is set to be extra special for one young family after they snapped up their
dream Kier Living home at Saxon Fields in Blofield, Norfolk.
McGrath and Charlene Waterson felt the development would be the perfect place
to bring up their one-year-old son, Clayton. As Rhys, 28, explained: “Before we
knew he was coming along, we had been renting, but I didn’t want that
uncertainty for my little family. So we moved in with Charlene’s parents to
save the money for a house of our own.
chose Saxon Fields because we knew the area well and liked it; it’s a nice
little village between Norwich and Great Yarmouth and has great transport links
which makes the commute easy. It’s also got good
schools and other amenities nearby.”
are just a few homes left at Saxon Fields, which has proved hugely popular with
families, downsizers and with couples wanting their first house. To meet demand
from people keen to live in the desirable area, Kier Living Easter is now
building homes ten miles away at Roundhouse Gate, Cringleford.
manager Rhys and support worker Charlene, 30, opted for a three-bedroom
detached house at Saxon Fields, using the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme.