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It's unusual to combine Henry VIII and Stayin' Alive together in one property - but this romantic Tudor pile in the remote heart of Norfolk does.<br />
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Not only was Henry VIII a regular visitor to the magnificent 16th century East Barsham Manor but legendary Bee Gees manager Robert Stigwood also held court there in the 1970's. <br />
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The Tudor monarch stayed at the Manor House near Fakenham in Norfolk on five separate occasions - but incredibly never with the same wife. <br />
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Now Grade I listed, Henry used the impressive ten bedroom redbrick residence as his base when visiting a nearby shrine to Our Lady of Walsingham, the Virgin Mary. <br />
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Stigwood lived there in the early 1970's around the time the massive hit movie Saturday Night Fever was being planned.<br />
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The historic 500 year old manor is now on the market for £3 million through estate agents Abbots.