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What is it about Sheringham?

Published: 16/06/2020

Be quick as Sheringham is growing quickly in popularity. Prices have continued to increase, but it still represents fantastic value for money if you are looking for a north Norfolk coastal home, and it’s easy to see why.

Sheringham still feels a bit like a well-kept secret, but that is beginning to change, the beauty is that it is very much a traditional seaside town with the accolade of an award-winning beach along with heritage steam railway, shops bursting with local produce and enough coastal and countryside walks to keep you busy all year round.

Once an old fishing village, Sheringham has been named by The Times as one of the best places to live in the UK! With its blue flag, family friendly beach offering scenic walks along the promenade and a delightful row of colourful beach huts, it’s not hard to see why it is so popular.

Nearby, there is the National Trust’s Sheringham Park, miles of hilly countryside covered with purple heather and lovely coastal views. If it’s great views you’re looking for, there are some of the best in the county at the top of Beeston Bump; a large grassy hill reaching 103m tall which was formed at the end of the ice age and this can be accessed by the Norfolk Coast Path.

The town is also incredibly community focused holding carnivals and festivals all year round! There is the famous Crab & Lobster Festival and the Sheringham Carnival, as well as the Steam Gala celebrating the heritage North Norfolk railway which runs from Sheringham to Holt with fantastic sea views along the way.

Within the town itself there is a fantastic selection of pubs, cafes, tea rooms, museums and even a theatre to keep you entertained. So whether you are after a traditional seaside family holiday, weekend break or a permanent place to call home, Sheringham pretty much has it all covered.

Here are just a few of the stunning properties we currently have for sale in Sheringham.

Priory Road, £395,000 - Watch the property film

Knowle Road, £575,000 (Guide Price)

Alexandra Road, £597,500 (Guide Price)

Montague Road, £645,000 (Guide Price) Watch the property film

Meadow Way, £675,000 (Guide Price)

Abbey Road, £895,000 (Guide Price) - Watch the property film