Occupying a private position in the heart of Poringland stands Porch House, a period Grade II* former farmhouse arranged over three storeys. This late 16th century residence oozes charm the moment you enter, the high ceilings of fine exposed beams, inglenook fireplaces, original doors and mullion windows create an inviting home that you will not want to leave. Upon entering down the newly landscaped sweeping driveway you cannot help but be impressed by the stature of this colossal private family home. The driveway features a turning circle along with a detached triple garage and an external office measuring 17ft1 x 12ft6. Upon entering this home, you see the beautiful full height gabled tower porch, this home is steeped in history. This grand detached property boasts around 4750 sq. ft. of accommodation and is thought to be perfect for multi-generational living. Each room offers an abundance of period features and has recently been decorated and benefits from new carpets throughout. The sitting room offers a double aspect view along with an inglenook fireplace of wonderful brickwork surrounding a multi fuel stove set on a pamment hearth. Designed to seamlessly flow through as one with the summer room and dining room this spacious wing of the home is perfect for entertaining. The impressive kitchen offers ample dining space and a separate utility room is found on the ground floor. This versatile home is arranged over three floors and benefits from five double bedrooms, five versatile reception rooms, a modern family bathroom and an en-suite/dressing room. Approaching an acre, the secluded grounds offer a high level of privacy along with attractive views over the adjoining open countryside. Porch House is a listed Grade II* being of outstanding architectural and historical importance. It is built of a mixture of brick and flint and sandstone under a pantiled roof. Originally forming part of the estate of The Duke of Norfolk, the house has been extensively restored and improved and has a wealth of exposed beams, timbers, Inglenook fireplaces and other period features throughout the property. One not to miss.