Ten new homes could be built in a Pulham Market conservation area if plans are approved.
The homes would be on land at Sycamore Farm, south of Tattlepot Road, at the village’s western end.
There would be some demolition on the site to make way for the homes, including three agricultural buildings and workshop on the road frontage.
The homes would include three affordable homes and seven private homes each with a single or double garage and having four or five bedrooms.
A statement supporting the application said: “Each dwelling has been designed in traditional South Norfolk style and finished with high quality materials fitting of Pulham Market and the site’s setting within the conservation area.”
It also said the homes would be positioned to minimise overlooking of other properities.
A new access road to the site will be built to county council highway standards.
South Norfolk Council is yet to hear the plans.