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 The Cart Shed, occupied by a motor mechanics business

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 The village notice board is on the wall of the Cart Shed, at the fork between Sutton Road and Plaisters Lane

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 Brookfield - a close of four houses built on the site of former farm buildings belonging to Sutton Farm

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 The view north along Sutton Road to the fork, from the junction with Puddledock Lane

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 The River Jordan, where it crosses under Sutton Road alongside Puddledock Lane.

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 The view over the village from Sutton Road, as it descends into the village.

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 This close of four new houses has been built to leave just a bit of view over the valley to Rimbury beyond.

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 A close of four new stone-clad houses, with a mix of thatch and slate roofs.

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 The former Police House on Sutton Road, built in the 1920's.

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 A boundary stone was erected in 2000, to mark the traditional start of the village of Sutton Poyntz, at the narrowest point between the hills of Rimbury and Winslow.

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 The house immediately on the right here was a village shop, and the house behind was the bakery.

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 This terrace of houses at right-angles to the road was renovated recently. The terrace lies on the site of, and may possibly have some of the fabric of, a Victorian abbatoir.

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 A new house on the west side of Sutton Road, nicely built to extend and visually match a much older terrace.

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 A group of new houses, not completely obscuring the view of Chalbury and Bincombe Bumps.

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 The view along Sutton Road, towards Sutton Poyntz and the ridgeway.

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 A group of Victorian cottages, next to the old Methodist chapel.

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 The old Methodist chapel has now been converted into a house, but leaving the outside reasonably unaffected.

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 The old stables, built as stables in the late 19th Century for the then vicar of Preston, but now converted.

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 The Old Rectory, dating from about 1850. A new rectory was built in about 1960, further down the lane called The Weir.

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 The Scutt Memorial Hall, built in 1909, and owned and used by the Scouting organisation.

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 Sunnyside Cottages, at the start of Sutton Road. These cottages were built on the site of a quarry mentioned in the Inclosure Award, and used for road maintenance.

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