A substantial country house sitting centrally in over 13 acres of grounds in a rural location

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High House is an impressive, spacious and elegant late Victorian country house set in mature gardens and grounds with magnificent trees in an unspoiled and secluded location.

The house is believed to date from the 18th Century but was extensively enlarged, altered and extended to create the existing house in 1881. High House has recently undergone substantial refurbishment and is extremely well presented.

The house sits centrally in its grounds and retains many period features including five marble fireplaces, large sash windows, cornicing and an original Victorian tiled floor in the reception hall.

The house offers substantial and flexible accommodation and of particular note is the large kitchen/breakfast/family room which has been well finished and has granite work surfaces, tiled floors, wood panelling and a four oven Aga.

There are excellent ceiling heights throughout the house, and from the upstairs bedrooms there are far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.

This property has 13.15 acres of land.


Standing to the south of the house a range of fine outbuildings, of red brick elevations under pantile roofs, the majority of which have been refurbished, and have the potential for alternative uses, subject to the necessary consents. They offer tremendous scope for stabling, garaging or conversion to further accommodation.

High House stands in grounds extending to about 13.15 acres and the two principle paddocks are located to the south of the house and are bisected by the gravel driveway. The paddocks are post and rail fenced and there are two further paddocks to the north east and north of the house. Much of the property is bordered by mature traditional Norfolk hedging and there is a spinney to the east of the house providing wood for the wood burners.

High House is approached via a gravel driveway and a five bar gate, ending in a turning and parking area to the front of the house. To the west is a large expansive lawn, and the pond and a number of magnificent mature broad leaf trees including copper beech, horse chestnut and walnut.

There is also a delightful and secluded garden and terrace area to the east of the house, which is accessed from the kitchen/breakfast/family room and provides an ideal space for outside dining and entertaining. The current owners have undergone an extensive amount of work to this area, which features an array of beautiful flowers and shrubs.

High House would also suit an equestrian enthusiast and the buildings could be converted to stabling and hay and feed storage if required. There is a separate access off the main drive to the outbuildings and land behind the house.


High House occupies a commanding elevated position set amongst gently undulating open countryside with views over its own gardens and surrounding farmland.

Bradenham is a rural village in a delightful unspoilt area, and the towns of Dereham and Swaffham offer a comprehensive range of amenities, with Swaffham having a Waitrose supermarket.

Norwich, the regional centre has a full range of amenities and a regular rail service to London Liverpool Street, as does Kings Lynn, to the west which has a regular rail service from Kings Lynn to Cambridge and London Kings Cross.

The North Norfolk coast, much of which is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, is about 19 miles to the north and provides a range of leisure amenities, as well as good quality restaurants and public houses in the villages such as Burnham Market, Brancaster, Cley, Blakeney and Wells. Holt, the attractive Georgian market town provides a good range of independent shops and is home to the renowned Greshams public school.


From Norwich head west on the A47 and after bypassing Dereham turn left after about 2.25 miles into Dale Road, this is the fourth turning after the exit to East Dereham by Tesco supermarket. At the end of Dale Road, turn right at the T junction and then almost immediately left sign posted Bradenham 3 miles. After about 1 mile turn left up a small lane by a concrete sugar beet pad and after about 1 mile the drive to High House Farm will be found on the left hand side bisecting 2 post and railed paddocks.

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Other features

  • Ground Floor: Reception Hall
  • Drawing Room
  • Sitting Room
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast/Family Room
  • Snug
  • Pantry
  • Wine Store
  • Utility Room
  • Rear Hall
  • 2 WC’s
  • First Floor: 6 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms (1 En-suite)
  • Extensive outbuildings (with potential for alternative uses)
  • Formal and informal gardens
  • Long driveway
  • Post and rail paddocks
  • Pond
  • Woodland
  • Far reaching views
  • About 13.15 acres

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Ref: NOR170005

Bradenham Norfolk IP25

Guide Price

Ref: NOR170005

Bradenham Norfolk IP25

Guide Price