Property Features

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.

Norwich

Ad Feature: How to achieve an energy efficient home

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.

Prince

On the edge of the pretty village of Burnham Overy Town, surrounded by the gently undulating north Norfolk countryside, the owners of The Coach House have created paradise on earth.

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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

How do you ensure your self-build is working hard for you?

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The Old Farmhouse in Wymondham was the most expensive home sold in Norfolk at the start of this year, according to the latest figures from the Land Registry.

Traditional in appearance yet bright, warm and contemporary inside, White Cottage, Saxlingham Nethergate, has been built to mirror a pretty 18th century property that once stood on the site.

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Gallery: Fancy a ‘moove’ to this country farmhouse?

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Property editor Caroline Culot got up close and personal with some cows when she visited Church Farmhouse, Edgefield, for sale for £1.5 million with Strutt & Parker jointly with Pointens

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You couldn’t find a home in a better location for walking into the centre of Holt than Prospect House on New Street.

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This brick and flint house dating to the late 18th century is situated in glorious prime north Norfolk turf in the village of Thursford, made world famous for a certain annual festive show and also with delights such as Melton Constable on its doorstep.

Three new penthouse apartments are being launched in Norwich at a special event this weekend

Norwich

With more and more offices being transformed into residential units, is the city’s commercial stock being depleted?

NHS

Gallery: Take a look inside this £270,000 home

Monday, February 27, 2017

A unique, Grade II Listed property, with more than a tale or two to tell, has come to the market in Wrentham.

ONS, the Office for National Statistics, has published an interactive housing affordability calculator which allows users to see what level of household income they need in order to get a mortgage on an entry-level property in Norfolk.

United Kingdom

A former Norwich pub has gone on the market with a guide price of £500,000.

Gallery: Take a look inside this £950,000 home

Saturday, February 18, 2017

With its pretty Dutch gables, beautiful brickwork and rows of sash windows, The Grange at Thornage seems to be waiting patiently to be brought back to life again, writes Abigail Saltmarsh.

Throughout 2016 we kept track of the most expensive houses sold each month in Norfolk and can now reveal the 10 most expensive properties sold over the course of the year.

West Norfolk

Ad Feature: How to plan the perfect self build

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

SPONSORED Ron Beattie, from Beattie Passive, advises on how to prepare for creating your own dream home

Richard Bacon

Driving through tranquil countryside close to East Ruston, Grove House nestles in a world of its own.

If you’re considering taking the plunge and buying a new home in the fine city or one of its surrounding suburbs, why not take a look at these pretty period properties currently on the market to get you started with your search...

Norwich

The high end of the Norfolk property market picked back up in December, with six of the top ten most expensive properties sold, selling for more than £900,000.

Norwich

Standing proudly, looking down over the gently sloping hillside towards Sheringham and the sea beyond, the substantial family home still exudes all its Edwardian grandeur.

The great thing about new builds is that they offer the home owner a blank canvas on which to create a masterpiece, the downside is that you probably can’t crack out the paint brush for a few months after moving in.

SPONSORED: The right solicitor or conveyancer can help to make buying or selling a house less stressful, but how do you find the dream team?

Whether you lived or stayed at this breath-taking, barn-style home in Brancaster, you would find absolutely everything you needed right at your fingertips.

York

For some, the idea of leaving the city behind and heading out into the countryside to take up residence in a small village is terrifying, for others it’s a lifelong dream.

London

From initial approach to stepping through the front door into the spectacular reception hall, visitors to Church Barn are struck by its creative design and interesting use of materials.

Norwich

The festive season appears to have taken its toll on the Norfolk property market in November, with only one home in the 
top ten selling for over £750,000, a striking comparison to the seven that sold for more than this in the previous month. Courtney Pochin takes a closer look.

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes sold for in your part of Norfolk, according to the latest figures.

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