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Plot 200 Harriet House


Mallard Way - Sprowston - Norfolk - NR7 8DD

2 bedroom Apartment

^ Images include optional upgrades available at extra cost

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    • Kitchen2.67m x 2.51m
      8'9" x 8'3"
    • Living/Dining Area4.02m x 3.59m
      13'2" x 11'9"
    • Bedroom 13.75m x 2.67m
      12'4" x 8'9"
    •  Bedroom 2 4.05 x 2.47m
       13'3" x 8'1"
    Room Metres Feet and inches
    Kitchen 2.67m x 2.51m 8'9" x 8'3"
    Living/Dining Area 4.02m x 3.59m 13'2" x 11'9"
    Bedroom 1 3.75m x 2.67m 12'4" x 8'9"
     Bedroom 2  4.05 x 2.47m  13'3" x 8'1"

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

  • Location

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    Broadgate Park is situated in the historic town of Sprowston which offers a wide range of useful amenities with several supermarkets, a post office and a doctor & dentist surgery. Sprowston Manor Hotel is also close by, which boasts an 18 hole championship golf course as well as dining, spa and fitness facilities. Norwich city centre is 3.6 miles away and with regular bus routes from the development you will never be too far from the vibrant city. 

    North-East of Norwich, towards the delightful Norfolk Broads, lies Broadgate Park on the fringe of Sprowston. With a close relationship between urban and rural living, Broadgate Park is set to become a desirable place in which to live.

    With Norwich city centre just 3 miles* away and natural aspects such as open areas, plantations, woods and green fields locally there is a sense of balance to Broadgate Park. Historically, the Anglo-Saxon name of Sprowston means ‘the land belonging to Sprow’, but over time, with the spread of the city, great change has taken place. Now Sprowston is an excellent town for family living as education, shops and leisure activities, and other amenities, together with access to the Norwich Ring Road, makes it a favourite for commuters and travellers alike.

    Sprowston has always been a good community for education, and local shops offer a wide range of goods for everyday needs. There is a large Tesco and retail park within close proximity, whilst slightly further afield in Norwich there is everything you could imagine. There are family-friendly public houses, such as the famous Blue Boar, and a number of restaurants and recreational facilities including county wildlife sites, ancient woodland, children’s parks and play areas, sports pitches, a recreation ground, bowls club and golf courses, including the Sprowston Manor Golf Club in the grounds of the remarkable Sprowston Hall. With immediate access to the city or countryside, river or coast there is always something to do and somewhere to go.

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    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