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THORPE HALL

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The derelict town house of the Paston family, mainly circa 1600, on the site of the palace of the Bishops of Norwich. Built of rendered and colourwashed brick and flint with plain tile roofs, it is L-shaped in plan and comprises two-and-a-half storeys, with a lower two storey wing to the north west, single storey porches to the north and east, and a 19th century lean-to, two storey staircase extension to the west.

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