Property in Norwich

Property in Norwich

Are you looking for a property in Norwich? Our team of professional property finders have many years of experience sourcing and acquiring property on behalf of private clients and would be delighted to assist with your search for the perfect home.

Whatever type of property you are looking for, whether it’s an apartment in the city centre or a large detached home in the suburbs, our local experts can help find you a property in Norwich.

Norwich Buying Agent

Experienced property finder Kerry Arnold conducts searches on behalf of clients seeking property in Norwich.

Kerry has in-depth knowledge across a broad spectrum of property-related matters, working closely with her clients and approaching their needs with a personal touch.

Our Norwich buying agents can assist with your search, having built a network of industry contacts over the many years sourcing and acquiring property on behalf of private clients across East Anglia.

Kerry Arnold Norwich Buying Agent

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

Where to live in Norwich

Where to live in Norwich

The ‘Golden Triangle’ is regarded by many as the most desirable part of Norwich, covering the western suburbs of the city, Unthank Road runs through the middle of the area.

There are many independent shops along with larger well-known brands and several restaurants and pubs in the area, particularly along Unthank Road which is the central hub for the Golden Triangle area.

Property in the area is predominantly Victorian terraces with some larger detached properties both period and modern build. There are many green spaces within the Golden Triangle including Heigham Park which has bowls and tennis facilities along with a children’s play area.

The city centre boasts modern apartment buildings along with renovations of former industrial buildings such as Paper Mill Yard.

The city’s suburbs, such as the Keswick and Cringleford areas, are popular with families looking for a larger home outside of the city centre whilst still within easy reach of the amenities on offer.

There are many desirable places to live across Norwich, if you are new to the area it can be worrisome to ensure that you buy in the best area to suit your lifestyle.

Our buying agents have a wealth of local knowledge and can help you decide on the areas to consider when looking for your next home.

Where to live in Norwich

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Property in Norwich

Norwich Commute

Norwich has many useful transport connections, with many main A roads nearby, the A11 in particular offers an easy route to Cambridge.

For rail travel, Norwich train station offers a direct service to London Liverpool Street in just under 2 hours and a direct service to Cambridge in just over an hour.

To the north of the city centre is Norwich International Airport, a small airport that offers a few domestic and international flights to several destinations.

Top Schools in Norwich

Families are drawn to buying property in Norwich and setting up home for its green spaces, desirable property, and the many good schools in the area. 

There are several highly rated schools both state-run and independent including Norwich School, Norwich High School for Girls, and Notre Dame High School.

For expert advice and local knowledge when looking for the ideal home, please get in touch.

Living in Norwich

Norwich has many attractions which are popular with residents and visitors alike. Norwich is a UNESCO City of Literature with a literary history that goes back over 600 years, it is the location of the National Centre for Writing, and there are many impressive bookshops located throughout the city. The University of East Anglia adds to the literary credentials offering first-class courses in Creative Writing.

As well as high street shopping Norwich has two shopping centres; Castle Mall and Chapelfield, there are also many places to eat and drink. Norwich is also home to a large open-air market and there are many independent stores located on the historic Norwich lanes. Whilst Norwich has many open spaces within its borders the beach is only a short train journey away. There are rail services to Great Yarmouth, Cromer, and Sheringham amongst others.

Living in Norwich
Where to live near Norwich

Where to live near Norwich

To the west of Norwich city are several desirable places to live, pretty Norfolk villages and market towns which are often well connected by road. The market town of Wymondham appeals to commuters heading into Norwich. The journey to Cambridge via car or train takes a similar time of roughly an hour.

Northeast of Norwich are the Norfolk Broads, over 125 miles of lock-free waterways and countryside. Many of the towns and villages throughout the Broads are sought-after places to live.

Horning village is one such village, with a good range of amenities including several riverside public houses and restaurants. The village also has a Post Office, butcher, deli, and newsagent along with the parish church and primary school. Horning also has its own sailing club.

Norwich Property Finders

If you are looking for a property in Norwich, Norfolk, or wider East Anglia our local search consultants would be delighted to assist with your search for the perfect property.

As experienced home finders we can ensure that finding and buying a property is as smooth and easy as possible.

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Property in Norwich