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Finding a rental property right in the heart of Norwich will enable you to experience city living at its very best.

Within its old stone walls, this vibrant hub really does offer everything you could possibly desire in terms of culture, leisure, entertainment, shopping and outdoor spaces.

Properties also vary greatly – look out for new developments that offer high-level apartments with far-reaching views, as well as small houses with riverside views.

Find historic buildings that have been converted into all manner of character-filled dwellings, as well as former office buildings that have been given a new lease of life as residential accommodation.

From the quiet, cobbled, historic lanes, with their abundance of charming medieval buildings, to the cutting-edge Forum, with its glass atrium, Norwich boasts a fine array of architecture.

Admire the impressive Georgian facades on your way home from work every day and appreciate the unique beauty of the narrow Lanes as you do your shopping on Saturday mornings.

Enjoy stepping out from your rental property to peruse the city’s many independent shops or to browse the colourful stalls of Norwich Market. This dates back to the 11th century and is believed to be the oldest outdoor provision market in the country.

While you are here pick up fresh local produce, as well as clothing, jewellery and gifts; find sizzling hot dishes from around the world to enjoy in the market itself or to take home to your rental property.

For high street and department stores, Norwich boasts two impressive shopping centres, Castle Quarter and Chapelfield, as well as many streets of well-known names.

Spend your evenings at the multi-screen Vue or Odeon cinemas or at arty Cinema City.

Book a seat to see a West End show at the Theatre Royal or buy a ticket to watch a big name comedian at the Norwich Playhouse.

Take visitors to a festival in the park or to see the castle, cathedral, art galleries and museums and then indulge in a meal at one of the city’s plethora of great restaurants.

For keep fit enthusiasts, there is a good choice of gyms within the city centre or they can run or walk through beautiful Chapelfield Gardens or the Cathedral Close, or follow the river.

Norwich, which is widely considered to be one of the country’s safest places to live, has state and independent schools right at its centre or close by, as well as schools further out that can be reached easily by bus.