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One of Norwich’s prettiest properties is for sale

PUBLISHED: 10:03 15 February 2018 | UPDATED: 14:57 15 February 2018

95 Pottergate, one of Norwich's prettiest properties is up for sale. Photo: Michael Palmer/Fine and Country

95 Pottergate, one of Norwich's prettiest properties is up for sale. Photo: Michael Palmer/Fine and Country

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The iconic pink house on Pottergate is on the market.

95 Pottergate, one of Norwich's prettiest properties is up for sale. Photo: Michael Palmer/Fine and Country95 Pottergate, one of Norwich's prettiest properties is up for sale. Photo: Michael Palmer/Fine and Country

With sprawling wisteria on its Suffolk pink frontage, an array of period features and a cobbled street location, 95 Pottergate would be a dream home for many.

And now someone will have the chance to make that dream a reality.

The Grade II listed Georgian townhouse is available for a guide price of £900,000.

Marketed by Fine & Country, the property boasts five bedrooms, three of which have en-suites, plus a main bathroom, five reception rooms, a courtyard garden, original 17th and 18th century features and two designated parking spaces.

95 Pottergate, one of Norwich's prettiest properties is up for sale. Photo: Michael Palmer/Fine and Country95 Pottergate, one of Norwich's prettiest properties is up for sale. Photo: Michael Palmer/Fine and Country

A spokesman for Fine & Country said: “If you’ve spent time in the city centre, you’ve probably seen this impressive house on the corner of Pottergate. It sits in the heart of what once would have been the textile industry area of Norwich in the 18th century.

“At one time it was owned by Thomas Kett, a wool comber, with shawl manufacturers on either side.

“When the property was first listed in the 1960s, it was housing office space, while in more recent times it’s been restored and renovated back to its glorious best as a desirable home.”

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