5 Park Farm Barns

Sitting, kitchen, dining, drawing room/s all flow together in this unique barn restored by Michael McNamara Associates.

Originally part of the Walpole estate, it was a grand statement which all visitors to the hall had to go past on their way to Wolterton Hall.   This landmark barn, with its three distinctive Dutch gables, now brings together the rural architectural strengths of the 19th century with the style and comfort of the 21st.

“This is a truly a beautiful barn, its symmetry and proportions create a wonderful flowing living space both outside and in.”

Ryan McNamara, Construction Manager, (BA Hons)



  • Connected open living area encompassing drawing/sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, hall/dining room
  • 4 bedrooms, 1 on the ground floor, and all with ensuite bath/shower rooms; plus 2 ground floor loos
  • Open first floor sitting/study space
  • Carpeted attic with pull down steps
  • Fitted kitchen and utility supplied locally by specialists Dalehead Woodworkers
  • Underfloor heating (by NIBE Air Source Heat Pumps) plus a wood burning stove and oakflooring throughout
  • Large front courtyard with east facing breakfast terrace
  • South facing garden overlooking parkland
  • 3 bay cart shed garaging
  • Electric gates


Surrounding Area

Wolterton and Itteringham

Park Farm and its surrounding buildings were originally part of the Walpole estate and are in the middle of the open countryside, the landmarks being Mannington Hall and Wolterton Hall and Park.

The nearest village, is just two miles away and has a Post Office/shop, church and an exceptionally good pub – which also serves excellent food – The Walpole Arms. Another renowned restaurant, The Saracen’s Head, is within walking distance.

Park Farm is seven miles from the historic market town of Holt which is adjacent to Greshams School, the well known Norfolk public and prep and pre-prep school which includes W H Auden and James Dyson as past pupils. Beeston Hall pre-prep school is also within accessible distance to Park Farm. Aylsham is five miles away and has good shopping facilities and a thriving and lively auction house.

It is just nine miles to the coast with outstanding beaches, wildlife, and riding facilities. A number of golf courses are also in the area, both links and in-land.

Norfolk’s capital city, Norwich, is around 17 miles from Wolterton and has an international airport as well as a direct line train service to London, Liverpool Street.