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Fab apartment on the edge of Norwich city centre

SupermajoittajaNorfolk, Englanti, Britannia
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Set on the South side of the beautiful city of Norwich, within walking distance. This beautiful apartment lies within a period property and has its own parking space.

This stunning two bedroom apartment lies within a substantial period house which has been converted in to 4 apartments. It is set in its own grounds and has a dedicated parking space and a private courtyard style garden. It is in the perfect location to enjoy the wonderful city of Norwich and the surrounding areas in Norfolk. Set on the South side of the city it is only a 25 minute walk to the centre.. The apartment is on the first floor with its own separate entrance. There is a sizeable double aspect living room with a well equipped kitchen which has integral appliances and a dining area to one end. It has two lovely comfy double bedrooms. The master bedroom, which has an en-suite, is dual aspect and has a light and airy feel. It has a smart TV. The smaller second double bedroom has use of the family bathroom. With its own private garden and parking and decorated beautifully throughout, this apartment has everything you will need to enjoy a relaxing and refreshing break.

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The accommodation comprises of:-

• Living room/kitchen/dining area with a comfortable corner sofa which can seat 4 people. A dining table and 4 chairs which can be extended if necessary. The kitchen is fully equipped and has an oven, induction hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine/tumble dryer, fridge/freezer, toaster, kettle and nespresso coffee machine. It has a breakfast bar with 2 stools.
• Master bedroom with double bed, en-suite and smart TV.
• Bedroom 2 with a double bed
• Separate family bathroom with hand held shower attachment
• Outside courtyard with a table and 4 chairs
• Towels and bedding are provided
• Smart TV with Freeview and wireless internet
The property enjoys the benefits of under floor heating and triple glazed windows and has heated towel rails.

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The apartment is close to excellent travel links. By bus there is a regular service close by that takes you into the city centre and by car the property is only minutes away from the ring road which gives access around the city and some great day trips around Norfolk. Heading out of Norwich on the A140 allows you to explore some beautiful countryside with some lovely restaurants and public houses at Stoke Holy Cross, Bawburgh and Trowse. To the East you have access to the picturesque North Norfolk Broads at Rockland St. Mary and Loddon is only fifteen minutes where you can hire a broads cruiser with access to over one hundred miles of waterways.

A 5 minute drive will take you to Asda, Tesco’s or Sainsburys. There is a restaurant/bar a 2 minute walk away and furthers restaurants/bars 15 minutes walk away. A 25 minute walk or 10 minute drive brings you in to the heart of the city.
Set on the South side of the beautiful city of Norwich, within walking distance. This beautiful apartment lies within a period property and has its own parking space.

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Norfolk, Englanti, Britannia

We all know that Norwich is a fine city and the experts continue to agree. With its vibrant cafe culture and laid-back way of life under those big Norfolk skies, Norwich is fast becoming East Anglia’s hippest hangout.

Most people visit Norwich for one of two things: the university and Alan Partridge. But this Norfolk hotspot has way more to offer than that. For starters, it's the home of Colman's Mustard and there's a gift shop with many a Colman's branded item. Plus, it's stunning. The historic architecture, cobbled lanes and leafy riverside are just perfect to stroll through, which means you'll fast work up an appetite. Luckily, Norwich has plenty of places in which to grab a satisfying bite. From sushi to tacos, it’s all here amongst the eclectic mix of restaurants in Norwich. Peek into the heritage, half-timbered buildings of Norwich and you may be surprised to discover cutting edge culinary delights in top restaurants, bars and cafés where you can sample the best of local cuisine, from traditional pub fair and casual afternoon teas to fine dining with innovative flavour combinations, creative cocktails and dazzling desserts.

Take a gentle stroll around Norwich, with over 1500 historic buildings within the city walls. It has 33 medieval churches, more than any other city in northern Europe, and Elm Hill is a complete historical cobbled street with stunning examples of Tudor buildings and wealthy merchants’ houses.

Take a look around the family-run store Jarrold, Norwich’s wonderful independent department store, with an award-winning book department that has over 40,000 titles. (It was Jarrold who published 30 million bestseller Black Beauty by Anna Sewell) Alongside all the big High Street names and the largest city centre Marks & Spencer outside London, over 40 per cent of Norwich’s shops are independent, which means shoppers get the best of both worlds. Norwich is recognised as one of the top 10 places to shop in the UK.

Take a tour of the Norman Norwich Castle. With over 1 million exhibits, an eclectic mix of fine art, archaeology, natural history (including tigers and a giant polar bear) and much more. You can also visit the dungeons and go up onto the battlements for stunning views of the city!

Have tea at The Maids Head Hotel, reputed to be the oldest hotel in the UK. It’s also where Elizabeth I (whose mother’s home was Blickling) is said to have stayed when she was in the city, possibly with her great friend Matthew Parker, the original Nosey Parker.

Running for over 900 years, Norwich Market, the largest open air market in the country, is an important part of the city’s history and culture. The 200 stalls, with their distinctive brightly coloured stripy awnings, offer a fantastic choice of excellent local food including meat, fish, fresh bread, chutneys and cheese, as well as clothes, toys, jewellery and more. The market is full of charm. Get some chips and then go and take a walk. Take in the vista… the Guildhall, St Peter Mancroft Church, the Forum, the Norman Castle. Any direction will provide great sights… and always keep your head up. Why not head along Gentleman’s Walk, through the Royal Arcade, then left along London Street. Then head into Tombland and the Cathedral precinct. A drink at the Adam and Eve isn’t a bad idea either. Once you’re finished with the chips, the shopping’s fantastic!

Admire the magnificent Sir Thomas Erpingham statue at the Norwich cathedral west gate. Firstly because it was Erpingham who lead the archers at Agincourt in 1415. Secondly because the archers’ success gave us a naughty two-fingered salute! Look out for statues of world war one nurse Edith Cavell and Horatio Nelson, and take a tour of the magnificent cathedral and cloisters, the only two-storey cloisters in the country. The cathedral was actually built as an act of penance!

Go see a football game at Carrow Road and watch the mighty Canaries, or take in a show at the largest and most successful theatre in the east of England the Theatre Royal.

All the best cities have a river running through them and Norwich is no different. Walk by the River Wensum and you'll get a sense of Norwich's medieval history. Look out for Pull's Ferry, where the Caen stone was brought ashore to build Norwich Cathedral. Further along is the Riverside development of restaurants, pubs and a cinema. The River Wensum is the most protected chalk river in Europe and in Norwich it's the highest navigable part of the Southern Broads.

Appreciate the view of Norwich from Mousehold Heath. This lovely park high above the city has great views looking down on the cathedral, castle and city centre. You could even imagine what it looked like in 1549 when Robert Kett camped his troops up here prior to attacking Norwich. It didn’t end well… unlike your visit to our Fine City!
We all know that Norwich is a fine city and the experts continue to agree. With its vibrant cafe culture and laid-back way of life under those big Norfolk skies, Norwich is fast becoming East Anglia’s hippest…

Majoittaja: Janet

Liittyi syyskuu 2015
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