St Andrew's Place, Kilverstone

AWARD-winning East Anglian housebuilder Hopkins Homes launches its latest development located in Kilverstone within the heart of some of Norfolk’s finest countryside and yet close enough to everyday amenities and facilities to provide all the convenience and practicality required of today’s lifestyle.

St Andrew’s Place is a highly desirable development of brand new luxury three, four, five and six bedroom homes all designed with the sensitivity and flair for which Hopkins Homes is justifiably renowned.
Situated in a growing community, with no less than a dozen primary and secondary schools and colleges within a five mile radius; just 2 miles from the market town of Thetford that provides a main line rail service to Norwich, Bury St Edmunds and Cambridge and is also well served by extensive links to major road networks – St Andrew’s Place is the place to live.
Each Hopkins home is individually crafted by skilled tradesmen who take great pride in the quality of their workmanship. Attention to the finest detail sets Hopkins apart from other house builders and the difference is evident in the exciting designs available here at St Andrew’s Place, featuring distinctive elevations, varying rooflines and decorative brickwork.
Internally the development is finished to a high specification with fully fitted kitchens that include a cooker, hob and extractor fan fitted as standard and a choice of cupboards and counter tops. Bathrooms are fitted with classic white sanitaryware and chrome effect fittings. Both kitchen and bathrooms can be personalised with a selection of stunning floor and wall tiles, subject to the stage of construction.
With this careful consideration to detail the properties at St Andrew’s Place have been individually designed with the individual in mind.
The fully furnished show home will be officially open for viewing together with the marketing suite from Saturday 14th January at 10am.
For further information on St Andrew’s Place, and other Hopkins Homes developments throughout the East of England, please contact the enquiry line on 01394 446860 or visit