2 Aug

Buy a house in Norfolk to escape frenetic urban living

Buy a house in Norfolk to escape frenetic urban living

Located in the eastern part of England, Norfolk is a picturesque county that has earned the status of a National Park and is protected by the Broads Authority.

The region is well-known for some of its major built up areas such as Great Yarmouth and The Broads, which have led to considerable interest in houses for sale in Norfolk

Both Great Yarmouth and The Broads have built up enviable reputations as popular tourist attractions for both domestic and international visitors, who flock to the areas to enjoy the beautiful coastlines and rivers the region has to offer.

Potential tenants seeking properties to rent in Norfolk may want to consider focusing their search along the coast in order to benefit from the miles of sandy beaches and unspoilt areas of outstanding natural beauty. 

The coastal areas are as far away from the hustle and bustle of inner city living as it is possible to get. Quaint villages and rustic cottages line the coast, while warm pubs and restaurants dot the expansive, undulating landscape. 

Those looking for a house for sale in Norfolk who prefer a more gentle pace of living would also do well to search around the peaceful village of Carbrooke and the attractive market town of Watton, which both offer a wide variety of shops and retail outlets that cater to everyday grocery and domestic needs.

A selection of nurseries and primary schools are also located in the area, which makes it an ideal choice for families. 

Those who require a wider selection of shopping outlets, leisure facilities and amenities are advised to narrow their search for houses for sale towards the Thetford and Norwich areas, which have larger populations and are perhaps better suited to those who are more used to a fast-paced urban life.ADNFCR-1222-ID-800674333-ADNFCR

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