Norwich is one of the most sought-after cities and areas in the East Anglia region. Our property finders all have extensive knowledge and experience within this part of Norfolk and the region, having built up an enviable contact base giving them access to the best opportunities to undertake a Norwich home search.
Norwich is a historic city and the county town of Norfolk, it is home to many professionals who work in finance and insurance and the growing number of science-based companies based in the Norwich Research Park and the Norwich and Norfolk University Hospital and John Innes Centre.
It is also the only city which contains part of a national park within its borders – the Norfolk Broads. There are many beautiful locations to explore within easy reach of Norwich including the Norfolk Broads and the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Our local, professional property finders would be delighted to assist with your search for a property in Norwich or the surrounding area. Leaving no stone unturned in the pursuit of the perfect property in Norwich; working with a seasoned property finder will ensure you have access to the entire market, including properties both on and off-market.
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The most desirable places to live within Norwich are predominantly in the south and southwest of the city. Many of these locations are very popular with buyers as they offer large homes found on tree-lined streets that are mostly away or setback from the roads and therefore provide a quiet living but within easy reach of the city centre.
Many clients in Norwich are attracted to owning a property in the well-known and sought after area that is the Norwich Golden Triangle. This is found to the south of the City and offers easy walking access to the city centre and several top schools; Norwich boasts many impressive education options for families.
Homes for sale Norwich Golden Triangle
The Norwich Golden Triangle is a collection of roads in the southwestern suburbs of Norwich. The borders of the area are usually defined using the roads Colman Road, Earlham Road and Newmarket Road. Unthank Road runs directly through the centre of the area.
Property types within the Golden Triangle are predominantly large houses and are particularly popular with families due to the spacious homes available within easy reach of the city centre and the city’s schools.
Norwich is located on the Great Eastern Main Line from Liverpool Street Station in London. Trains run every 30 minutes and take just under 2 hours. New services are to be launched which are set to reduce this journey time to 1 hour and 30 minutes making the city even more readily accessible from London.
Norwich is serviced by two main roads; the A11 and A47 which are both dual carriageways. The A11 is dual carriage all the way to Cambridge and onward to London and is a popular route for those travelling around the area by car. Norwich is found 120 miles northeast of central London.
Norwich International Airport is located to the north of the city centre and offers regular flights to Aberdeen and Amsterdam as well as offering many flights to other European destinations.
Schools in Norwich
There are also several independent schools which are located within close proximity of the city, parents might choose to make the journey to these schools outside of Norwich. Top schools close to Norwich include Hethersett Old Hall School, Wymondham College and Langley Prep School at Taverham Hall.
Villages near Norwich
Cringleford is a popular village located in the outskirts of Norwich on the River Yare. It is well located for walking and cycling into the city centre as well as having good access to the local park and ride service. The village offers an array of housing types and amenities including a Waitrose and a number of smaller shops, pubs and restaurants.
Eaton is another popular place to live, both a village in its own right and a suburb of Norwich which is well located for easy access to Norwich city centre. The village has many amenities including two public houses and a selection of local shops.
The pretty village of Trowse is located less than 2 miles from Norwich city centre. The village has an array of local amenities including a newsagent and primary school.
Living in Norwich
Norwich is bursting with culture, food, music, theatre all within a historic setting; Norwich is the most complete and intact medieval city in the country, including Norwich Castle.
The City is easy to walk and has a river at its heart and two large shopping areas as well as the independent traders that are found on the lanes surrounding the main outdoor market.