Lock Up & Leave or Live in Bygone Opulence at Bure Place in Alysham, just 10 miles from the Norfolk coastal town of Cromer.
Help to Buy Weekend - 1st & 2nd March 2014
The grandeur, history and romance of stately homes and manor houses have always been an aspiration but often little more than a dream. Now however that dream to embrace bygone opulence with elegant new style can become a reality and with the government backed Help to Buy* scheme it could be sooner than you thought.
Award winning East Anglian housebuilder, Hopkins Homes, is proud to welcome you to Bure Place, a beautiful restoration of an architecturally stunning Victorian listed building by John Donthorn, one of the founding fathers of the prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects.
Bure Place currently comprises a stunning collection of bespoke 2 bedroom apartments, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses and 2 bedroom bungalows.
Dating from the mid 1800's, many original features like castellated parapets, ogee plain-tiled domes, large stone mullion and transom windows blend unobtrusively with modern luxurious kitchens, sumptuous bathrooms and spacious living accommodation; part castle, part country estate it is a vision John Donthorn would be proud of. In fact, it is as if this majestic building has stepped from the pages of a great historical novel.
If elegant new style is more to your taste then St Michael's Place, adjacent to Bure Place, provides a mix of contemporary town houses, apartments and traditional family homes offering 2, 3 & 4 bedroom accommodation.
Just 10 miles to the East the seaside town of Cromer provides the perfect backdrop to Weaver's Tye, another Hopkins Homes development situated just over a mile from the seafront in the small village of Northrepps.
There are currently fourteen Hopkins Homes developments throughout East Anglia with eight in Norfolk including Little Plumstead, Mulbarton, Costessey, Necton and Kilverstone and the company, along with sister company Hopkins & Moore, are committed to launching a further twelve developments this year including Spixworth, Well next the Sea, Stalham and Wroxham; all in Norfolk and all of which have already seen a great deal of advance registered interest.