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Paycocke's is a National Trust Property built 1509/10. It is an attractive half-timbered merchant's house with uncommonly intricate carved woodwork and panelling. Built for Thomas Paycocke it shows off the wealth generated by the cloth trade in Coggeshall and in Essex. Saved from demolition by the local community in 19th century the house was restored to its former glory by Lord Noel Buxton in the early 20th century. Come and enjoy the atmosphere of this beautiful house and stroll around the lovely arts and crafts garden.
Previous visitor's comments:
"A very rich and fascinating glimpse into our history" - Miss Clarke
"A wonderful step back in time" - Mrs Wrigley
"Very enjoyable and interesting house and beautiful garden which compliments the visit to the house. Very peaceful".
Adult and OAP: £3.80; Child: £1.90.
Joint ticket with Coggeshall Grange Barn: £5.30/£2.70
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Paycockes, 25 West Street, Coggeshall, Essex, CO6 1NS
Map reference: TL 846224 Lat: 51.86961 Long: 0.67996
Nearest station : 4 miles (6.4 kms) from Kelvedon station
Parking: NT's at the Coggeshall Grange Barn. Suitability for Dogs: Guide dogs only
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