Anmer Hall is the home of Norfolk Oak. We, the Everetts, have lived here for twelve years now, and have run our bespoke kitchens and joinery business, Norfolk Oak, from here for the last six years.
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Anmer Hall is situated in the Norfolk village of Anmer in England, about two miles east of The Queen's residence at Sandringham. Leased by the Duke and Duchess of Kent as their country house from 1972 until 1990, it has formed part of the Sandringham estate since 1898. It is a late-Georgian house, of brick and tile to the front elevations, and of Carstone and tile to the rear and north. Anmer Hall in its current form dates back to around 1802, but in fact the middle part of the house is much older.
Our offices are situated in the old converted stable blocks here at Anmer Hall. Here we manage every element of Norfolk Oak from sales enquiries through to coordinating production at our workshops and scheduling deliveries. Our office staff are always a phone call or email away, ready to assist with any enquiries related to our range of bespoke products and services.