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