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One of Norfolk’s oldest manor houses for sale for £625,000

PUBLISHED: 09:39 30 July 2020 | UPDATED: 12:19 30 July 2020

The Old Manor House, for sale for offers in excess of £625,000. Pic: Sowerbys

The Old Manor House, for sale for offers in excess of £625,000. Pic: Sowerbys

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An old thatched manor which dates to the 1500s with its own chapel is for sale in Bacton.

The Old Manor House, for sale for offers in excess of £625,000. Pic: SowerbysThe Old Manor House, for sale for offers in excess of £625,000. Pic: Sowerbys

The Old Manor House is a Grade II listed brick and flint property with an entrance hall with a brick floor and ornately carved doors.

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The sitting room has a feature central fireplace with a carved surround and the drawing room has a wood-burning stove, double doors leading to the front and a stained glass window into what was a former chapel.

Now used as a store room, the chapel, which has a second pair of stained glass mullioned windows looking in to the hall, could make a study, say agents Sowerbys. There is a shower room, kitchen with a gas Aga and utility room. Upstairs are three bedrooms, all with some exposed timbers.

The Old Manor House, for sale for offers in excess of £625,000. Pic: SowerbysThe Old Manor House, for sale for offers in excess of £625,000. Pic: Sowerbys

Outside the property is set in approximately 0.75 acres with a secluded entrance leading to a parking area. There’s a garden, orchard, kitchen garden and a range of traditional, unconverted brick and flint outbuildings.

The Old Manor House, for sale for offers in excess of £625,000. Pic: SowerbysThe Old Manor House, for sale for offers in excess of £625,000. Pic: Sowerbys

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The Old Manor House, for sale for offers in excess of £625,000. Pic: SowerbysThe Old Manor House, for sale for offers in excess of £625,000. Pic: Sowerbys


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