New homes available across Norfolk from Hopkins Homes

 With the children back at school and a hint of autumn in the aire, Hopkins Homes is inviting house hunters to turn their thoughts towards Christmas and the exciting possibility of moving into a new home in time for the festivities.

The award-winning housebuilder has certainly enjoyed a busy summer, which saw the launch of a new development at Stoke Holy Cross and show homes open at Hunstanton and Overstrand. With developments open across the county from bustling market towns, to idyllic rural and coastal villages, Hopkins Homes can certainly offer buyers the opportunity to find their perfect home in the perfect location.

New homes at Stoke Holy Cross - Watermill Meadow at Stoke Holy Cross is the latest Hopkins Homes development to be launched. Located adjacent to an earlier Hopkins Homes community, Watermill Gardens. This new development offers a range of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom homes in a variety of styles to meet the needs of a range of buyers. Lee Barnard, sales and marketing director at Hopkins Homes, says: "We're delighted to welcome buyers back to Stoke Holy Cross. This new phase of development offers residents the opportunity to be part of an idyllic rural community. "The homes are just a few minutes' walk from the River Tas but also within a short commute of Norwich city centre, making it a very attractive location for a family or for those who like to leave the city behind at the end of the working day."

A home by the sea - Norfolk's glorious beaches, charming coastal villages and seaside towns have long attracted holiday makers, second-home owners and long-term residents. Each town or village offers its own unique character and feel, and with show homes recently opened at both Butterfield Meadow in Hunstanton and Beach Vale in Overstrand, potential buyers have the chance to get a clsoer look at these two popular coastal locations as well as a first-hand feel for the build quality of a Hopkins home.

Further round the west coast lies Heathlands, the exclusive Hopkins & Moore development in the pretty village of Snettisham. Located five miles from Sandringham and offering easy access to the beach, sailing club, footpaths and RSPB reserve, there are just two homes left available and these are now being offered with carpets, appliances and turf.

Bustling towns and leafy villages - Buyers looking to move to one of the county's beautiful market towns should visit Hopkins Homes' developments at Mulberry Grove in North Walsham, or Saddler's Rise in Watton, both of which have homes available with additional benefits such as carpets, flooring and integrated appliances (terms and conditions apply). These locations offer plenty of amenities and leisure facilities while also being within easy reach of the county's larger towns and coastline.

For a more rural setting, Oakley Park, in the leafy village of Mulbarton, offers a range of house styles and sizes and has welcomed buyers ranging from first timers to those with growing families attracted by the extra space and good schools who find that their budget stretches a bit further outside the city.

"We are very proud to have such a range of developments available across the county." says Lee.

"We are also looking forward to the launch of Birch Gate in Wymondham later this month. The development will offer a broad mix of house types and styles which will meet the varied demands for housing in this popular village. House hunters wishing to register their interest should get in touch via phone or our website.

The Hopkins Group has developments across Norfolk as well as throughout East Anglia.