Norfolk is a county with a reputation for being very flat, but a new plot for sale boasting panoramic views from one of the highest points in south Norfolk demonstrates that there are some spectacular exceptions.

The residential development opportunity at the 11.7-acre site at Park Lane Farm, Deopham, near Wymondham, boasts over 3,000 newly planted trees and has planning permission for a 6,000 sq ft house. It is for sale with Brown&Co for a guide price of £950,000.

The site boasts wonderful countryside vistas because of its elevated position.

Eastern Daily Press: The site boasts wonderful, panoramic countryside viewsThe site boasts wonderful, panoramic countryside views (Image: Brown&Co)

It has been landscaped by the current owners including the creation of an established tree-lined row along what will be the new property’s driveway. The land also comes with planning permission for a two-storey, four bay garage block.

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The site was originally the home of Park Lane Farm, demolished in recent years and now earmarked for a stunning new private house situated in a stunning location.

Mason Burrell, new homes manager, Brown&Co, Norwich, said: “Park Lane Farm boasts wonderful views from one of the highest points in the beautiful south Norfolk countryside, providing a unique opportunity to create a stunning home and estate.

“Full planning permission has been granted by South Norfolk District Council to build an imposing detached family home.”

The original farm can be seen on maps dating to the early 1800s. In 1941, survey records showed it had 72 acres of arable and 11.5 acres of pasture, three workers and 22 cattle and calves, 31 pigs, six horses and 150 poultry.

For more information please contact Mason Burrell on 01603 629871.