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

The entries in the second edition are for the church, Almshouses and Erwarton Hall. The best known part of the latter is the spectacular Gatehouse.

Of the Hall, Pevsner says "The house has been much altered, but the facade remains in a clearly recognisable Elizabethan form, brick, laid in English bond, with mullioned and transomed windows, symmetrical with the five-light bay window corresponding to the porch with three-light windows over. The other windows also of three-lights. A date of 1575 occurs on the glass of a window pane". and "But far more spectacular than this is the gatehouse, which can be dated for heraldic reasons c1549. It lies in line with the entrance of the house. It is also of brick. Round angle buttresses with round pinnacles. Four semicircular gables. Intermediate pinnacles on the sides and through the side gables. The gateway is tunnel vaulted". The gateway is seen here:
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The house can be seen through the gateway:
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