A 12-bedroom country estate in Suffolk was one of the most viewed properties in the county last month. 

Glemham Hall in Little Glemham, near Woodbridge, is one of the county's most notable estates and is being sold for nearly £20million.

Showcasing five centuries of history, the Grade I-listed mansion is located in a traditional parkland with formal gardens. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The drawing roomThe drawing room (Image: Strutt & Parker)East Anglian Daily Times: The billiard roomThe billiard room (Image: Strutt & Parker)

The front door opens to a hallway leading to a reception hall with carved columns and views over the park. 

Within the west wing are three reception rooms comprising of the drawing room, the billiard room and the library as well as a conservatory, a bar, dining room and study leading to the east wing sitting room and office. 

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Further rooms in the east wing are two kitchens, utility rooms and additional cloakrooms. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The hall has 12 bedroomsThe hall has 12 bedrooms (Image: Strutt & Parker)

East Anglian Daily Times: One of the bathroomsOne of the bathrooms (Image: Strutt & Parker)

There are 12 bedrooms across the first floor and mezzanine level with five dressing rooms and six bathrooms. 

The second floor has the opportunity for further accommodation with 19 additional rooms which were historically used by staff of the estate.

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Surrounding the hall are gardens are sweeping lawns with cedar, oak and cooper beach trees and long runs of sculpted yew hedges. 

The walled gardens with a traditional greenhouse are thought to be the oldest feature of the gardens.

To the south, there is a grass tennis court with a traditional summer house and an original squash court attached to the side of the former carriage house. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The walled gardens are believed to be some of the oldest featuresThe walled gardens are believed to be some of the oldest features (Image: Strutt & Parker)

East Anglian Daily Times: The formal gardensThe formal gardens (Image: Strutt & Parker)

Glemham Hall also comes with parkland, seven cottages, let arable farms with farmhouse and buildings, arable land, meadows and woodland and 1,763 acres of land. 

Little Glemham is about eight miles from the town of Woodbridge with plenty of amenities and connections to the rest of Suffolk.

Estate agent Strutt & Parker has listed the property at a guide price of £19m.