Property Match of the Day – Norwich City v Leicester City

Posted 1 October 2015 by Keith Osborne

If you were a millionaire Premier League footballer, what sort of new homes would you be considering living in? That’s the question the team has been asking itself ahead of Lieicester City’s trip to Norwich this weekend, and we’ve come up with a couple of fantastic new build homes that should fit the bill.

When money’s no object, these house-hunters can afford to be pretty choosy and they’ll be looking for a combination of practicality and that all-important ‘wow factor’.

These players need a straightforward commute to the training ground all week but they’ll also be expecting something special from the specification and location. Some may seek the limelight in a central location while others may value privacy and seclusion in an exclusive gated plot.  

Here are our suggestions for the best new homes available for these teams’ players right now...   


For the Norwich City team...

Lynwood House, Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk (Sowerbys) - £2.495million

Lynwood HouseA range of traditional materials have been used to build this superb five-bedroom detached residence on the north Norfolk coast. Living here on this elevated position, you’ll have views across your landscaped gardens to the countryside and coast which makes this area so desirable for homebuyers.

Chalk, flint, redbrick and wood have all been used in the design of this individual property, which has been laid out over four floors and which provides nearly 4,500 sq ft of accommodation. Inside, there’s been a discerning choice of materials, fixtures and fittings to create an open-plan home with a tactile feel. The rear gardens face south while a balcony at the front is a superb vantage point from which to enjoy the sea views north.

Brancaster Staithe is a small village located approximately halfway between Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk Coast, with a thriving fishing community. Sailing enthusiasts will love the access to the sea and the area is a protected haven for a wide array of wildlife. At around an hour from Norwich’s training facilities, it's a superb getaway from the hectic life in the sporting limelight,

Find out more at ; 01328 730 340


For the Leicester City team...

Plot 7, Woodland Grove, Woodhouse Eaves, Leicestershire (Alexanders) – £1.212million

Woodland GroveThe agent believes that this plot has the most impressive “kerb appeal” on this boutique development. Natural stone, red brick and smooth render have been used on this property, with matching slate-style roofing. This house is set on a plot of 0.4 acres and inside, stretches to 3,379 sq ft.

You’ll find six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a large breakfast kitchen and living area, extensive master bedroom and double garaging with extra ample space for parking internally at the front. There’s a high-specification kitchen with a range of integrated appliances, white Laufen sanitaryware in the bathrooms and en suites, and multi-zone underfloor heating on the ground and first floor.

Being just a few minutes from the M1 gives a commute of just half-an-hour to the training ground on the southwest outskirts of Leicester.

Find out more at ; 0115 851 2211


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