A Grade II listed hall is up for auction with a guide price of £400,000, making it an appealing prospect for property developers. 

Crow Hall Farm, near Wymondham, is on the market with Auction House East Anglia after being owned by the same family for 70 years.

The hall is surrounded by a sprawling lawn and has a long, winding drive.

Eastern Daily Press:

There is further outdoor space surrounding the back of the house with manicured hedges and trees framing the historic property.

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Many period features can be found in the house, which is set over three floors, including exposed walls and ceiling timbers, fireplaces and flint detailing. 

Eastern Daily Press:

The sitting room has exposed timbers with large windows allowing for a light and airy atmosphere.

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The first floor has three bedrooms with a shared family bathroom.

Eastern Daily Press:

Another bedroom can be found on the top floor and there is also a large attic space which could be converted.

The auction will take place at 11am on Wednesday, September 13.


Crow Hall, Wymondham Road, Wramplingham
Guide price: £400,000
Auction House East Anglia, 01603 505100