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Take five minutes to read this and we will give you plenty of good reasons.
Situated on the East coast of England, Norfolk has been given more than its fair share of beauty. Famous for its ‘Big blue skies’, miles and miles of gentle rolling landscape and long coastline, Norfolk is a beautiful county in which to live. The Broads - 'Britain's magical waterland' - and other internationally important nature reserves add to Norfolk’s uniqueness.
Whilst Norfolk is a rural county, it also has many busy market towns and is home to East Anglia’s capital city, Norwich. The city has a wealth of historical influences; the centre is medieval and a joy to explore. It is also rated amongst the top shopping destinations in Britain. All these sights and surroundings are just part of the reason why so many people choose to live in, relocate or retire to Norfolk.
We have built our homes in carefully selected locations, all over Norfolk; in small villages, on the coast, on the outskirts of Norwich and Great Yarmouth and in larger towns, locations to suit different needs and lifestyles. The details of locations can be found on each development page.
Have you always yearned to live on the stunning North Norfolk Coast but somewhere not too remote? Cromer is a small town, with a beautiful beach, grand historic buildings and a pier. It's surrounded by some of Norfolk’s most beautiful countryside. The town is lively in the summer with tourists, but tranquility can always be found.
Poringland is an extremely popular village as for many people it offers the best of many worlds; village life and yet within easy reach of the region’s capital city, Norwich. It’s surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, is very close to the stunning waterways of the Broads and the famous beaches of Norfolk is less than an hours drive away.
The charming seaside town of Sheringham lies nestled between undulating cliffs and the expansive sea on the North Norfolk coast. A bustling high street, lined with elegant Victorian buildings and pebbled fishermen’s cottages is popular for shopping and socialising. But there is always quiet to be found on the beaches, woods or countryside.
Trowse, a pretty, quintessential village with the River Yare flowing through it, on the outskirts of Norwich. Period flint knapped buildings and charming Victorian cottages decoratively frame the village Common. Trowse is only 1.5 miles from the city centre but close to appealing countryside waiting to be enjoyed! Best of both worlds?