off Bryony Way, Attleborough, NR17
We are open Thursday - Monday, including weekends (Closed only on Tuesdays and Wednesdays)
10am - 5pm
Distances are straight line measurements
Norfolk Homes was founded in 1985 and since then we have built over 2600 new homes in Norfolk. Past and present examples can be seen at Attleborough, Aylsham, Bradwell, Briston, Cromer, Dereham, Easton, Fakenham, Gorleston, Hemsby Village, Holt, Hunstanton, Mundesley, North Walsham, Poringland, Sheringham and Sprowston.
Since our inception, our objective has been to offer excellent value well-proportioned homes that are not only built to a high standard with an unrivalled specification, but continue to evolve by embracing these traditional standards with modern methods and innovation. Consequently, each development has a range of home types from our portfolio of over 50 different styles. From a starter property to an executive home or a bungalow, we will have something to meet your needs and regardless of size, all of our homes enjoy the same high specification that is envied by our competitors.
Before, during and after completing your purchase, you will find all of our staff is dedicated to being helpful and efficient in providing you with a high level of personal service, with the minimum of bureaucracy. Our primary concern is our customers and our approach has earned us an enviable reputation, resulting in many people returning to buy from us successive times.
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