Holt Area Guide
The historic Georgian town of Holt is the perfect place to while away time shopping with its boutique shops, cafés and eateries. There are antique shops tucked away in courtyards alongside galleries and bookshops and at Christmas the town comes alive with an annual Christmas Festival.
Holt is dominated by Georgian architecture dating back to when the town was rebuilt following the Great Fire. You will find Regency town houses, new-build flats and apartments, Victorian terraces and cottages and imposing Georgian family homes.
What you’ll get for your money
Typically, one-bedroom apartments sell for around £125,000 and four-bedroom detached houses fetch in the region of £450,000 - 600,000 on average. If you’re looking to let, then expect to achieve in the region of £105 per week for a one-bedroom apartment and £200 per week for larger family homes.
What else can you expect from Holt?
The historic Poppy Line train service runs to the North Norfolk coastal town of Sheringham. The town is a stone’s throw from the coastline and its beautiful nature walks and itself has its own Holt Country Park – 100 acres of woodland, family picnic areas and children’s adventure playground.
Holt is situated on the A148, between the towns of Fakenham and Cromer. Norwich is within easy reach where there are frequent train services to London.
The local governing authority is North Norfolk District Council. Details of Council Tax bands for the area can be found here.
There are 57 primary schools and 13 secondary schools in the surrounding area. Many of these are rated ‘Outstanding’ or ‘Good’ by Ofsted. The town has its own independent co-educational boarding school, Gresham’s, which was founded in 1555. Performance league tables for the area can be found here.