2-4 St Andrews Hill A 17th century building in what was once a medieval thoroughfare, converted to two residential units with a shop below. The street facade shows shows at least four different phases of brickwork and flint rubble, evidence of past alterations. There is a very fine oak weaver's window to the second floor.

2-4 St Andrews Hill, Norwich, United Kingdom

31-37 Church Lane, Eaton A late 17th century house with a typical Norfolk plan, originally one building but divided into two in the lat 18th century. The house next to the parish church looked over the water meadows to the river Yare. The outbuildings were a later date. probably 19th century.

31-33 Church Lane, Eaton, Norwich, United Kingdom

Stonemasons Court 53-57 St Augustines Street Within the courtyard is a 16th century brick and flint house with stone dressing to door and windows. I the late 18th century an extra floor was added and the front altered with sash windows and a grand pedimented front doorcase. I the 20th century a stonemason occupied the site. The Trust restored the 16th century roof line and returned the buildings to residential use.

Stonemasons Court, 53-57 St Augustines Street , Norwich, United Kingdom

98-108 Oak Street This row of 17th century houses with timber framed upper floors and flint rubble rear walls was heightened in the 18th century. No 98-100 were the residence of a wool merchant and the houses were occupied by families of weavers. Originally there would have been back gardens but in the 19th century these were built on with tenements and the houses fell into disrepair. Now restored to residential use they provide the model for the Trust's logo.

98-108 Oak Street, Norwich, United Kingdom

1-9 Muspole Street These 17th century houses in the heart of what was once the shoe industry in Norwich and behind the church of St. George's Colegate were first restored in the 1880s. Saved from demolition in 1969 for the extension of a car park at nearby Alms Lane they were converted to flats. Note the five large dormer windows, known as "luccams" or "lucarnes", a feature typical of the Norwich Street scene.

1-9 Muspole Street, Norwich, United Kingdom

80-82 St Georges Street An early 16th century building with a flint rubble ground floor and timber-framed first floor. Situated at the rear of the building was the rare feature of a stair turret but this had to be removed as it was unsafe, The nearby Alms Lane site was redeveloped in 1985. It is thought that almshouses stood on this site from the 14th century.

80-82 St Georges Street, Norwich, United Kingdom

Three Tuns Court 56-64 King Street A street range dating from the 17th century, restored and converted to shops and residential use. No 60 was the Three Tuns Public House in the 19th century and below it is a 15th century vaulted undercroft, one of an important group within the city walls. The imposing facade of eight dormer gables and a central Dutch gable was rebuilt in 19th century brick but probably represents the original design.

Three Tuns Court, 56-64 King Street , Norwich, United Kingdom

Lion and Castle Yard Timberhill This small building is formed from two of the very few surviving cottages built in the 17th century and once common in the city. One has been restored with its original roof of reed thatch. They may have been lived in by weavers. From the 14th to the 19th centuries Norwich was famous for it's textiles - "Norwich stuff" - of woollen cloth, worsted and silk made on looms in the weavers' own houses.

Lion and Castle Yard, Timberhill, Norwich, United Kingdom