Bricknel Close, Castle Acre
In the tranquil village location of Castle Acre, sits the development of Bricknel Close. These 15 homes, made up of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties, are surrounded by an historic village - history acknowledged by the name of this development.
According to land maps from 100 years ago, the field where the houses are built was called Bricknel Close. The current Holkham farm map identifies this field as Brick Close. Research by the Parish Clerk has revealed that Bricknell, with two ll, is from the Olde English pre-7th century word ‘brik’ meaning bright and ‘halh’ meaning a place – therefore a bright place which is open to the skies, rather than in woodland.
Price List for Bricknel Close
|4 - Tunbridge House||Detached House||3||COMPLETED|
|5 - Kempston House||Detached House||4||COMPLETED|
|6 - Wesenham House||Detached House||4||RESERVED|
|8 - Stanmere House||Detached House||4||RESERVED|
|9 - Benedict House||Detached House||3||COMPLETED|
|10 - Acre House||Detached House||3||COMPLETED|
|11 - Benet House||Detached House||3||COMPLETED|
When purchasing a property built by Holkham, you are not only investing in a beautifully-crafted home but also enjoying the opportunity to reside in one of the most special locations in the country. From secluded rural positions offering complete isolation and expansive views to quaint villages and bustling coastal harbours, the locations are truly unique and extraordinary.
No matter the type of property you desire, you will relish the attention to detail – from traditional brick and flint and Scandinavian design composite windows to the most advanced sustainability credentials available, everything is thought through. Holkham is also leading the way in sustainability and conservation with its action plan, WONDER. So alongside sustainable construction, you’ll also discover a commitment to biodiversity and enhancing natural capital. An approach that benefits you as a homeowner as well as the surrounding nature and wildlife.