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Plot 49 The Kentdale

£319,995

Back Lane - Hethersett - Norfolk - NR9 3BB

4 bedroom Detached house

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Thu 10:00 to 17:00
Fri 10:00 to 17:00
Sat 10:00 to 17:00
Sun 10:00 to 17:00
  • Floor Plans

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    Kentdale_GF_3DFP
    • Kitchen3.58m x 2.80m
      11'9" x 9'2"
    • Living Room6.02m x 3.45m
      19'9" x 11'4"
    • Dining Room3.22m x 2.77m
      10'7" x 9'1"
    • Utility Area2.01m x 1.52m
      6'7" x 5'0"
    Room Metres Feet and inches
    Kitchen 3.58m x 2.80m 11'9" x 9'2"
    Living Room 6.02m x 3.45m 19'9" x 11'4"
    Dining Room 3.22m x 2.77m 10'7" x 9'1"
    Utility Area 2.01m x 1.52m 6'7" x 5'0"

    Where given room dimensions are maximums, ± 50mm, and include any fitted wardrobes or similar features.

    Kentdale_FF_3DFP
      • Master Bedroom3.51m x 3.40m
        11'7" x 11'2"
      • Bedroom 23.64m x 2.95m
        11'11" x 9'8"
      • Bedroom 33.05m x 2.98m
        10'0" x 9'10"
      • Bedroom 4/Study3.09m x 2.53m
        10'2" x 8'4"
      Room Metres Feet and inches
      Master Bedroom 3.51m x 3.40m 11'7" x 11'2"
      Bedroom 2 3.64m x 2.95m 11'11" x 9'8"
      Bedroom 3 3.05m x 2.98m 10'0" x 9'10"
      Bedroom 4/Study 3.09m x 2.53m 10'2" x 8'4"

      Where given room dimensions are maximums, ± 50mm, and include any fitted wardrobes or similar features.

    • Location

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      • Major shops

      Hethersett with its Tesco Express post office, pharmacy, and local convenience stores has essential village shopping for daily items while there is a wide range of city supermarkets for larger shopping trips ranging from Sainsbury’s to Asda and Waitrose. Access is easy and amenities plentiful. Together with high street brands the length and breadth of Norwich, Hethersett is a superb village base for shops and shopping.

       

      There is a wide range of activities in the village with a distinct emphasis on wellbeing regarding the fitness of residents as evidenced by winning a government Big Society Award for Olympic legacy incentives. The parish has many footpaths and walks and encourages interest in local affairs.

       

      Norwich excels with wonderful entertainment including an assortment of pubs, restaurants, cinemas and nightclubs. Whether you are dining with family or socialising with friends or looking for a fun day out, there are plenty of places to choose from.

       

      For those who love history and artefacts the city’s museums such as the Castle Museum with its regular exhibitions are perfect, while art and theatre lovers will enjoy the various galleries and theatres on offer, none more so than the Theatre Royale with its dance, music, opera and drama offerings on a regular basis.

       

      Surrounded by amazing countryside, and to the north and east by breathtaking coastal beaches as well as the Norfolk Broads for fresh air and leisure activities, north Norfolk is studded with attractions. Sandringham – the Queen’s east England country retreat, the Bure Valley steam railway line, Cromer Pier with its Victorian charm, the Fakenham Racecourse, Holt Country Park – the list is endless and you’ll be spoilt for choice.

       

      Schooling is covered with Hethersett Academy and Junior School plus local nurseries while sport in the village is high on the list as the village was named Active Norfolk Sports Village of the year.

       

      Travel links are excellent with the A11 skirting the village leading directly to the east/west A47 road and Norwich to the north and Thetford to the south. With regular buses and Wymondham and Norwich rail stations in reach together with Norwich International Airport, travelling is open to all.

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      Style your new home

      Did you know you could personalise your new home even before you move in?

      Once you've reserved, your Sales Executive will arrange a Choices and Options Meeting, where you’ll get your opportunity to choose from a wide range of upgrades and optional extras.

      You could choose tiles, flooring, kitchens, white goods, lighting… and many more features and fittings besides. And because we build many options in as we construct your new home, you’ll have more choices the earlier you reserve. Your Sales Executive will tell you the options available to you at each stage.

      Once you've chosen your optional extras, you can discuss the different ways you could pay for them with your Sales Executive. Then all that’s left for you to do is to move into your new home with everything already installed and working!

    • Offers

      Help to Buy

      The Government backed Help to Buy scheme is available here. The scheme is open to both first time buyers and home movers alike, and means you'll need just 5% deposit to buy a new home.

      With Help to Buy, the Government will lend you up to 20% of the value of your new build home via an equity loan. You will need to secure up to a 75% mortgage and put down a 5% deposit. You’ll own 100% of your home from day one.

      Help to Buy is also available in conjunction with our easymover scheme, which means we could help you sell your existing home and pay your estate agent fees. Find out more about how the Help to Buy scheme works.

    This development is managed by the East Anglia Taylor Wimpey regional office