This pretty Victorian Gothic property on the site of one of Norfolk’s forgotten mansions boasts a master bedroom adorned in real gold among other luxury features. Property editor Caroline Culot went to visit Haveringland Hall House, for sale for offers over £1.1million.
If you’re trying to create interiors that have that ‘insta’ success, be inspired by this mid terrace in Norwich for sale for offers in excess of £375,000 that has been renovated and given a make-over, turning it from drab to dramatic.
For most landlords, letting a property involves allowing complete strangers access to their most valuable asset. Put like that it sounds scary – which is why tenant referencing is such an important part of the letting process. Rebecca Leggett, from Arnolds Keys, explains why.
If you have driven or walked through Mundesley, you can’t fail to have noticed this mysterious residence in an elevated position overlooking the sea. But few know the history behind it. Property editor Caroline Culot went to visit Cliff House, Paston Road, for sale for a guide price of £625,000.
Moat Farm, Bedingham, once owned by the author of King Solomon’s Mines, Sir Henry Rider Haggard, and the subject of his book A Farmer’s Year, is for sale by auction for a guide price of £575,000. Property editor Caroline Culot finds out more.
The tax relief available to landlords has changed a lot in recent times, many would say for the worse with the scrapping of the ‘Wear and Tear Allowance’ on fully furnished properties and the restriction of mortgage interest relief. Jon Hook, managing director of Norwich Accountancy Services, discusses.
Airbnb is a fairly modern phenomenon which allows you to rent out a spare room or your entire house as a short-term let. Whilst this option may seem tempting, it is important for you to check whether you have the right to rent out your property in the first place. Linda Marshall, from Spire solicitors, discusses.
Recent reports have suggested a slowing of the housing market, with prices predicted by some to fall further over the coming months. But this trend is largely influenced by the London market and may mask what is happening in the rest of the country. Edward Parker, managing director of Bennett Homes, discusses.
This Grade II listed farmhouse dating to the mid 1500s and situated down a hidden track away from the world in 2.1 acres of overgrown gardens and grounds requires a full renovation. Property editor Caroline Culot went to take a look at Rumburgh Place Farm, Wissett, for sale for £775,000 with Musker McIntyre.
When Karen and Kevin Keable tried to build their own house on land at the rear of their country home in Bracon Ash, near Mulbarton, south of Norwich, they got a bit of a surprise. Property editor Caroline Culot went to interview them to find out more.
Nearly £2.25 million worth of property went under the hammer today at Brown & Co’s summer auction at the Assembly House in Norwich including a former hardware store in Harleston. See here for all the results.
Howards’ managing director for 24 years, Chris Mitchell, is retiring following the acquisition of the local estate agency by the Spicerhaart organisation. Property editor Caroline Culot spoke to him about his career.
The trends of moving home have changed in recent years. Prior to 2007, on average, buyers would buy and sell five properties during their lifetime. This has now reduced down to an average of three properties. Sheron Harley, from the Property Shop, discusses.
“There are three kind of lies: lies, damn lies, and statistics.” So said 19th century prime minister Benjamin Disraeli and his argument that statistics can be used selectively in support of one viewpoint over another is still valid today, state Clive Hedges, of Arnolds Keys.
I went to lunch with my grandparents a couple of weeks ago. My grandfather has always been an avid watcher of the news and reader of the paper and so one of the topics on the tip of his tongue was the recent talk of the estate agency sector and it becoming regulated, with agents requiring their staff to be qualified. My grandad asked me what my thoughts were, to which I replied: ‘I think it is a marvellous idea and well overdue.’
The owners of this marvellous Arts and Crafts style home wanted enough space for their family to come and stay - but their children loved Norfolk so much, they moved here meaning the couple now want to downsize! Property editor Caroline Culot went to visit Fairways, Aylsham, for sale for a guide price of £1.25 million.
Many of us dream of renovating a property - but just how easy is it and can you make a profit? Property editor Caroline Culot has followed the renovation since February of a Victorian terraced house in Norwich by Vish Joory - and now you see the stunning transformation.
A pretty flint and brick cottage in Stiffkey, once lived in by Henry Williamson who wrote the novel Tarka the Otter, is for sale along with outbuildings, believed to be the famous author’s writing studio.
You can’t help but notice this house on Thunder Lane in Thorpe St Andrew, Norwich - because it has a castellated front so looks like a mini castle with a turret. But you now really can be king of your own castle because the house is for sale for a guide price of £585,000. Property editor Caroline Culot went to visit.
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