Bacton Manor House sits within a beautiful setting in the village of Bacton.
The attractive Grade II* listed manor house is understood to have been built with the remains of an earlier house between 1720 and 1730 by the Pretyman family.
The house welcomes with a grand early Georgian front which leads into impressive panelled reception rooms. It has Victorian and later additions to the rear but originally had single storey pavilions on each side of the main elevation surrounded by formal walled gardens and parkland.
The property presents elegant façades with symmetrical main fenestration providing accommodation arranged over three floors under a peg tiled roof.
On the first floor two of the panelled bedrooms have spectacular views across the garden and countryside beyond.
The house comprises of 8,500 sq ft arranged over three floors and a cellar but the property has detailed Planning and Listed Building consents, which gives the option for conversion into a single residential dwelling over 7,500 sq ft, which would provide seven bedrooms, six bathroom and three reception rooms following the removal of the post Victorian additions and undertaking renovation works.
The gardens and grounds are predominately lawn with an orchard to the north and a large pond beyond.
The guide price is £550,000.
An open event is arranged for the property on Saturday March 28 10am-1pm.
For more information contact Lacy, Scott and Knight on 01449 612384.