Published: 09/11/2021What can you expect from village life in Norfolk?
For many of us, buying our dream home in a quiet village away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life sounds perfect - and Norfolk is the ideal place to do just that.
There are so many perks to village life; from the big open spaces and fresh air to the close knit sense of community, the handy local shop at the end of the road to the all-important village pub.
But what kind of properties can you find in the heart of some of our county’s wonderful villages?
Take a look...
This delightful cottage is nestled in the heart of the village of Burnham Market, thought to be north Norfolk’s most picturesque village.
With its eclectic mix of Georgian and Victorian buildings clustered around the broad village green and variety of independent shops, it’s impossible not to fall in love with it.
This beautifully restored Victorian Rectory is in the superb village of Wiggenhall St. Mary Magdalen, boasting gorgeous church views.
Just 8 miles south of King’s Lynn, the village sits beside the River Great Ouse with its parish church, idyllic village pond and pub. A mix of beautiful countryside and riverside walks – this one is picture perfect!
These two charming period properties steeped in local history are nestled in the historic village of Matlaske, a short distance from the north Norfolk coast.
The picturesque rural village enjoys a quiet pace of life with brick and flint lined streets, sweeping countryside views and a tight knit community – you’re bound to feel at home here.
This attractive brick and flint family home enjoys countryside views over its location in the highly regarded village of Hindolveston.
The small village surrounded by lovely countryside, quiet lanes and great walks, has a local church and village hall, as well as being home to ancient church ruins - ideal for those who love the great outdoors!
This charming Victorian home with beautifully retained original features is situated within the sought after village of Barnham Broom.
In the heart of Norfolk countryside the village offers an abundance of local amenities, including a post office, local shops, a pub, primary school and the well known Hotel Golf and Country Club - a great mix to suit everyone!
This beautifully renovated period cottage dating back to the late 1800’s can be found in the small village of Flitcham, on a quiet lane within the Sandringham Royal Estate.
The village forms part of the Royal Sandringham Estate with many of its properties built in a local ‘carrstone’ style – seen only in a relatively small area of West Norfolk - great for those wanting to live in a quiet area.