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The historic town of Sprowston offers a wide range of useful amenities for residents and visitors alike. St George's Place is ideally situated with access to several supermarkets, a post office and a number of banks, as well as a doctor and dentist surgeries. The town also has three primary schools, three middle schools and a high school offering both sixth form and adult education provision.
These community facilities are set to grow even further as the new neighbourhood around St George's expands; new pedestrian and cycle ways, a primary school and a number of recreation areas are all in the pipeline.
The family friendly Blue Boar Inn is a short stroll away, as is Sprowston Manor Hotel, which boasts dinig and spa facilities, plus an 18 hole golf course and fitness club. Meanwhile children of all ages will enjoy the play areas at Sparhawk Park.
Less than four miles away from home is the vibrant city of Norwich, with its plethora of cultural, leisure, retail and dining facilities. Attractions include the city's 11th century cathedral, the Theatre Royal and Intu Chapelfield shopping centre. Sprowston has good transport links via the A47, while London Liverpool Street can be accessed in just under 2 hours from Norwich Railway Station.
St George's Place is in a fantastic location to explore all the attractions that the beautiful Norfolk countryside and coastline has to offer.
Just half an hour away by car is the idyllic Norfolk Broads. There's all manner of things to do when you get there; from hiring a boat and birdwatching to visiting a restored windmill or medieval church.
There is a huge amount of options when it comes to keeping the family entertained. The coastal town of Cromer is famous for its tasty crabs, wide open beaches and traditional theatre offering an array of concerts and the only End of the Pier Show in Europe, while thrill seekers will enjoy a visit to treetop adventure park BeWILDerwood in Hoveton.
Norfolk is well known for its stunning beaches, five of which have been honoured with Blue Flag awards; Hunstanton, Sheringham, Cromer, Sea Palling, and Mundesley. In addition, Holkham was voted the best beach in Britain by a panel of over 100 travel writers; this stunning stretch of coastline features in the closing scenes of the hugely popular film Shakespeare in Love and is completely unspoilt to this day.
Travel times and distances
By road to:
Norwich Railway Station 2.9 miles
Norwich City Centre 3.3 miles
Norfolk Broads 16.0 miles
Caister-on-Sea 19.7 miles
Yarmouth 19.9 miles
Cromer 23.1 miles
Diss 28.7 miles
Southwold 35.7 miles
Wells-next-the-Sea 37.3 miles
Thetford 37.5 miles
By rail to:
(from Norwich Station)
Thetford 29 mins
Diss 17 mins
Yarmouth 33 mins
Ipswich 38 mins
Cambridge 1hr 19mins
Peterborough 1hr 28mins
London Liverpool Street 1hr 47mins
All travel times and distances are approximate and are courtesy of googlemaps.co.uk and national rail.co.uk
Postcode for Sat Nav use: IP25 6UX
*These selected plots are available to buyers who are registered with BPHA and who meet local connection criteria only. These prices represent 80% of their open market value, which cannot be staircased.
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Please note, this development will be closed until 2PM on the first Thursday of each month