Tour Locations | Lavenham: A Walk on the Medieval Side
LOCATION 22 | Lavenham: A Walk on the Medieval Side
Look on the opposite side of the road to the Greyhound.
Just stop and take a close look.
You are not seeing things, this really is the Crooked house.
It has not always been called the "Crooked House", at one time it was the home of the pastor at the local chapel and was called "Pastor House". But it has always been a great point of interest with visitors.
Many think that the rhyme about the crooked man living in a crooked house was inspired by this house. It must be one of the most photographed spots in Lavenham. It's clearly a fine timbered house.
When you have finished taking selfies, sketches, oil paintings etc then carry on down the hill.
When you get to Water Street at the bottom, cross straight over and keep going.