Selling or buying a waterside property?

Located in the Norfolk Broads Capital we are ideally placed to showcase every waterside property; no matter how great or otherwise. At Stobart & Hurrell we know our marketing attracts more buyers and understand you only get one opportunity to launch your property and make the very best first impression. We will discuss with you the importance to ensure your property stands out in a crowd and for all the right reasons. We market every property with the intent of achieving the very best price, from the best buyer and in the right timescales for our clients.

We are on hand making a difference from the start, we get to know our clients needs and their property’s first and work with our professional photographers (land or air) on every property to create the very best first impression. Once a property comes to the market, we appreciate the importance of regular and effective communication with our clients, whether in our office, in their home or over the phone.

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The Mallards, Coltishall

Asking Price £475,000

Whether as an enviable waterside home or an idyllic place to escape to the country and the renowned Norfolk Broads, The Mallards readily complements those at home on or off the water. A first-floor balcony overlooks a discrete, enclosed courtyard terrace opening onto a staithe with a jetty and mooring - access to the waterways is truly on your doorstep. Whether a preference by road or river the property otherwise affords a waterside window to the natural wonders of our waterways where wildlife such as Kingfishers and Otters are witnessed.

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Gullane House, Buxton

Offers In Excess of £450,000

An idyllic Norfolk landmark sat astride the meandering River Bure, this former 18th Century flour store presents as an enviable ranging family home or an enchanting place to escape to the country for relaxation or recreation amidst the wildlife and waters of the renowned Norfolk Broads. The neighbouring Water Mill and the now Gullane House were once industrial magnets of their time, milling locally produced household flour, biscuit flour and grinding animal feed for distribution along the navigable Broads waterways.

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Lime Kiln Quay, Neatishead

Asking Price £950,000

An enviable waterside home nestled at the heart of the picturesque riverside village of Neatishead; an area of sprawling natural beauty, rurally set amongst the wildlife and waterways of the renowned Norfolk Broads. Lime Kiln Quay sits handsomely towards the front of a generous plot of around three quarters of an acre, which extends away from the property and down to the navigable Limekiln Dyke and onwards to the Barton Broad, River Ant and greater Norfolk Broads waterways.

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