Wymondham: Perfect countryside way of life

Wymondham: Perfect countryside way of life

Countryside living is becoming ever-more popular in a fast-paced world, with many people seeking out the chance to get away from the rigours of modern life to have somewhere where they can relax.

With this in mind, market towns are becoming some of the most expensive to live in across the whole of the UK, with buyers often facing paying an extra £23,000 if they want to live in one of these towns, making them more desirable than ever before.

One such place will be able to be found when you are out and looking for property for sale in Wymondham.

The Norfolk market town is very attractive, giving a nod to the past and the history of the area, while also being up to date with modern life and giving residents the perfect sort of benefits of both.

An attraction for people who want to learn about the local area and its history, especially for those who are bringing children to live in the area, as they can help to give them an education about England's past, is the Wymondham Museum. Situated in what was once the local jail, the museum is one of the most popular areas in the town.

Other activities for all the family can include taking walks in the surrounding area of Norfolk, with much in the way of green areas on which families can spend time together.

The market cross within the town is also popular. Originally built in the 1670s at a cost of just £25, it is now one of the most iconic pieces of architecture in the location, visited by many people each and every year.

And for the parents, after a long week at work, Wymondham is served by a number of restaurants, cafes and old-fashioned pubs, allowing mum and dad the chance to have a nice meal before venturing out to find a quiet drink in a peaceful little venue.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801492530-ADNFCR

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