East Anglia New Homes Round-up - The Latest New Build Homes in the Region

Posted 17 December 2018 by Rebecca Burns

In our latest round-up of the best new build homes in East Anglia we feature homes for a variety of buyers in Norfolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire...

East Anglia is one of the UK regions to be hit hardest by Brexit, along with London and the South East, according to media reports – with fewer people wanting to sell or move, creating a stagnant market.

Experts say many potential house buyers and sellers are now putting off decisions until there is more certainty over what will happen with Brexit.

For those, however, who are keen to move things along, with plans to buy a home in the more immediate future, we have put together a round-up of some current new schemes in the region – including exciting options for buyers on a range of different budgets. It is also worth buyers looking out for any extra incentives to buy that may be made available at a time when housebuilders are keen to generate greater buyer interest.

Millers Quarter in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (Weston Homes)

Millers Quarter (Weston Homes)This scheme is made up of 135 modern, luxurious one- and two-bedroom apartments in the heart of the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds. Each of the homes has a contemporary open-plan living area, including a bespoke designer kitchen and high specification bathrooms.

Occupying a prime town centre location, Millers Quarter has a superb range of amenities on its doorstep including leading high street stores, independent shops, a wide choice of cafes, and a twice-weekly award-winning market which draws in thousands of shoppers.

Millers Quarter's position on the A14 trunk road, between Cambridge (26 miles) to the east, and Ipswich (23 miles) to the west, also makes it ideal for commuters to other major regional centres.

Prices: From £199,000.

Find out more about Millers Quarter from Weston Homes


Whittlesey Green in Whittlesey, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire (Allison Homes)

Whittlesey Green (Allison Homes)Offering a range of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom high quality homes just outside the growing city of Peterborough, with solar panels as standard, Whittlesey Green is also close to local schools, shops, and amenities. A large superstore is planned for just opposite the development, which will make grocery shopping easy.

Whittlesey itself hosts a weekly market and a unique local festival called the ‘Straw Bear’, or "Strawbower", every January. The town has its own railway station which provides direct services to Ely and Peterborough as well as easy access to Cambridge, London and Stansted Airport, while road users are within easy reach of both the A47 and A1.

House buyers who purchase a home at Whittlesey Green will be able to combine city life – with all of Peterborough's arts, entertainment and shopping facilities – with relaxing trips to the tranquil Fenland waterways, woodlands and wildlife conservation areas in the surrounding area.

Prices: From £159,995 to £329,995.

Find out more about Allison Homes


Broadgate Park in Sprowston, Norfolk (Taylor Wimpey)

Broadgate Park (Taylor Wimpey)Situated on the outskirts of Norwich, Broadgate Park forms part of the new Manor Park community, offering a collection of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom energy-efficient new homes.

The location provides excellent transport connections via both road and rail, and there are local infant, junior and high schools for families with children. The area is also home to a great selection of leisure facilities, cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants.

Certain homes at this development are available through Taylor Wimpey's Discount Open Market Value scheme for those with a connection to the local area (subject to fitting criteria). This exclusive offer allows certain buyers to purchase 100% of their new home for 80% of the purchase price, with no rent to pay on the remaining 20%.

Prices: From £203,996 to £397,995.

Read more about Taylor Wimpey and its current developments


Furly Meadows in Stanway, Colchester, Essex (CALA Homes)

Furly Meadows (CALA Homes)About three miles from Colchester in the sought-after village suburb of Stanway, this modern development of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom family homes offers plenty of choice. The external finishes of the properties are inspired by the established local surroundings, and the house builder has designed flowing interior spaces, clever storage solutions, and flexible layouts, while at the same time delivering a high specification finish.

This urban extension scheme is within catchment for three primary schools, two of which have an Ofsted rating of “Good”. Stanway Secondary School is also rated by Ofsted as “Good”, while the Sixth Form College is considered one of the best educational establishments in the area.

Prices: Current prices for three-bedroom homes range from £309,950 to £359,950.

Find out more about Furly Meadows from CALA Homes


Fairview Road in Halesworth, Suffolk (Heritage Developments)

Fairview Road (Heritage Developments)In the community-focused market town of Halesworth this development promises an idyllic rural lifestyle combined with all the ease of living near major road links into Norwich, Ipswich and Cambridge. A major added advantage for many is having the Suffolk Heritage coastline just a 20-minute drive away.

Halesworth offers a good choice of small cafes and tearooms, pubs, shops and restaurants alongside a full range of handy facilities such as doctors, dentists and schools. The town boasts numerous historic buildings, a pleasant park, and a charming pedestrianised high street.

Buyers can choose from two-, three- or four-bedroom properties in various styles and plot sizes, from smaller starter-type homes up to spacious colonial-style detached houses – all offering a high specification finish, quality and styling.

Prices: Many properties now available to reserve off plan. Four-bedroom detached homes are currently available priced at £350,000 up to £425,000. Some shared equity two-bedroom homes are yet to be released.

Find out more at www.heritage-developments-uk.com or call 01603 615024.


Notley Grange in Black Notley, near Braintree, Essex (Crest Nicholson)

Notley Grange (Crest Nicholson)Set in the countryside of north Essex, just a few miles outside Braintree's town centre, Notley Grange has a wide range of cottages and houses to suit different types of buyers, ranging in size from two to five bedrooms.

Situated in the desirable rural village of Black Notley, the development is inspired by its surroundings with a series of green open spaces forming focal points within the development. The properties themselves promise expertly-crafted interior layouts with a high specification.

Braintree is only three miles down the road, while White Notley train station is about seven minutes' drive away for commutes into Chelmsford (less than 10 miles away, with a journey time of 17 minutes) and into London Liverpool Street (in about 50 minutes). Even closer is Cressing railway station which has typical off-peak services of one train per hour Sto Braintree and one to Witham, with many Monday-Saturday services continuing onto the Great Eastern Main Line to London Liverpool Street. For those wanting to travel further afield, Stansted Airport is only 16 minutes away.

Prices: From £320,000 to £680,000.

Find out more about Notley Grange from Crest Nicholson

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