24 Apr Property Highlights for May
Norfolk is an exciting place to be an Estate Agent. We have a fantastic array of property types in our area, so whether you’re looking for chic or rustic, period charm or contemporary style, compact or commodious, there really is something for everyone.
Norfolk house prices have risen more than many parts of the country. At the start of 2017, the average price for a home in Norfolk is £213,552 , and we have some exceptional properties at around this selling price. Here are our top suggestions to get you started. Remember, our stock changes on a daily basis, so get in touch, describe your ideal home, and we’ll do our best to find it for you.
Priced at £240,000 This 2 bedroom bungalow is situated in the Victorian coastal village of Mundesley, with local shops, services, its own promenade, sandy beaches and is less than many-a commute from the market town of North Walsham and its branch of Waitrose.
Just £210,000, buys this iconic Norfolk view. Oh, and you also get a spacious modern 2 bedroom flat which you can “lock and leave” without a care. In case you aren’t familiar with the view, this is Cromer Pier! The town enjoys excellent shops and facilities, including a rail service to Norwich with its onward connection to London Liverpool Street.
City Chic for young professionals?
This stylish apartment, in a premium development by PJ Livesey and managed by Watsons https://watsons-property.co.uk/block-estate-management/ , is situated in a Riverside development close to central Norwich and within easy reach of the widest array of restaurants and leisure facilities in the county. Priced at £219,950, this is excellent value when compared with similar cities in the UK.
Look at this fantastic value family property in Holt. The extended, versatile accommodation offers 4 bedrooms and it is situated within easy reach of the facilities and good schools in this much sought after Georgian market town. Sensibly affordable at just £222,950
The coastal town of Sheringham is where you’ll find this “Fishermans Cottage”, just a stones throw from the seafront. Just £210,000 buys this piece of local fishing heritage. It has 2 bedrooms and features original flintwork, just so you know where in the country you are!
Whether you are buying or selling, call Watsons first, where no property is ever considered average!