Sitting 14 miles northwest of Norwich and 8 miles from Dereham, Bawdeswell sits at the hub of six main Norfolk roads, including the A1067. This well-connected village is large and busy, with an attractive conservation area at its heart. Bawdeswell’s historical connections include its appearance in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and several listed buildings. Its parish church, All Saints, was rebuilt in the neo-Georgian style after the medieval building was destroyed during WW2. Bawdeswell’s village properties also include elegant Georgian homes and traditional Norfolk cottages along with new builds and terraces. It is a thriving community with a public house, restaurant/café, bowling green, butcher, village stores, large garden centre, pre-school and primary school. Home-buyers are generally drawn to the rich village life and its excellent transport links. For any properties for sale in Bawdeswell please contact our Sowerbys Dereham branch.
"We have thought carefully over the weekend about what to do next concerning selling our property, and we both think that for the time being we should stay put due to our situation. We will return to you, as you and your colleagues really are a top notch estate agent and we can clearly see just why you are so successful. Thank you all for your help."