Part of the heritage of Great Yarmouth for sale

PUBLISHED: 17:30 14 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:32 14 February 2018

The imposing building on South Quay for sale

The imposing building on South Quay for sale

Bycroft Residential

A rare opportunity to buy the former Port and Haven commissioner’s office on South Quay, Great Yarmouth, has arisen.

Inside, original panelling and a fireplaceInside, original panelling and a fireplace

The grand building, partly renovated, is for sale for offers over £250,000 with Bycroft Residential.

Inside boasts many original featuresInside boasts many original features

This property is an impressive Grade II listed family home designed by local architects Olley & Haward and built in 1909. It was sold in 2012 after the port authority moved to South Beach Parade.

One of the reception roomsOne of the reception rooms

It offers many interesting features such as wood and glass panelled rooms, high ceilings, parquet floors and beautiful original tiled fireplaces.

One of the reception roomsOne of the reception rooms

The Jacobean style staircase links the spacious rooms and leaded glass windows add to the character and ambience of the building.

The impressive staircaseThe impressive staircase

The property has ample parking (4/8 spaces), views of the river and is an opportunity to own part of the history of Great Yarmouth. The property may also suit conversion to a restaurant or café as it lies between several popular museums which attract many visitors. Partly renovated, the property requires some modernisation and decoration.

The view over South QuayThe view over South Quay

For information contact Bycroft Residential on 01493 844484.

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