Part of the original Commercial Chambers on Red Lion Street, this popular building was designed by the famous local architect George John Skipper, whose works also include Jarrolds Dept. Store, The Royal Arcade and the headquarters of Norwich Union. The work of architect George Skipper was described by John Betjeman as “He is altogether remarkable and original. He is to Norwich rather what Gaudi was to Barcelona”.
No. 9 Red Lion Street has been converted into three one-bedroom apartments, which are all similar in stature. The ground floor apartment boasts a beautiful panelled room with the original safe still in situ from its previous life as a bank!
Converted into modern one-bedroom apartments
City centre location
Original features to be found in the ground floor apartment
Farmers Avenue was named after The Jolly Farmers Inn which was in business from 1760 – 1962 and is still recognised with a commemorative plaque. Steeped in history this was the previous home of leading parliamentarian ‘Adrian Parmenter’ who was elected mayor in 1641 and died in 1663.
A spacious two-bedroom flat situated close to the historic Norwich Castle and within walking distance of all city centre amenities, Flat 1 is currently undergoing refurbishment.
Excellent city centre location
Large windows offering beautiful views of Norwich Castle
Netherconesford is a development of ten aesthetically pleasing properties offering a variety of commercial space. King Street has experienced extensive regeneration in recent years and is in close proximity to the city centre, train station and the Riverside area, with the Riverside leisure area being linked by the new footbridge.
The properties comprise a mixture of renovated historic buildings along with some sympathetically developed new buildings to compliment the courtyard style complex.
Studio 4-6 is situated in the middle of the Netherconesford complex. Following recent refurbishment into residential living accommodation, this property is now available for short-term and long-term stays via our sister company AirNorfolk.
Steeped in history and located in the popular Norwich Lanes area of the city, lies St Benedicts Street. Alive with history and culture, through to modern day shopping. Conveniently close to main transport routes through the city and a short walk up St Gregorys Alley leading to the heart of the city shopping centre.
This two-bedroom flat has recently been refurbished to a high standard and will soon be available for short-term lets through our sister company AirNorfolk. Deceptively spacious it offers everything for modern day living and boasts an outside terrace to enjoy the inner city “al fresco” experience.
Bridewell Alley is an enchanting area in the heart of the Norwich Lanes, which is full of small independent shops and cafes. Just 5 minutes walk from the Norwich Cathedral and Strangers Hall and close to the lovely medieval street of Elm Hill.
An expansive property spanning three stories. Located on a cobbled lane in the historic Norwich Lanes area of the city. The building has large glass fronted windows offering light airy space and enjoys favourable views of the popular Bridewell Museum.
Attractive large fronted windows offering light airy space
Spacious property made up of three stories
Views to the popular Bridewell Museum
City centre location
Part of the famous Norwich Lanes
10-12 Bridewell Alley is now available. Please see the particulars in the pdf below.
Designed in the early 1900’s by George Skipper, who is responsible for a large amount of architecture in Norwich (The Royal Arcade, Jarrolds, Surrey House), the building is in itself one bay and a squat tower. This gives the impression it is being squashed by its neighbouring buildings! An attractive combination of various shades of brown, cream and grey and decorative with Royal Doulton terracotta tiles.
Right in the heart of the main thoroughfare of city shoppers and formally known as the Commercial Chambers, the property is the business premises of Gallyons Country Lifestyle Clothing. Gallyons offer a wide variety of clothing for country pursuits and much more.
654 Sq Ft
Located in the heart of historic Norwich
Original looking building dating back to early 1900s
Wymondham is a historic market town and civil parish in the county of Norfolk. It lies 9.5 miles (15kms) to the south west of the city of Norwich on the A11 road from Norwich to London.
Ayton Road is situated at the edge of the industrial part of the town and is the base of Wymondham Furniture Warehouse. A former garage site, this open plan building provides a spacious interior.
Wymondham Furniture Warehouse is a Norfolk based modern and antique furniture store. They buy and sell antiques, retro, collectables, architectural salvage, garden furniture, quality modern furniture and much more.
Please click here for more information on Wymondham Furniture Warehouse.
Spacious unit converted from former garage site
Labyrinth of rooms offers plenty of storage options
Large glass fronted unit giving plenty of daylight
Situated within walking distance of Wymondham town centre