How Hill, formerly the home of the Boardman family, is a delightful Edwardian thatched house set in its own grounds. Situated in the heart of the Norfolk Broads it provides access to some of the most evocative landscapes of this unique area. The house commands superb views over the 365 acres which make up its estate, revealing Broadland in miniature. Reed beds, marshes, a small broad, woodlands, a reach of the River Ant, a marshman’s cottage, and three restored windmills – all form part of How Hill. There are also two quite separate garden areas – formal terraced gardens surrounding the house, and exotic water gardens featuring a magnificent springtime display of azaleas.