Haveringland Hall

21/08/2015

 

Haveringland is a beautiful Norfolk village bathed in historical significance. Artefacts found in the area suggest there has been human activity in the village since the Neolithic ages, almost 10,000 years ago. Haveringland Hall has its own story of antiquity, with the original hall being built during the medieval era, and although the structure is now long gone, the initial moat still remains. The second Haveringland Hall was constructed in 1580 and subsequently destroyed in 1840.

 

The third and final Hall was erected soon after, and although the actual hall was demolished in 1946 the Coach House and stable blocks still remain in residential use. The sorry end to the hall stems from its heroic involvement during World War 2, when the grounds were taken over by the air ministry. The hall was built on a design by celebrated architect Edward Blore, famous for his architectural contributions towards Buckingham Palace’s construction.

 

The Grade II listed Coach House and Cottages still manage to hold onto their historic past, cutting an aesthetically regal shape through the peaceful, woodland setting. The property is divided into four sections, based around a delightful Italianate courtyard, making an ideal proposition for holiday lettings. The current owners run it as a highly successful holiday complex, advertising the property for hen parties, family get-togethers, holidays, special occasions, weddings, theme parties and conferences, but could be suitable for any number of events.

 

The coach house is the larger of the properties and boasts six bedrooms over two floors, in addition to The Smithy and The Mews having three bedrooms and The Clock House having two. All four sections of the property have been furnished to a high standard and have access to their own private gardens, uses of a heated indoor swimming pool, games room and communal grounds.

 

Haveringland is able to offer a secluded and tranquil environment to revel in all that the Norfolk rural countryside has to offer. Located only eight miles north-west of Norwich, Haveringland is the perfect solution for someone seeking a quiet retreat away from the city, but still in a close enough proximity to enjoy the amenities and conveniences that the city centre provides. The much regarded Barnham Broom and Weston Park golf courses are both located nearby, as are the quaint north Norfolk towns of Holt and Burnham Market.

 

 

Haveringland Hall is a very unique opportunity compared to the bulk of property for sale in Norfolk. abbotFox Bespoke have recently taken this outstanding property onto the market and will undoubtedly be enticing substantial interest from buyers across the country. If you would like information about Haveringland Hall or to arrange a viewing, please call the office on 01603 660000 or email jonathanwood@abbotfox.co.uk.

 

Josh Cousens - abbotFox

 

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