Living in Norfolk

Norfolk has an incredibly diverse and rich history, along with stunning natural coastlines, strong arts and culture scene and a growing reputation for food and drink.  Making this area your home means you will never run out of things to do.

It is easy to understand why it is such a popular tourist area as well as a place to live. For those who enjoy walking or outdoor pursuits, there are acres of unspoilt countryside; marshes where you can pick fresh samphire or birdwatch. You are then able to visit some of the best beaches in the country, such as Holkham, where you can spend the day on the beach and the afternoon maybe enjoying open air theatre in the adjacent estate.

West Norfolk has good communication links with the region’s best historic, commercial and arts centres such as Norwich, Ely and Cambridge and retains good accessibility to London by rail from Kings Lynn to Kings Cross

Houses prices in the county vary, with the average house price being £226,898. Typically, semi-detached houses sell for circa £200,000 and detached properties sell for around £300,000. However, for anyone looking to relocate Norfolk provides excellent value for money, as well as offering an outstanding quality of life for all who choose to live and work in the county.

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