Property in Norwich: The Best Places to Live

Property in Norwich: The Best Places to Live

Named one of the ‘best places to live in 2022’ by the Sunday Times, Norwich, consisting of ancient castles and mediaeval cobblestone streets, has become one of the most desirable places to live in England.

Offering cheaper property prices than Bristol, London and Brighton, Norwich provides the perfect balance of scenic historical views and a lively, buzzing nightlife.

When looking for a property in Norwich, there are different areas to consider based on your personal preferences.

So, if you are thinking of living in Norwich, enjoy our comprehensive guide to life in Norfolk.

Norwich City Centre

Norwich city centre is a charming area with an abundance of independent shops, restaurants and theatres. As one of the UK’s top shopping destinations, the city is rich with vintage clothes and collectables.

Despite being the second largest mediaeval city in the UK and steeped with history and character, Norwich also has a thriving nightlife. There are a wide array of clubs, bars and gig venues to explore in the city, such as the esteemed ‘Franks Bar’ and the highly rated ‘Hawthorn’.

Its infamous outdoor market is the largest of its kind in the UK and serves as a hotspot for the lively population of Norwich.

If you are looking for a property with a river view, the banks of the River Wensum are full of stylish one and two bedroom apartments.

Golden Triangle

Just a short walk from the city centre, the Golden Triangle is a highly sought after area to live in Norwich. The golden triangle is popular with professionals and students alike because of the mix of great pubs, independent bars and restaurants.

The Golden Triangle is adjacent to three public parks: Heigham Park, Jenny Lind Park and Chapelfield Gardens.

The area’s strong sense of community and buzzing atmosphere makes it a desirable place to move to, and the prices of the houses are also lower than in the city centre.

Old Catton

Just two miles north of the city, Old Catton makes for the ideal place for families or older residents.

There are plentiful scenic walks and a strong sense of community in the village, making it a safe and welcoming area to live in.

However, due to the close proximity to Norwich, residents of Old Catton can be in the heart of the bustling city centre in no more than 25 minutes.

If you are looking for a spacious bungalow in Old Catton, Watsons can help you navigate through the market to find you your dream property.

What if These Areas Aren’t for You?

Norwich and its surrounding area is home to a variety of towns and villages with all different characteristics, history, restaurants and pubs. If none of the areas listed appeals to you, there are many different property types available across all of Norwich and its surrounding areas, so you are sure to find something you love.

Watsons is an established lettings agency providing a full range of property management services including fully managed letting, buy to let mortgages, equity release and residential and remortgages.

For help with finding your dream home, get in touch with us today!

Mark Francis Pearce

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