Bury St Edmunds: Norman Tower House


Located on Crown Street in Bury St Edmunds is Norman Tower House. The red brick building features purple brick diapering, stone dressings and moulded brick shafted chimneys.


A stone oriel window features on the first floor of the east facade and a pitched canopy doorway with a carved stone arch and stone pillars on the north front.

THse2The building dates to 1846 and is thought to be the work of the 19th century British architect Lewis Nockalls Cottingham. Norman Tower House is Grade II Listed.


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