There is a huge choice of homes in west Norfolk, from modern apartment blocks, to traditional costal cottages or larger family houses. Property prices are below the national average, meaning you will be able to find something that fits both your lifestyle and budget.
In 2017, King’s Lynn was voted the seventh happiest place to live in the UK in a survey by Rightmove. And house prices remain affordable. In 2018, the average house price in King’s Lynn was £171,706, £220,360 in Downham Market and a home in the coastal town of Hunstanton was averaging at £275,674.*
You can find homes to buy or rent in the area through Rightmove or Zoopla. Alongside this, there are a wide number of lettings and estate agents based throughout the area, which are found easily online.
Homes are available through the Help To Buy scheme, you can find out about the scheme and contact details for local providers through Help To Buy. There are also a number of social housing providers operating, including Freebridge Community Housing, the largest provider of affordable housing in west Norfolk. You can bid for homes using West Norfolk Home Choice