- Only 2 high quality houses available
- 215 square metres of floor space
- High specification throughout
- Sitting on large plots
- 4/5 spacious bedrooms
- 4 bathrooms in total and walk in wardrobe
- Double garage and off road parking
- Secluded rear garden
- Popular village location
- Few minutes drive from Diss town and railway station
*ONLY TWO PLOTS REMAINING AND CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION*
Presented to you by Harlingwood Homes, this luxury 4/5 bedroom detached house is set amongst the exclusive development of The Orchards. Nestled amongst the countryside, in the requested village of Palgrave.
Kestrel House is a luxury five-bedroom house, with exceptional living space of over 2314 Sq.ft. It has thoughtful open-plan living space, ideally suited to modern family life. There are four generously proportioned bedrooms upstairs, two en-suites, a family bathroom and a separate dressing room for the master bedroom.
'We design and build homes which are sympathetic towards their environment but incorporate a traditional style whilst using state of the art design. Each house is superbly designed, down to the last detail with a choice of internal finishings such as: kitchen, bathroom fittings and flooring. *(Choices available subject to stages of construction)*. All properties feature access to superfast broadband and are pre-wired with cat6 Ethernet within the property.'
LOCATION Palgrave is a particularly popular village being particularly convenient for those enjoying the facilities within Diss and its links. The village itself is fortunate in having not only a Day Nursery but also Primary School, along with Community Centre and Playing Field, Garage and Parish Church. For those wishing to commute, good road links can be enjoyed to the A140 and A143 road systems and the mainline rail station at Diss provides commuter service between the Cathedral City of Norwich to the north and London's Liverpool Street Station.
Diss itself is a thriving market town with a popular market and Auction every Friday (except public holidays). Situated on the Norfolk/Suffolk border in the beautiful Waveney Valley dating back over 500 years, Diss was built around one of the deepest natural inland lakes in the country. It offers a wide range of public amenities including schools, shops, restaurants, doctors, dentists and public houses along with local bus services and the main line rail station providing access to the cathedral city of Norwich to the north and London's Liverpool Street Station to the south.