A landmark home nestled in the heart of the town, where the weatherboarded cladding towers over the River Chet whilst the Kingfishers sweep behind, toying with the Otters which live beneath. Once an old Cornmill, this historical building has been meticulously reinvented.

The private staircase leads you to the first floor, where the historical story continues with remarkable features punctuating everywhere you look, from the industrial ironmongery to the old timber hatches which blend within the walls and ceilings. Exuding almost ‘boat like’ feels through the stripped pine flooring, nothing in this home is straight which really adds to the uniqueness of this home. The living space is vast and open plan, adding endless flexibility to live within this space how you like whilst enjoying the elevated views of the River Chet which flows from beyond, then straight underneath you out to the drift way. Modern and precise within the quirky angles, the functionable sleek kitchen sits happily contrasting against the stripped pine flooring and heroic splashes of modern colour whilst offering a different and greener aspect over the River to the rear. The discreet bathroom suite is ideally placed at the foot of the second staircase, fitted with a simple white suite. Up again to the final floor, bedroom one leads to your right where the towering vaulted ceilings show off the historical timber structure with another glimpse of the Old Mill’s past through the mechanical iron features left behind. Bedroom two is almost an apartment in itself, set over three mezzanine style floors with a private en-suite cloakroom, this room is the crowing glory of bedrooms.

Key Features

  • A stunning, timber framed, Grade II listed former Mill
  • Beautifully presented throughout
  • Nestled in the heart of the town, over and next to The River Chet
  • Gas central heating, single glazed with secondary glazing
  • Recently re-insulated and re-roofed
  • Versatile living over three floors
  • Stunning river views and an abundance of wildlife
  • Ideal potential for a substantial holiday let or home
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  • Viewing absolutely essential


Nestled on the bridge, built over the flowing River Chet, the private driveway offers space to park two vehicles off road. Enclosed by pretty white picket fencing, the lawned garden area framed by little well manicured beds sits right beside The Mill.
For the more green fingered, the local allotment site is just metres away, subject to availability.

Franks Thoughts...

It’s quite a challenge to honour such a historical building and despite hours of work trying to capture the beauty of this building, I still maintain you just need to see this in the flesh to really take in not just the stunning features but to also contemplate the exciting versatility and prospects this has to offer! Meticulously preserved and clearly admired over centuries, this is a landmark not just a home.

43 Bridge St

43 Bridge St, Loddon, Norwich NR14 6NA, UK

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While we endeavour to maintain accurate photographs, floor plans, and descriptions, these are intended as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection. Fixtures and fittings are to be agreed with the seller. Total floorplan measurements have been rounded for ease and distances are also provided as an approximate. The services, systems and appliances listed within our specifications have not been tested by us and therefore provide no guarantee to their operating ability or efficiency.