Five of the most expensive properties for rent in Norwich

the malt house, king street

The Malt House on King Street - Credit: The Norfolk Agents

Renting in Norwich has recently been revealed to be increasingly expensive due to young people being 'gazumped' by 'cash-rich Londoners'.

With the cost of buying going up, the cost of renting has followed as more are forced to stay in the rental market.

We took a look at some of the most expensive properties available for rent in Norwich as of September 16.

the avenues house

The kitchen of the property in The Avenues - Credit: Abbotts

Among the most expensive properties to rent in Norwich are student houses, one of which is a six-bed home on The Avenues. It is £3,500 per month and let by Abbotts.

the avenues house

One of the six bedrooms in The Avenues property - Credit: Abbotts

The property has six bedrooms, a brand new kitchen and bathroom, and TVs in every bedroom. There is also a garden and off-road parking.

the malt house, king street

The Malt House on King Street - Credit: The Norfolk Agents

Another premium property currently available to rent is The Malt House on King Street. It is £3,200 per month and let by The Norfolk Agents.

the malt house, king street

The living room of the Malt House on King Street - Credit: The Norfolk Agents

This 'luxury apartment' across three stories has three bedrooms with en-suites, panoramic views of the city, and a balcony.

st giles property

The St Giles Street property - Credit: Pointens

Most Read

Another of the city's most expensive properties to let is on Upper St Giles Street. It is £2,500 per month and is let by Pointens, an independent estate agent in Holt.

st giles property

The sitting room in the St Giles Street property - Credit: Pointens

The three-storey townhouse has three bedrooms, two of which have an en-suite, a small courtyard garden, and two reception rooms.

low road keswick

The property on Low road, Keswick - Credit: William H Brown

Slightly further out of Norwich is the property on Low Road, in Keswick. It is £2,400 per month and is let by William H Brown.

low road keswick

The sitting room in the property on Low Road, Keswick - Credit: William H Brown

The detached four-bed is to the southeast of the city, with three bathrooms, a log burner, and an enclosed garden.

prince of wales property

The kitchen of the Prince of Wales Road property, with a view of the balcony - Credit: Abbot Fox

One of Norwich's other most expensive properties to let currently is on Prince of Wales Road. It is £1,950 per month and is let by abbotFox.

prince of wales property

The bedroom of the Prince of Wales Road property - Credit: Abbot Fox

This three-bed has a family bathroom, one en-suite, and a private balcony. It is on one of Norwich's busiest roads, giving it great links to the city's amenities.

Would you like to stay up to date with the latest property news in your area? Sign up to our Eastern Daily Press newsletter for our pick of the best local property stories.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter