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- Prestigious development in the town historic centre with amazing views over the Custom House
- A mix of six units - new build and conversion of G2 listed building.
- Close to town centre and mainline station to Ely, Cambridge and London
- One, Two and Three bedroom units
- Meticulous conversion
- Private courtyard for residents
- Contemporary finish throughout
- Incredible location in the town
- Must be viewed to fully appreciate
Visiting Teacher Service West (0.2mi.)
West Lynn Primary School (0.3mi.)
King's Lynn Nursery School (0.4mi.)
FOUR UNITS NOW AGREED - TWO REMAIN PRICES NOW FROM £225,000 - ALL ONE BED UNITS SALE AGREED. PLEASE CHECK INDIVIDUAL LISTINGS FOR DETAILED INFO ON EACH UNIT BY SEARCHING PE30 1HP
Brown &Co are delighted to offer a prestigious development in the very heart of historic Kings Lynn, close to the town centre and mainline station to Ely, Cambridge and London. Situated on Purfleet Quay, with views over the incredible Customs House and Purfleet Quay, the development offers a mix of SIX individual properties.
Phase one of the development comprises three new build town houses with modern fitted kitchens, open plan living and one bedroom which are now complete, and a second phase of three individually created two and three bedroom town houses in Purfleet House - a Grade 2 listed building of historic importance which are currently ongoing. Some of the units are reserved off plan with the remaining units available to view - contact us to discuss.
The properties are situated on King's Lynn Purfleet Quay which was the heartbeat of this incredible town and home to the Grade I Listed Custom House - regarded as one of the most 'perfect'* buildings in the country (*Nikolaus Pevsner - author of The Buildings of England).
All released properties are available for viewing by appointment.
The town is well served by excellent shops and banking facilities and is famous for the King's Lynn Art Festival in the summer. There are frequent train services to Ely, Cambridge and London. It is the only British town with two medieval guildhalls, one of which, The Guild of Holy Trinity, was built in the 1420s in the Saturday Market Place. It is essentially a town of substantial private houses of the 15th and 16th centuries, many remodelled in the 17th and 18th centuries. Its historic core between the Saturday Market on the south and the Tuesday Market on the north is remarkably untouched and these properties sit right n the middle of the two. Cambridge is 45 miles and Ely is 31 miles by road. The town also has a mainline station to London.
Services Mains water, electricity and drainage. Local Authority King's Lynn Borough Council. Tax Band – TBC
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