The larger of the two house designs launched as show homes this week is the Victoria. From the outside the house presents an imposing red brick façade with traditional windows and a period front door which all combine to provide significant kerb appeal. Internally the impressive three storey, 4/5 bedroom layout provides everything a luxury family should. The living room has a large feature fireplace; there is a separate dining room and a large kitchen breakfast room, with utility room to the side, which forms the heart of this welcoming home. Kitchens and bathrooms are of the latest design and finished to an impeccable standard. On the first floor the master suite boasts an en suite and built in wardrobes whilst he two bedrooms on the second floor share their own bathroom making the top of the house a dream space for children and older teenagers alike.
The second of the new show homes is known as The Palmerston. This is a slightly smaller but no less impressive option for families looking to move to Costessey. The Palmerston follows the popular three storey townhouse design and turns the whole of the top floor into a breathtaking master suite with dressing room and en suite. The second floor contains two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Dating right back to the late Bronze Age, Costessey boasts a rich and varied history including being mentioned in the Domesday Book. Its most famous resident was Anne of Cleves who was granted Costessey Hall by her husband Henry VIII in 1542.
Costessey and St Walstans offer an ideal environment for modern living. Within easy access of local shops and schools, and with the beautiful Norfolk countryside to the west, a short drive or bus ride east takes you into the centre of Norwich with all the city has to offer.