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

After the church, Pevsner mentions Hurts Hall which is not readily visible from the entrance road by the Church, or from the Churchyard, but may be glimpsed through the trees from the B1121. Pevsner is then a bit dismissive of Saxmundham, such as “in the main street of Saxmundham little need be noted”. The third edition is kinder and includes far more buildings.

Pevsner mentions the Bell Hotel of 1842. Grey brick, five bays, two and a half storeys, with a Tuscan porch. Seen here:
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Next to the Bell Hotel it takes the third edition to note that "On the N side of the Bell Hotel is the little Market Place. The substantial buildings here, notably Old Bank House, (W side) are of similar date to the hotel (c1830 - 1840)." Old Bank House is shown here:
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Back to the second edition, Pevsner mentions the Town Hall and the house next door as well as the Post Office and Telephone Exchange. Due to lorries parked there are no photographs of these.
Pevsner then went past the railway and the house with the “funny Gothic doorway” was covered in scaffolding so there is no photograph of that either. But "on the right a stately early C18 house, lying slightly back". Red brick, five bays, two storeys, parapet, hipped roof. Doorway with Tuscan pilasters, a metope frieze, and a segmental pediment". Seen here:
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Then: "its left hand neighbour is similar but a little less formal". Seen here:
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