Great Saxham

 
 

The only non-Church entry for Great Saxham is for Saxham Hall dating from 1798.  The claim that the grounds were laid out by, or embellished by, Capability Brown is disputed by the current owners because they have extensive records of early estate expenditure and there was no bill from him!  The Temple, of which there is no photograph, is now a private house secluded from the Hall and road but just visible from the road through trees.


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