Watsons are one of Norfolk’s leading estate agents and we have experience in residential sales since 1890. Above all, we have one simple goal – deliver to the best of our ability with every instruction. Do you want to sell your house fast? Then Watsons is right for you! Currently, we have six branches across Norfolk; Norwich (Head Office), Aylsham, Cromer, Holt, North Walsham and Sheringham.
Consequently, our team of specialists will guarantee you a top-quality experience from the moment you get in touch with us. As a result of our extensive experience within the property market, we pride ourselves on our local knowledge and professionalism.
With Watsons, a range of property services are available and are supported by our team of experienced, local, property professionals and a further national network of estate agents through the Guild of Property Professionals.
We will provide you with a realistic evidence-based appraisal and pricing strategy, with our knowledge of the best way to market your property through our branches in Norfolk and our sales network nationally, using our experience of selling and buying property in the region since 1890.
Rightmove aim is to empower the UK’s decisions around property. Their sophisticated, yet simple, property search platform makes it easy for home hunters to find their ‘happy’.
The Guild of Property Professionals is a network of 800 carefully selected Property Professionals, working together to deliver the best result for their customers.
OnTheMarket.com is the simple way to search for property. They aim to provide all potential buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants with an exceptional property search service.
To give you peace of mind that all our services are of the highest quality, Watsons is regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Watsons employees include members of the National Association of Estate Agents, the Association of Residential Letting Agents, the Association of Accounting Technicians, the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, the Chartered Institute of Housing and the Institute of Residential Property Management.
Cottages come in an array of designs and are often smaller than the average property but is packed with bags of character. It is particularly popular in rural areas but the cottage style has now made its way to urban residential and semi-residential areas.
A bungalow is a one-story house, cottage or cabin. Bungalows are well know for having a small space in terms of square feet but it is not uncommon to come across large bungalows.
A typical house within the UK is built up of bricks as it is an incredibly strong material and is also long lasting. Brick houses are generally made strong by having all the main walls two bricks thick and are typically two stories high. More modern builds are made up of pre-fabricated parts which are made in a factory.
An apartment is a self-contained private residence. They are typically located in complexes of buildings or gated communities and are usually situated in high footfall areas for the convenient access to amenities. They tend to be designed on multiple levels.
Similarly, a flat is similar to an apartment in terms of where it is situated and the type of building it is in but a flat tends to have all rooms positioned on one floor level. Making it ideal for those that don’t like stairs.
A townhouse is typically situated in urban areas and has a unique front and back entrance. It is usually on multiple levels and has one or two communal walls. The houses are terraced or semi-detached and are also known as rowhouses.