This development has 27 one and two bed apartments and bungalows. It is in the northeast of the town bordering Norwich in a quiet cul de sac.
The buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs are all taken care of by your professional on-site manager. Should you need to access further help and support they will also be on hand with advice.
Around the corner from the development is a small parade of shops with a small supermarket, florist and fish and chip shop.
In the locality
Sprowston is a small town bordering Norwich. It has a good range of shops including superstore, DIY centre, pet superstore, pharmacy, garden centre, butchers and café.
Norwich is the county town of Norfolk and is home to an ancient cathedral and a very modern university. It’s historic market place, established by the Normans, is today the largest six-days-a-week open-air market in England. The Mall has over 70 stores and 12 restaurants. The Norfolk Broads is one of the most popular inland waterways in Europe and provides the perfect setting for a holiday, short break or a day trip. The Norfolk Broads is also Britain's largest protected wetland with status equivalent to a National Park.
The Forum is a building designed to house the Millennium Library. The building provides a venue for exhibitions, concerts and events. Each year the Norfolk and Norwich Festival celebrates the arts. Norwich Arts Centre is a notable live music venue, concert hall and theatre located in St. Benedict's Street. Norwich Castle Museum has been extensively remodelled to enhance the display of the many collections, and also hosts frequent temporary exhibitions of art and other subjects. Norwich has several theatres, ranging in seating capacity from 100 to 1300, and offering a wide variety of programmes. The cloisters of Norwich Cathedral are used for open air performances as part of the Shakespeare festival.
Great Yarmouth lies to the east and Kings Lynn to the west and Norwich is linked to Cambridge via the A11. Norwich railway station operates services to Liverpool Lime Street, Peterborough, Nottingham, Ely and Manchester. Local bus services run across Norfolk and beyond. National Cycle Route 1 passes through Norwich, linking Beccles and Fakenham
Distance to GP: 1 miles
Distance to shop: 0.01 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.01 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.01 miles