Living in Norfolk

  • Elm Hill houses
  • Riverflats Wensum
  • New housing development

The housing stock in the city and surroundings ranges from handsome Georgian and Victorian Houses through 1930s semis to modern city-centre apartments. A short drive out of the city and housing is available in more rural settings and small towns and villages.

The average property price in Norwich is approximately £143K about 82% the average for East Anglia making property in Norfolk and Norwich surprisingly affordable.

One of the best things about Norwich is its location. Norfolk has nearly 100 miles of unspoilt coastline; 280 sq miles are designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the famous Norfolk Broads are among the most important wetlands in Europe and a haven for rare plants, wildlife and insects.

The county's peaceful landscape and big skies are an enormous draw for those who want a higher quality of life and a work-life balance that is more than just an aspiration.

Wherever you choose to live, you are no more than an hour from the coast. Unique, unspoilt countryside, forests, miles of sandy beaches and the Norfolk Broads combine to make Norfolk one of the most attractive places for families to make a home.

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