A little look at the quirkiest properties in Norfolk

News at Musker McIntyre | 02/03/2020

One of the most historic counties in the UK, Norfolk is home to a large number of beautiful properties. From quirky mills to stunning contemporary builds, there are unique homes located across the county. Many of these properties have been converted into holiday homes, allowing you to sample them for yourself. Here are some of our favourite spots to help get you inspired. Perhaps you are looking for a property to buy or rent and as your local Estate Agency, Musker McIntyre can help.


Martham Mill


The Norfolk countryside is dotted with beautiful historic windmills. Rising high above the flat fields and meandering waterways, the windmills are an iconic part of the county’s landscape.


Martham Mill, located between Great Yarmouth and Norwich, is one of the most picturesque in the area. Built in 1908, it’s now a popular two-bedroom holiday cottage. Visit Martham Mill to discover what it’s like to stay in one of these historic buildings and to get to know this beautiful part of the county.


Sunnybank, Coltishall


Located around 30 minutes north of Loddon, Sunnybank is one of the most luxurious and striking modern properties in the area. The property looks out over the Norfolk Broads and enjoys panoramic views of the surrounding area.


its angular glass façade gives the property a distinctly contemporary look and ensures the interior of the building is flooded with light. Inside, you’ll find an expansive living room, five bedrooms, three bathrooms and your very own cinema and games room.


The Old Station Heacham


The Old Station in Heacham is one of the quirkiest and most unique properties in Norfolk. Comprising of a converted Victorian railway carriage and a fully renovated station, the property can accommodation a total of six guests. Ideal for railway enthusiasts, and those who love properties that are a little bit different, the station is located close to the coast north of Snettisham.


Aylsham Windmill


Another of Norfolk’s stunning mills, Aylsham Windmill is situated between the city of Norwich and the coast. Originally built in 1826, the mill was derelict for almost 80 before being fully restored and converted into luxurious self-catering accommodation. Set over four floors, the mill sleeps up to six people and has plenty of space for all the family to spread out and relax. 


The Boathouse, Wroxham


Norfolk is famous for its beautiful waterways, and this waterside property is perfectly placed to take full advantage of the views on offer. Located in Wroxham, one of the main boating hubs on the Norfolk Broads, The Boathouse has four stunning bedrooms, five bathrooms and a spacious terrace overlooking the water.


If you’d like to find out more about quirky properties in Norfolk, or if you’d like to find out about the stunning properties currently for sale in the county, we can help. Get in touch with a member of our team here at Musker McIntyre Estate Agents or drop into one of our branches today. We have seven offices in the following locations: Norwich, Loddon, Beccles, Bungay, Harleston, Halesworth and Diss.