Since the early 13th century, continuous sequences of quite prestigious timber- framed single residences have existed on this site. The first owner, Sir William de Bruyn, a neighboring manorial Lord, created the small Manor of Brook Street of some 150 acres centred on the hamlet, which lay alongside a lively brook and Roman Road. This estate was managed from the house, which was surrounded by a large rectangular moat. Succeeding generations of the de Bruyn family and the families of Tyrrell and Harleston maintained an interest in Brook Street until the mid 16th century.
Mary Green Manor
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