Norton Hall Farm Barns development

Planning & Development

Norton Hall Farm Barns

The Holkham Estate Company commenced work on the conversion of its former farm buildings at Norton Hall Farm Barns in Burnham Norton into four homes in May 2014 with completion in early 2016.

The buildings date back to the early 19th century. The principal building has been converted into two dwellings and is built of chalk on a brick plinth with random brickwork, brick quoins under a pantile roof. Barn 2, a former cattle yard, is of similar construction. Barn 3, the former coal yard for the local area sits to the north of the site and separate from the main set of agricultural buildings.

The estate partnered with Bryan Williams, a north Norfolk barn specialist, to convert these former agricultural buildings into highly sustainable and quality homes and the project was overseen by local architect Ian Cable.

Burnham Norton is one of the ‘Burnhams’, a group of adjacent villages in north Norfolk. Situated off the A149, some 2 km north of the more well-known village of Burnham Market.

Site Plans:
Barns 1, 2 and 3 (PDF)
Barn 4 (PDF)