Nar Valley Park is the latest collection of new homes at Nar Ouse, built by Lovell in conjunction with the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk.
Situated in the market town of King’s Lynn, this carefully considered selection of 2 and 3 bedroom homes is ideal for both first time buyers and existing homeowners, with a range of house styles to suit young professionals, growing families and those looking to downsize.
With modern living in mind, full fibre to the premises has been included as standard to ensure that you can work, study, game or stream from the comfort of your new home.
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Living to the south of town, you’ll benefit from a convenient location for access to the cluster of retail parks on either side of the Hardwick Road. From your new home at Nar Valley Park you won’t have far to travel for that supermarket shop, to pick up those homeware essentials, grab a bite to eat, or meet up with friends for coffee.
If the out of town shopping experience isn’t enough for you, head north into the pedestrianised centre of King’s Lynn for another dose of retail therapy. The Vancouver Quarter is home to many familiar high street names and local retailers, whilst you’ll discover a fantastic mix of independently-owned shops and cafés throughout the rest of town.
You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to bars and eateries. From dining in a waterfront restaurant, to enjoying locally sourced food in a bistro, or even just going for a drink in a traditional ale house - the choice is yours. To finish off the night make sure you’ve booked tickets for the Corn Exchange. It’s the place to go for comedy shows, live music, or to watch one of the latest releases on the big screen.
It’s not just indoor entertainment that’s on offer though. The annual King’s Lynn festival has been running since 1951 and is the premier music and arts festival in the region, featuring performances by many internationally renowned artists. Its contemporary counterpart, Festival Too, boasts many famous acts and is one of Europe’s largest non-ticketed festivals.