Conisford Court, Norwich, NR1 1PN

Twenty-six superior apartments superbly equipped for modern living located in the heart of Norwich

Leading architects have designed a residence where the contemporary city living experience is combined with modern construction techniques and traditional materials to deliver a striking and well-presented exclusively-private development that will stand the test of time.

Conisford Court is situated on the important thoroughfare of Rose Lane close to the point where it becomes Farmers Avenue at King Street in Norwich.

In the middle ages “Rose Lane was within the ancient Conisford part of Norwich named for the ‘King’s ford’ over the river, built as the royal entrance to Norwich, strong and sturdy, impressive and assured, yet unobtrusive in its everyday role in serving the hard-working industrial heart of the city.” *

This historic precedent has inspired Circlet Homes to build a selection of superb purpose-built contemporary apartments equipped to impressive standards for a modern city living experience.  Superior materials, convenience features and an uncommon attention to detail combined with spacious light & airy living spaces provide an unmatched standard of accommodation fitting of its place in the heart of a great City.

The result is Consiford Court, 26 beautifully designed and contemporary homes that meet and exceed modern expectations:

  • Homes that are built with innovative construction techniques that perform exceptionally yet are inexpensive to run  – built to 21st Century standards for energy efficiency, safety and security.
  • Homes that are finished to the highest standards of comfort and convenience.
  • Homes made with the latest technology and premium branded features built-in.
  • Homes you’ll be proud to own and to entertain family and friends in.

Now learn more about how Consiford Court will set new standards for new apartments in Norwich

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* http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol4/pp64-84#h2-0001