Rollesby is a lovely rural village in East Norfolk, located on the A149 just 8 miles north west of Great Yarmouth and has main road connections to the A47 towards Norwich 19 miles away and the A12 to Lowestoft. The village has a primary school, village hall and park, a well-stocked farm shop, small business units and a nearby restaurant/cafe situated overlooking the water. The larger village of Caister on Sea is a short drive away and has two superstores and other associated conveniences. Being located in the Norfolk Broads National Park, Rollesby Broad forms part of the collection of smaller interlinked broads known as the ‘Trinity Broads’. These are perfect for fishing, sailing, birdwatching and remain isolated from the rest of the river system, so are very peaceful and tranquil. In contrast, Potter Heigham is 3 miles from Rollesby and is one of the main tourist centres for hiring boats and holidaying on the Broads. There are several tea rooms, a pub, fish & chip shop as well as a large superstore. Rollesby is very close to many coastal villages with great access to the seaside and the miles of beaches for dog walkers and families alike. Favourites include Winterton on Sea and Horsey for seal spotting during the winter months.
We are delighted to announce Matthew Nuttall as our new Associate Director - Lettings.
Matthew joined Aldreds in 2007 to train as a Domestic Energy Assessor to produce EPC’s for the firm, a qualification that he still holds today. However, in recent years he has successfully taken on an increasingly important role in the Lettings and Property Management side of the business, carrying out rental valuations and appraisals throughout our operating area.
Matthew now heads up our specialist Lettings and Property Management department - A vastly experienced and knowledgeable team, based at our Great Yarmouth head office.
Stamp duty threshold raised to £500,000 for all those purchasing their main residences if selling their existing main residence. The 3% surcharge remains in place for those buying second homes or buy to let properties but those buyers will still save as there is no raising of rates at £125,000 and £250,000.