A coach house and cottages in Haveringland, near Reepham, are up for sale for £1.2 million. 

The Grade II listed Coach House was built in the grounds of the former Haveringland Hall, which was constructed in 1839 by Edward Blore (who designed Buckingham Palace) and subsequently demolished in 1946. The Coach House complex and clock tower remained, with the Mews and Smithy cottages added later. 

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Currently run as a holiday business, the property offers income earning opportunities or the chance for an owner occupier to have multi-generational family living. 

The Grade II listed Georgian Coach House, which sleeps 12, has an entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, six bedrooms, three bathrooms and a garden. 

Eastern Daily Press: The Grade II listed Coach HouseThe Grade II listed Coach House (Image: Humberts)

There are three cottages in the courtyard complex – the Smithy, the Mews and the Clockhouse. Each has high ceilings, spacious rooms and gardens with hot tubs. 

The Clockhouse includes an entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, two bedrooms and a bathroom. It sleeps four. The Smithy sleeps five and has an entrance hall, sitting/dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, one with en-suite WC, and a shower room.  

Eastern Daily Press: The sitting room in the ClockhouseThe sitting room in the Clockhouse (Image: Humberts)

Eastern Daily Press: The MewsThe Mews (Image: Humberts)

In the Mews, which sleeps six, there’s a sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, three bedrooms, one with en-suite WC, and a family bathroom. 

Anyone living or staying in the complex can benefit from the indoor, heated swimming pool, which has four changing cubicles, a shower and a WC. 

Eastern Daily Press: The heated, indoor swimming poolThe heated, indoor swimming pool (Image: Humberts)

There’s also an on-site manager’s office and a utility room/laundry room. 

Nestled in a woodland setting, the complex is approached through an archway to an Italianate-style courtyard with a fountain and an ornamental pond. It is set in approximately 1.3 acres of land. 

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The cottages produced an income of £96,899 for the last six months of 2023 and booking income for 2024, at the time of the property going on sale, was £104,896. 

Haveringland is about four miles from Reepham, five miles south-west of Aylsham and 10 miles north of Norwich. 

For more information, contact Humberts. 

Coach House and cottages, Haveringland 
Guide price: £1.2 million 
Humberts, 01603 661199