Built in 1898, it is described by estate agents Sowerbys as “a magnificent example of a beautiful home capturing the nostalgia of a bygone era”.
It is on the market for just shy of £1.2 million, with highlights including a tiled hallway and a turreted formal sitting room.
There is a casual snug and a dining room with large picture windows. The kitchen has a high-vaulted ceiling and centres around an oil-fed Aga set into the chimney breast, while two sets of French doors lead out onto the terrace from a sunny garden room.
Upstairs, all three bedrooms offer countryside views. The master suite features a fireplace, a dressing room, a sitting area within the turret space and an en-suite bathroom with a freestanding roll-top bath.
The private garden is enclosed on all sides and the gravelled driveway offers parking space for multiple cars.
Michael Birkhead, branch manager of Sowerbys in Hunstanton, told Homes & Property that Station House’s current owner has enjoyed their “loved home” for over two decades.
He said: “It is simply the right time for them to downsize, making this a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for someone looking to buy a property of this location and history.
“Sowerbys is absolutely delighted to bring it to market and, as with any home which is this unique, we anticipate a high level of interest.”
The small village of Wolferton, with its 13th-century church, is only two miles from Sandringham House, where Her Majesty traditionally spends Christmas.
It is seven miles from King’s Lynn, where you can catch a train to London King’s Cross in under two hours, and the north Norfolk coast is a short drive away.
The Sandringham Estate spans 13 villages and encompasses over 300 properties, with many lived in by ‘normal’ people.