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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-608...pa_n=1&tr_t=buy

These apartments are in King Street, Norwich

They have shown a picture Pulls Ferry as being the surrounding area. Pulls Ferry which is actually about 1 mile along the river, and backs onto the Norwich Cathedral and Norwich School i.e a very pleasant area.

This may not seem a great distance but it is a world removed from this apartments closest neighbours who are: backs of shops, Morrisons, Norwich Football ground - and swimming pool, the pool is the best of the bunch.

These are just on the opposite side of the river, but its real crowning glory which the developers have failed to mention is King street is Norwich's red light district.

Can you imagine looking out from one of your 3 balconies at the Nightlife in this area....

p.s. if you're female and buy one of these apartments, dont wait for a friend outside your £395.000 apartment on the pavement unless you need to supplement your income........

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"There is something timeless about life by the river."

Does this river ever flood?

As for the comments about it being in the red light area, could anyone pretend to be an interested buyer and email the agents asking them if they think the area is a suitable place for a family with young children?

Billy Shears

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p.s. if you're female and buy one of these apartments, dont wait for a friend outside your £395.000 apartment on the pavement unless you need to supplement your income........

Not a bad idea, considering many Brits will be needing to supplement their income over the next few years.

Actually they could be in the perfect location for running small "businesses".

But probably better to rent for work purposes, that way if you have a problem with clients becoming too familiar it's no problem to move premises.

What a business hotshot would call a win-win situation.

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"There is something timeless about life by the river."

Does this river ever flood?

As for the comments about it being in the red light area, could anyone pretend to be an interested buyer and email the agents asking them if they think the area is a suitable place for a family with young children?

Billy Shears

The Wensum very rarely floods at this point.

This is a massive development, but, at least these developers know a good area when they see one.

They are not on their own however, as just over the road is Norwich City Football Club, where another enourmous development has been built on the Norwich Citys football clubs former car park. The football ground is constantly in use, training matches, events etc., and the lucky owners of both these blocks of appartments can join in the atmosphere of the events at the football ground without leaving their homes (the combined "oh's" as a goal is missed and the happy sounds of the footballers songs etc., and just as an added bonus they can save on electricity if things get really tight (not picking up enough custom in King Street) as the football ground is floodlite.

Perhaps Norwich Council will be able to snap up some bargins when the crash comes for much needed social housing. Not shared housing but just council flats to replace just a few of those which have been sold of.

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i remember some apartment blocks built on the old gas works in brentford. this "artists impression" managed to miss out four , 20 storey council flats on green dragon lane. hence the would be purchaser would not know they had a massive council estate behind them.

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i remember some apartment blocks built on the old gas works in brentford. this "artists impression" managed to miss out four , 20 storey council flats on green dragon lane. hence the would be purchaser would not know they had a massive council estate behind them.

:lol::lol::lol:

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-608...pa_n=1&tr_t=buy

These apartments are in King Street, Norwich

They have shown a picture Pulls Ferry as being the surrounding area. Pulls Ferry which is actually about 1 mile along the river, and backs onto the Norwich Cathedral and Norwich School i.e a very pleasant area.

This may not seem a great distance but it is a world removed from this apartments closest neighbours who are: backs of shops, Morrisons, Norwich Football ground - and swimming pool, the pool is the best of the bunch.

These are just on the opposite side of the river, but its real crowning glory which the developers have failed to mention is King street is Norwich's red light district.

Can you imagine looking out from one of your 3 balconies at the Nightlife in this area....

p.s. if you're female and buy one of these apartments, dont wait for a friend outside your £395.000 apartment on the pavement unless you need to supplement your income........

Perfect for the Irish overseas property investor....

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Its the same in Leeds. They're building flats in the heart of the red light district. Absolute stupidity.

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