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£173,995 - £180,995
2 and 3 bedroom properties
Skippers Meadow, Narborough, Norfolk
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More information about Skipper's Meadow...Enjoy modern living with a touch of countryside
Skipper’s Meadow is our new collection of two, three, four and five bedroom homes in the picturesque village of Narborough, Norfolk. As well as its stunning countryside location, the development is well connected to road and rail links and boasts a range of facilities including a primary school, Post Office and bustling community centre. .
- Choice of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
- Stunning location
- Great commuter links
- Local amenities on your doorstep
Narborough lies between King’s Lynn and Swaffham, offering a slice of quintessential village life with everything you need for the day-to-day close to hand – the village Post Office is open six days a week and an array of shops and supermarkets can be found at nearby Swaffham. The historic city of Norwich and its premier shopping malls are just over 33 miles away by car. Intu Chapelfield Shopping Centre is found in the centre of the city with over 90 shops, cafes and restaurants and Castle Mall, next to Norwich Castle, has five floors of endless shopping and an eight-screen cinema – perfect for family days out and those in need of some serious retail therapy.
For the little ones; there are many nurseries in the local area, namely St George’s Nursery,
The Old Barn Day Nursery and Busy Bees at Carlton Park. The Nar Valley Federation of Church Schools is made up of 3 small rural primary schools and located approximately 0.4 miles away. There are secondary schools at nearby Swaffham and Kings Lynn and a selection of independent schools in the area.
Skipper’s Meadow boasts a wide range of house designs meaning there’s something for everyone whether you’re a first time buyer or a family looking for more space. This together with its lovely rural location, vibrant local community and great transport links means it could be the ideal place to buy your new home.
Arrange an appointment today to find out more information about this exciting development.
The historic city of Norwich and its premier shopping malls are just over 33 miles away by car. Into Chapelfield Shopping Centre is found in the centre of the city with over 90 shops, cafes and restaurants and Castle Mall, next to Norwich Castle, has five floors of endless shopping and an eight-screen cinema – perfect for family days out and those in need of some serious retail therapy.
At the heart of Narborough, the community centre has a packed programme of activities, local clubs, societies and events throughout the year.
The village cricket club plays in the beautiful surroundings of Narborough Hall Park with regular weekend fixtures as well as coaching for youngsters from the age of 5 to 15.
For angling enthusiasts there is the 26-acre Narborough Fisheries.
Narborough’s All Saints Church has a vibrant choir and its centre regularly hosts luncheon, history and art clubs.
If you enjoy getting out in the fresh air, a short drive away is the picturesque Norfolk Broads and stunning North Norfolk coastline providing the perfect backdrop for romantic strolls.
Skipper’s Meadow is well positioned for rail connections from King’s Lynn into London, Peterbough, Norwich, Cambridge and Stansted Airport. Just off the A47, the development enjoys easy access to the surrounding cities, including the historic city of Norwich. The village is also on a bus route to Peterborough, Kings Lynn, Swaffham, Dereham and Norwich.