Prince Harry ISN’T moving to this £3.6m Norfolk mansion with private pool after all...

PUBLISHED: 10:49 05 September 2016 | UPDATED: 07:56 06 September 2016

Water Hall, for sale for £3.6 million with Savills

Water Hall, for sale for £3.6 million with Savills


Agents Savills today confirmed that Prince Harry has not snapped up Water Hall, near Wighton

Water Hall, for sale for £3.6m with SavillsWater Hall, for sale for £3.6m with Savills

Prince Harry is not buying a £3.6m mansion in the North Norfolk village of Wighton, it was confirmed today.

National newspapers today ran a story saying that Water Hall, near Wighton, boasting seven bedrooms, a swimming pool and no neighbours, had enticed the prince because of its proximity to Anmer Hall, where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge live.

But a spokesman from country house agents Savills in Norwich, selling the property, confirmed today that this was not the case and Water Hall is still very much for sale.

Norfolk, with its number of large properties boasting luxury living but seclusion too, is indeed an appealing choice for celebrities - Hollywood movie star Johnny Depp was rumoured to have bought a home in Burnham Market which also turned out to be untrue.

Water Hall would definitely suit a Royal lifestyle, however. It offers three reception rooms as well as an annexe and cottage all situated with river frontage in a peaceful and private position within the Stiffkey Valley.

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