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The low lying land of Norfolk is predominantly rural and boasts miles of unspoilt coastline plus seaside resorts, picturesque villages and historic market towns, internationally important nature reserves and habitats to some amazing wildlife, vast wetlands and the stunning Norfolk broads.
On the outskirts of the beautiful village of Kilverstone you will find St Andrew's Place, a highly desirable development of brand new luxury 3, 4, 5 and 6 bedroom houses that live up to the Hopkins ethos. St Andrew's Place offers homeowners timeless appeal and traditional styling with meticulously planned interiors for everyday family living, in homes with warmth and personality.
This tranquil village is best known for its architecturally interesting buildings, including the rounded tower of the Norman built St Andrew's church, from which the development takes its name, and the medieval mansion Kilverstone Hall, with its 'Arts and Crafts' style water tower in the hall's grounds circa 1905.
With this mix of historically fascinating buildings on its doorstep, St Andrew's Place has much to aspire to. Hopkins Homes however is renowned for creating properties that are empathetic and considerate of their locality, and this beautiful development nestles perfectly into its surroundings.
Kilverstone is centrally located in the heart of some of Norfolk's finest countryside and yet close enough to everyday amenities. Just 2 miles from St Andrew's Place is the market town of Thetford. Today Thetford's draw is very much about rural escapism at nearby Thetford forest, where camping, picnics and barbecues, way-marked walks and mountain bike trails lure young families and the young at heart. Further enjoyment can be experienced in Thetford itself with walks along the picturesque riverside of the River Thet, from which the town takes its name.
Within a five mile radius of St Andrew's Place there is no less than a dozen primary and secondary schools and colleges.
Just over 16 miles away lies the historic and fascinating heritage town of Bury St Edmunds. For shoppers, the eclectic mix of independent merchants compliments the major retailers in both the traditional and urban high street setting to the more recent addition of The Arc shopping centre.
Norwich is just over half an hour away; as a flourishing city much has changed in Norwich over the past decade or so, with a regeneration project extending throughout the city centre and its shopping district to the length and breadth of the River Wensum and the adjoining River Yare to the south east side of the city.
From the train station at Thetford, it takes under 30 minutes to Norwich or under 45 minutes to Cambridge, where connecting trains can be caught to London's Kings Cross or Liverpool Street; both services run twice every hour.
Take advantage of our PART EXCHANGE SCHEME No complicated chain delays, no Agents fees to pay, remain in your existing home until your new Hopkins Homes property is ready to move into - Available on all remaining plots*
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Please contact our selling agents William H Brown on 01842 753559 for further information or a viewing.
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