‘Number One’ Kimberley Hall is a newly renovated 3-bedroom apartment in the east wing that extends across the entire ground floor width of the north elevation. Built at the same time as the main Hall in 1712, it has its own private entrance and parking area at the top of the 800m long drive and lends itself to wheelchair access. It comprises 3 super-king double bedrooms/zip & link twins, a light and airy open-plan fully equipped modern kitchen with dining room table (comfortably seating 6-8), a large north and west-facing drawing room and two bathrooms, one en-suite and wheelchair accessible to the bedroom beyond. It also has use of a large enclosed private garden with ornamental fountain and rustic summer house. This was formerly an orangery and greenhouse designed by the famous 18th-century landscape architect Capability Brown. There is currently high speed fibre. 

The apartment is in close proximity to the Tiffey Trail, a gentle walk from the River Tiffey to the marker town of Wymondham with its unique twin-towered Abbey (built in 1108) through the estate’s Capability Brown park listed by Kew gardens as containing the highest concentration of ancient oak trees (500+ years old) in East Anglia and 25th best parkland oaks in the UK.