Take a look inside three special Norfolk homes with stunning interiors

The Grange, 18 Albemarle Road, Norwich

The Grange, 18 Albemarle Road, Norwich - Credit: Archant

Property editor Caroline Culot chooses three of her favourite new instructions which boast the most incredible interior space as well as being beautiful on the outside too.

• Cuckoo Barn, Ashburton Road, Ickburgh

£450,000

Quietly situated within the small village of Ickburgh (adjacent to the larger village of Mundford) this splendid barn conversion features very spacious accommodation including a 22' 10 x 20'10 living room with a wonderful open fireplace and it benefits from having the latest air source heating. Outside is a garden to the front and rear plus a double cart shed with an adjoining workshop.


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• St Mildred's, Clarendon Road, Norwich

Offers in excess of £850,000

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Beautiful interiors adorn this home which is divided into an upper ground floor with an entrance hall, double drawing room and then the kitchen is on the lower ground floor with a family room and pantry and cloakroom. Up on the first floor is a master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom and on the second floor are bedrooms three, four and a sixth bedroom/study. Outside is a coach house, an enclosed terraced area, topiary and lawns.

• The Grange, 18 Albemarle Road, Norwich

Offers in excess of £975,000

Situated on one of the most sought after addresses, between Newmarket Road and Unthank Road in Norwich's Golden Triangle is this superb detached period house with a south west facing garden and coach house. Inside the Grade II listed home is an entrance hall, a drawing room, kitchen/breakfast room, inner hall/office and four bedrooms with two en suite bath/shower rooms and a family bathroom as well as an attic room with potential for a fifth bedroom. Outside is a detached former coach house (with potential for conversion) as well as a driveway with off road parking for a number of cars, secluded gardens and a veranda.

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