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Carrow House
King Street,
Norwich,
Norfolk,
NR1 2TN

Development

1.8 Hectares (4.45 Acres)

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Ben Critchfield

01603 706128
ben.critchfield@nps.co.uk

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Darren Facey

01603 706168
darren.facey@nps.co.uk

  • Centrally located in Norwich on the outskirts of the City Centre
  • Suitable for redevelopment for a variety of uses, subject to planning
  • Characterful 1800's former residence of the Colman's Mustard family
  • Statutory Grade II listed

Description

The total site area measures approximately 1.80 hectares (4.45 acres) and is dominated by Carrow House and the adjoining office building.

The construction of Carrow House started in the 1860's for the Colman Family as a family home and retains much of the original features, including wood carving by James Minns, magnificent wood panelling, large impressive bay windows and ornate fire places in many of the formal rooms, such as the study, drawing room and board room. The house has been tastefully added to over time, such as in 1895 Boulton & Paul constructed the then very fashionable conservatory or "Winter Garden" overlooking the formal sunken rose garden. The house also contains an important group of war memorials relating to the First World War. Carrow House has a floor area of approximately 1,888m2.

In addition to Carrow House, there is an adjoining 6 storey versatile purpose built office building, believed to have been built in 1959, which has a floor area of 3,184m2. The buildings dominate the northern part of the site, with the remainder comprising garden areas and hard standing which provides car parking.