Situated behind properties 46, 48 and 50 Stonegate is Norman House, the remains of a property dating from the twelfth century. The wall is around six metres long and there is evidence at the site for it being a residential property. It is thought that the house was built for a religious organisation to be used by a senior religious figure.
The rest of the building was thought to have been demolished in the eighteenth century. The remains of the wall can still be seen by turning down a signed alley-way on Stonegate. A photograph of the remains can be seen here.