Raynham HallA stunning 17th century stately home in the heart of the west Norfolk countryside – Raynham Hall is surrounded by acres of parkland, farmland and forest within a few miles away from the awe inspiring North Norfolk coastline, fishing villages and the Royal Family’s Sandringham estate.
The building of Raynham Hall was started by Horatio Townshend in 1622 and constructed in an elegant single block form. The ancestral home of the Townshend family, Raynham has retained its Palladian style internal décor including the elaborately carved architectural chimneypieces, the architectural doorcases, painted staircase and ceilings by the celebrated 18th century designer William Kent.
The current Lord and Lady Townshend are restoring their 400-year-old home to its original glory including 17th/18th century portraits and beautiful period furnishings and features.
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