33 KING STREET

This Grade II listed 17th century town house, last used as a restaurant, ceased trading in 2014 and subsequently fell into disrepair. The building was acquired by the Trust in 2017, and has since undergone a comprehensive programme of restoration and repair for reuse as an office and residential accommodation. 


During works, various objects were discovered which provide an insight into the building’s history. To learn more, please read the report of Cathy Mijatovic’s archaeological excavation, which can be accessed here.


The project was funded by Great Yarmouth Preservation Trust, the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Sue Lambert Trust, which is currently using the premises as office space.