Demand expected to be high for village homes
13 January 2014
Persimmon Homes is expecting a high levels of demand from Norfolk house hunters, when its latest development of family homes and bungalows is launched later this month.
Persimmon Homes Anglia is building a range of two, three and four bedroom houses, and two and three bedroom bungalows at The Pastures in the lovely village of Brundall.
Just seven miles from the cathedral city of Norwich, The Pastures is set to offer first time buyers, growing families and retired couples a little bit more space and luxury in a location that takes some beating.
Andrew Fuller, managing director of Persimmon Anglia, said: “The Pastures is an exciting new development and we have already had a lot of interest from potential customers.
“The lovely village of Brundall is at the very heart of the Norfolk Broads and is not only tranquil and picturesque, but also has excellent access to the main commuter road and rail networks.
“The wide range of property styles along with a number of special offers and buying incentives ensure that this development offers the perfect home for everyone at the right price and we expect demand to be extremely high.”
The village is famous for its boating businesses and marinas cater for all manner of private craft while Brundall's boatyards offer hire craft ranging from tiny day-boats to luxurious cruisers. Most water activities and sports are available and a trip on a restored Norfolk Wherry evokes the not-so-distant past when they were the main mode of transport on the river.
For nature lovers there is the Mid Yare Nature Reserve, which stretches from Surlingham to Cantley. It is a National Nature Reserve and is a formal recognition of the area's importance for wildlife. For those preferring to keep their feet on dry land, there is a network of quiet lanes to explore.