A townhouse on a main route into King’s Lynn has been transformed and is back on the market.

The property, at 90 London Road (pictured right), has been subjected to four years of work in a bid to rescue it and ensure it remains part of the street scene.

The house was officially unveiled at the weekend when guests included North West Norfolk MP Henry Bellingham, council leader Nick Daubney and West Norfolk Mayor Barry Ayres.

The property had been sub-divided into flats in the past and fell into disrepair.

The King’s Lynn Preservation Trust took on the property in 2009 and started work the following year.

The project ended last year and it is now a single dwelling once again.

“This was a challenging project but, despite some delays, the Trust is delighted to complete it and even more delighted that it is attracting much interest on the property market,” said trust chairman Nick Balaam.

“King’s Lynn has a rich historical heritage deserving protection and promotion. The trust plays its part by using its resources to acquire buildings of past architectural merit and, through careful conservation, make them fit for modern purpose,” he added.

The trust is now looking for people to contact it and help with future projects.

The house on London Road is on the market and believed to be under offer with Brown and Co in Lynn for around £235,000.

Once the sale is complete, a new project can be looked at and the trust can be contacted via www.klprestrust.org.uk