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

After the church, the only building for Playford is Playford Hall of which Pevsner says: "Fragment of a larger Elizabethan red brick mansion. What survives is L-shaped. It represents part of the centre and the W wing projecting to the S. A corresponding E wing still existed in the later C18. The front of the wing towards the S is of the early C18, the rest is Elizabethan of 1589 with the windows all re-done. Three mighty chimneybreasts to the W, facing the moat which surrounds the house."

The L-shape and C18 front is seen here:
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The three mighty chimneybreasts can be seen here:
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Moving around the moat to the see the N side:
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The entrance via a bridge over the moat:
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