Welcome to Broadbeach Gardens, an exciting new collection of beautiful new homes in a thriving market town.
Award winning East Anglian housebuilder Hopkins Homes has great pleasure in welcoming you to Broadbeach Gardens within the thriving market town of Stalham that sits betwixt the famous Norfolk Broads and the expansive sandy beaches of Sea Palling just 4 miles away.
This exceptional development of 1, 2, 3, & 4 bedroom properties has been designed to combine traditional character with contemporary living to provide beautiful new homes that perfectly complement their location whilst incorporating all the convenience, practicality and energy efficiency demanded by today's lifestyles.
Each Hopkins home is individually crafted by skilled tradesmen who take great pride in the quality of their workmanship. Attention to the finest detail sets Hopkins Homes apart from other house builders and the difference is evident in the exciting designs and variety of new homes available here at Broadbeach Gardens. With a mix of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom coach houses and terraced houses, 2 bedroom detached bungalows, 3 bedroom terraced, semi and link detached houses, 3 bedroom detached bungalows and 4 bedroom detached houses this new community offers homes of character and individuality.
Internally the development is finished to a high specification with fully fitted kitchens that include cooker, hob and extractor fan fitted as standard and a choice of beautiful cupboards and counter tops. Bathrooms are fitted with classic white sanitaryware and chrome effect fittings and both kitchens and bathrooms can be personalised with a wide selection of stunning ceramic tiles, subject to the stage of construction.
The beautifully furnished show home, from leading interior designers, together with the marketing suite will open on Saturday 26th July at 10am or a private viewing can be arranged by contacting the Sales Consultant Lizzy Deas on 01692 500539. For further information on Broadbeach Gardens or other Hopkins Homes developments throughout the East of England, please contact the enquiry line on 01394 446860.