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

After the church (St. Mary) there are two entries for Walpole in the second edition: the Congregational church and The Elms. First the Congregational church of which Pevsner says: "Built 1607, adapted as a chapel as early as 1647. Enlarged some time before 1698. Original mullioned windows survive. At the back two tall arched Georgian windows." Seen here:
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Then The Elms: SW of the Congregational Church. House dated 1613 and with pargetting partly of that date (the vine frieze) and partly of 1708 (the very rustic oval cartouche)." Seen here:
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