Set in a fabulous secluded spot, on the banks of a bend in the River Ant, is Hunsett Mill, a beautiful millkeeper's cottage sensitively restored and extended to provide a stunning 5-bedroom property.

Located in the heart of the Norfolk Broads National Park, Britain's largest protected wetland, Hunsett Mill's tranquil setting is complemented by easy access to nearby Stalham village with a large Tesco supermarket and a full range of local shops including a butchers and several fresh food farm shops.

The mill cottage sits right next to the windmill itself, a historic grade 2 listed water pumping mill recently restored by one of the country's last professional Millwrights. Together the cottage and the mill comprise one of Norfolk's most photographed images, found on teatowels, post cards and boxes of toffee throughout the county.

Distances by car:

  • 30 minutes from Norwich
  • 2.5 hours from London
  • 2 hours from Stansted
  • 10 minutes to beach
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From London:

M11 junction 9 to the A11, onto the A14, back onto the A11 to the outer ring road of Norwich, turn right onto the A47 signed to Great Yarmouth and the Broads, continue on A47 to Acle, take A1064 signposted the Broads, along the A1064 for approximately 1 mile, turn left onto the B1152 signposted the Broads. After 3 to 4 miles, T junction, take a left onto the A149 passing through Stalham with the new Tesco superstore on the right, 400 yds beyond, turn left as signed 'Byway to Chapel Field', then pick up local directions as below.

Directions from Norwich City Centre:

From Norwich take the A1151 Wroxham Road. Continue straight through Wroxham and follow the road towards Stalham. Go over Wayford Bridge and take the second turning to the right signposted 'Byway to Chapel Field'. Follow this road for about 100 yds and at the first bend beside a farmyard continue straight on over a farm hardstanding and down a driveway marked as private. After a sharp bend to the left, bear right at the brown fenced and graveled entrance to Chapel Field Farmhouse, and then continue down the drive way to the river where Hunsett Mill will be found at the end.
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