Herringswell Manor, Suffolk

The Manor at Herringswell is a sympathetic conversion of a historic manor house and the estate buildings surrounding it into a selection of unique apartments and houses set in 8 acres of landscape grounds. Located close to the hamlet of Herringswell near Newmarket, Suffolk, The Manor offers a secluded country setting, with all the comforts of modern living.

 

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  • Herringswell Manor

    The Manor at Herringswell is a sympathetic conversion of a historic manor house and the estate buildings surrounding it into a selection of unique apartments and houses set in 8 acres of landscape...

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  • 5th Century
    There has been a manor house on the current site at least since Saxon times, when it is recorded that the landowner Ulfric gave The Manor to the Abbot of Bury St Edmunds.
  • 11th Century
    Over the centuries the surrounding area has played host to a succession of great kings: the region was once under the protection of Earl (later King) Harold, while Alfred the Great is thought to have had a manor house at nearby Freckenham – and both Henry III and James I are known to have hunted deer and boar in the local woodland.
  • 20th Century
    The current manor house – a Grade II listed mock Tudor residence – was built as a private home with a large stable block on the site of the original manor around 1906, and has subsequently served as home to a Japanese school (hence the presence of an oriental temple and garden features), which saw further expansion of the estate buildings.
  • 21st Century
    With the closure of the school, the property became available for sympathetic conversion and refurbishment.
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Herringswell Manor, Suffolk
Herringswell
Hertford
IP28 6SH

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