Golden Triangle Norwich
Norwich is a wonderful place to live, and the Golden Triangle in Norwich is still one of the most favoured areas. This area is a wedge-shaped area within the south western suburbs of Norwich. But what makes this area in such demand and why do properties continually hold their value? Here, we look at what makes it so endearing.
The Notting Hill of Norwich
Initially, in the early days the golden triangle in Norwich was full to the brim of students. Why? Well, mostly because of it’s easy access to the UEA (University of East Anglia), but also due to the array of pubs and cafes. One of the most popular roads in the Golden Triangle is Unthank Road. It boasts independent coffee shops, restaurants and pubs. They offer the much-needed coffee culture students crave, but also cosy and quirky places to eat that offer relaxed dining with friends. One local estate agent dubbed the Golden Triangle Norwich as the ‘Notting Hill of Norwich’, and they weren’t too far off the mark. This area has grown in popularity from students to anyone looking for a trendy spot to live that includes all the above and is walking distance to the city centre.
The Golden Triangle Norwich: a sense of community
This area is still very popular compared to most other residential areas in Norwich. Not only is it close to the city centre, but the local community and proximity to good schools and employers such as the N&N Hospital, Aviva and the UEA. In addition to this, the rows of classic Victorian terraces and semi’s on tree-lined roads make it quite the picture postcard place to live. It seems both owning and renting in this area will continue to grow in demand, and it’s clear to see why.
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