A charming two-bedroom apartment situated within a listed building in the heart of Norwich has come up for sale at a £350,000 guide price.

Octagon Court dates back to the 18th century. Originally built as one house, it was later converted into a factory before becoming a residential building again with the creation of the apartments.

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Theo de Soissons​​​​ of selling agent Brown&Co said: “Octagon court is a stunning Grade II listed building, with an abundance of character throughout.

“This apartment is perfect for anyone wanting city centre living or for someone wanting a bolthole in the city. Spacious rooms with lots of natural light make this property very sought after.”

Octagon Court dates back to the 18th centuryOctagon Court dates back to the 18th century (Image: Brown&Co)

The apartment for sale is located on the ground floor of the building and benefits from many unique and original features including traditional cornicing, original panelled walls, sash windows and fireplaces.

Entering the apartment, a spacious hallway with two storage/airing cupboards provides access to the rest of the accommodation.

A spacious hallway welcomes you into the propertyA spacious hallway welcomes you into the property (Image: Brown&Co)

The generous living room is an impressive space in which to entertain and relax. It features a large bay window which allows in lots of natural light and an ornate fireplace with mantel.

The apartment also enjoys a good-sized kitchen with sleek, modern units and two large sash windows.

The kitchen is of a good sizeThe kitchen is of a good size (Image: Brown&Co)

One of the apartment’s two bedrooms is en suite, while the other is served by a bathroom with shower, wash basin and WC.

To the outside, the property is surrounded by a communal courtyard space with mature greenery. It also benefits from off-street parking and access to an allocated storage room beneath the property.

The two-bedroom apartment benefits from a range of period featuresThe two-bedroom apartment benefits from a range of period features (Image: Brown&Co)

The property is leasehold with 90 years remaining with leaseholder Norwich City Council. There is a service charge of £237 per annum, with ground rent and fire insurance included.

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Octagon Court is located on Calvert Street, a cobbled, no-through road in Norwich’s city centre. It is within easy reach of many local cafés and restaurants, as well as the Norwich Playhouse theatre and the River Wensum.

The city’s station is under 20 minutes’ walk away, offering rail links to London.

For more information, please contact Brown&Co.

Octagon Court, Calvert Street
Guide price: £350,000
Brown&Co, 01603 629871