£202,995 - £294,995
3 and 4 bedroom properties
Lancaster Avenue, Watton, Norfolk
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A vibrant new neighbourhood comprising of 113 private 3 and 4 bedroom homes. Set in the market town of Watton, Knights Park is conveniently located less than a five minute drive into the town centre where you will find a variety of local amenities. With schools and healthcare also in close proximity, Knights Park is an ideal place to call home. Norwich international airport is an easy drive and Thetford railway station is nearby.
DON'T MISS OUT ON BECOMING PART OF THIS EXCITING NEW COMMUNITY, CONTACT US TODAY AND BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT.Watton offers a wide range of independent retailers and other businesses, a High Street Market every Wednesday and an award winning Farmers Market held on the first Saturday of every month which ensures a great variety of goods is always available. There is also a nearby Tesco superstore which is within a five minute drive.
The nearby Melsop Farm Park makes for a great day out for the family and the Mid-Norfolk railway is only a short distance away offering not only a heritage rich journey from Dereham to Wymondham but a series of special events throughout the year showcasing everything from evening wine tasting sessions on historic trains to classic car days and beer festivals.Just over 20 minutes to nearby Thetford which has frequent train services running into Norwich, Cambridge and London Liverpool Street.
By road Watton is approximately 15 minutes away from the A11 which links to Norwich, Cambridge and London.
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