Property spotlight: Grand country house with holiday cottage and tennis court

Irmingland Hall, Corpusty, north Norfolk

Irmingland Hall is a Grade II listed country house in north Norfolk. Picture: Chris Rawlings - Credit: Savills

Overlooking the stunning north Norfolk countryside, this six-bed country house is on the market for £3.5m with Savills.

Irmingland Hall was originally built in 1609 before being mostly demolished in 1788, which left only the north wing.

Since then, the Grade II listed property has been extensively renovated with the façade added in 1920.

Irmingland Hall, Corpusty, north Norfolk

The drawing room is dual aspect and has a central fireplace. Picture: Chris Rawlings - Credit: Savills

Irmingland Hall, Corpusty, north Norfolk

The dining room is accessible from the front hall. Picture: Chris Rawlings - Credit: Savills

On the approach to the house, you pass through wrought iron gates onto a sweeping gravel driveway that wraps around the back of the house to the garages.

The building is entered through the front room, which has direct access to the panelled drawing room with a fireplace, the snug and the dining room. 

Irmingland Hall, Corpusty, north Norfolk

The kitchen and breakfast room are between the back hall and the garden room. Picture: Chris Rawlings - Credit: Savills

Irmingland Hall, Corpusty, north Norfolk

The garden room overlooks the front garden's lawn. Picture: Chris Rawlings - Credit: Savills

Toward the back of the property is a sitting room, pantry and kitchen-breakfast room. There is also a garden house and there is access to a cellar. 

It also has a boot room, utility, boiler room, store and two toilets.

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Up an oak panelled staircase there is a study and three bedrooms, each of which has en suite and views of the gardens.

On the second floor there are three bedrooms, also with garden views, and another shared bathroom.

Irmingland Hall, Corpusty, north Norfolk

Hall Cottage is a three-bed that could be used for family, staff or as a holiday let. Picture: Chris Rawlings - Credit: Savills

Irmingland Hall, Corpusty, north Norfolk

The sitting room in Hall Cottage. Picture: Chris Rawlings - Credit: Savills

Hall Cottage is to the right of the main house, connected via the garages. It has a kitchen, a dining room, a sitting room with access to the private garden, three bedrooms, one with an en suite, and a shared bathroom.

South of the house is a garden with high walls.

There is an expanse of lawns, a terrace by the garden room, a croquet lawn, an ornamental pond, herb beds and shrubs. 

North of Irmingland Hall is an established orchard and a hard tennis court.

Irmingland Hall, Corpusty, north Norfolk

The front drive is gravelled and leads to the back of the house. Picture: Chris Rawlings - Credit: Savills

Irmingland Hall, Corpusty, north Norfolk

The hall sits in a large stretch of land, mostly laid to lawn. Picture: Chris Rawlings - Credit: Savills

The land is mainly laid to lawn, having a park-like appearance with trees down to the water meadows in the Bure River valley. The property's boundaries are fenced and hedged with mature trees.

Located in the hamlet of Irmingland near Corpusty, the hall is between the Georgian town of Holt and the market town of Aylsham in north Norfolk. It is just more than 16 miles from Norwich.

PROPERTY FACTS

Irmingland Road, Corpusty

Guide price: £3,500,000

Savills, 01603 229229, www.savills.co.uk