Opulent 17th Century country house with parkland and walled garden designed by Robert Lyminge (1607-1628) and William Samwell (1628-1676) for William Windham.
Pair of Grade II listed gate lodges (Cromer North and South) built circa 1841 and located on the B1436 east of the main house. Constructed of red brick with elegant stone mouldings, string courses and quoins in the Jacobean style. Two rooms with canted mullioned bay window. Ogee Flemish gable surmounted by Lion with stone panel bearing coat of arms. Pair of central chimney stacks with polygonal shape. Single stack to west gable.