Felbrigg Hall

Felbrigg Hall Felbrigg Hall is a 17th-century English country house near the village of that name in Norfolk. Part of a National Trust property, the unaltered 17th-century house is noted for its Jacobean architecture and fine Georgian interior.

Outside the house are a walled garden, an orangery and orchards.The hall is Grade I on the National Heritage List for England. Ketton-Cremer bequeathed the house to heritage charity The National Trust, which took control in 1969.HistoryThe estate originated with the Felbrigg family. It passed to John Wyndham (died 1475), and was then in that family for centuries.Thomas Wyndham (died 1522) was a co

Outside the house are a walled garden, an orangery and orchards.The hall is Grade I on the National Heritage List for England. Ketton-Cremer bequeathed the house to heritage charity The National Trust, which took control in 1969.HistoryThe estate originated with the Felbrigg family. It passed to John Wyndham (died 1475), and was then in that family for centuries.Thomas Wyndham (died 1522) was a co

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