A building in one of Norwich's main shopping streets has come up on the market for £395,000.

The property, in St Benedicts Street, was built in the 16th century and is a Grade II listed building with a basement, a large open plan ground floor and houses a two-bedroom first-floor flat.

Anna Smith, Commercial Surveyor at Brown & Co, said: "The building boasts a ground floor last used for retail and can now, therefore, be used for the full range of commercial and business uses without the need to obtain planning permission."

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It was formerly home to The Little Shop of Vegans which closed earlier this year.

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Also housing a former pub called the Queen of Hungary, the property has now been separated into a commercial space downstairs and a two-bedroom flat upstairs.

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There are period features throughout the home including fireplaces, wooden floorboards and exposed wall and roof timbers.

The building also has a small garden which can be used by the property's owner. 


St Benedicts Street, Norwich

Price: £395,000

Brown & Co, 01263 822488