Seven homes worth £1.53m each go on sale near Norwich
PUBLISHED: 18:11 23 May 2018 | UPDATED: 18:11 23 May 2018
It really will be a ‘millionaires’ row’ as not one but SEVEN ultra modern, luxury homes are now for sale in fields five miles from Norwich, each with a price-tag of £1.53 million.
Octagon Park, Little Plumstead will see the creation of seven homes, the ultimate in futuristic design and energy saving features, each set in half an acre in a crescent - or you can build one yourself for £450,000.
The homes, designed by Norwich-based Hudson architects and for sale with Humberts, will be set in 20 acres of parkland on Church Field, and named after the octagon-shaped barn building which formed part of the original farm which once existed there.
The houses have been designed with a large, split level entrance hall with a central fireplace, a cinema room and come with the fifth bedroom as optional as a ground floor suite.
Boasting just under 5000 sqft of accommodation, the homes will have south facing kitchens and dining rooms leading to a terrace with a pergola. Upstairs, a massive bedroom suite has a south facing balcony and the second bedroom also comes with a balcony and all four bedrooms have en suites. Outside you have a garden and double garage with scope for creating office space above.
Tim Stephens, of Norwich-based Humberts, selling the houses, said: “These exciting new designs offer a solution for those requiring state of the art, bright open plan living, with cheap running costs.
“These seven ‘Passivhaus Plus’ houses are located close to the city and we are offering serviced plots for buyers to custom build their own internal layout at £450,000, or fully developed at £1.53 million. Full support is available for those wishing to custom build.”
Key features include:
* 2,543ft.sq. ground floor accommodation
* 2,284ft.sq. first floor accommodation
* Fantastic 688ft.sq. master bedroom suite with south
facing balcony with views over the parkland
* Bedroom two with a dressing room leading to an en-suite bathroom and west facing balcony plus two further large en-suite bedrooms.
* 8.8m x 6m double garage with scope for office above
* About 0.5 acres
* Permitted use of private Octagon parkland.
* Built using the ‘passivhaus’ technology which means very little energy is used in heating and cooling, creating a home with cheaper running costs
Work is due to begin on the site in July.
For further information, you can contact Humberts on 01603 661199 or email Norwich@humberts.com
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