Part of Malthouse Court is Grade II listed. They were converted to terraced cottages and a sympathetic new build, offering a total of 30 two bed apartments and bungalows. Attractive gardens have been created, and residents are encouraged to help with the gardens around their properties.
Coffee mornings, lunches and outings are organised making this a very happy and inclusive community. A guest suite is available for resident’s family and friends to stay.
Harleston is a rural market town and Malthouse Court is situated in a peaceful location, yet only two minutes’ walk to the shops in the conservation area. A professional on-site manager looks after buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it.
Harleston is a small town in Norfolk, just 20 miles from Norwich and 26 miles from Lowestoft. It has a supermarket, bakery, butchers, pharmacist and pet store. The town has its own leisure centre running various courses.
The largest nearby town of Norwich has the largest intact medieval street pattern in Europe. There is a bustling market every Wednesday. The Norwich Lanes are an attractive series of ancient winding alleyways, paths and pedestrianized streets where many independent businesses have made their homes.
Green spaces abound in Norwich with several ‘secret’ gardens for visitors to admire and a wonderful riverside walk which takes you by pulls ferry, Norwich Cathedral, Cow Tower and St. James’s Mill.
History and culture
Norwich is home to over 1500 historic buildings, two cathedrals and an imposing Norman castle so there is plenty to discover and explore. The Theatre Royal attracts top class entertainment, and the best of the west end shows and stars to Norfolk. For over 90 years the Maddermarket Theatre has been home to the Norwich Players who were first established as a theatre company in 1911. The Elizabethan style stage offers a space and an atmosphere that is unique to Norwich.
Location and transport links
This development is situated just off the A143 which connects Norwich to the north and Stowmarket and Ipswich to the south.
The closest main railway stations are Diss and Beccles which provide services to London, Liverpool Lime Street, Norwich, Lowestoft, Cambridge, Manchester and Ely. The closest airport is Norwich international airport.
Distance to GP: 0.25 miles
Distance to shop: 0.05 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.25 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.25 miles