A four-bedroom country home that dates back to the 14th century is on the market for £700,000.

Gissing Manor, in Gissing near Diss, is Grade II listed and has period features such as a thatched roof, Tudor brick fireplaces and exposed beams.

Previous owners have renovated the property to insulate and preserve it for future homeowners.

The property agent, Tom Clayton of Savills, said: "Gissing Manor sits within delightful countryside and would make an excellent country retreat."

The ground floor opens to the drawing room, with a bay window and fireplace.

This entrance leads to the sitting room, the dining room, the kitchen and the breakfast room - which has French doors to the garden.

There is also a pantry, a boot room, a utility room and a bathroom.

The first floor has three bedrooms, two of which have en suites, and the second floor has the fourth bedroom.

Gissing Manor sits in a plot of 0.7 acres and is approached through five-bar wooden gates and a gravel drive.

The gardens have two natural ponds and a fenced area of lawn.

Both sides of the property have views of fields and countryside.


Malthouse Lane, Gissing

Guide Price: £700,000

Savills, 01603 229229, www.savills.co.uk