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House Data in Cromer

According to Cromer statistics there can be approximately 134 houses for sale in Cromer at a time, with the average asking price being £307,284 and the median time to sell a house averaging at 192 days. Cromer is additionally a popular location for property purchase or relocation, due to its wide range of affordable housing represented on the below graph:

North Norfolk District Council & Council Tax

North Norfolk District Council is located in Holt road south of the town of Cromer in the county of Norfolk. It was built between 1988 and 1990. The nearest railway station is at Cromer for the Bittern Line which runs between Sheringham, Cromer and Norwich. Wells-next-the-sea is a small town and port. It is on the North Norfolk coast and has a population of 2,165.

Below is a breakdown of the various council tax bands and prices. You can check your Council Tax band by going on the Government website.

Valuation band Value Valuation band Value
A £1,238.54 E £2,270.67
B £1,444.97 F £2,683.52
C £1,651.39 G £3,096.37
D £1,857.82 H £3,715.64

Why Cromer: Things To Do?

Cromer, famous for its pier, is a traditional seaside resort. The pier is Victorian architecture and has survived many tidal surges and storms. The government even attempted to blow it up in World War 2 to stop it being used as a landing strip for enemy invaders. As well as the history with the pier, Cromer also has history with its unmissable 160ft tower of the 14th century church, St Peter and Paul. Cromer also has lots of great sandy beaches, museums and attractions. There is also a Norfolk Coast Path to walk or there is The Coast Hopper bus that makes it easy to explore the Norfolk coast. It also has a regular bus and train service to the surrounding areas. The seaside town has a lot of restaurants and cafes, pubs and B&Bs, that are all independently owned by local residents. There is something for everything in Cromer!

Average Cost of a Conveyancer in Cromer

One of our most FAQ’s is “what is the average cost of Conveyancing in Cromer?”. This entirely depends on whether you are simply purchasing property, selling property or both! Secondly, the price of the property is the second factor to consider, Finally the average cost of a conveyancer can entirely depend on what Cromer postcode you are moving to.

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