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Haughley House

Village house probably dating from the sixteenth century of timber-framing and plasterwork under a hipped plaintiled roof.

The Folly, Haughley, Suffolk, IP14 3NS

Late-medieval manor, with eighteenth-century additions, adjacent to the outer bailey of a ruined Norman castle, destroyed 1173.

The manor of Haughley was one of the foremost in England, previous lords included Henry II and Mary Tudor (present owner is the current lord). Notable features include the priest hole in a chimney, two bricked up tunnels and manorial documents on display. There is also a three-acre garden with a walled kitchen garden.

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