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There’s a metropolis simply over two hours from the capital that Londoners are flocking to due to the comparaitively ‘low cost’ property costs and quieter tempo of life.

Norwich, in East Anglia, is simply a comparatively brief drive from London and sits on the coronary heart of the agricultural county of Norfolk, which famously has no motorways.

The common home value within the space, in accordance with Rightmove, is round £290K, lower than half the common property value in London, which sits at round £700,000.

One space particularly in Norwich has attracted the eye of these wanting to go away the Big Smoke behind. The Golden Triangle district of is a wedge-shaped well-to-do space south west of the town full of grand Victorian houses.

It’s chilled-out bohemian vibe has led to the world being dubbed Norwich’s Notting Hill, and Londoners wanting a reside away from the hustle and bustle have actually taken discover.

According to the Telegraph, it is “hippier than you’d imagine” and Norwich has “shrugged off it’s Alan Partridge reputation”.

Comedian Steve Coogan’s bumbling Alan Partridge character was portrayed as dwelling close to the town in a motorway companies lodge whereas engaged on the fictional Radio Norwich.

Ruth Bloomfield writes within the Telegraph that the Golden Triangle’s St Giles Street “with its boutiques, vintage shops, delis and restaurants, is a more than serviceable match for Battersea’s Northcote Road or Islington’s Upper Street”.

James Colbeck-Rowe, fromt the property company Winkworth, mentioned growing quantities of Londoners had been migrating to his dwelling metropolis in recent times.

He mentioned: “Norwich is a city rich in culture and heritage, the city is also famous for its lively marketplace, the largest undercover market in Europe.”

Running via the centre of the Golden Triangle is Unthank Road, named after the Unthank household who owned a big property there within the 1800s.

There are three massive parks that service the Triangle, which in accordance with the Eastern Daily Press hosts the costliest streets in Norwich.