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

As well as the Church (not covered on this site - see Suffolk Churches) mention is also made of the earthworks castle but the main interest here is the only house (on page 333 of 1974 edition), of which Pevsner says:

“Suffolk House, in the village street. Timber-framed, but with a fine brick end with stepped gable; early Tudor. The bressumer in the front of the house partly carved”.

It is shown here:

Stacks Image 19

and here with the brick end:

Stacks Image 5

More detail of the stepped gable:

Stacks Image 11

... and more detail of the carved bressumer:

Stacks Image 15