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Property for sale by Estate Agents in Snettisham

As Norfolk’s leading independent estate agent with more than 20 years’ experience, Sowerbys is well-positioned to help you with selling, buying and renting property in Snettisham. Our reputation has been built on providing an excellent service with close attention to detail and outstanding customer care. Call us today to discover how we can help you to achieve your sale or purchase in Snettisham.

Why choose Sowerbys for your property sale?

We are property experts. We are passionate about helping our customers to achieve their dream property in the right location and within their budget. 

Our team members have a wide range of business experience and draw upon this to understand our customers’ needs. As members of the industry’s trade association we work within its Code of Practice and by a strong code of ethics.

We use proven and effective methods of marketing across online and offline channels to ensure your property’s visibility among targeted buyers actively looking for property in Norfolk.

About Snettisham:

Snettisham is a charming Norfolk village with a wonderful blend of period and contemporary housing sympathetically styled to suit this coastal village location. Well-serviced by a variety of shops and local amenities, it also boasts a small restaurant café and award-winning pub, The Rose and Crown. St Mary’s church is a local landmark that stands out thanks to its tall spire and intricate decoration. There is easy access to RSPB reserves and excellent walks nearby making it popular with nature-lovers. To find out more about Snettisham, contact Sowerby’s Hunstanton office.

"Thank you for all you have done so far. My wife and I were commenting on Saturday evening about how fantastic the team at Sowerbys are. Each and every one of the staff we have had contact with has been extremely professional and efficient. We have a high confidence in your company and can see why you are such a successful estate agency. "
Mr & Mrs Colledge - Mundesley - July 2015