The Gate House, one of a pair that leads to Kimberley Hall, is set at the edge a stunning Capability Brown designed parkland 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.
This romantic pink house has its own enclosed garden which overlooks the magnificent parkland with its veteran trees, frequented by grazing cattle and deer. It comprises one double bedroom with a sumptuous super-king bed with a beautiful custom-made headboard, a pretty bathroom with arched window looking towards the landscape, a fully equipped kitchen and a ‘Tardis’ like sitting room with a high domed ceiling and Loaf sofa bed (the equivalent of a standard double bed), period dining table seating 6, large TV and a smart LED log effect burner with sound effects! The garden faces west and is perfect for sundown cocktails with its outdoor table, chairs and umbrella. The property has a small herb garden and fast fibre broadband.