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Nestled in a semi-rural setting of farmland, fields and stables yet is under six miles from Norwich. The two, three, four, and five bedroomed homes are beautifully nuanced in architectural design, from the traditional brickwork of the cottage style, to the reconstituted stone and render of the classic design – and the brick that defines the contemporary style. Whichever house style you choose, you’ll find a home that reflects our commitment to craftsmanship and detail, from the window cills and welcoming front door canopies to the high standard specification, so whether you’re a first-time buyer, have a growing family or are looking to downsize, The Oaks is the perfect choice.
With its cricket club and village hall that’s a hub for events, the nearby village of Postwick combines the best of traditional village appeal with 21st Century superfast broadband and easy access to remarkable open spaces now recognised as promoting wellbeing.
Here, families will find schooling from nurseries to Brundall primary, rated ‘GOOD’ by Ofsted, and Thorpe St Andrew School and Sixth Form rated ‘OUTSTANDING’. There is a Lidl supermarket across the road at Broadland Gate, a Co-operative convenience store in nearby Brundall as well as farm shops for seasonal fruit and vegetables, Norfolk cheeses, hams and more from around the local area. Living at The Oaks means you can make the most of the wonderful Norfolk landscape like Mid Yare National Nature Reserve and RSPB Strumpshaw Fen’s wildflower and orchid meadows, butterflies and bird life. Whitlingham Country Park offers wildlife from otters to cormorants, woodlands, Great and Little Broads waterscapes, and traffic free cycle paths. A half-hour drive means seaside fun and SEALIFE at Great Yarmouth, or sand dune walks and sights of seals at gems like Gorleston and Caister-on-Sea.
A city of diverse and diverting quarters from the Cathedral Quarter and Gentleman’s Walk to Castle Quarter and the Norwich Lanes. Stroll – or travel on a city Beryl bike, e-bike or e-scooter – to discover everything from John Lewis and Norwich’s own department store Jarrold to mall shopping at Chantry Place and Castle Quarter and a wealth of absorbing independent stores. Norwich is also home to one of the oldest and largest outdoor markets, while the dining scene is thriving too from global cuisines to great vegan and vegetarian eateries, artisan coffee-houses and scandi bakeries, destination cocktail bars and Good Pub Guide hostelries. As night falls, stay for a film at the Vue or Odeon or for comedy or a performance at Norwich’s Theatre Royal or the riverside Playhouse, one of the country’s best fringe venues.
Details added: 03/05/2022
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