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This location is in South Norfolk.

Magnificent Queen Anne house built in 1712 set in beautiful parkland designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown with grazing animals and varied birdlife, a significant collection of ancient oak trees, a vast lake, extensive woodland, walled gardens, picturesque cottage, pair of pink gatehouses, old ice house and historic bridges, encircled by the River Tiffey. The double-height entrance hall is characterised by a dramatic staircase, large chandelier and prominent architectural features. The main reception room features exquisite 18th-century plasterwork by John Sanderson and the drawing room fine silk damask wallpaper. This room connects to the library with direct access the south-facing terraced garden via steps characterised by a pair of sculpted greyhounds. An elegant spiral staircase with coffered dome provides additional access to the terraced garden with its ancient yews and box hedges and uninterrupted views of the lake beyond Capability Brown's18th-century ha-ha wall. The house has an additional spacious double-height West Wing function space with a state-of-the-art illuminated bar, lasers, a giant mirror ball, separate catering area and stylish upstairs sitting room. There is also a labyrinthine lower ground level of rooms with vaulted ceilings that runs almost the entire footprint of the house and the East Wing. At least 40 guests/crew can be accommodated (and fed) on site as the house has a newly refurbished open-plan house 300m away, a wheelchair accessible ground floor apartment, gatehouse and rustic log cabin available for use. There is also a 750m field strip on the site.