SAVE WITH THE STAMP DUTY HOLIDAY
With the new Stamp Duty Holiday, you can purchase one of selected beautiful new apartments at St James Quay and pay ZERO Stamp Duty until 30th June 2021 - saving you thousands!Contact us today to find out more
Step out of your new home to explore the city centre, with its independent shops, delicious restaurants, intimate theatres, and contemporary galleries. You’ll discover everything you want in Norwich, from daytime diversions to a vibrant nightlife.
Conveniently located, you can create a better work-life balance with the train station just a stroll away over the river, providing a direct link to London Liverpool Street. The beautiful coast and Norfolk Broads are just a short journey away, perfect for weekend escapes and recharging in the countryside.
Contemporary and urban, these unique new homes are designed to optimise light, space, and flow. This is detail-orientated design: from the cosy underfloor heating, opulent bathrooms, subtle mood lighting, to the stylish kitchens with integrated appliances - every element has been carefully chosen and framed by city skyline or riverside views.Get in touch
From the edginess of effortlessly cool to the robust and traditional architecture, there’s a real feeling of authenticity. Each of the buildings might have a modern twist, but the exteriors reflect the surrounding area and evolve a new layer on Norwich's proud heritage: brick facades , fret-cut ironwork- giving their nod to the Georgian mills and townhouses of the past. Woven into the heart of this new neighbourhood are the original medieval city walls - carefully restored and preserved as a focal point for years to come.
Start your day off with a coffee, and maybe even a slice of cake...caffeine culture is booming in Norwich, with delicious roasts available throughout the city: try Alchemista or Breadsource for a punchy brew.
Meander the Lanes- with a host of independent shops, which sit comfortably with the major high street shopping outlets.
Just a stone’s throw away is believed to be the oldest pub in Norwich, the Adam and Eve, but this is just only one of the many public houses that complement the vibrancy of the city. If you are looking for something more substantial, then choose from a host of eateries from pop up stalls on the colourful market to eating at the Great British Menu winner, Richard Bainbridges’ restaurant, or being entertained in one of the many theatres, it’s all available in this diverse city.
Norwich is where you find your niche – from the coffee shop where the barista knows your order to the bookshop where the bookseller recommends your next read. Come and find your place in this fine city.
in just 4 mins
to Jarrolds wine bar
train station less than a mile away
located a short walk from your doorstep