For Sale: 1390 Wealdon Hall House in Norfolk UK

Have you ever wanted to live in Medieval times? Here you go! This stunning Grade II Listed thatched-roof residence is for sale for £595,000 ($764,705 in US dollars).

Thatched roof historic UK cottage

It feels more cottage than manor house as its formal name suggests, but it is undoubtedly a historic gem in the Norfolk countryside. Norfolk is a county in East Anglia, England.

The hall is thought to date back to 1390 with later additions. 1390 folks! That’s when Chaucer was alive. That was beginning of the Ottoman Empire. That was during the Ming Dynasty. That’s when knitting was first invented for gosh sake (Google).

The property known as the Wealden Hall House has seen some history in her SIX centuries of existence.

Thatched roof historic UK cottage

The interior of the manor is truly stunning with a Great Hall with fully vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, and original doors.

doors from the 1300's

1390 folks. This house is older than knitting.

Thatched roof historic UK cottage

The kitchen has been modernized with some great amenities but look at those heavy, low-hanging beams from the 14th century.

Thatched roof historic UK cottage

The sitting room (below) is accessed from the Great Hall and has a large “inglenook feature fireplace” with exposed brickwork.

Thatched roof historic UK cottage

The manor has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

Look at the upper level master:

Thatched roof historic UK cottage

The vaulted ceiling with original timbers dating back to the Ming Dynasty!

Look at one of the smaller bedrooms:

Thatched roof historic UK cottage

It’s either all or nothing with the ceiling heights in this house!

Look at this place folks…

You could actually own this Ottoman Empire era house. House Crazy Sarah is picking up her jaw from the floor now. This is in fact THE OLDEST house she has ever featured. Older than knitting!

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