Our estate agents in Norwich is centrally located in Exchange Street in the heart of the city centre. The office covers the city centre plus popular suburbs like Costessey, Poringland and Easton.
Our local network of 13 offices – including Taverham, Wroxham and Wymondham – covers most of Norfolk, while 57 regional offices ensure the Abbotts team have you covered.
Why Choose Abbotts?
Our network of 57 local offices provides unrivalled marketing reach and a shared database of customers. Our team brings a rich variation of experience to the table, helping support clients throughout the buying and selling experience. The high demand for property in Norwich across all major suburbs makes house prices sit above average. Property varies from eco lodges in the suburbs and city to beautiful listed homes oozing history and charm. We offer selling, buying, mortgage advice, rentals, surveys, new builds, land and new homes and conveyancing – all under one roof. Look no further for estate agents in Norwich.
Local Information about Norwich
Located in Norfolk, Norwich is a sought-after commuter town – and England's first UNESCO City of Literature. It has a beautiful cathedral, picturesque village locations, a popular football club and plentiful shopping and leisure activities. Its top-class schools and award-winning university make the area popular with students from all over. Norwich benefits from easy access to the M1, A11, A47 and major routes.
Property prices in Norwich City have soared by almost 200% since 2000, according to research published by Abbotts. Read more.
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A network of 33 high street branches throughout the region.
A beautifully appointed, four storey, Georgian Grade-II listed town house on the edge of the City Centre.St.Stephens Road which leads into Newmarket Road is arguably the most prestigious area in Norwich and benefits from being only a few minutes walk to the city centre....
A modern detached bungalow set within ground in excess of a third of an acre in a highly desired village.A village steeped in history, Saxlingham Nethergate was once owned by John de Verdun after the Norman invasions and takes its name in part from the manor at......