House builders are often criticised for creating new homes that all look the same - but there are exceptions right on your doorstep, says Edward Parker of Bennett Homes.

Despite being set in approximately one acre of landscaped grounds and just a 20 minute walk from the centre of Norwich, The Old Coach House isn't that easy to spot.

September isn't just the start of a new term - it's a chance to think about the future too. How can you help your child to choose the right A level subjects for them?

Selling Rectory Farm, an award-winning family home set in 33 acres in Fundenhall, south Norfolk, was not something that owners Lucie and Johnny Hustler had anticipated.

George Alagiah, Louise Doughty and Sara Collins were just a few of the names to grace the stage at this year's Noirwich, co-produced by the National Centre for Writing and UEA

Castle Acre in west Norfolk might be home to beautiful castle ruins and one of England's largest and best-preserved monastic sites, but this charming mid-terrace cottage, down a quiet country lane, is totally modern.

South House Farm in Clippesby is on the market with Sowerbys and offers a wealth of period features in an idyllic village location on the cusp of the Norfolk Broads.

With three reception rooms, six bedrooms and gorgeous gardens which extend to just over half an acre, Strawberry Fields in Brundall could be yours for £1,150,000.

Nestled right in the heart of Attleborough, this quirky period home offers a wealth of distinctive character features, from wooden floors and high ceilings to some spectacular open fireplaces.

With its grand reception hall, exposed beams and luxurious living accommodation, it's easy to see why Lancaster Barn in north Norfolk has attracted so much attention - even scooping an international award.

If you've ever felt torn between the city or the countryside, this carefully renovated bungalow in Ringland offers the best of both worlds.

From rubbing a sea lion's belly to feeding a monkey porridge, the new animal experiences at Banham Zoo are more than just a chance to get up close with some amazing animals - they help to deliver vital health checks, too.

Want to buy a home with history? Church and chapel conversions are still proving to be a popular choice and with these properties on the market today, it's easy to see why...

From the home of a leading East Anglian surgeon in the 18th century to a watering hole where artist Sir Alfred Munnings once drank, this Grade II listed property in Shotesham, near Norwich, has had a varied past and is now up for sale with Brown & Co for £1,450,000.

A city centre bookshop has been awarded £1,500 from HarperCollins, the UK's second largest publisher, as part of a new scheme to get children reading.

A development of stylish new homes with the beautiful Norfolk countryside on its doorstep is due to launch on Saturday, August 10 through William H Brown's Fakenham branch.

Sitting back from the town's pretty Georgian high street, this charming cottage, which has been recently renovated, is described as a "rarity" and offers gorgeous interiors, gated parking and a private garden.

Located in one of the most sought-after areas of Norwich, this once neglected period home has been brought back to life.

Character, space and all the mod cons you could need - this Grade II listed farmhouse at Chediston Green in Suffolk has it all, including an excellent range of purpose-built outbuildings.

It's been a working mill, an award-winning hotel, a family home and even appeared in Elizabeth Taylor's 1949 film Conspirator but now Cley Windmill is up for sale - for only the second time in a century.

This traditional Norfolk barn has been transformed into a gorgeous four-bedroom home, and perfectly blends the old with the new to offer over 3,600 sq ft of stylishly designed living space set in glorious grounds.

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