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The Signals

Watton, Norfolk

Prices from £150,000 to £365,000

Reserve a home at The Signals by 30th November 2019 and get flooring throughout, turf to rear garden and £2,000 cashback upon legal completion (subject to T&Cs).

The Signals offers a range of high specification two, three and four bedroom houses and two and three bedroom bungalows for first-time buyers, growing families and active retirees.

Located on a former RAF site within the attractive market town of Watton, the architecturally-designed homes on this spacious development which incorporates open green spaces and landscaping with trees, all have a garage or parking space.

Two and three bedroom homes are available for buyers to purchase on a 75% equity share basis.

Open plan layouts and highly-specified contemporary kitchens, bathrooms and en suites provide homes that are perfect for contemporary living.

Watton offers a wide range of facilities nearby: schools, supermarkets, sports centre, independent shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a weekly market selling local produce.

  • Schooling from four to 18 years available nearby, with Watton Westfield Infant and Nursery School, Wayland Junior Academy and Wayland Academy.
  • Excellent range of local facilities on the doorstep including leisure activities, and pubs and restaurants.
  • Easy access to other towns and cities: Thetford, Norwich and King's Lynn.
  • Rail links from Watton to Thetford, Norwich, King's Lynn and Cambridge and from Attleborough (a 30-minute drive), to Cambridge, Peterborough and London King's Cross.

Visit this development

Our Signals Show Home is open Friday - Monday 10.00am to 4.00pm. To book an appointment to view, or for details of our Part Exchange scheme, contact Liz Crane on 01953 886708. At other times please call Head Office on 01284 766057 and speak to a Home Adviser.

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