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

The second edition only has the church and the Tudor Grange which it acknowledges is actually in Nettlestead Parish. The third edition describes it under Nettlestead. Pevsner says of it "Timber-framed, C16, highly picturesque with its (later) brick nogging". Little can be seen from the road but what can is seen below. The third edition gives a better idea of what can and can't be seen, saying "The hall range and r cross-wing were rebuilt in the early C17 on a bigger scale, with red brick on the ground floor. Some of the timbers of the old hall were reused for the stable and hay loft attached to the barn W of the house. Between the house and the road, a former service range (dairy and bakehouse) of c1600, timber-framed with (later) brick-nogging on the upper floor".
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