The Oxford is an impressive, detached, five-bedroom family home with an integral double garage and three bathrooms. The L-shaped kitchen/dining/family room and the separate living room make the most of inside/outside access with their French doors. There's also a utility room, downstairs WC and home office. Upstairs, there's a grand en-suite master bedroom, a Jack and Jill en-suite for bedrooms two and three and a family bathroom for bedrooms four and five. Built-in storage on both floors has also been included in the design.
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9' 11" x 20' 11" (3.03m x 6.36m)
11' 10" x 9' 4" (3.59m x 2.83m)
13' 8" x 15' 4" (4.18m x 4.67m)
8' 4" x 11' 3" (2.53m x 3.43m)
* The dimensions shown are approximate and the precise measurements may vary. Please ask to see the drawings relative to the specific plot. All room dimensions are to a -+50mm (2") tolerance. Kitchen layouts are indicative only. Please consult the Sales Adviser on-site for specific kitchen layouts. This information is for guidance only and does not form part of any contract or constitute a warranty
Easton is served by a choice of schools rated 'Good' and 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. These include St Peter's CofE Primary School, St Augustine's Catholic Primary School, Ormiston Victory Academy and St Michael's VA Junior School.
The Charles Church development at Festival Park is committed to being family-friendly, with the addition of new play areas and an extension to the local primary school. Plans here include a village green, a village shop, new allotments and improvements to the cycle routes. This will be a safe, friendly and active base where you can put down roots for your family.
The historic heart of Norwich, home to a Norman cathedral, magnificent castle, medieval streets and a wealth of shops, restaurants, bars and museums, is just a short drive from Festival Park. Those familiar with the city will already love the daily market, independent shops and friendly atmosphere and newcomers will be able to experience these delights for the first time. For more shopping opportunities, Longwater Retail Park is just five minutes from Festival Park.
Travel throughout the area, and further afield, is made easy thanks to the train station, bus routes and international airport.
Festival Park benefits from proximity to Queen's Hill Costessy Country Park, a beautiful walking spot just four minutes away. For golfers, Costessy Park Golf Club and Bawburgh Golf Club are both within three miles of the development.
One of the main draws of moving to Norfolk is the beautiful countryside and coastline that this county offers. Golden beaches and attractive coastal towns and villages can be reached in less than 50 minutes from Festival Park. The famous Norfolk Broads, over 125 miles of waterways on which you can enjoy a peaceful day of boating, are less than half an hour away.