Plot for saleNorwich, NR2
Guide Price £1,000,000
- Car park
- Approximately sixty parking spaces
- Development opportunity (stpp)
abbotFox Bespoke presents a unique opportunity to purchase this central Norwich car park located adjacent to the Roman Catholic Cathedral on Earlham Road. With spaces for approximately sixty vehicles the site offers a unique opportunity for parking revenue or further development subject to the relevant planning permissions being granted.
The Golden Triangle has been one of the most popular residential areas in the city of Norwich since the 1980s, when it was dubbed as the ‘Notting Hill’ of Norwich. The area contains a cosmopolitan mix of professionals, students and families, whilst the area is characterised by its terraced housing, pubs and parks. The bulk of the housing in the area was built during the Victorian era and the Golden Triangle is generally coined as one of the more affluent parts of Norwich. With the city centre only a 5 minute walk away, the area boasts ease of access to the popular shopping facilities of Norwich, whilst the UEA, Hospital and Science Park are within an equally close reach of the property.
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