Set in the charming Norfolk market town of Loddon, St. George’s Park is an exclusive collection of two, three, four and five bedroom luxurious homes. Here, traditional elegance complements modern convenience and enduring design meets uncompromising craftsmanship.
Built to the most exacting standards, many of the properties feature substantial open-plan kitchen and dining areas and comfortable, spacious living rooms with feature fireplaces – while master bedrooms all include en-suite bathrooms.
Our friendly, knowledgeable team are committed to ensuring customer satisfaction, making the buying process just as pleasurable as owning your new home. Contact us today to find out more about this development.
Nestled between the meandering Waveney Valley, the bustling city of Norwich and the magical waterland of the Broads, Loddon is one of South Norfolk’s finest small market towns.
Once a busy trade hub, served by the wherries that graced the River Chet, Loddon is steeped in history. Its rich past is reflected in the handsome Georgian and Victorian architecture dotted throughout the town.
Welcome to a new countryside community on the edge of the city.
Discover a classically elegant collection of one, two, three, four and five bedroom homes at St. George’s Park.
At Halsbury, we don’t begin with a standard blueprint, we start with world-renowned classical architect Francis Terry.
Our passion and dedication enables us to offer you a home to feel proud of; a home built around classical Georgian elegance, offering style, quality and traditional values.
On the doorstep of Loddon, the Norfolk Broads are spectacular wetlands, rich in diverse wildlife and stunning scenery. Meandering waterways, picturesque villages and traditional pubs sit amongst the beautiful and peaceful countryside, providing ideal opportunities to explore throughout the seasons.
Taking its name from the large cargo-carrying barges once a common sight on the waters, Wherryman’s Way is a 37.5 mile walking
trail running between Norwich and Great Yarmouth. Winding through the heart of the Broads along the banks of the River Yare, it’s the perfect way to take in the fabulous open marshes, reedbeds, grazing meadows and quaint riverside villages. Meanwhile, Whitlingham Broad offers sailing tuition, canoeing and other water sports.
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