New Homes in Norfolk
Live the Life
Situated on England’s mid-east coast, Norfolk offers beautiful stretches of coastline, rolling countryside, seaside resorts and pretty towns and villages.
Home to the popular seaside resort of Great Yarmouth, this is a great location for families. Not only does it offer sweeping sandy stretches and lovely walks, but fantastic amenities including shops, restaurants and pubs. A number of attractions, including the Sealife Centre and Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, mean that even in bad weather there is something to do.
Tranquillity and time out can be enjoyed on the Norfolk Broads, while the north Norfolk coast - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – offers great walking trails among some of the country’s most beautiful countryside. The 45-mile Norfolk coastal path from Hunstanton to Cromer is just one option for hikers to try.
Shopping in Norfolk
Norfolk’s historic city of Norwich offers great shopping, along with plenty of restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs.
The city offers all the usual high street favourites, as well as antique, food and craft markets. The narrow and winding streets of the Norfolk Lanes are where you will find independent shops, galleries, entertainment venues and cosy pubs.
Studying in Norfolk
If you have children, there are a number of schools for those in both primary and secondary education within the Norfolk area. These include Cringleford CE VA Primary, Barford Primary and Little Melon Primary for younger children.
Alongside these you’ll find schools such as, Hethersett Old Hall School, Wymondham High Academy Trust and Old Buckenham High School, for older children.
Norfolk Transport Links
Norwich is in the heart of Norfolk and has great transport links with easy access to several major routes.
Norwich International Airport is just four miles from the city centre. Domestic services offer travellers flights to Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Jersey, Guernsey and Manchester, while 1000s of destinations across the globe can be accessed by connecting services at Amsterdam.
The nearest London airport to Norwich is Stansted which is 80 miles away. Travellers can get a direct coach link from all the main London airports or the train from London Liverpool Street takes under two hours.
Norwich and Diss offer direct services into London, which take one hour and 45 minutes to London Liverpool Street on Abellio Greater Anglia.
Birmingham is 160 miles from Norfolk, while York and Felixstowe are 180 miles and 58 miles respectively.