An increasingly rare opportunity to renovate a 19th century farmhouse has become available in Attleborough at a guide price of £700,000.
It’s been a 15th century hall house, a saddlery and even a shop front but now this five-bedroom property in New Buckenham could be your new family home.
A vacant town centre site looks set to be given a new lease of life.
Planning permission for four new homes near a memorial marking the reputed site of the murder of King Edmund has been refused over fears they would not fit in with the historical surrounding area.
If you have had an offer accepted on your dream home, you may be wondering what you need to do next. Julie Crowder-Barr from Spire Solicitors explains how the conveyancing process works.
Low interest rates, available lending and an active market means there’s never been a better time to move, says Jamie Minors.