2:10 p.m. August 2, 2022
A Grade II listed Georgian townhouse has gone up for sale in Norwich city centre, selling for £700,000.
The four-bedroom house is one of five properties in St Giles Terrace, a row of hidden, Grade II listed townhouses located close to Bethel Street near the Norwich Lanes.
The current owner has recently renovated the property and improved many of its distinctive features, making it “proud of its origins”, according to Savills estate agent Tom Clayton.
Highlights include the kitchen and dining room, both of which are below ground level and semi-open plan, connected by an exposed brick archway. The kitchen itself is modern and well equipped and includes a good range of Smeg appliances, as well as original tiled flooring and steps leading down to a small courtyard garden.
On the ground floor there is an elegant living room which is accessed through the entrance hall and which has a beautiful period fireplace. To the rear there is an additional reception room, which offers even more possibilities and could be used as a fourth bedroom or as a library or home office.
Three bedrooms and a good sized family bathroom are located on the upper floor, and there is also an additional shower room in the basement.
To the front of the house is a charming garden, which provides ample space to sit and entertain guests. With the backyard, such outdoor space is a rare find in this location.
Parking permit is available for the area.
For more information, contact Savills.
Bethel Street, Norwich
Guide price: £700,000
Savills, 01603 229229