People who are searching for a new property in Norfolk have a number of options to choose from at the Austin Fields
development in Old Catton.
The residences give people an excellent opportunity to go green and save money by selecting one of the abodes, which boast a variety of modern technologies, making them up to six times more energy efficient than older alternatives.
They also generate 60 per cent less C02 than older homes, meaning they are ideal for those who want to live in a way which has the minimal effect possible on the environment.
Due to these technologies, homeowners can possibly decrease their heating bills by £550, while some of the properties come with south-facing solar panels, converting energy from the sun into electricity, which can lead to a profit of over £10,000 over the course of 25 years.
Three-bedroom houses can now be secured at Austin Field from as little as £184,995, whereas prices for four-bedroom homes start at £214,995.
For example, the four-bedroom Plot 1 Langdale detached property offers a selection of energy-saving technologies and is on sale at the price of £279,995.
It includes a kitchen/breakfast room and a spacious living area, while there is a separate dining room and a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.
There is also a landing, leading to an en-suite master bedroom, alongside three additional bedrooms and a main bathroom.
Austin Field is well-located, as Old Catton benefits from a number of amenities for everyday living such as shops, a small supermarket and a range of schools.
Stacy Dornan, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Old Catton, said: "Choosing a brand new home over an older-style property offers purchasers the chance to invest in much more than just a great-looking place to live – they can also secure a stake in a greener, cleaner future.
"And by choosing a new property at Austin Field, homebuyers can save money – as well as the environment – which can then be spent on enjoying some of life’s luxuries."
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Date Published: 13 December 2012