Property in Norfolk

Property in Norfolk

If you are looking for a property in Norfolk our team of professional experts would be delighted to assist.

Whether you are seeking a second home on the north Norfolk coast or a place to live near Norwich we can help you establish where is best to live according to your lifestyle and property requirements.

If you are relocating to Norfolk and would like guidance on locations our local experts can assist. We are also on hand if you are looking for something a little more unique such as a small holding or property fit for equestrian use; Garrington’s experienced property finders can source and acquire the ideal property.

Norfolk Buying Agent

Our Norfolk property finder Kerry Arnold has supported a wide range of clients in locating their perfect residences throughout Norfolk, whether they seek a new family home or a seaside retreat.

Using her local knowledge to guide clients, finding the best location to suit them and their day-to-day lives, or when the location has already been set and the search is for the ideal home, Kerry reaches out to her network of contacts, leaving no stone unturned in the hunt for the perfect property in Norfolk.

Kerry Arnold Norfolk Buying Agent

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If you would like to discuss your search for property in Norfolk without obligation, please do get in touch.

Property in Norfolk

Moving to Norwich

Norwich is a cathedral city, over the years this small city has retained many of its historic features and is the UK’s most complete medieval city with cobbled streets and many ancient buildings.

With easy access to the city centre and streets filled mainly with Victorian villas and terraced houses the Norwich ‘Golden Triangle’ is a highly desirable place to live. The area spreads south west and west of the city centre, running to Unthank Road and Earlham Road, and has been dubbed the Notting Hill of Norwich.

Norwich Train Station offers a direct service to London Liverpool Station in under 2 hours and nearby Norwich Airport offers flights to several European destinations via Schiphol.

Where to live near Norwich

There are several market towns and villages near Norwich which are popular with our clients looking for a place to live in the area.

The market town of Wymondham has good shopping facilities and excellent schools including the well-regarded Wymondham College and the independent school Hethersett Old Hall School. Wymondham Train Station offers direct services into Cambridge.

The pretty market town of Reepham, filled with 18th-century buildings is a sought-after place to live near Norwich. The town has several excellent schools including Reepham Primary School and Reepham High School. The town centre is filled with independent shops and there is a regular market.

Where to live near Norwich
Norfolk Buying Agent

When considering where to live near Norwich we’d propose you include Aylsham, a pretty market town around 10 miles from Norwich, and villages such as Weston Longville and the pretty Broadland villages of Horning and Coltishall.

The Norfolk Broads offers a range of idyllic towns and villages along its waters. Referred to as ‘the capital of the Broads, the twin villages of Wroxham and Hoveton straddle the River Bure and are a hub of boating activity.

There are many places to consider when planning a move to Norwich or its surrounds, our team of professional property finders can help you establish the best place to live to suit your lifestyle and property requirements.

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North Norfolk Coast Property Search

North Norfolk Coast Property Search

The Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty stretches along the northern coastline of Norfolk, whether as a place to live or as a second home property here and in the surrounding area, is highly desirable.

There are many villages to consider when conducting a home search along the North Norfolk coast. Burnham Market is one such village, offering a full range of independent shops. The Georgian houses in the centre of the village surrounding the green are particularly popular and rarely come to the open property market.

The coastal village of Blakeney, within the conservation area, is a hive of activity with a good selection of shops. Wiveton Hall, well-known for its many offerings including the café and pick-your-own fruit farm, is within walking distance of the village centre.

Other coastal villages such as Brancaster and Thornham, which both have sailing clubs, and nearby Wells-next-the-Sea are also popular places to reside. The area as a whole offers many different activities including sailing, bird watching, crabbing, cycling, golf, tennis, and walks along the coastal paths.

Brancaster, known for its mussels, is one of the most sought-after of the coastal villages on the North Norfolk Coast, with its sandy beaches, good primary school, and popular public house, The Ship.

Inland, the Georgian market town of Holt has an eclectic range of boutique shops, antique stores, art galleries, restaurants, and pubs as well as Holt County Park to explore. The town is also home to Greshams Pre-Prep, Prep, and Senior schools. If you’re looking for a property in Norfolk, particularly on the North Norfolk Coast as a place to reside or as a second home our professional property finders can assist your search for the perfect property in Norfolk.

Norfolk Property Finder