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New homes in Norfolk continue to defy stereotypes

Published: 12/11/2021

Developers in the county are keen to stick to Norfolk's heritage style.

From brilliant energy efficiency ratings to their many safety features, there are many perks to buying a brand new home.

But there seems to be a misconception that all new homes are identical and lacking in personality.

In Norfolk we’re proud of our heritage architecture and retaining the look and feel of traditional country homes.

Sowerbys works with award winning developers who will always endeavour to build homes that blend seamlessly with the existing properties and buildings in the area.

Finishes in brick and flint and carrstone are iconic and traditional in Norfolk – and continue to be popular with developers today.

These developments below are exemplary of exactly that...


Four Miles is a beautiful development of cottages, barns and apartments in the sought after north Norfolk village of Docking, all of which are built in a traditional brick and flint style.





Meanwhile, Windborough Homes have brought just six carrstone finish properties to the market within the lovely West Norfolk village of Ingoldisthorpe.




Additionally, the renowned Fleur Homes have built seven beautiful brick and flint new homes in their Kimberley development, located in Blakeney - which has been voted one of Norfolk's prettiest coastal villages.