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Property details

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 5 reception rooms


  • Elegant grade 2 listed farmhouse
  • Extended & refurbished throughout
  • Bespoke kitchen by cubitt & theobold
  • 4 bedrooms & 5 reception rooms
  • Immaculate grounds of around 3 acres (sts)
  • Walled garden
  • Beautiful wildlife pond
  • Paddocks & stabling
  • Original coach house
  • Tall tandem garage for horsebox

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An elegant & substantial Grade II listed farmhouse in grounds of around 3 acres (sts) with landscaped gardens, paddocks, walled garden and wildlife pond. The house has been extended and refurbished throughout. Outbuildings include an original Coach House and tandem garage suitable for a horsebox.

The Norfolk Agents are delighted to offer for sale White Hall, a very substantial & elegant Grade 2 listed former farmhouse sitting well in approximately three acres and in excellent condition. Along with the main house there is a Coach House, a tandem, high garage, stabling for two and large feed store, duck and sheep houses, three paddocks and a meadow.

The beautiful and extensive gardens are laid out to lawns, beds and borders and "wrap around the house" with lovely vistas of the garden and landscape. There is a walled garden with restored flint walls which has been recently designed and planted. The feature courtyard garden has galvanised steel panels and a Rill.

Features in the lawns are oak pergolas planted with roses and a galvanised steel pergola planted with clematis. The paddocks are all post and rail and in the meadow there is a large mature pond offering a haven for ducks and wildlife. To the back of the stables and feed store there is a copse of woodland.

The house can be approached through a front entrance with a continuous gravel porous pave drive, to a turning circle at the front of the house, round to ample parking and the rear entrance.

Over the last 10 years the current owners have carried out a complete restoration of the house, buildings and land to create a beautiful family home very suitable for a, " country lifestyle". The house is of white painted brick elevations with pantile roofing.

Internally the house offers four well- proportioned double bedrooms, three bathrooms, drawing room, dining room, morning room, front and rear hall, back stairs, study, bespoke oak kitchen with Aga, Still room and garden room. The beautiful feature of the front hall is the stairs rising to a galleried landing. All the rooms have been laid with attractive British wool carpets and the main rooms have a fireplace and wood burning stoves. There is a utility /coat room in the Coach House along with a store, large general- purpose room, old harness room and workshop. There is also a large garden equipment store shed and log store. The Coach house loft space is fully boarded and has lighting.

Internally the house has been decorated with soft earthborn breathable paints, the casement windows are shuttered and have "storm windows" double glazing.

The house is on mains electricity, water, oil fired central heating and Klargester sewage plant.

The property is a haven for many birds and is visited in the summer by a breeding colony of swifts.

The total floor space in the house is approximately 3,100 sq.ft

The Coach House measures approximately L= 64 ft x W = 17ft

The garage measures approximately L = 31 ft x W 12 ft x H 9ft plus roof.

Reception hall An impressive entrance with a grand stir case rising to the first floor and relaid quarry tile floors.

Drawing room 19' 2" x 15' 10" (5.86m x 4.84m) Restored marble fireplace with a new skate hearth housing a wood burning stove and a pair of sash windows overlooking the front garden and meadow.

Dining room 18' 2" x 15' 11" (5.54m x 4.87m) A handmade Ancaster stone fireplace and hearth with a wood burning stove.

Morning room 17' 2" x 15' 11" (5.24m x 4.86m) Clear view wood burner on a stone plinth, with a back boiler to complement the hot water if required. Twin windows with views to the side and door to the back staircase.

Study 11' 10" x 6' 6" (3.61 m x 2,64m) Fitted bookcases and window to the side aspect.

Kitchen/breakfast room 19' 0" x 12' 5" (5.80m x 3.81m) Bespoke kitchen by Cubitt & Theobold comprising a range of fitted units in oak and a white 4-door Aga. Vaulted ceilings and Portuguese limestone flooring.

Still room 10' 4" x 7' 11" (3.15m x 2.42m) Traditional still room with a refurbished slate slab and Portuguese limestone flooring.

Garden room 17' 11" x 14' 11" (5.47m x 4.55m) Built by Draper & Nicholls in 2011 to create an additional reception room with views over the garden. Of oak construction with glazed elevations to three sides and Portuguese limestone floors.

First floor

master bedroom 18' 8" x 15' 10" (5.69m x 4.85m) Feature fireplace, views to the front and door to the en-suite.

Ensuite 20' 8" x 8' 8" (6.30m x 2.65m) Re-configured to include a luxurious modern suite comprising free standing bath, hand basin, bidet and WC.

Guest bedroom 15' 10" x 9' 10" (4.85m x 3.02m) Another generously proportioned double room with a recently refurbished ensuite.

Ensuite Comprising free standard no roll top bath, hand basin and WC. Oak flooring and a large cupboard housing two hot water cylinders.

Bedroom two 18' 2" x 15' 10" (5.55m x 4.85m) Fitted wardrobe with shelving, original fireplace and windwo to the side.

Bedroom three 11' 3" x 9' 4" (3.43m x 2.87m) Sash window to the front aspect.

Shower room Walk-in enclosure, hand basin and WC. Oak flooring and heated towel rail.


Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Attleborough 8.2 miles
  • Eccles Road 8.7 miles
  • St Peter and St Paul Church of England Primary Academy 0.9 miles
  • Wayland Academy Norfolk 1.6 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Attleborough 8.2 miles
  • Eccles Road 8.7 miles
  • St Peter and St Paul Church of England Primary Academy 0.9 miles
  • Wayland Academy Norfolk 1.6 miles

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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
11th May 2020 £875,000 Price reduced by £10,000
29th Jun 2019 £885,000 Price reduced by £10,000
23rd Apr 2019 £895,000 First listed
21st Oct 2008 £655,000 Last sold

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