Frostenden has a pretty Church dated by Pevsner as C13.  This is not the site for Suffolk Churches but here is a picture of it:

The only non-Church entry is for Frostenden Hall, which is next to the Church:

On page 226, Pevsner describes this as “mid-C17, red brick.  ...  The front is C18 and has a width of 5 bays and the curious (perhaps not original?) feature that the doorway with a pediment on Tuscan columns is in the fourth bay and is balanced by the same motif surrounding the window in the second bay.”

(The most left-hand bay is here hidden by trees)

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