Stoke by Clare

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

After the church Pevsner says: "N of the churchyard a small green with a group of fine, very tall horse-chestnut trees. Along the E side pretty timber-framed and plastered cottages." Seen here:
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"A little before the railway bridge Green Farmhouse, early C18 red brick, two storeys, five bays." Seen here:
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He then moves on to describe the College and its grounds. These are not readily accessible but it is possible to see the Dovecote of which he says "At the entrance to the grounds square, early C16 dovecote, with initials and an unusual grille pattern in one place in dark blue headers. Segment headed archway and small segment headed window over. This is all I could see from public property:
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