Plot 36
973 to 1,461 sq ft(90.39 to 135.73 sq m)
Guide price £250,000 -​ £450,000

Wendover ParkSalhouse Road, Norwich, NR13 6PD

  • New development

Key features

  • A brand new development of 3 & 4 bedroom homes
  • Show home open Thursday - Monday
  • Easy access to Norwich
  • Help to buy available
  • Built by Crafton
  • Flooring, Appliances & turf included*
  • Underfloor heating to ground floor

Welcome to Wendover Park, just off Salhouse Road. Offering 3 and 4 bedroom homes with flooring, appliances and turf included as standard.

About this property

  • Welcome to Wendover Park, a beautiful collection of 3 and 4 bedroom homes in the heart of a Broadland village.

    Crafton is proud to present this stunning new development of high specification contemporary homes, just five miles from the center of Norwich. Close to the picturesque Norfolk Broads, these properties offer you the best of rural life in one of East Anglia's most attractive areas.

    As standard all flooring, turf and appliances* are included.

    Contemporary spaces, surrounded by countryside, and finished to the highest specification.

    KITCHENS
    Stylish kitchens with soft close mechanism to drawers & doors
    Laminated co-ordinated worktop and upstand
    Stainless steel splashback
    Stainless steel and glass chimney hood extractor
    Zanussi electric double oven
    Zanussi induction 4 ring hob
    Zanussi integrated dishwasher
    Zanussi integrated fridge & freezer
    Stainless steel 1 ½ bowl sink with mixer tap

    ELECTRICAL, HEATING & LIGHTING
    Slimline brushed chrome accessories to kitchen area
    Slimline white sockets and light switches to rest of home
    LED downlighters and pendant light fittings throughout
    Lighting to front and rear
    Underfloor heating throughout the ground floor with radiators to upper floors
    Ideal gas combination boiler

    BATHROOMS & EN-SUITES
    Roca sanitaryware comprising toilet, washbasin, shower trays,
    and baths
    Symphony vanity units
    Bristan quattro chrome taps and showers
    Electric shower over bath
    Chrome heated towel rails to bathroom and en-suite
    Quality floor and wall tiling to bathroom, en-suites and cloaks

    FLOOR FINISHES
    Quality floor tiling to kitchen, hall, utility, cloakroom,
    bathroom and en-suites
    Carpet to rest of the home

    PLEASE NOTE: All specification is subject to build program and you should always speak to a sales consultant before reservation.

Quality homes, crafted with care

Tamara GreenerProperty agent

Local information

  • Make your home in Rackheath, a picturesque village set in amongst the stunning Norfolk countryside.
  • When you make your home at Wendover Park, you can look forward to enjoying an exceptional quality of life. Set in charming countryside, you are only minutes away from Wroxham, a gateway to the Norfolk Broads – the county's breathtaking network of waterways and nature reserves. Perfect for boating, walking and relaxing, you'll never tire of exploring this famous landscape. Rackheath itself comprises two settlements, each with its own distinctive character. The north, originally known as Rackheath Magna, is clustered around the popular Green Man pub, a recently refurbished 17th century coaching inn that offers seasonal local dishes
  • and an excellent range of ales, wines and cocktails. To the south, the larger part of the village is home to a primary school, local shops, a church and the Sole & Heel – an art deco inn that is popular with the local community.
  • Explore.
  • When you want to explore further afield, a short drive will take you to both the Norfolk and Suffolk coast, where you can enjoy the sights and sounds of popular seaside towns like Sheringham, Cromer and Wells-next-the-Sea. As you'll discover, when you live in Rackheath, you'll never run short of things to do or see.

Additional information

  • Directions: Well connected to Norwich and beyond Wendover Park is only a short drive from the centre of Norwich, Norfolk's vibrant county city. With a skyline dominated by a Norman castle and internationally recognisable medieval cathedral, its streets are a blend of history and modernity, tradition and creativity, the eye-catching and the discreet. With a busy market, the famous Jarrold department store, lots of quirky boutiques, fine restaurants and more, it is the perfect example of how a city rich in history has become one of England's top modern destinations. With bi-hourly train links to London, plus the nearby Norwich International Airport, transport links for business, pleasure and holidays are easy. By Car Norwich International Airport 9 mins Norwich 14 mins Norfolk Coast (Sheringham) 44 mins Cambridge 1 hr 25 mins London 2 hrs 30 mins By Train Norwich 13 mins Ipswich 1 hr 11 mins Lowestoft 1 hr 24 mins Cambridge 1 hr 49 mins London Liverpool Street 2 hrs 29 mins Travel times are approximate only taken from Google Maps and National Rail.