The cathedral city of Norwich is well known for its university and football club, but it’s just one of many attractive places to live in Norfolk. From the Breckland forests to the beaches of the north coast, this relaxed and idyllic county offers a high quality of life to its inhabitants and a lovely getaway to its visitors. Norfolk is one of the UK’s drier counties, and with its 100 miles of coastline, it’s a destination for birdwatchers and other holidaymakers. Anything from new flats to Georgian manor houses is available here, as is arable land, and you can choose to live in a beautiful market town or a picturesque village. Norfolk also has a high concentration of churches and excellent state and independent schools, and is well-connected by rail to London and Cambridge and beyond.