Why live in the Dersingham area of Norfolk
Dersingham itself has a variety of shops and facilities including a Post Office, Library, Budgens and Spar Supermarkets, Butcher, Boots Chemist, Newsagents, Health Centre, Dental Clinic, Solicitors, Hairdressers, Churches and Public Houses. The population of the village is just under 5000.
There is a fast and frequent train service to London from King's Lynn and a regular bus services from Dersingham to King's Lynn and Hunstanton.
The older houses in the village are constructed mainly of Carrstone and Flint and the village has a number of Listed Buildings of historic interest. The nearby Royal Estate of Sandringham, with its country park and hundreds of acres of beautiful woodland providing the perfect venue throughout the year for walking or just relaxing enjoying the lovely surroundings.
In the area
Those interested in sport are well catered for in West Norfolk, Hunstanton and King's Lynn provide fitness facilities at Lynn Sport, Municipal Swimming Pools and for those who wish to play golf, there are many courses within a short drive with King's Lynn, Hunstanton and Brancaster golf courses being particularly good. Both inland and for the more hardy, off shore sailing is readily available with Sailing Clubs at Snettisham, Hunstanton and Leziate.
The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton and the Corn Exchange Theatre in King's Lynn provide a wide variety of shows, concerts and exhibitions.
For those interested in nature, the North Norfolk coast is rich in flora and fauna. It is a bird watchers paradise with several RSPB sites where the variety and numbers of bird types change with the seasons. The North-West Norfolk coast consists mainly of long stretches of sand dunes, marshes and low cliffs at Hunstanton.
A long coast road links the numerous coastal villages where pebble flint is predominant in the buildings. Further inland and to the West of the region, Carrstone quarried at nearby Snettisham provides the character to many houses, cottages and public buildings.
The area is rich in history with Holkham Hall, Houghton Hall and Sandringham House offering stately surroundings close by.
If you are interested in moving to West Norfolk, please contact us for more information, we'll be more than happy to discuss your individual requirements.