There is a diverse array of property in Thornham from typical brick and flint cottages full of coastal charm, to large contemporary family houses sympathetically designed to complement the existing aesthetics of this pretty village.
What you’ll get for your money
Thornham is incredibly popular and property moves fast, especially smaller homes with holiday cottage potential. Typical three-bedroom family homes achieve in excess of £550,000 while larger, three-to-four bedroom new or renovated properties with good-sized gardens are likely to command prices exceeding £750,000. Rental properties rarely become available in Thornham but holiday lets are often in demand achieving between £300 and £900 a week (depending on season) for an average two-bedroom home. Those with a capacity to sleep eight and above can let for prices in excess of £2,000 a week in the height of the season.
What else can you expect from Thornham?
The new village hall is a real hub for residents of Thornham with impressive recreation facilities including a multi-use games area (tennis, five-a-side football and basketball), well-equipped children’s play area, cricket and football pitches. With regular cinema nights, dance and fitness classes and weekly kids’ club, there is always something to do in the village hall, creating a wonderful sense of community. On top of this, there are special events such as art exhibitions and a family fun day in August. Within the locality there are two renowned golf clubs and a choice of sailing clubs, providing further opportunity for leisure pursuits. Throughout the wider coastal area, there are several not-to-be-missed annual events such as the North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival, and the North Norfolk Music Festival which showcases the best in classical music at venues across the region.
Thornham lies on the A149, which directly links with King’s Lynn to the South where main routes such as the A47 and A10 can be joined. From King’s Lynn, there is an hourly train service which calls at Cambridge before continuing to King’s Cross with a journey time of approximately 50 minutes and just under two hours respectively. The Coasthopper bus service passes through Thornham and runs regularly between King’s Lynn and Cromer, seven days a week (reduced on Sundays).
"From the initial valuation through to completion the service and support has been phenomenal. Moving is especially difficult but Lex dealt with every detail and kept me informed at every stage often speaking with the other parties involved to keep everyone moving forward. I am very pleased with the speed at which I was able to sell my property on the first viewing and appreciate the dedication from Lex to ensure the sale completed."