Plough Lane 21


An attractive rendered brick house with a pantiled roof. Probably 18thC in origin and owned by a member of the Constable family in the early 19thC. It became Kirby's dairy in the mid- 20th - twice a day cattle were brought from the Commonlands up Stour Street, down the cobbled surface of Plough Lane and in through the double doors for milking. Milk and butter were sold through the window to the right of the doors (a modern replacement). The owner of No 22 next door has a flying freehold above the front door and hall of No 21 - not unusual in the older parts of Sudbury.

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