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Overlooking verdant surroundings in the Tud Valley at Costessey, near Norwich, an attractive, modern eco home offers the opportunity to embrace green living.

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As Neymar goes to PSG “looking for a new challenge” (how to spend £200m), I recall it was 1979 when Trevor Francis was sold to Nottingham Forest as the first £1m player.

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Marrying modern design with traditional style, architect-designed Ashwell House is set in beautiful gardens and enjoys scenic views over Thorpe and the Yare Valley.


Norwich comes second out of 14 cities in the UK for offering affordable homes for first time buyers

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Nestled in just under three acres, opposite the nature reserve at How Hill, a truly individual property has come to the market.

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A Norfolk Elizabethan house in 36 acres to go on sale for £2 million

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Norfolk comes second best in a new house building league table

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Government calls for ban on leaseholds on new homes

Election manifestos for (nearly) all parties claimed that they would build more houses in the years running up to 2020. I would love to think of a politician picking up a trowel and laying a few bricks but perhaps their skills lay elsewhere.

Reymerston Hall, once the home of British flying legend and James Bond stunt man Wing Commander Ken Wallis, is to go under the hammer with Auction House.

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Kirsty and Phil are entertaining but reinforced the cliché in relation to property of “Location, Location, Location” while for many first-time buyers it is the “how, how , how” rather more than the where.

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Set down a quiet country lane near Flixton, overlooking a pretty pond, Kingfisher Barn enjoys its own tranquil corner of Suffolk.

Currently on the market with Brown & Co at a guide price of £560,000, the delightful property offers a gentle pace of life against the most scenic of backdrops.


Get the ‘Downton Abbey’ experience at a Norfolk mansion now open for holidays

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We were going to have “strong and stable” government, but call an election when voters decide to vent their frustration and disenchantment with establishment politicians, and you can end up with confusion and uncertainty.

Set on the banks of the beautiful River Bure, close to the tranquil nature reserve of Upton Marshes, Marshmans Cottage is a private haven right at the heart of the Norfolk Broads.

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Set within the former grounds of an impressive Victorian family house, Greencroft has been a project of sheer pleasure for design director of Fleur Developments Juliette Hopkins.

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Set in splendour behind wrought-iron gates and at the end of an immaculate drive, beautiful Fulmodeston Hall is arresting right from the approach.


Just a short stroll from the lively quay at Blakeney and the great expanses of tranquil marshland, which are known for their wildlife, Pippin House has been designed to offer indoor-outdoor living.

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Turning off from the quiet Shotesham Road, between Stoke Holy Cross and Shotesham, pretty Gostelyns is tucked away, nestled in its own picturesque and extensive grounds.


Nestled in glorious grounds at Bawburgh, between the River Yare and the pretty round towered church of St Mary and St Walstan, Church Farmhouse sits in splendid seclusion.

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Set within the enchanting grounds of Old Hunstanton Hall, where it is said PG Wodehouse often stayed and wrote, The Clock Tower is a simply magical home quite unlike any other.

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At the end of a long quince tree-lined drive, High Common Cottage nestles in exquisite grounds of approximately 6.65 acres and offers country character within striking distance of Norwich.

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Set in splendour, within approximately 12 acres of its own land, The Old Rectory at Hedenham stands in a world of its own.

Currently on the market with Jackson-Stops & Staff at a guide price of £2,250,000, the impressive property has an outstanding, high quality finish and offers flexible accommodation together with some beautiful features.

Tea on the lawn and Christmases beside a roaring log fire – Beech House at Wicklewood, near Wymondham offers all the pleasures of a tranquil English countryhome but has some surprises too.


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Friday, April 14, 2017

When asked “Why do you want to build your own home?” every self-builder we have ever met has highlighted “being more energy efficient” as a key reason. Which is no surprise given the spiralling cost of fuel.

Hidden away on a leafy hillside in Norwich, with far-reaching views over the north and east of the city, an impressive home with an intriguing history is waiting to be enjoyed again.

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I am the property editor in charge of delivering some exciting and informative content within Archant’s varied titles. We have 16-17 pages of stories, features and columns in the EDP Property supplement out every Friday free in your EDP so please don’t miss it.

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