Coming Soon - St Edmund's Park is a brand new Lovell Homes development in Acle, offering a stylish collection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes and 3 bedroom bungalows.
Ideal for young professionals, growing families and those looking to downsize, the carefully selected choice of house styles available ensures that everyone is well catered for. With consideration given to home working and having ample outdoor space to enjoy, these Lovell homes have been designed with modern living in mind.
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Acle is a town full of historic charm, with characteristic buildings from the 17th and 18th century along with the iconic 13th century St Edmund’s Church, featuring the type of turreted round tower synonymous with East Anglia.
With a supermarket and many independent retailers located in the town, you’ll never be short of places to shop. You’ll also benefit from the convenience of having a doctor’s surgery, a bank and a pharmacy within reach, along with two schools. Interested in hunting down a bargain? The weekly market is held every Thursday and features a live auction of household furniture and decorative items.
Known as the gateway to the Broads, the River Bure can be found to the north east of town and flows to the coast in one direction and to the picturesque Norfolk Broads in the other. Acle Bridge is a great starting point for a leisurely trip along the river, with two boat yards offering boat hire, or for watching the annual Sailing Regatta which attracts boats from all over the region.
With a home at St Edmund’s Park you’ll find yourself in a convenient location, midway between Great Yarmouth and Norwich. With the A47 to the south of the town, travel in either direction couldn’t be more accessible.
Great Yarmouth is one of England’s most popular holiday resorts, packed with things to do all year round. From the Pleasure Beach to Britannia Pier, attractions for all ages
can be found along the famed ‘Golden Mile’. For a relaxing day out, be sure to visit Winterton-on-Sea, a tranquil former fishing village with miles of golden, dog-friendly beaches.
Norwich is a perfect blend of old and new. The city boasts an impressive history thanks to the imposing cathedral, iconic Castle Museum & Gallery and the Theatre Royal (one of the oldest established theatres in the country!), coupled with outstanding modern attractions including the very latest in retail, leisure and entertainment venues.
Being at the entrance to the Norfolk Broads, you’ve an abundance of must-see sights to visit locally, from St Benet’s Abbey to the delightful village of Ranworth. Wroxham, named by some as the capital of the Broads, is home to the Bure Valley steam railway and the UK’s largest indoor model railway, as well as Roy’s – the world’s largest village store!