The Gladstone, 13 Mustard Way, Trowse, Norwich, NR14 8UE | New homes for sale | Savills
2,091 sq ft(194.26 sq m)
Guide price £735,000(€870,464)

The Gladstone13 Mustard Way, Trowse, Norwich, NR14 8UE


    Key features

    • Ready for occupation
    • Double garage and 4 parking spaces
    • Underfloor heating to ground floor
    • Ground floor shower room
    • Gallery landing
    • Home office / study
    • Open plan kitchen / living area

    The Gladstone - an elegant period style home featuring an open plan kitchen / living area, grand Georgian style entrance and sash style windows.

    About this property

    • Plot 74 The Gladstone is a very elegant period style home. A grand Georgian style entrance and the sash style windows make this a striking property. Perfect for anyone who loves the idea of a period home but does not want all the maintenance work.

      The designs of the properties on this development are influenced by the village's existing period architecture. Knapped flint, sash windows, decorative brick plinths and elegant Georgian style porches are just some of the features that make Millgate Meadow a very attractive collection of homes.

      Norfolk Homes are renowned for building high quality homes with an excellent standard of finish and exceptional specifications. They use high quality materials and fittings that will save you time and money in future maintenance.

      Their homes are very energy efficient. They achieve this by incorporating extensive insulation into the fabric of the building - floors, walls and roof spaces - fitting triple glazed low "E" glass, argon filled windows and using luxurious, yet energy efficient underfloor heating to the ground floor (houses only).

      FLOORING PACKAGE & UPGRADES

      This plot will benefit from the following upgrades -
      Mistral worktops and upstands to kitchen/utility
      5 zone induction Hob
      15 additional brushed chrome downlighters
      2 x electric garage door openers
      Carpets throughout
      5 x dimmer switches
      External outside floodlight
      External power socket

      THE GROUND FLOOR:

      If you want an open plan ground floor, you'll love this home. The kitchen, dining area and living room are open plan, creating a superb and spacious living area.

      THE KITCHEN:

      Often said to be the heart of a home, the kitchen is large and extensively fitted with a good range of units with soft close hinges. Worktops are 40mm post-formed laminate with a choice of upgrade to composite stone. There are more units for storage in the adjoining utility room for plentiful storage and work surfaces.

      The kitchen units extend to create a breakfast bar. A dining area and family snug with tv point is also part of this large room. There are triple glazed, French-style open out doors leading out onto the patio and rear garden.

      The kitchen has an impressive, high quality integrated appliance pack which includes:

      A black, glass fronted, built in, "tower style" double oven.

      A stylish flat black (800mm wide) "chimney style" extractor hood

      Space for a freestanding American style large fridge freezer

      An integrated dishwasher (600mm wide)

      Space for a freestanding washing machine is provided in the utility room with plumbing for a water point and drain.

      Space for a freestanding tumble dryer.

      A range of free standing and integrated fridges, freezers, dishwashers, washing machines and tumble driers are available as chargeable upgrades. Please ask in the sales office for details.

      From the kitchen/dining area solid core oak finished sliding pocket doors lead into the living room.

      THE LIVING ROOM:

      This is a very good sized room, with a bay window looking out onto the front garden. The living room benefits from a media plate containing TV, CAT5 and satellite points along with four socket outlets.

      THE STUDY:

      Also on the ground floor is the study which could make an ideal home office, or alternatively could be used as a playroom or even a fifth bedroom. It has a storage cupboard and a bay window overlooking the front garden.

      GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM:

      This is fitted with a shower cubicle, wall hung vanity unit and basin, toilet and heated towel rail. Very useful for muddy dogs and children, or if your mobility is impaired and climbing stairs is no longer an option.

      Also off the entrance hall is a storage cupboard.

      A contemporary staircase with glass balustrades and wood handrails and newels leads up to the first floor.

      THE FIRST FLOOR:

      The feature galleried landing is very attractive and feels spacious because of the glass balustrades.

      BEDROOMS:

      Off the landing are 4 double bedrooms. Each bedroom has space saving, full height, built-in mirror fronted wardrobes with a shelf and hanging rail.

      PRINCIPAL BEDROOM:

      This bedroom has the comfort of an en-suite with an elongated shower cubicle and a pressurised, thermostatic shower and adjustable head.

      SECOND BEDROOM:

      This bedroom also features an en-suite bathroom.

      BATHROOM:

      Off the landing is also a large bathroom with a bath and elongated shower cubicle. The bath has a chrome finish pressurised thermostatic bath/shower mixer tap with adjustable head on a slide rail with soap dish, complete with a fixed glass panel and a hinged glass bath shower screen.

      This bathroom is a dual-access style so can be used as an en-suite too.

      The bathroom, en-suite and ground floor shower room all have contemporary wall hung units with modern sanitary ware.

      Also off the landing is an airing cupboard and storage cupboard.

      OUTSIDE:

      The property has front and rear gardens. The front garden will be shrub planted or turfed. There is a patio area in the rear garden which will be turfed, so all you have to do is to get your deck chairs out.

      The property benefits from a double garage which can also be accessed from the garden via a personnel door. There are also four parking spaces in the driveway.

      * Dependent on stage of construction

      Please note that CGI images used in this listing are generic and that the actual finish of the specific plot might vary from that shown.

      Photo images used in this listing are not specific to the house, they are examples from the show houses, general specifications shots and specification upgrades shots to give you an overview/feel of our houses.

      Council Tax Banding is not made available by local authority until post-occupation.

    Local information

    • TROWSE AND SURROUNDING AREA
    • Nestled into a little spot on the outskirts of Norwich, with the River Yare flowing through, is the pretty village of Trowse.
    • As you drive over the bridge and into the village you are greeted with a view of a quintessential English village. Striking period flint knapped buildings, a charming terrace of Victorian cottages, decorative street lights, Saint Andrews Church, meadows, the village primary school and a pub decoratively frame the village Common. It feels like you're a long way from a thriving bustling city but in reality, Trowse is only 1.5 miles from the city centre. The Broads, a National Park, is only a few miles away and the coast only 20 miles drive, Whitlingham Country Park and it's broad is only a couple of miles 'down the road' where there are picnic sites, watersports and walks to enjoy; it's easy to see why this is such a popular village in which to live.
    • Trowse has sleepy neighbouring villages and plenty of stunning countryside to explore on foot, bicycle or boat. But if you are longing for the buzz of a night out in the city or need a day of ' retail therapy', then you have very easy access into the city; it really does have the best of many worlds! Within the village is a children's play area (Norfolk Homes are pleased to have worked with the Parish Council and provided additional play equipment to the existing play area on the common, pictured bottom far left), a cafe, two pubs and a primary school.
    • On a practical level there is easy access to the A47 and the Northern Distributor Road and Norwich train station is only 1.5 miles away.

    Additional information

    • Please note some of the images in this listing have been virtually staged and are for illustrative purposes only.
    • EPC Rating: B
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: TBC