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

The entry in the second edition only includes the church, the Rectory and Heveningham Hall. Pevsner describes the Hall as "without question the grandest Georgian Mansion of Suffolk". The exterior was designed by Sir Robert Taylor with the interior entrusted to James Wyatt who had finished by 1784. "The exterior, of 25 bays' width and a height varying from two to two and a half storeys, is built of brick, stuccoed". Some views follow:
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"The gardens were laid out by Capability Brown in 1781-2. Elegant Orangery by Wyatt, nine bays long, with a semi-circular portico on attenuated columns".

The Orangery seen here with an event in progress together with some interior views:
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"Simple horse-shoe shaped stables of red brick with semi-circular windows and a lantern" shown below together with a bridge not specifically mention by Pevsner:
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