Shared Ownership in Norwich
Why you should buy a shared ownership property in Norwich
The Norfolk capital knows exactly how to reel you in. It’s not a city on the cusp, nor is it hungry for stark modernism. No, Norwich is one of those places that strums to its own mellow beat whilst quietly revelling in its medieval glory, its antiquity and its refinement. And that’s all part of the charm: it’s laid-back, beautiful and doesn’t try too hard – the very reasons people flock to live here every year. You’ll fall for its historic thrills, from its mighty cathedral to the spectacular Norman castle that looms large over the city. You’ll love pottering along its cobbled lanes, like Elm hill – a gorgeous street with Tudor buildings and impossibly cute shops that appeared in the film Stardust. And you’ll go mad for its unpretentious foodie scene that’s been making waves here for years – think brilliant afternoon teas with city views, cake shops that look as though they’ve been engineered entirely with Instagram in mind; and top-drawer cocktails in ultra-glam settings.
If you aren’t convinced yet about buying a home in Norwich, you will be… The city itself is far from the whole story. Beyond Norwich’s city limits, you’ve got the Broads and the beaches where you’ll find atmospheric spots for wild swimming, romanticised picnics on windswept dunes, and outdoorsy adventures. As soon as the sun’s out, locals decamp to the coast to dine in toes-in-the-sand cafes, snooze in the shade of a dune, and for those itching to get their feet wet, swim with seals beyond golden-hued beaches.
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If you’re craving a faster pace, board a boat and sail its dramatic coastline. Need to get around? The city is very walkable with good bus links and it’s also served by the major Norwich International Airport. Bag a home in Norwich through shared ownership and we guarantee you’ll be living your best life.
If you thought buying a new home with bags of charm in an iconic neighbourhood is off limits, then think again. Shared ownership makes jumping onto the property ladder immeasurably easy and far more affordable than the conventional route. There are plenty of options in and around Norwich. Try the Norfolk market town of Wymondham where a new development of swish homes combines style, functionality and quality, within nudging distance of shops, pubs, cafes, schools and a whole range of facilities. In Pulham St Mary, a characterful two-bedroom terrace is a great option for young professionals, families or couples looking to buy, and in Breckland, smart three-bedroom homes are available through shared ownership. You’d be mad to miss out on this opportunity.