The most-viewed homes for sale in Norfolk in December
- Credit: Waterside Estate Agents
The most popular properties on the market in Norfolk last month included a cottage, a Victorian hall, and a barn conversion.
Property listing website Zoopla records how many people have viewed the listing for each home in the past 30 days.
A brick and flint property in High Street in Wighton was the most-viewed home in Norfolk last month.
The two-bed cottage is on the market for £400,000 with Spalding & Co.
The property has two bathrooms and one reception room, with a log burner and period features throughout.
The house is "tucked away" and is just three miles from Wells-next-the-Sea.
The second most-viewed property in Norfolk in December was a cliffside home in Mundesley Road in Trimingham.
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The six-bed Victorian house with sea views is on the market for £600,000 with Coast and Country.
It has four bathrooms and two reception rooms and is currently being run as a holiday let.
The property is in a plot of 1.75 acres and has a wrap-around garden with a large heated swimming pool.
A five-bed farmhouse in Burnham Road in South Creake was the third most-viewed property.
The 17th-century north Norfolk home is on the market for £1.5m with Savills.
The property contains five bathrooms and four receptions rooms as well as having an outbuilding.
The garden is walled and has a river meandering through it.
Another of the most viewed properties was a barn conversion in Rectory Road in Suffield.
The two-bed and chain-free property is on the market for £280,000 with William H Brown.
The barn conversion, with a thatched roof and exposed beams, has two bedrooms and one reception room.
The countryside location also has access to a shared conservation area.
The fifth most-viewed property in Norfolk in December was a waterfront property in Lower Street in Horning.
The Broads home has four bedrooms and is on the market for £1.25m with Waterside Estate Agents.
Built in 2002, this property has a thatched roof and an elm-clad exterior.
There is a private garden as well as 150 feet of private mooring on the River Bure.
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