Demand for property in Norwich is greater than ever before, as research by Rightmove reveals that house prices in the area have increased by more than 10% compared to last year.Annington is helping to meet demand from buyers by bringing a small collection of former Ministry of Defence properties to the market in the sought-after suburb of Sprowston, Norwich which will be available to buy from 8th October.
Claire Wilson, Branch Manager at William H Brown, comments: “Sprowston is an exciting proposition. This is an up-and-coming area for young buyers to take advantage of accessible homeownership while still benefitting from living close to local primary and secondary schools, as well as local shops, green space, and quick commuter links. Buyers will have the opportunity to enjoy potential rises in property values in the future as the market in Norwich remains competitive.”
Louise Saunders, Sales and Marketing Manager at Annington, adds: “The launch of these unique homes in Sprowston creates a fantastic opportunity for buyers who are looking for an opportunity to personalise their own home. We expect many of these properties to be snapped up fast and encourage interested buyers to get in touch for more information.”
As one of Norwich’s largest suburbs, Sprowston combines the best of city and countryside living; residents will be a short walk from a range of leisure and shopping activities, including a selection of small shops, a supermarket, a golf course, family-friendly pubs, and restaurants.
Norwich can be reached in just ten minutes by car or bus. The hustle and bustle of central London is within easy reach; trains from Norwich train station reaches Liverpool Street in just 90 minutes and Cambridge in 90 minutes.
Sprowston offers a selection of Ofsted rated good schooling options for families, including five primary schools, three middle schools, a secondary school that has its own sixth form and the university of East Anglia.
Prices currently start from £260,000 for a two-bedroom detached home.