Buyers are being urged to make a date in their diaries for the launch of Broadland Meadow, the house builder's new development for sale.

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  • The Broadland Meadow collection comprises one, two, three, four and five bedroom homes in Loddon, Norfolk.

    Stacy Dornan, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, said: "Broadland Meadow presents home hunters with a rare opportunity to enjoy the best of both worlds - a maintenance-free new build property in Norfolk, which enjoys a peaceful rural setting.

    "With the Broads just moments from home, plus the coast and the city of Norwich both a little over 10 miles away, this development in Norfolk enjoys one of the region's most sought-after locations."

    Taylor Wimpey will offer a range of incentives, including help with deposits for those stepping onto the property ladder and assistance with finding a buyer for those with a home to sell.

    Early purchasers can ensure their new home is completed to their personal specifications by choosing from Taylor Wimpey's wide selection of interior options, including carpets, flooring, tiles, lighting, accessories, and upgraded kitchens - all of which will be fitted before they have been handed the keys.

    Loddon has a range of amenities for day-to-day living, including high street and independent stores, cafes, pubs and a supermarket.

    The development is within walking distance of Loddon Junior School and Hobart High School, while the independent Langley School is two miles from home.

    Reedham railway station is only six miles from Broadland Meadow for direct services to Norwich and Lowestoft, with connections to Cambridge, Ipswich and London Liverpool Street - the latter journey taking just over two hours from Reedham.

    For days out, the traditional seaside towns of Lowestoft and and Great Yarmouth are only 16 miles away, while the Broads offer unlimited opportunities for angling, cycling, sailing and walking.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advice from a qualified professional. 

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