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Getting that work-life balance has never been easier

Rural living with that London connection.




Working from home has never been more on-trend than now - and that means we really can choose to live anywhere.

Post-pandemic, we've learnt some incredible lessons: baking sourdough bread really is a degree-worthy skill, neighbours really can become good friends, and, that Tiktok dance you took two-weeks to learn really shouldn't ever see the light of day again.

But above all else, we learnt to work remotely (thankyou technology!) and that's led to a huge sway in how we choose to fit work into our personal lives moving forwards in a post-pandemic world.

According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) the proportion of people working from home more than doubled in 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic.

About a quarter of people (25.9%) had worked at home at some point in the week before they responded to an ONS annual population survey. This compared with 12.4% of workers in 2019.

While many of us will still travel to work, it appears a more flexible routine is being embraced across the World. This week the trial of a four-day week has been hailed 'an overwhelming success' in Iceland.

And with the freedom comes new requirements and opportunity; the home office is high on the checklist, city-slickers can settle further from the big smoke and commute as required, and, we have a general greater appreciation to maximise down-time with the family.

Norfolk is arguably a fantastic county to call home (even if we do say so ourselves).

With a direct rail link from King's Lynn via Cambridge to London - and road links additionally to Norwich - you can sip an espresso over a team meeting in the city in the morning and have the fresh air and country breeze for supper.

If that sounds like a bit of you, check out these available properties and their location:


Meadow Gardens, Whittington


These six properties will enjoy the privacy of a treelined outlook to the front and country views over meadows and rolling fields to the rear.

From Green New Builds Ltd, a Norfolk based family run business, this husband and wife duo create bespoke developments with variety and character, combined with a high-quality finish.

With sympathetic additions to the rural landscape, their builds become proud enhancements to their surrounding communities.

With enviable proximity to both road and rail transport links, it offers the potential for the idyllic balance between rural Norfolk living and the opportunities of towns and cities nationally.  


Progress at Meadow Gardens:


Enjoy evening strolls on the river when you live at Meadow Gardens:


Hay Green Road, Terrington St Clement

Two executive style homes situated in the highly sought after village of Terrington St Clement, just a few miles from the Historic market town of King's Lynn with direct, regular trains to the capital.

Due to be finished by the end of August 2021, the developers have made sure to create something really special.

From the moment the properties come into view, to when you explore these wonderful homes, with their large reception hall and central staircase, open plan kitchen/diner/sitting area and four double bedrooms, this pair of new builds are certainly impressive.


If village is more your style, Hay Green Road has two options:


 
To book a viewing, call Sowerbys today.