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CLIFTON HOUSE

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A house of 13th and 14th century date which was rebuilt in parts in the 16th and 17th centuries and refronted in 1708. It was originally built as two hall houses and is of brick with plain tiled roofs. The 1708 elevation to Queen Street is of two storeys in seven bays whilst at the west end of the house is a look-out tower, the last late 16th century example surviving in Lynn and a fine example of 16th century brickwork with many similarities to late medieval solar towers in this region e.g. Caistor in Norfolk.

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