The house where Elizabeth I stayed

North Wing, Onehouse Hall ANL-140417-131644001
North Wing, Onehouse Hall ANL-140417-131644001
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Why not live in a house where Queen Elizabeth I is said to have taken breakfast under an oak tree.

The North Wing of Onehouse Hall is part of a 16th century manor house with ownership records dating back to 1047.

North Wing, Onehouse Hall ANL-140417-131709001

North Wing, Onehouse Hall ANL-140417-131709001

It was here Elizabeth was entertained by Sir William Drury. But you no longer need breakfast under a tree because it has been modernised to include a 19ft 5in by 11ft 9in kitchen breakfast room with limed oak units and integrated dishwasher and halogen hob.

The focal point of the 19ft 7in by 14ft 6in drawing room is the red brick fireplace with brick hearth in which stands the LPG gas fired stove .

The dining room is slightly larger than the drawing room while the 20ft sitting room has exposed bridging beams and studwork, plus views t over the lawned gardens to the lake and farmland beyond.

There are currently four bedrooms plus three attic rooms.

North Wing, Onehouse Hall ANL-140417-131656001

North Wing, Onehouse Hall ANL-140417-131656001

The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and the second bedroom an en suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom.

The 3.5 acre grounds include a greenhouse.

Guide price: £795,000

Agents: Robinson’s Portfolio, Whiting Street, Bury St Edmunds

Tel: 01284 769694

Website: www.robinsonsportfolio.co.uk