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About South Norfolk

South Norfolk is a lush and pretty region, topped and tailed by the Rivers Yare and Waveney. The A11, A140 and A146 give fast links to Norwich in the north and London and the midlands to the south. Wymondham to the west and Diss on the borders of Suffolk are busy market towns with a wealth of shopping and businesses.

Property types

Charming Victorian and Georgian rural properties often come with paddocks or large gardens. You will find rurally situated cottages and family homes as well as urban flats, terraced houses and new-builds in the area’s towns and larger villages.

What you’ll get for your money

Detached and larger country homes range from £500,000. Cottages and new-builds will cost from £220,000 with terraces in the towns from £180,000.

What else you can expect from South Norfolk

South Norfolk’s proximity to Norwich, its roads and train line make it an excellent area for commuting. Bordered by the east coast, Norwich and Thetford Forest, there are plenty of activities and opportunities for anyone looking to settle in this area.

Transport

The A11 and A140 provide excellent road links with the county’s main train line to London running though its heart.

Local amenities

The governing authority is South Norfolk Council. The region has several outstanding primary and secondary schools and the independent schools in Norwich, Wymondham and Culford are within reach via the A11 and A140.

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Richard Dalton, Gressenhall - July 2015