5 things we love about living in Diss, Norfolk

News at Musker McIntyre | 13/11/2019

Situated in East Anglia, not far from the border with Suffolk, Diss in Norfolk is a popular market town. It has an interesting history, including having been recorded in the Domesday book, and today it’s an extremely desirable place to live. If you’re thinking about moving to this part of the world, then you might be interested to hear what it has to offer. Here are 5 things that we at Musker McIntyre love about living in Diss, Norfolk…


There are plenty of desirable properties to choose from


We have deep insider knowledge of the property market in Diss, and we can report with great confidence that this is an extremely desirable place to live. If you’re searching for a family home with tons of character and charm, you’ll find exactly this. The Green, for example, is an immaculate period cottage, set just off the village green. It’s a pleasant walk into Diss town centre and the property will appeal to those who love a taste of country living.


There are strong transport links to London


Diss railway station is on the Great Eastern Main Line from London to Norwich, and you can make the journey in less than an hour and a half. This makes living in Diss a great option for those who need to regularly commute into the capital. It also means that you can easily enjoy days out in London and explore all that it has to offer.


The weekly market is a great place to spend an afternoon


A traditional market is held in Diss every Friday, from 9.30am until 3pm, and a farmers’ market comes to town on the second Saturday of every month, from 9am until 1pm. Here, you can pick up a vast array of local produce from nearby suppliers, including fruit, vegetables and meat. There’s often a buzzing atmosphere and it’s truly a community event to be proud of.


There are many exciting local sports events


Diss is home to a number of exciting sports organisations, including Diss Town FC and Diss RFC. The town has also produced a number of famous sports stars, including professional goalkeeper Mervyn Cawston and England footballer Matthew Upson. Be sure to get involved by booking a ticket to an upcoming event.


The area hosts many child-friendly activities


If you have children, then you’ll be pleased to know that there are many things for you to do as a family. Knettishall Heath, for example, is a peaceful nature reserve that features many animals, including grazing ponies, as well as pleasant walks and even camping facilities. It’s a great way to spend an afternoon enjoying the great outdoors.


If you’re thinking about moving to Diss, Musker McIntyre Estate Agents can help you. From finding out more about the area, to choosing a property that’s right for you, we’re here every step of the way. Get in touch with us today to set the wheels in motion. We’re waiting to take your call and give you a very warm welcome.

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