Norfolk, Badersfield, formerly RAF Coltishall, Barton Rd

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These 3 bedroom homes are located approximately 6 miles from the popular market town of North Walsham which offers a range of local amenities and a rail link into Norwich city centre.

These properties all benefit from:

  • Gas central heating
  • Allocated parking or garage
  • No chain
  • Financial incentives

This popular development on the former RAF Coltishall site has developed into a thriving local community. It has the best of both worlds being situated in an attractive rural location yet close to the vibrant city of Norwich.    

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Testimonials

The Hale family

The Hale family


"We saw several new build properties but were disappointed with the often cramped and divided interiors they offered. Our Badersfield home really stood out from the crowd, featuring living areas and bedrooms that were far larger than others we had seen, as well as a generous garden area in which we could embrace the different UK climate."


Badersfield, Formerly RAF Coltishall

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The Bowen family

The Bowen family


"What really attracted us was the site of the property for the value that it represented. The amount of space inside house and the land around it is incomparable to a ‘normal’ road - we could only get this from an old RAF base. The mix of country and town is ideal, and we also liked the idea of putting the RAF site back into use."

Badersfield, Formerly RAF Coltishall

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Daniel Lund

Daniel Lund


"Both the location and price were such impressive factors that I ended up buying. The location is particularly good for me as I work nearby. It’s also close to my family and friends as well as the local pub. In fact, a friend of mine recently came to see my new place and has since purchased an Annington flat himself - the one opposite mine!"

Badersfield, Formerly RAF Coltishall

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Sam Bryant

Sam Bryant


“My flat was the first place I looked at and just seemed great value for money, especially as a first-time buyer trying to get onto the property ladder. The area is also nice - quiet but with nearby convenience shops. I’m always trying to recommend more friends to move here.”


Badersfield, Formerly RAF Coltishall

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Alan Seymour

Alan Seymour


"What really stood out more than anything though was the ultimate value for money, that really sold the property to us. On top of the price, we also received financial assistance from Annington when we were buying..."


Badersfield, Formerly RAF Coltishall

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Craig Glover

Craig Glover


“We moved from a two bedroom bungalow to a three bedroom house so are not only homeowners now but actually have a larger property with more space than we had before – something we never thought would be possible when buying our first home!”

Badersfield, formerly RAF Coltishall

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Graham Monk

Graham Monk


"As soon as I arrived I realised why it was so popular; the houses are really spacious and the green community spaces provide a lovely setting. I knew it was the place for me.....I couldn't be more pleased with my purchase."

Badersfield, formerly RAF Coltishall

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Area Guide

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Picture shown above: Riverside Norwich.

Norwich is the vibrant county city of Norfolk and has a population of over 367,000. The city is the most complete medieval city in Britain and its historic past is evident through the local architecture, with 12 individual outstanding heritage buildings open to the public including Norwich Castle, Cathedral, Guildhall and Great Hospital. Modern life thrives around the historic surroundings, with popular shopping destinations attracting visitors from across the UK, including The Mall Norwich, which has been resourcefully built largely underground on a hillside, allowing it to nestle seamlessly next to the 11th century city castle.

Local architecture was boosted in the 18th century through the work of Thomas Ivory, who created the Assembly Rooms and Octagon Chapel. In the 19th century, Norwich expanded rapidly, with the erection of many of the city’s current commercial and residential buildings taking place throughout the Victorian and Edwardian periods. Modern architecture includes the Sainsbury Centre Art Gallery at the University of East Anglia, which was designed by Norman Foster in 1977.

There is a strong arts culture in the city, celebrated each year through the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, an outdoor event including a mix of performances from theatre groups, artist and musicians from across East Anglia.

History of Norwich

The ancient city of Norwich was a thriving centre for trade and commerce, due to the proximity of trading routes through the River Yare and Great Yarmouth. By the time of the Norman conquest, Norwich was one of the largest cities in England and home to up to 10,000 people. Revenue generated by wool trade in the city financed an abundance of medieval churches. Over 30 of the 57 churches built at this time are still standing in the city today.

Economy

Norwich has been a well-known manufacturing city since the 20th century, at the time producing shoes, clothing, joinery and structural engineering. It also has a history of food production and is the home of Caley’s chocolate and Coleman’s mustard. Today, Norwich also has a strong leisure and tourism economy, with vibrant restaurants, bars, shopping centres attracting visitors as well as the Norwich City Football Club.

In 1797, the Norwich Union Society was founded by wine merchant and banker, Thomas Bignold. This company started to offer insurance for stock and houses against fire, and was the prelim for Norwich Union, the insurance giant which still dominates the city’s economy today.

Transport

Norwich is linked to London Liverpool Street, Great Yarmouth and Cambridge by rail. There are many bus operators running services locally and also external services to Stansted Airport, Birmingham and London. Norwich International airport feeds into Schiphol in Amsterdam and has connections to popular holiday destinations through a number of commercial operators.

Education in Norwich

The University of East Anglia is centred in Norwich and offers high standard facilities to over 13,000 students. The University Campus is surrounded by over 300 acres of parkland but still only about two miles from the city centre offering a tranquil, yet convenient location for students.

There are over 50 schools in the city, including nursery, primary and secondary schools. A number of business school and adult learning centres are also running.

Property in Norwich

There is a very good selection of property for sale in Norwich to suit first time buyers through to those looking for a family home. Many of the properties in Norwich are Edwardian and Victorian, as well as a large number of modern flats and apartments near the city centre. Visit our Norwich property page to view a selection of two, three and four bedroom houses at Annington Fields.

Do you live in Norwich?

We would love to hear from you. Please email us your comments to norwich@annington.co.uk.

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Contact

For further details or to arrange a viewing please contact our appointed agents:

W.H. Brown
5 Bank Plain
Norwich
Norfolk
NR2 4SF
Tel: 01603 760044
Email: norwich@sequencehome.co.uk

To contact our preferred Mortgage Adviser

Derngate Wealth Management
David Whitwell
Tel: 07786 314 921
Email: david.whitwell@derngatewealth.co.uk

To contact our preferred Conveyancer

Enact Direct Legal Solutions

0844 2443302
www.enact.co.uk/