Six Norfolk properties currently for sale on Homes24 that are ripe for renovation

Ripe for renovation: two bedroom house on School Lane, Wiggenhall St Germans, three bedroom house on

Ripe for renovation: two bedroom house on School Lane, Wiggenhall St Germans, three bedroom house on Moor Lane, Sculthorpe and a four bedroom property on Blofield Corner Road, Blofield. (L-R) - Credit: Archant

Looking for a new DIY project? There are plenty of renovation and remodelling opportunities currently available across Norfolk for those seeking a challenge. From potential barn conversions, to 17th century cottages in need of a new lease of life, here's a look at some of the properties for sale on Homes24 right now.

Ripe for renovation: Potential barn conversion. Photo: Pymm&Co

Ripe for renovation: Potential barn conversion. Photo: Pymm&Co - Credit: Archant

• Barn Conversion, Old Post Office Court, Halvergate

For those looking to take on a full-length project, Pymm&Co are currently marketing a Grade II listed barn which has planning permission to be converted into a one-bedroom home. The potential development has an off-road parking space and would be ideal as a holiday home/let due to its Broadland location, close to coastal towns such as Great Yarmouth, Caister-on-Sea and Hemsby.

Ripe for renovation: 27 Kent Square. Photo: Howards

Ripe for renovation: 27 Kent Square. Photo: Howards - Credit: Archant

• 27 Kent Square, Great Yarmouth

This bay-fronted terrace town house in Great Yarmouth boasts four bedrooms, plus two/three reception rooms, kitchen, shower room, basement and attic. The three storey property is currently available for a price of £122,500 with Howards Estate Agents and requires updating or converting.

Ripe for renovation: Three bedroom end-terrace house, The Street, South Lopham. Photo: William H. Br

Ripe for renovation: Three bedroom end-terrace house, The Street, South Lopham. Photo: William H. Brown - Credit: Archant


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• The Street, South Lopham

An attractive three-bedroom end terrace thatch cottage in the village of South Lopham is currently being sold by William H. Brown for £160,000. The Grade II listed property contains many original period features, as well as two reception rooms, a rear garden and off road parking but could use a little modernisation in order to really make it something special.

Ripe for renovation: 1 School Lane, Wiggenhall St Germans. Photo: Purplebrick

Ripe for renovation: 1 School Lane, Wiggenhall St Germans. Photo: Purplebrick - Credit: Archant

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• 1 School Lane, Wiggenhall St Germans

This two-bedroom detached house was originally constructed over 150 years ago and is located in a picturesque riverside setting in Wiggenhall St Germans, close to King's Lynn. The property is in great need of improvement throughout, or could perhaps be completely redeveloped, subject to the usual consents. On the market with Purplebricks for £199,995, the development opportunity offers a kitchen, bathroom, double reception room with a central staircase learning up to two bathrooms, as well as attached outbuildings which also hold great potential and a good sized garden.

Ripe for Renovation: 4 Moor Lane, Sculthorpe. Photo: Sowerbys

Ripe for Renovation: 4 Moor Lane, Sculthorpe. Photo: Sowerbys - Credit: Archant

• 4 Moor Lane, Sculthorpe, Fakenham

Dating back to the 17th century, this Grade II listed cottage in Sculthorpe is one of the oldest buildings in the village and has been in the current owner's family for over 100 years. Comprised of three bedrooms, kitchen, utility room, dining room, sitting room, conservatory, bathroom, shower room and beautiful gardens, the detached period cottage is on the market with Sowerbys for £295,000 and would benefit from some modernisation.

Ripe for renovation: Four bedroom property on Blofield Corner Road. Photo: Hunters

Ripe for renovation: Four bedroom property on Blofield Corner Road. Photo: Hunters - Credit: Archant

• The Nook, Blofield Corner Road, Blofield, Norwich

The final property is a detached house in Blofield, which is currently on the market with Hunters for a guide price of £435,000 and has great potential for modernisation. The home, which occupies a secluded position, retains many impressive character features such as exposed timber beams and also boasts an open fire place and pizza oven, as well as three reception rooms, four double bedrooms, kitchen/breakfast room, boot room, utility and cloakroom as well as a large rear garden.

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