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TL8261 :: Horringer houses [3]

Taken 5 months ago by Michael Dibb near Horringer, Suffolk, England

Horringer houses [3] by Michael Dibb
Horringer houses [3]

Ashdown Cottage, The Street, has a 14th century central core, probably the surviving bay of a substantial house. In the 18th century the core was extended and the roof was rebuilt with some mediaeval smoke-blackened rafters reused. The building is timber framed and plastered and the hipped roof is thatched. Listed, grade II, with details at: LinkExternal link The small village of Horringer, earlier known as Horningsheath lies astride the A143 road some two miles south west of Bury St Edmunds. The village includes the main entrance to Ickworth Park. There was once three blacksmiths’ forges in the village.
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Subject Grid Square TL8261
Subject Lat/Long 52.223627,0.670321 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Horringer, Suffolk, England
Photographer Michael Dibb
Taken 20200915 202009 2020 (about 5 months ago)
Submitted 2021-02-23

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