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Richmond Road, Saham Toney, Norfolk, IP25


5 Bedroom Manor House Sold

Richmond Hall is a truly magnificent country residence, situated in approximately 23 acres (sts) of mature landscaped gardens and parkland in the heart of Norfolk. Originally conceived in the 1980's the property features brick and flinted construction under a tiled roof. With a selection of beautifully re-created period features intended to incorporate the best of both period and contemporary designs with all of the added benefits of a more modern home.

The extremely well proportioned accommodation provides space and flexibility for extended families or entertaining and also more intimate cosy rooms as required. There is an excellent light and airy feeling throughout, aided by high ceiling hights and large bespoke timber framed windows. Each of the rooms offer exceptional views over the surrounding formal gardens and beyond.

Upon entering the property, a real sense of quality and attention to detail is immediately apparent. The stand-out reception hall features an impressive hand crafted staircase leading to a galleried first floor landing. Floor coverings feature natural stone, slate and exposed boards to a wonderful standard with underfloor heating throughout.

The majority of the internal doors are solid oak and the kitchen is hand fitted with granite worksurfaces, opening into the family room providing a great space for all of the family to enjoy. In all, six reception rooms provide ample living space and multiple options for any number of uses or occasions, there is even a games room complete with a bar.

Moving to the first floor, the galleried lading provides an impressive view over the reception hall. The principal bedroom features a large dressing room and en-suite facilities, as one might expect. Bedroom two also enjoys its own en-suite facilities, with bedrooms three and four sharing a family bathroom and an additional dressing room, which could be utilised as an additional bedroom if required.

Richmond Hall stands elegantly in a central position within its formal grounds, approached through automated gates granting access to a long gravelled driveway, flanked by hedging and lawns and leading to a gravelled turning circle immediately to the front of the property.

The formal gardens to the rear of the property enjoy a pleasant south westerly aspect, being mainly laid to lawn and feature a well-stocked Trout lake. To the side of the house is a three bay garage/cart lodge with one bay currently in use as a gymnasium. There is a substantial outbuilding with a separate driveway, parking area and gated access from the road (formally a country clothing store) which provides excellent potential for change of use/conversion, subject to the necessary consents. In addition, you will discover a large block built outbuilding (formerly stables) which is currently purposed as a workshop and a separate five bay stable block as well as a collection of timber/steel framed barns/Dutch barns. Beyond, there are paddocks/parkland extending to approximately 18 acres (sts), woodland areas, and even a lake which is the perfect spot to enjoy a wealth of wildlife.

SAHAM TONEY The village is approximately nine miles from East Dereham, two miles from Watton and eight miles from Swaffham. Within the village there is a public house called the Old Bell, a hotel Broom Hall Country Hotel and the property is only about five minutes from the Richmond Park Golf Course. The village also has a Church of England Primary school, Parker's School with just over 100 pupils. The Church of St. Georges is a handsome flint building with a tower containing 6 bells and a clock. The Church has some very beautiful stained glass windows, the east window of the chancel portrays the Last Supper, this was a gift by the late Rev. W. H. Parker, who restored the whole building at considerable expense in 1864. There is a well-used Sports and Social Club with a hard working committee that keep the sports grounds in excellent condition for football and cricket matches throughout the year, there is a small bar for members and their guests.

SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity, septic tank drainage and LPG gas central heating. Telephone and broadband connected.


ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D. Ref:- 0390-2171-7010-2829-0231. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
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IP25 6AE

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