Anne Boleyn was married to courtier Sir John Shelton, who was the comptroller of King Henry VIII's daughters Princess Elizabeth and Princess Mary and the young women spent three years living at Shelton Hall.
The home has its own tennis court and swimming pool and works included rerouting the drive to enhance the couple's privacy and converting outhouses into accommodation for royal protection officers and Prince George's nanny.
The Duke's new job will enable him to strengthen his ties with the town from which he takes his title.
And the eight-bedroom luxury home is now on the market with estate agents Fine & Country for £1.7 million.
The storied Shelton clan had lived on the site since 1140 when John De Shelton became the first lord of the manor.
KENSINGTON PALACE In November 2011 it was announced that the Duke and Duchess were to make Kensington Palace their permanent London home, moving into Apartment 1A, the former home of Princess Margaret.
A total of £4.5million has now been spent on removing asbestos and refurbishing the 21–room apartment, which had been used for office space since Princess Margaret's death and was described by courtiers as "uninhabitable"."As the number of tickets increased year-after-year, we needed to expedite the time it took to find who the caller was.Once we implemented Next Caller we saw an immediate reduction on tickets with missing information.""Some of our high call volume products rely on caller identification information, which is caller ID and demographic data.Use the filters at the top of the page to make your search more specific and look for the form here, below the search results.Shelton Hall in the village of Shelton and Hardwick, Norfolk, was home to Anne Boleyn, the aunt of King Henry VIII's second wife of the same name, during the 16th century.It has been restored to such a high degree that it became known as the 'land of Sheldonia' among the family.