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Butterfield Meadow by Hopkins Homes

Hopkins Homes, off Redgate Hill, Hunstanton, PE36

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Overview

Butterfield Meadow

Butterfield Meadow offers a superb collection of 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes in the vibrant coastal town of Hunstanton.

Atop the magnificent cliffs rising from the historic Norfolk coast, the charming coastal town of Hunstanton offers the idyllic location for the stunning homes at Butterfield Meadow. A home with stretches of beautiful beaches combined with easy connections to nearby King's Lynn, at Butterfield Meadow there is no compromise to coast and country living.

With in excess of 20 years of designing beautiful homes, Hopkins Homes properties are crafted to the highest standards by our team of skilled tradesmen using cutting-edge technology and materials.

Hopkins Homes are an award-winning house builder known for creating bespoke properties to the highest of quality throughout the East of England. The stylish homes at Butterfield Meadow are no exception with apartments and coach houses to detached houses and town houses designed to meet the needs of a modern lifestyle. With 23 styles of properties, there are homes to suit a wide range of buyers and personal tastes.

At Butterfield Meadow the homes have been built with their surroundings in mind, complementing and enhancing the local area. What’s more, the properties have been built to stand the test of time creating homes that can be enjoyed by generations to come.
  1. A superb collection of 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes
  2. 23 styles of properties
  3. Built to stand the test of time
  4. Located in the vibrant coastal town of Hunstanton

Location

Location

Hopkins Homes, off Redgate Hill, Hunstanton, PE36

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

1846 was a pivotal year for Hunstanton, when Henry Styleman Le Strange developed the area south of Old Hunstanton to become a sea bathing resort. Proving a great success, it soon eclipsed the village in both size and population. Originally named New Hunstanton to distinguish it from the village, over the years it became known just as Hunstanton, though the village still remains.

Nowadays, the coastal town still attracts tourism and retains elements of the stately Victorian features, now mixed with modern amenities and attractions that include bars, restaurants, a 472 seat theatre, a striking lighthouse, a fairground and an aquarium to name but a few.

Hunstanton sits facing west over a wide stretch of shallow and sheltered water known as The Wash, which offers vast stretches of sandy beaches, rock pools to explore and incredible sunsets. Throughout the year, the large colonies of grey seals that have become a feature of this coast can be seen from guided boat tours as they bask amongst the sand banks.

Hunstanton is renowned for its red and white chalk striped cliffs. The cliffs form part of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and span between the town and Old Hunstanton. They offer home to a variety of birds and are renowned for the ancient fossils buried within its chalk.

Sat on the top of the cliffs can be found the imposing lighthouse and the remains of St Edmund’s Chapel, a key historic feature that was built in 1272 to commemorate St Edmund landing at this location in 855 to be crowned the King of East Anglia.

The coast is also home to the wreck of Sheraton, a trawler famous in the area. It was launched in 1907 and was used for boom defence work and as a patrol vessel during Second World War. Boom defences were strung shore to shore and protected coastlines against enemy ships. Wrecked only 40 years after its launch, the remains span 50 feet along the foot of the cliffs.

For the avid walker, Holme Dunes is just minutes away. Offering walks in open wilderness of sand dunes, mud flats, salt marshes, water meadows, pine forests and tranquil beaches. The area is teeming with wildlife and is ideal for migrating birds; it is also dotted with various military remains from the Second World War.

In just over 30 minutes the historic seaport of King's Lynn can be reached, brimming with history and culture. With a rich maritime past and vibrant present, there is plenty to take in. Boasting live entertainment at the Corn Exchange and Arts Centre, the town also hosts events for all to enjoy throughout its parks, gardens and leisure facilities.

Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Kings Lynn (12.5 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Properties

Specifications

Kitchens
• Choice of kitchen cupboards and worktops*
• Oven, hob and extractor fan fitted as standard
• Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher where possible
• Choice of wall tiles from our selected range*
• Choice of floor tiles from our selected range*

Electrical
• Double socket outlets throughout
• Outside lighting to front and rear on certain plots
• TV points to living room and all bedrooms
• Telephone points to living room, study and all bedrooms

Plumbing
• Central heating via thermostatically controlled radiators/panel heaters
• White sanitaryware throughout with chrome-effect mixer taps plus white bath panel and matching seat
• Outside tap where possible

Carpentry
• Moulded skirting and architraves painted white
• White painted staircase
• Four panel internal doors with matching chrome-effect handles

Ceilings
• Ceilings smooth throughout with coved cornicing where possible

Wall tiling
• Kitchen - between worktop and wall cupboards*
• Bathroom - half-height all round*
• En-Suite - full-height to shower cubicle with splashback to hand basin and tiled window sill where applicable*
• En-Suite with bath - full-height to shower cubicle and half-height all around*
• Cloakroom - splashback to hand basin and tiled window sill where applicable*

Other items
• Loft light where applicable
• Panel fencing between rear gardens where applicable
• Front garden landscaped and turfed where applicable
• Rear garden cleared, rotivated and topsoiled where applicable
• All internal walls painted gardenia white

*Choice available subject to stage of construction. This specification is only meant as a guide, some items may vary from plot to plot. Please check with Sales Consultant for further details. Photographs depict previous Hopkins developments.


About Developer

A Tradition of Excellence

From cottage to country house, every Hopkins home has a personality you'll love, from the impression created by a traditional look and feel to the everyday practicality of modern living.

Hopkins has a skill not only in building houses which harmonise with their neighbours and surroundings, but also in creating new homes of character and individuality. But don't take our word for it; our skills have been recognised locally and nationally by the many awards the company has achieved.

There's something about the look of older buildings that appeals to all of us. The design, the scale, the feel - it's something many architects have forgotten. But not at Hopkins. Our approach is to take all the qualities which have stood the test of time to build homes that are easy on the eye and that blend with their surroundings.

We use the traditional approach as our platform and onto this build all the convenience, practicality and low maintenance demanded by today's modern lifestyle. The result is a home that we and many of our purchasers believe is a joy to own and to live in.

The foundation of Hopkins Homes is based on Managing Director James Hopkins' commitment to excellent design and quality which reflects the tradition and character of each individual site.

The company comprises an enthusiastic team of professionals whose skills encompass planning, design, construction and, importantly, after sales - a rapid-response team is available to take care of any teething problems, however minor.

For more than a decade Hopkins Homes, together with Hopkins & Moore, has grown from a small local company into a significant builder of quality homes. You can be sure that a home by Hopkins Homes is designed and built to last.


Bringing new life to Brown Sites

With long experience of transforming recyclable or 'brownfield' sites, Hopkins has won acclaim for some of its major inner city regeneration projects. The company has approached the challenge of breathing new life into these sites with vigour and imagination.

Indeed, the company has earned recognition for its creative and original thinking, winning several design awards including those presented by Broadland District Council and St Edmundsbury Borough Council, as well as national acclaim with four annual What House? awards.

In all cases the company faced strong competition from some of the biggest names in the UK housebuilding industry. Drovers Mead, Bury St Edmunds has also been cited by the ARIBA & Zurich Building Guarantees as one of eight in the country 'to promote good design in housing'.


Traditional Crafts and the Environment

Hopkins Homes never compromises on quality, seeking out craftsmen with traditional skills and appropriate materials to enhance its schemes. Handmade willow fencemaking and pargetting are just two of the many traditional skills the company has employed.

At the same time a Hopkins home incorporates energy-saving features beyond the statutory requirements, reducing heat loss and the emission of greenhouse gases. Every property comes with its own independent energy audit.

Consideration for the environment plays a large part in the company's design concepts. Developments are attractive and desirable to live in. Trees and natural hedges are retained as boundaries; experts are consulted to assist where appropriate while additional planting is introduced to mature in keeping with existing surroundings.

The Hopkins Homes approach is straightforward: to do what's right to the highest possible standards, the results of which are borne out in these photographs. Hopkins Homes' rapid sales rates, often at premium prices, bears testament to their wide appeal to people from all age groups and backgrounds.

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