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A hall house in Suffolk that comes with plenty of space and a most-interesting name

Mockbeggars Hall can trace its name back to the 16th century, and has been substantially renovated by recent owners.

Last week saw the launch onto the market of one of Suffolk’s most intriguing country houses, the imposing Grade II*-listed Mockbeggars Hall — a secluded Jacobean mansion set on high ground to the south of the village of Claydon, with the A14 to the east and the valley of the River Gipping, a tributary of the Orwell, to the west.

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