Lavenham (5), Suffolk, England
Molet House is an early 16th Century building in Barn Street.
Further down the same street is the Old Grammar School where John Constable, the famous painter, attended.
Medieval Houses in the High Street.
Dating from the 13th Century this building was originally owned by the Benedictine monks, hence the name, but later became a wealthy Elizabethan merchants house.
It is now a private house.
This absolutely stunning house in Water Street has brick infill in a herring-bone pattern rather than the usual wattle and daub. This means that whoever had the house built originally was very well off indeed as bricks, at that time, were very expensive.