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Torrey Meadows, Heacham

This exclusive development boasts eight beautiful and truly unique homes created to the very highest standard in an idyllic location along the Norfolk coast.

Each property is set in large, landscaped gardens with fine views to a lake, and is situated within this exclusive location which will have a secure, gated entrance. The houses are being built to a very high specification with quality fittings and finishes throughout. 

All properties benefit from a magnificent reception hall with central staircase to a galleried landing, bespoke kitchen and four bedrooms, all of which have en-suite shower or bathrooms. There is gas fired central heating along with high standards of insulation and outside is an open-fronted double cart shed style garage with adjoining covered patio/dining area.  

These prestigious homes will see traditional Norfolk tranquillity complemented by contemporary, dramatic architecture. Indulgent and glamourous, but incredibly practical.
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Price List for Torrey Meadows

4Detached House4SOLD
5Detached House4SOLD
6Detached House4SOLD
7Detached House4COMPLETED

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The Developer

Millthorne Developments are a local family business  with over 30 years experience of building quality individual new homes on the North Norfolk Coast. They take great pride in achieving the highest standards throughout the  design and build process and this really shows in the exceptional finish which every home offers.

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