New homes in Norfolk to be unveiled this summer
Leading housebuilder Taylor Wimpey is preparing to unveil a stylish collection of high-quality homes in Norwich to discerning property-hunters at a brand new development.
Austin Field enjoys an ideal location in this popular village development in Norwich that’s within easy reach of all the city’s amenities while boasting beautiful countryside on the doorstep.
The new range of two, three, and four-bedroom homes for sale in Norwich is set for its official launch on Thursday 5th July, when aspiring homebuyers will receive their first glimpse of the wealth of choice on offer at this stunning development.
Stacy Dornan, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “We’re now just a matter of days away from the official launch of Austin Field, an exclusive new village development of properties in Norwich.
“Opportunities to own a beautiful brand new home in such a quiet yet convenient location don’t come along very often, so I urge would-be movers to attend the launch day to make sure they are at the front of the queue when the first homes become available to purchase.”
Detailed plans, designs and prices for the new homes at Austin Field are being kept under wraps until its launch, but the development will offer excellent value for money for a wide range of purchasers, from first-time buyers to growing families, downsizers and executives in search of a tranquil retreat from city life.
Taylor Wimpey will also offer a range of incentives, including help with deposits for those stepping on to the property ladder and assistance with finding a buyer for those with a home to sell.
Early purchasers can ensure their new home is completed to their personal specifications by choosing from Taylor Wimpey’s wide selection of interior Options, including carpets, flooring, tiles, lighting, accessories, and upgraded kitchens – all of which will be expertly fitted before they have been handed the keys.
Austin Field enjoys a convenient location in the thriving village of Old Catton, which benefits from a range of amenities for day-to-day living, including shops, a small supermarket, two pubs, plus dental and doctors’ surgeries.
Parents will appreciate the village offers a choice of infant and junior schools, with a variety of secondary schools located in nearby Sprowston and Norwich.
Norwich railway station is only three miles from Austin Field for frequent services to London, Peterborough, Cambridge and the seaside towns of Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and Sheringham, while the city’s international airport is also within easy reach.
Visit taylorwimpey.co.uk for further information.