The property comprises a group of largely historic partly listed buildings in a rectangular site which provide two commercial units and a house on the street frontage, with further offices and studios on the upper floors, and with the rear buildings comprising a mixture of offices, studios and residential units around two courtyards.
The buildings are of a variety of ages with some being Victorian and others considerably older, and are a mixture of brick, flint and timber frame construction under pitched roofs covered in tiles and slates. The development has evolved over the last 30 years or so and provides an attractive commercial and residential complex.
Norwich is a vibrant and historic city with an urban population of 213,000 (2011 Census) and a retail catchment of approximately 1.1 million, Norwich has a student population of over 30,000 at the UEA, Norwich University of Arts and Norwich City College and is home to a number of major occupiers including Aviva, Unilever, Archant, Virgin Money and Briar Chemicals.
Norwich has a regular journey time by rail to London Liverpool Street, with a journey time of approximately 1 hour 40 mins.
The subject premises are situated on the west side of King Street, just south of its junction with Rose Lane, in a densely developed historic area of the city.
Surrounding properties include a mixture of shops, offices, churches and residential properties.
The premises are offered on a freehold basis subject to and with the benefit of the current tenancies.
It is understood that a disused pathway along the southern side of the site, between the buildings and the adjoining churchyard, is included in the freehold.
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