52 St Benedicts Street

A property of character with a distinctive green frontage.  Located within the popular Norwich Lanes where art and culture thrives in the fine city. 

This property is occupied by House Cafe.

Art at House Cafe Norwich – enjoy really beautiful food served in a relaxed atmosphere with fabulous coffees and teas amongst some of the best art on offer locally. Every four weeks local artists show off their latest collections.  For more information on House Cafe please click here.

FEATURES

  • Purpose fitted cafe
  • Large front window
  • Located on St Benedict’s Street
  • Beautiful views of St Margarets Church
  • Part of the vibrant Norwich Lanes

6 Bridewell Alley

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.

Aptly named, this period building is the home of a stunning local bridal business.  A fitting property situated over two levels, offering space and light.  Large attractive glass fronted entrance gives a light expansive feel to the building. 

Located in the heart of the popular Norwich Lanes, it is an ideal location for access to the city centre.

FEATURES

  • Beautiful period building covering two stories
  • Spacious and light
  • Located in the heart of the award-winning Norwich Lanes

15 Wensum Street

Meandering into Magdalen Street is Wensum Street. Both traditional and new businesses mix along this busy street with passers-by taking in the views on popular Fye Bridge. Fye Bridge is arguably the oldest river crossing in Norwich and is the gate to the North of the City known as “Norwich Over the Water”. An up and coming area, both Wensum Street and Magdalen Street are introducing phases of regeneration.

​Deceptively spacious, this property enjoys natural daylight through the glass frontage of the building.

The property is occuipied by the Cutting Crew Organic Hairdressers. Established in 1987, the salon adopted the low energy lightbulb from the first day of opening, to become Norwich’s favourite organic Hairdresser. Today they aim to have sustainability running right through the salon.

17 Wensum Street

Meandering into Magdalen Street is Wensum Street. Both traditional and new businesses mix along this busy street with passers-by taking in the views on popular Fye Bridge. Fye Bridge is arguably the oldest river crossing in Norwich and is the gate to the North of the City known as “Norwich Over the Water”. An up and coming area, both Wensum Street and Magdalen Street are introducing phases of regeneration.

​With striking jet-black external decor, this property stands amongst neighbouring local businesses.  A spacious glass-fronted building, allowing plenty of light exposure.

​Inkaddiction Studios prides itself on the quality of tattooing and premium hygiene standards. The tattoo artists and piercers operate at the highest professional standards whilst maintaining a caring and friendly approach to clients.

FEATURES

  • 374 Sq Ft
  • Deep black exterior decor to give the building impact
  • Large glass fronted building to allow plenty of light
  • Refurbished to a high standard
  • Close to Fye Bridge and Elm Hill

19 Wensum Street

Meandering into Magdalen Street is Wensum Street. Both traditional and new businesses mix along this busy street with passers-by taking in the views on popular Fye Bridge. Fye Bridge is arguably the oldest river crossing in Norwich and is the gate to the North of the City known as “Norwich Over the Water”. An up and coming area, both Wensum Street and Magdalen Street are introducing phases of regeneration.

No. 19 is a compact property refurbished for a pizza takeaway business. Pizza GoGo offers a fantastic range of pizzas with delivery direct to your door!

FEATURES

  • 379 Sq Ft
  • Professionally refurbished into a fast-food takeaway
  • Glass panelled frontage offering views inside
  • Nestled between neighbouring local businesses
  • Situated close to Fye Bridge

Studio 1 Netherconesford

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 of a mixture of renovated historic buildings along with some sympathetically developed new buildings to compliment the courtyard style complex.

Studio 1

Sits above Gallery 95 facing out onto King Street and is a good sized office with two spacious rooms and access to a communal meeting room, kitchen and toilet area.

FEATURES

  • 309 Sq Ft
  • High standard office space
  • Varied views towards Riverside and surrounding areas
  • Access to communal courtyard
  • Secure gated entrance
  • Fully serviced and managed
  • Close proximity to Norwich city centre

21 Wensum Street

Meandering into Magdalen Street is Wensum Street. Both traditional and new businesses mix along this busy street with passers-by taking in the views on popular Fye Bridge. Fye Bridge is arguably the oldest river crossing in Norwich and is the gate to the North of the City known as “Norwich Over the Water”. An up and coming area, both Wensum Street and Magdalen Street are introducing phases of regeneration.

No. 21 – this property has been refurbished to a high standard and is well-placed on Wensum Street to attract customers to the business occupying it – The Hairdresser.

FEATURES

  • 201 Sq Ft
  • Situated close to the popular Fye Bridge
  • Refurbished to a high standard
  • Deceptively spacious inside
  • Refurbished to a high standard

23 Wensum Street

Meandering into Magdalen Street is Wensum Street. Both traditional and new businesses mix along this busy street with passers-by taking in the views on popular Fye Bridge. Fye Bridge is arguably the oldest river crossing in Norwich and is the gate to the North of the City known as “Norwich Over the Water”. An up and coming area, both Wensum Street and Magdalen Street are introducing phases of regeneration.

No. 23 – an expansive double-fronted shop window allows this property to capitalise on display space Stone Hairdressers.

FEATURES

  • 525 Sq Ft
  • Large double fronted shop window
  • Spacious interior with lots of potential
  • Busy passing trade
  • Close to popular Fye Bridge

2-4 St Benedicts Street

Steeped in the popular Norwich Lanes area of the city, lies St Benedict’s 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, leads you to the heart of the city shopping centre.

An imposing building on four levels, it has had a long and varied history, including at one time trading as a pub. When the pub ceased in 1934, the building took on the life of a shop and more recently was known as “The Music Shop”.

Now the home of Bar Hawthorn a Cocktail Bar, upstairs has table service, serving in-house creations and classics and finally downstairs serves draft beer, classic cocktails, and a wide selection of wines by the glass.

Features

  • Located on the corner of St Benedicts and St Gregorys Alley
  • Norwich Lanes location
  • Impressive building with a wealth of history
  • Large foot flow
  • Popular restaurant street
  • Beautiful shop front windows – perfect viewing spot for customers to watch the world go by