The most-viewed homes for sale in Norfolk in October
- Credit: Spalding & Co
The most popular properties on the market in Norfolk last month included two cottages, a Tudor hall, and a stable conversion.
Property listing website Zoopla records how many people have viewed the listing for each home in the past 30 days.
The most-viewed home in Norfolk was a detached period building in Holt Road in Langham.
The eight-bed stable conversion recently sold with a guide price of £250,000 with William H Brown.
There is currently no living room in the property but there is the potential to convert part of the stable.
The second most-viewed home in the county was is a bungalow in Watch House Lane in Bacton.
The four-bed recently sold at auction with a guide price of £270,000 with William H Brown.
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The brick and flint property has two bathrooms and two reception rooms.
It has mature gardens with fruit trees and is just a short walk from the sandy beach at Bacton.
Another brick and flint property in High Street in Wighton was the third most-viewed property 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 the coast at Wells-next-the-Sea.
The fourth most-viewed property was Hardley Hall in Hardley, a Grade II listed Tudor hall.
The eight-bed 15th-century hall is on the market for £1.85m with Strutt & Parker.
The flint and brick country house overlooks surrounding farmland and countryside and has lots of period features such as an Elizabethan porch and an underground passage to the church.
The hall has three floors, five bathrooms and four reception rooms.
A semi-detached house in Comber Close in Scole was the fifth most popular property on the website.
The three-bed was recently sold with a guide price of £118,125 with Whittley Parish.
The property has one bathroom and one reception room.
The garden is partially south-facing and there are climbing plants on the front wall.
It was sold on a shared ownership with Saffron Housing.
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