Just a short drive from Oaklands is the centre of South Wootton, with its post office, supermarket, pharmacy, two pubs, scenic green and duck pond.
South Wootton’s attractions include the Alive Corn Exchange and St George’s Guildhall, which boast an eclectic schedule of live entertainment. The town features a cornucopia of places to eat and drink, such as the Crown and Mitre, which sits prettily alongside the River Great Ouse. Amenities such as a GP, dental surgeries, and supermarkets make life that bit more convenient, too.
South Wootton also has its own infant and junior schools, with three secondary schools set in neighbouring King’s Lynn. This historic, popular market town is less than 15 minutes in the car, with an excellent selection of high street stores and independent retailers to be found in the Vancouver Quarter.
South Wootton is situated on the border of The Wash National Nature Reserve, with the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just a little further afield. Which means you’ll have many ways to explore the great outdoors, from spending time on the glorious Hunstanton seafront to seal-watching at Blakeney.
South Wootton is well-placed for travelling across Norfolk and to the nearby counties of Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. King’s Lynn Railway Station is a ten minutes drive, linking you to destinations such as Ely (31 minutes), Cambridge (47 minutes) and London King’s Cross (1 hour and 41 minutes). Thinking of going further afield? Then Norwich International Airport is just over an hour away.
Welcome to Oaklands, a superlative new collection of homes from renowned housebuilders Hopkins & Moore. A small-but-perfectly-formed development, Oaklands’ 21 sumptuous properties are perfectly placed along the leafy lanes of charming South Wootton.
With two-, three- and four-bedroom homes on offer, this charming Norfolk enclave and great transport links makes Oaklands the perfect spot for professionals, families and downsizers alike.