Church Farm

Drayton, Norfolk

2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes

From £325,000

At a glance

2, 3, 4-bedroom homes

Open public space

Play area

Enviable town and country location

Exceptional transport links

Well-regarded schools nearby

High speed broadband

Provision for car charging, where possible

10 year builders’ warranty

5-star housebuilder

Located in the heart of Norfolk

Church Farm puts you pride of place in the middle of one of England’s oldest and finest counties. The village of Drayton has everything you need, thanks to a collection of local amenities. From quintessential farm shops and traditional farmers’ markets to high street staples, such as a Post Office, an Estate Agents and a Tesco Superstore. Drayton is nestled between Hellesdon and Taverham, both boasting their own list of amenities and facilities.

While there’s plenty of access to open spaces and fresh country air, Drayton is also conveniently close to the county’s regional capital, Norwich. Less than 15 minutes by car, bursting with character and charm; it is also home to a wonderful array of theatres, independent shops, cinemas and modern shopping malls.

Call us on 01603 365321 or book your in-person or virtual appointment here.

12 Available homes

12
The Denton
EXTRAS INCLUDED
HOME 7

The Denton

Church Farm, Drayton

4 bedroom detached

The Heacham
OVERLOOKING OPEN SPACE
HOME 89

The Heacham

Church Farm, Drayton

4 bedroom detached

The Bourne
OVERLOOKS OPEN SPACE
SOUTH FACING GARDEN
HOME 100

The Bourne

Church Farm, Drayton

3 bedroom detached

The Chelmer
£5,000 DEPOSIT CONTRIBUTION*
HOME 6

The Chelmer

Church Farm, Drayton

4 bedroom detached

The Hingham
HOME 73

The Hingham

Church Farm, Drayton

4 bedroom link attached

The Bourne
£10,000 STAMP DUTY CONTRIBUTION
INTEGRATED APPLIANCES
HOME 72

The Bourne

Church Farm, Drayton

3 bedroom detached

The Roxham
GARAGE
HOME 97

The Roxham

Church Farm, Drayton

4 bedroom detached

The Bixley
OVERLOOKING OPEN SPACE
INTEGRATED APPLIANCES
HOME 90

The Bixley

Church Farm, Drayton

4 bedroom link detached

The Lynford
WEST FACING GARDEN
HOME 96

The Lynford

Church Farm, Drayton

3 bedroom detached

The Blyth
£10,000 DEPOSIT CONTRIBUTION*
EXTRAS INCLUDED
HOME 71

The Blyth

Church Farm, Drayton

3 bedroom detached

The Santon
HOME 93

The Santon

Church Farm, Drayton

2 bedroom detached

The Liston
HOME OF THE MONTH
WE'LL PAY YOUR MOVING COSTS*
HOME 21

The Liston

Church Farm, Drayton

3 bedroom semi detached

Site plan

Church Farm, Drayton, Norfolk, NR8 6DP

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Church Farm, Drayton

Why buy at Church Farm

  • Why buy new
  • Why Hopkins Homes
  • Energy efficiency
  • Specifications

There are so many benefits of buying a newly built home over an older property, it’s an easy decision to make. Everything is new, clean, compliant with the latest standards, and built to last. The list is long, here are just a few examples:

  • Offers, buying schemes and additional mortgages available
  • Countless designs and styles to choose from
  • Chain free move
  • Energy efficient, helping to save money on your bills
  • Low maintenance, no hidden renovation costs and no major DIY
  • Blank canvas, ready to add your individual style
  • High speed broadband
  • New community
  • Peace of mind with a 10-year NHBC Buildmark guarantee

HBF 5-star builder 2024

We take pride in what we do, so you can take pride in where you live.

Our philosophy of doing things the right way and not the easy way can be seen in every home we build. We care deeply about the impact of our work and the legacy we leave – creating homes and communities defined by craft, care and social responsibility. Homes that people trust and aspire to, for this generation and the next.

At Hopkins Homes, we have a responsibility and an opportunity to make our homes more sustainable. The good news is, new build homes are more energy efficient, reducing carbon emissions and saving you money. The latest ‘Watt a Save’ report by the Home Builders Federation has shown that owners of new build homes can save up to 55%* on their annual energy bills.

All of our homes have a minimum EPC rating of B, which compares to just 4% of existing UK homes and our goal is to only get better.

We want to build better, towards a greener future.

* Data source: ‘Watt a save’ report (July 2023), the Home Builders Federation. According to HBF analysis of EPC data, based on the April 2023 EPG increase.

Kitchens

Kitchens
  • Choice of kitchen cupboards and worktops
  • 2022/2023 – Neff oven, hob and cooker hood fitted as standard to certain plots
  • April 2023 onwards – Bosch oven, hob and cooker hood fitted as standard to certain plots
  • Range cooker and hood fitted as standard to certain plots
  • Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher where possible
  • Choice of Porcelanosa wall tiles from our selected range
  • Choice of flooring from our selected range

Electrical

Electrical
  • Superfast FTTP broadband
  • Mains wired smoke detector to all homes
  • Mains wired carbon monoxide detectors to plots with fireplaces
  • Media plate to living room
  • TV points to living room, study and all bedrooms
  • Data points to living room, study and all bedrooms
  • Outside lighting to front and rear on certain plots
  • Double socket outlets throughout

Plumbing

Plumbing
  • Single or dual zone central heating via thermostatically controlled radiators depending upon plot
  • White Roca sanitaryware throughout with chrome-effect mixer taps
  • Outside tap to certain plots

Joinery

Joinery
  • Moulded skirting and architraves painted white
  • Timber staircase to certain plots, painted white
  • Four-panel internal doors with chrome-effect handles
  • Fitted wardrobes to certain bedrooms

Tiling

Tiling
  • Kitchen – between worktop and wall cupboards*
  • Bathroom & en-suite – Full height tiling to bath and shower.
  • Half height tiling to wet walls.
  • Tiled window sill where applicable
  • Cloakroom – splashback to hand basin and tiled window sill where applicable
  • Tile trim where applicable

Other items

Other items
  • Coving to certain areas
  • Loft light where applicable
  • Feature fireplace included to selected plots
  • Multi-point locks to external doors
  • All internal walls painted in matt emulsion

Local Area

  • Location
  • Close by
  • Education
  • Transport

The village of Drayton has everything you need, thanks to a collection of local amenities. From quintessential farm shops and traditional farmers’ markets to high street staples, such as a Post Office, an Estate Agents and a Tesco Superstore. The much-loved leisure centre hosts a range of sports and social events, while the Grand Edwardian mansion, Drayton Old Lodge (set in 10 acres of land) provides the perfect place to celebrate special occasions.

Village life and public houses go hand in hand, and The Cock Inn and The Red Lion don’t disappoint when it comes to the traditional English pub experience. Both establishments serve a menu packed with delicious dishes. The Cock Inn boasts a child-friendly beer garden while The Red Lion is part of the Greene King Group.
Drayton’s history dates back to Roman times and the village is even mentioned in the Domesday Book. The remains of a Grade II listed medieval house are still visible today.

Drayton is nestled between Hellesdon and Taverham, both boasting their own list of amenities and facilities. While there’s plenty of access to open spaces and fresh country air, Drayton is also conveniently close to the county’s regional capital, Norwich.

Norwich city centre is less than 15 minutes by car from Drayton and is also easy to reach on public transport thanks to the Yellow Line buses, which run every 20 minutes from the nearby bus stop. Norwich is bursting with character and charm; it is also home to a wonderful array of theatres, independent shops, cinemas and modern shopping malls.

Situated close to the River Wensum, Church Farm is perfectly set for riverside walks and well placed for trips to the celebrated North Norfolk coastline including Hunstanton, Sheringham and Cromer. As if that wasn’t enough, the nearby Wensum Valley Hotel, Golf and Country Club’s picturesque golf course is the perfect place for people looking for a round of golf and those looking to hit the gym, take a dip in the pool, or relax in a sauna. Drayton is within easy reach of a number of family-friendly attractions, from tree-top escapes to discovering dinosaurs and children’s farms to the chance to try all sorts of sports.

Drayton is ideally placed for families with children. There are a number of preschools, nurseries and playgroups for babies and toddlers. Drayton Community Infant School welcomes children aged 4 to 7 and offers a Breakfast and an After School Club, as well as a range of extended clubs. Drayton CofE Junior School for pupils aged 7 to 11, was rated Good by Ofsted in 2018 and is within walking distance of Church Farm. The Langley Prep School welcomes youngsters from 6 months to 13 years and is located in nearby Taverham. Rated as Excellent, the independent school includes a nursey, 100 acres of parkland, indoor swimming pool and extensive facilities.

As they move onto secondary school, nearby Taverham High School was rated Good by Ofsted in 2018 and is only a 7-minute drive from Drayton. Langley Senior School and Sixth Form, an excellent independent school, was rated Good by Ofsted in 2019 and is a 34-minute drive from Church Farm in Loddon.

Drayton is also a matter of minutes in the car from Norwich International Airport, ideal if you love to explore. Those looking for easy access to London are well catered for too. London is around a 2.5-hour drive or under 2 hours by train from Norwich.

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Church Farm, Drayton

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For further information please contact a Sales Consultant:

01603 365321

Opening times:

Thu - Mon, 10am to 5pm, Fri close at 4.30pm

Address:

Church Farm, Drayton, Norfolk, NR8 6DP

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