- Available to reserve Off Plan -
Local estate agency William H Brown Bungay is pleased to announce the launch St John’s Park, a development of 150 homes. With a variety of houses and bungalows now ready to reserve, the branch highly advises prospective buyers to book a virtual viewing now to avoid disappointment.
Developed by Cripps Developments Ltd, St John’s Park is a collection of two, three and four-bedroom homes, as well as two and three-bedroom bungalows which are a rare opportunity in the area. All homes are designed to a high specification throughout, with ample living space for working from home needs, and with energy efficient lighting. St John’s Park is one of the largest new homes developments to be built in the local area in a number of years, and will open a host of new housing choices and investment for residents of the town.
“These homes are ideal for anyone looking to escape to the countryside, but with a wealth of amenity on their doostep”, Andrew Stone, Regional Land & New Homes Director at William H Brown, says, “We are thrilled to be working with Cripps Developments Ltd again with whom we have a great relationship and we are proud to be delivering these homes to families who need more living space. The homes, named after trees, coincide with the beauty of the Suffolk countryside, with plenty of walks around the development. St John’s Park one of the largest collections of new homes to be built in the area for a number of years so we expect to see a lot of interest from buyers and urge anyone interested to book a virtual viewing now.”
Situated in the heart of Suffolk, Bungay is an historic market town with a range of independent, local shops on the doorstep. The site is surrounded by plenty of countryside walks, like the Bath Hills and Carlton Marshes for a peaceful escape. Further afield, there are a range of seaside locations such as Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft, which are both just a 35 minute drive away. For a wider range of amenities, the cathedral city of Norwich is a 30 minute drive away, with a good selection of shops and eateries, as well as tours around the cathedral and castle.
St John’s Park is surrounded by ample road links, with the A143 leading to Great Yarmouth and the A140 connecting residents to both Ipswich and Norwich. For travelling further afield, there are direct flights from Norwich International Airport to several UK and European destinations, including Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh.
For more information, please contact William H Brown’s Bungay branch on 01986 894608 or email email@example.com.