6 Dec

Wymondham: Lovely little market town

Wymondham: Lovely little market town

When you are relocating this year, you may be looking for a new place to settle down that offers you peace and quiet as well as a chance to become a real part of the community that lives around you.

If this is indeed what you are looking for, then the market towns that populate much of the country's more rural locations could be exactly the sort of place you are looking for, with the chance to enjoy a more traditional town than the big ways of life that have been more prevalent with the increase in modernised cities.

With this in mind, you could find the perfect place to live when you are headed out and about and looking for property for sale in Wymondham. The Norfolk market town is populated by only 13,000 or so people, which means that the area will be quiet and give you more of a relaxing atmosphere than you may have been used to in the past if you lived in the city.

One of the main selling point of Wymondham is purely its beauty. It is filled with an array of old flint buildings, erected originally in the 19th century, which gives it an aura that lends a nod to the past. As well as this, the old market cross in the centre of the town was built in 1617, making it just one of a number of different places you will want to visit and view.

Speaking of the cross, one of the biggest attractions of areas such as this one can often be the fact that they still offer a traditional market. If this appeals to you, Wymondham may be ideal, as it offers a farmer's market once a month, where you can not only buy goods sourced and made in the areas surrounding the town, but also enjoy the opportunity to mix with other locals and meet your neighbours.

For those who want another little dose of tradition, there is also the chance to visit the Wymondham Heritage Museum at the old jail in the town.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801502454-ADNFCR

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