have projecting wings and a central cupola" Seen here:
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With more here:
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In the grounds the Gardener's House, of eight bays and two storeys, flint with red brick dressings and a hipped roof. It could well be of late C17." Seen here:
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"On the W is a mill, red brick, in the form of a church with an embattled tower, no doubt Georgian." Seen here:
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