Barn, probably C18. Weather boarded timber frame on brick plinth; rendered on north east side. Slate half-hipped roof. 5 bays with opposing entrances in central bay and single isle on south west side. Full height central doorways on front and rear, that on rear south west side in lower isle. Later doorway on north west end and flint outshut on south east end.
Interior; staggered girt and close studding to walls, jowled posts and curved braces to tie beams and aisle plate; clasped side purlins (later king posts and struts inserted). Common rafters and ridge board intact; boarded above rafters. construction. Five bays with cross entries, shaped jowls to aisle posts.
Milestone possibly late C18. See milestone, London Road, Dullingham. Whitened stone inscribed '52 miles LONDON' painted black.
Cottage. Late C13 or early C14 with C15 and C16 additions and alterations.
Timber framed and plastered, tile hung at first floor. Thatched roof with red brick and earlier local brick end stacks. Stack to left hand partly rebuilt. Plain tile roof to C19 gable lean-to at right hand. One storey and attic. Open hall with two surviving bays, and bay to north east rebuilt in C15 and late C16 as jettied cross wing. Further bay added to north east reusing a deeply moulded C14 ceiling beam.
Demolished south west bay of the hall replaced by gable wall with external stack late C16 and possibly later than the inserted framed ceiling. Original features include hall window exposed at first floor with diamond mullions, splayed scarf joint with under squinted butts in wall plate, and similar scarf in closed truss to north east of hall with crown post and fragment of collar purlin, smoke blackened. One post of display truss with mortice for arch brace. Roof rebuilt in late C16.
Parish church; chancel early C13, nave and aisles C14, west gable wall rebuilt c1855 after collapse of C12 round tower. Chancel reroofed C19.
Flint, brick and rubble walls originally plastered; clunch and Barnack limestone dressings. Slate and plain tile roofs. Wooden spirelet with lead covering and iron cross. Nave of three bays, arcades with two centred arches of two chamfered orders, octagonal piers with octagonal capitals moulded on four faces, chancel arch similar but with grotesques on capitals.
Windows of north and south aisles foiled two lights in two centred arches with fragments of C14 glass and Flemish glass. East window of three lights; C13 lancet window and C14 ogee crocketed niche in south wall of chancel. Aisles and chancel with foiled piscinae. C14 stone effigy in south aisle. Brass floor monument to Sir John de Crete and his wife c1325, noteworthy for being one of the earliest, possibly by Walter le Masun.
Font C13, octagonal with lightly carved panels. Three tomb covers C13 fixed to west wall. Graffiti inscription on east reveal of easterly south aisle window records in C14 arabic the produce of the church vines. Small C19 pipe organ originally from Reach Congregational Chapel.
Barn, late C17. Timber framed, weather boarded with brick foundations.
Half hipped roof, renewed, covered with corrugated asbestos sheeting. Seven bays with single aisle. Two cross entrys, one porched.