Top Property For Sale In Norfolk Villages


Our Top Ten Property For Sale In Norfolk Villages; we’ve compiled this because Norfolk is full of beautiful villages and we want to others to know about them.

This list below is our favourite ten Norfolk villages, they are not in any particular order; it would be unfair to say that there was a number one as all Norfolk villages are beautiful.

We've also included houses that you'll typically find for sale in these villages. 


This lovely village is west of Norwich tucked in the Yare Valley.
When guests come to visit they can conveniently stay at the local Barnham Broom Hotel which also boasts a grand golf club.
Here in Colton we present to you an expansive 1930's built country home standing in secluded grounds of approximately 7 acres with various outbuildings, paddocks, formal gardens, heated swimming pool and tennis court.


A convenient village just off the A47 between Norwich and Dereham.
For Hockering we have chosen  Lake View Lodge, built by the current owners, finished to a very high standard with exceptional attention to detail. 


A charming village with bendy roads, thatched roofs and tall chimney pots Our pick for this village is The Old Rectory, an impressive, historic former Rectory set within 5 acres of mature grounds, with an additional detached former church hall currently used as a very successful holiday let.


Just west of Lowestoft is gorgeous Haddiscoe and just a few minutes from the village hall is White House Farm, an elegant Grade II listed farmhouse.

Little Melton

Just on the outskirts of Norwich is the village of Little Melton and it’s here where you’ll find Manor Farm Barns. A substantial barn conversion of approximately 3358 sqft enjoying a convenient and tranquil setting with grounds in excess of 0.5 acres. Just down the road is Norwich City football training ground, great if you’re a football fan!


Within the picturesque Norfolk Broads is Neatishead, a sprawling village which hasn’t changed much in 100 years! Neatishead Mill remains to stand, the village pub has a micro-brewery, and the local people of Neatishead own the village shop!
Nestled in this village is The Shambles, a stunning, individual self-build property.


On the north bank of the River Yare is Brundall, a village famous for its boat building.
Here in Brundall, we present a charming detached 1830s period cottage, set back from the road within mature grounds approaching 0.5 acres. 


Four miles south of Norwich is the pretty village of Swardeston. An interesting fact about Swardstone is that from the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century, Federick Cavell was the vicar of Swardstone church. His daughter was probably one of the most famous women to be killed during WW1, Edith Cavell. The stained glass windows on St Mary’s church were made in her honour. In this village, we have a family home which is set over three floors.


Near Long Stratton is the village of Wacton. 
Wacton has been the subject of recent research due to the amounts of Roman pottery the locals have found. There are quite a few properties of architectural interest in this village as well as a 19th-century wall which received a National Lottery Heritage grant.
In Wacton we have a lovely extended detached home with a variety of outbuildings. 


Just North of Reedham, between the River Bure and River Yare, within the Norfolk Broads is Halvergate. For cricket fans, this village has a cricket team that plays in the East Anglian Premier League! Tucked in Halvergate is the gorgeous School Lodge, a handsome former village school suitable for families in secluded grounds of approximately 0.35 acres.

Not a Norfolk village but a Norfolk market town is…


Attleborough boasts a Norman tower and a medieval church; its history dates back to the Saxon times.  Conveniently situated in the centre of Attleborough is Beulah House, a lovingly restored Georgian Grade II listed schoolhouse.

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