Norfolk Home Search

Garrington East provides a Norfolk home search service covering this large county. Our property finders all have extensive knowledge and experience within this region, having built up an enviable contact base giving them access to the best opportunities to undertake a Norfolk home search.

Many clients are attracted to owning a property in Norfolk by its quality of life and relatively slow pace. As a result it is a popular county for both the country homes market and clients wishing to have a weekend retreat or holiday home, which can also generate some rental income.

Accessibility to the county has also improved massively, with the A11 dual carriageway reducing travel times; making it a viable commuter base.

The middle of the county is dominated by Thetford Forest providing a wide range of activities, including mountain biking, Go-Ape, music concerts and much more.

The county’s capital is Norwich, which benefits from a rich architectural heritage and is a main economic centre accommodating a number of large national employers including Aviva, Lotus and Colmans. It is said that Norwich has a church for every week of the year and a pub for every day.

The Norfolk home search includes the popular north Norfolk coastline where a number of picturesque villages, dubbed ‘Chelsea on Sea’, attract buyers with families from London looking for country homes or holiday homes to escape the pressures of modern life. Here house prices are relatively high and professionally representation is strongly advised given the competitive nature of the market.

There are also the Norfolk Broads, made up of a series of navigable rivers and wetlands popular with locals and visitors from out of the region. The area draws many UK tourists each year.

Close to the Suffolk border and on the coast lies Great Yarmouth, which is a popular holiday destination established in the early 1900’s; offering a traditional holiday experience with its pier and amusement parks.

For more information on Norfolk please feel free to contact us or visit the Norfolk County Council website.