The grass is greener at houses for sale in Harleston
10 August 2011
If you’re looking for a brand new property which oozes space, boasts character throughout and is situated near to charming open space, then a trip to Persimmon Homes’ Sancroft Square development in Harleston is a must.
At Sancroft Square the leading homebuilder is currently offering properties which overlook a traditionally British green, an area for the whole community to enjoy as Jon Gibbs, sales director for Persimmon Homes Anglia, explains: “Our Harleston development, benefits from a delightful area of open space, offering residents somewhere truly special to call home.”
Houses for sale in Harleston currently available are situated opposite the green include the desirable four bedroom Gatcombe and Lulworth housetypes, which are idea choices for families and executives who require space for socialising as well as quiet time away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Jon continues: “It’s widely reported that living near to greenery makes us feel more relaxed when at home, so I’d urge those interested in the properties we have to offer that overlook the public open space to take a trip to Sancroft Square before they potentially miss out on these favoured plots.”
The new range of housetypes at Sancroft Square have been designed following specific market research into modern homeowners needs and requirements, therefore Persimmon has created a selection of predominantly two storey properties with sizeable gardens, ample parking and enlarged garages.
Sancroft Square is ideally situated for residents to walk or drive to the town centre of Harleston. The market town has a range of local amenities and healthcare facilities as well as a range of restaurants and cafes. In addition the site is located just a few minutes from the A143.
Combining rural living in the quiet market town of Harleston, Norfolk, with the excellent links to the hustle and bustle found in both Norwich and London, Persimmon Homes Anglia’s Sancroft Square could be the answer to your prayers. The development is a short drive to Diss’ railway station, which means Norwich is little over 20 minutes and London is just 90 minutes away.