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The house is a Grade I Georgian Mansion in Suffolk. The hall was built in the 18th century, possibly based on an earlier 17th century house. It’s known to have been enlarged and remodelled in around 1800 by Francis Sandys for Robert Sparrow.
The original building may have been built by John Felton who died in 1703, potentially dating the building to the 17th century. It is built in two storeys of brick and stucco, with a 7-bay frontage. To the left of the main block was originally an Orangery, now converted to other uses.
The interior includes an octagonal staircase hall with a stone Imperial dividing staircase having wrought-iron balustrading and a mahogany handrail. This majestic house is surrounded by an orangery, an immaculate garden and private woodland. With its stately grandeur and Georgian architecture, it’s a true one-off.
Inside, opulent furnishings nod to the history of this estate and provide luxurious comfort. There’s even a house manager and team on hand to prepare the home to suit your occasion.
The surrounding coastline and local countryside provide ample opportunity for beautiful scenic walks and outdoor pursuits.
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Worlingham Court (300m from the house):
Stable Cottage (200m from main house):
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