Broad Oaks In Downham Market, an exciting new housing development consisting of over 300 properties of various sizes, ideally located in the picturesque Downham Market, Norfolk.
Each property in Broad Oaks has been intelligently planned to create the best accommodation flow possible in which to socialise and relax and an individual specification selected to maximise the appearance and long-term enjoyment of each newly created home.
Enjoying excellent transport links to the neighbouring cities of Cambridge, Peterborough and Norfolk, this exclusive development is ideally located to satisfy the demand from young professionals and families for well-priced, freehold accommodation.
Broad Oaks will provide a mix of one, two, three and four-bedroom luxury homes across the 30 acre site.
All the houses in Broad Oaks are designed for modern day life, with energy efficient appliances, open plan spaces, masses of natural light and plenty of storage making them the ideal home for any new buyer, family or investor.
A truly unique property investment, located 30 minutes from Cambridge we are pleased to present Broad Oaks, a freehold housing investment opportunity from an established developer, in the market town of Downham.
Located in the East of England, Broad Oaks is a brand-new collection of 300 houses for stylish family living. Our houses are designed for modern day life, energy efficient with open plan spaces, masses of natural light and plenty of storage.
On the banks of the River Great Ouse, and dating back to Saxon times, Downham Market is one of Norfolk’s oldest market towns. The attractive market place is immediately identifiable by the splendidly unusual and majestic black and white clock.
The town retains a really intimate feel, characterised by many fine historic buildings, craft and collectibles markets.
The town hosts a bustling market on many Fridays and Saturdays where you can buy a variety of goods from clothes, to carpets, to fresh produce, and a host of local independent shops. The town retains a really intimate feel, characterised by many fine historic buildings, craft and collectibles markets.