Summer sale: Bag a home for less in property price drop

Pulham Market Norfolk

Owner of a converted railway station in Pulham Market, Brian Read. - Credit: Archant

It might be a seller's market but there are still homes across Norfolk for sale at a reduced price.

Take a look at these savings:

Hill House, St Olaves

Hill House, St Olaves - Credit: Savills

Hill House, St Olaves: £2.3m from £2.5m - a £200,000 saving

St Olaves, Norfolk

The helicopter landing pad at Hill House, St Olaves - Credit: Savills

This impressive Edwardian house built in 1904 comes with a helicopter landing pad and an indoor swimming pool complex. It sits in 3.86 acres.

The house was extended in 2008 to create the pool area with an informal sitting/dining area as well as a
sauna and shower room. Six bedrooms are over two floors with the main having a dressing room and bathroom. Above the swimming pool complex is a media/ family room that leads to a balcony which overlooks the grounds.

The house, with views across the Waveney valley, offers 7,440 sq ft of living accommodation and also has a private mooring plot.

Pulham Market railway station, Norfolk

The converted railway station, for sale. - Credit: William H Brown

Station Road, Pulham Market; £400,000 from £475,000, a £75,000 saving.

This former Victorian railway station is owned by enthusiast Brian Read, who has lived in the renovated house since 1985.

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Inside is an entrance hall, a sitting room, platform hall, shower room, study, breakfast room, kitchen, pantry, utility room, cloakroom and four bedrooms.

Outside is a large parking area, an area of original platform, a shed and workshop.

Bridewell Street, Wymondham; for sale for offers in excess of £185,000 from £210,000, a saving of £25,000.

Bridewell Street, Wymondham

Bridewell Street, Wymondham - Credit: Minors & Brady

Bridewell Street, Wymondham

Inside the house in Bridwell Street - Credit: Minors & Brady

This Grade II listed home over three floors has two bedrooms, a lounge and kitchen/diner and an enclosed courtyard garden. It has exposed brickwork, vaulted ceilings, a fireplace and feature beams. It also comes with no onward chain.

Burg Road, Gorleston

Burgh Road, Gorleston - Credit: Minors & Brady

Burgh Road, Gorleston; for sale for £235,000 from £240,000 - a saving of £5,000

A three bedroom family home with a kitchen/dining space, cosy lounge living space as well as its well maintained sweeping laid to lawn rear garden. 

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