See this 6 bedroom Georgian house for sale in Shropham, Norfolk

A huge, Grade II listed Georgian house set on almost two acres of beautiful land has been put up for sale in Shropham near Attleborough for £ 1.5million.

Strutt & Parker sales agents say the six-bedroom property, known as Shropham House, has been lovingly restored and now offers family-sized living spaces spanning over 7,000 square feet.

Highlights include a bright and airy entrance hall with wooden floors and high ceilings, a 24-foot living room, and a lovely south-facing dining room, which overlooks the gardens.

Inside the living room, one of the many well-proportioned reception rooms
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Formal dining room with huge floor-to-ceiling sash windows overlooking the garden, wooden floors and wood-burning stove

Inside the formal dining room
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Huge light and airy reception room with floor-to-ceiling sash windows and a fireplace with log burner

Rooms are well-proportioned with period features and wood-burning stoves
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All have period features such as cornices, picture rails and rosettes, as well as traditional cast iron radiators and fireplaces with wood-burning stoves.

The kitchen features traditional handmade wall units as well as all the modern comforts you could possibly need: an American style fridge-freezer, a built-in oven, a pantry, a kitchen island and a separate breakfast bar. breakfast, as well as an oven from the Lacanche range built into the fireplace. It is also equipped with underfloor heating and includes a large dining area with folding doors that open onto a courtyard.

Huge modern kitchen with door to pantry, central island covered in marble and breakfast bar

Inside the kitchen
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Modern country-style kitchen with tiled floors, stove and electric oven at eye level

The kitchen has a good size bar and useful storage space
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Elsewhere on the ground floor there is an office, utility room and access to the cellar. An extension of the transverse wing, which Historic England says was added in 1836, includes a cloakroom, guest toilet, cloakroom and another living space, which was once used as a music room, sports hall and comfortable.

The master bedroom, located upstairs, has a large private shower room and a fully fitted dressing room. There are also three further double bedrooms, all well proportioned, and two family bathrooms.

Large double bedroom with leather sleigh bed, large sash window and garden view

In one of the six bedrooms of Shropham House, which is on the market for an indicative price of £ 1.5million
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Walk-in walk-in closet with huge floor-to-ceiling wardrobes, carpeted floors and sash windows

The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and a walk-in dressing room
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Double bedroom with sash window, double bed, high ceilings and modern chandelier hanging from the ceiling

Rooms are also well-proportioned, with high ceilings and sash windows
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Two additional bedrooms can be found in the extended wing, along with a family bathroom and a comfortable home office, uniquely positioned for some privacy away from the rest of the house.

Outside, mature gardens and grounds surround Shropham House, which is accessed through a grand entrance and a gravel driveway.

There is also a detached brick barn, which includes a large garage, storage room, workshop and multipurpose room with four rooms above. This offers the new owners a lot of potential and could even be converted to create further annex accommodation, subject to planning.

Large lawn gardens with shrubs and hedges, evening terrace and wooden summer pavilion

The land includes many outbuildings, as well as an evening terrace with a summer pavilion.
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Wooden bench sitting on a pebble path between large areas of lawn in a private garden

The property sits in nearly two acres of land
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Further outbuildings include a double cart shed and a summer house, which is fully supplied and connected to a water supply.

The rest of the formal gardens are well stocked, with hedges and tree-lined borders and there is also an evening terrace, ideal for alfresco dining.

For more information, contact Strutt & Parker.

Watton Road, Shropham
Indicative price: £ 1,500,000
Strutt & Parker, 01603 883602,

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