Interested in Norwich property for sale? The county town of Norfolk blends historic appeal with contemporary amenities and plenty of green spaces.
It’s not difficult to see why Norwich property for sale is regarded as desirable for those looking to live in a nice, safe city with attractive architecture, good shopping, lots of amenities and easy access to the coast. You can be by the sea in 30 minutes or in central London in 2 hours.
If you want to blend city and country living, Norwich is well worth a look.
Here, we take a look at Norwich property for sale, identify the area’s amenities and highlight its travel links.
Norwich Property for Sale: Types and Asking Prices
Thanks to the low Bank of England base rate, a slight easing of mortgage restrictions and a dip in asking prices in general, now is a good time to buy if you have enough for a deposit and can get a mortgage offer agreed.
Norwich property for sale includes range of character homes, period properties, post-war and modern flats and houses. To say it’s a mixed bag would be an understatement. There are plenty of 3-bed semi-detached and Victorian terraced houses, along with low-rise blocks of flats, maisonettes, flashy new build apartments, bungalows, stone cottages and town houses.
At the more spectacular end of the spectrum, there are 5 and 6-bed detached homes with field views and Grade II listed farmhouses and Edwardian properties in the surrounding villages.
Here are Some Average Prices for Norwich Property for Sale
- Studio flats - £63k
- 1-bed flats - £99k
- 2-bed flats - £127k
- 3-bed flats - £165k
- 2-bed houses - £140k
- 3-bed houses - £179k
- 4-bed houses - £300k
- 5-bed houses - £450k and up
Amenities and Travel Links
Thanks to its plethora of historic buildings and green spaces, Norwich is a popular weekend break destination. It’s also good for shopping with plenty of high street chains, independent stores and open air street markets.
There are plenty of sports and leisure facilities. Choose between health clubs, gyms, pools, athletics clubs, hockey, rugby, golf and dry ski and snowboarding slopes. Football fans can take a trip to Carrow Road to see Premier League team Norwich City in action.
Norwich property for sale is good for fans of green spaces. There are 23 parks to choose from! In 2006, Norwich was voted the greenest city in the UK.
There are plenty of state run and a few independent schools to choose from, along with City College Norwich and the University of East Anglia.
For mainline rail services, go to Norwich railway station for direct and regular services to Peterborough, London and Cambridge. There are also services to other major cities such as Nottingham, Sheffield, Manchester and Liverpool.
Drivers can connect easily to the A47, A140 and A11 – which connects the city to Cambridge then to London via the M11 and M25.
If you are interested in specific Norwich property for sale, take a look at the My Homes Unlimited listings.
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