broadbeach gardens


Luxury 1 & 2 bedroom apartments, 2 & 3 bedroom bungalows and 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses Computer Generated Illustration, Broadbeach Gardens.

Photograph depicts previous Hopkins Homes development. Welcome to broadbeach gardens

For all that Norfolk has to offer, betwixt , the beach and beyond, Broadbeach Gardens offers the very best of town, coast and country living

This exceptional development of luxurious 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom properties combines traditional craftsmanship with modern technology to provide beautiful new homes of character with all the convenience and practicality expected for today’s lifestyle.

I am very proud of our reputation and the many awards that we have won; for designing beautiful homes in wonderful locations, that people seem to like to come back to, however many times they may move.

James Hopkins Executive Chairman and Founder of Hopkins Homes INSPIRED BY TRADITION Broadbeach Gardens is a beautiful development of 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes which have been designed with sensitivity and flair by award-winning East Anglian developer Hopkins Homes.

Every Hopkins Home features the strength and durability of traditional building styles and techniques, fused with the latest modern technology.

From day one, a Hopkins Home looks like it has stood for years, yet perfectly balances social and environmental awareness with the demands and aspirations of today’s homeowners.

Hopkins Homes’ skill lies not only in building houses and apartments that harmonise with their neighbours and surroundings, but also in creating homes of character and individuality.

We use this traditional approach as our platform and add to this all the convenience, practicality and low maintenance required in a modern home.

Traditionally crafted, RECOGNISABLY HOPKINS

Photographs depict previous Hopkins Homes developments. Traditional character, contemporary living If you’re searching for a new home with traditional charm as well as the internal features you desire for RECOGNISABLY HOPKINS comfortable, convenient and stylish living, look no further than Hopkins Homes. Traditionally crafted, We are ’s leading developers, building collections of homes to exceptionally high standards, each one individually designed to complement its setting, be it town, village, countryside or coast. Local Footpath

Local Shop Stalham Baptist Church Beach


A lifestyle that offers endless This remarkable coastline, waterways, expansive corner of Norfolk is countryside and a sophisticated city. Stalham is a beautiful market town that sits on the northeast edge of the Norfolk Broads on the River quiet and unspoilt, Ant and is only four miles from the nearest sandy with both the beaches situated at Sea Palling. Not only do the properties at Broadbeach Gardens offer you a perfect new home and Broads and the community, the development also gives you easy access to the vast broads network; the UK’s largest coast to explore nationally protected wetland with 125 miles of navigable waterways as well as easy access to the stunning, relatively undiscovered, East Norfolk Norfolk Broads

Photographs depict local area. The Mermaids Slipper Restaurant

coast which has some of the best beaches in Stalham is also home to the Museum of The Norfolk. Broads – so you can keep visitors both educated and entertained direct from your doorstep. Everything you need is at hand; a High Street containing a variety of shops, amenities and For families living at Broadbeach Gardens, this is local facilities plus a nearby superstore and the perfect place to be; with a range of schools petrol station. A small market operates on nearby offering education from the age of 4 Tuesdays and the town hall hosts various regular through to 16 years; Stalham Community Infant sales, including a farmers market on alternate School, Stalham Academy and Stalham High Saturdays. School are all located here.

Leave the car or boat behind and enjoy the A home at Broadbeach Gardens is guaranteed many walks from your front door, taking you to fulfil all of your needs. through the best parts of the town including The Staithe Boatyard, or explore further still to the beach a mere four miles away. St Stephens Street

The Forum Norwich Castle

HISTORIC NORWICH The capital of East Anglia has much to offer, including a wealth of historic buildings, fine shopping and modern architecture.

Norwich is famous for its magnificent cathedral and 12th century castle. The city also boasts superb shopping facilities including the modern Chapelfield shopping centre and the beautiful Art Nouveau Royal Arcade which dates back to 1899.

Meander at your leisure through the cobbled streets, or visit the thriving and historic open-air market with its independent traders and fresh produce from the surrounding Norfolk farmland.

Norwich provides nurseries, secondary schools and several independent schools. In addition, the University of East Anglia is only five miles to the south-east. The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is four miles from the centre of Norwich.

Rich in heritage yet all the modern conveniences you could wish for, Norwich is the perfect city to have within a 30 minute drive of your new home.

Royal Arcade

The perfect City for you and your family The perfect City for you and your family


“With a Hopkins home, you can be sure that each home has been designed and built to last.”

UK Construction Magazine

“Hopkins Homes’ ability to create award-winning homes is due in no small part to the highly talented and experienced team.”

East Anglian Daily Times

“Skilled craftsmanship was used to restore the period heritage of the original building.”

Hot Property

“Hopkins Homes... (is) always conscious of the street scene and the preservation of the local character and charm. The company has been winning awards longer than most of us have been writing about them.”

Eastern Daily Press

Photographs depict previous Hopkins Homes developments. HOPKINS HOMES - OUR AWARDS

2014 2009 2003 • NHBC Pride in the Job Award, • What House? Bronze Award for Best • Daily Telegraph What House? St Andrew’s Place, Kilverstone Medium House Builder Silver Award for Best Medium Sized • Building Excellence Awards • What House? Bronze Award for Best Housebuilder Best New Housing Development, Renovation, Melton Grange, Melton Scholars’ Quarter, Norwich, Finalist • NHBC Seal of Excellence Award, 2002 Albany Place, Ipswich • Building Magazine Awards, Regional 2013 Housebuilder of the Year • Britannia National Homebuilder Design • NHBC Pride in the Job Award, 2008 Awards, Commendation for Best use of Eastgate Rise, Bury St Edmunds • Housing Design Award Best Project, Tibby’s Triangle, Southwold a Brownfield Site, Bishops Walk, Ely • NHBC Pride in the Job Award, • Daily Telegraph What House? St Andrew’s Place, Kilverstone • NHBC Pride in Job awards, Pitcher’s Place - Harleston, Blyth Place - Bronze Award for Best Medium Sized Reydon, Fairfield Park - Costessey Housebuilder 2012 • NHBC Eastern Regional Award for • NHBC, 2 Pride in the Job winning sites • Housing Design Awards Completed Medium Sized Builder, Blyth Place, • Ernst & Young, James Hopkins named Project Winner, Tibby’s Triangle, Reydon as Central Region Entrepreneur of the Southwold • What House? Bronze Award for Best Year • NHBC Pride in the Job Award, Medium House Builder Scholars’ Quarter, Norwich • What House? Bronze Award for Best 2001 • NHBC Pride in the Job Award, Development, St Giles View, Risby • Anglian Business Awards, Runner up The Martellos, Felixstowe • Daily Telegraph What House? Bronze • NHBC Pride in the Job Award, Award for Best House Design Miller’s Tye, Soham 2007 • Ernst & Young Arts and Business East • Fast Track 100 Employees Award 2011 • NHBC Pride in Job Award, Mulberry 2000 • What House? Gold Award for Best Gardens, Mulbarton • Daily Telegraph, What House? Bronze Brownfield Development, Tibby’s • Norwich Society Commendation, Award for Best House Design Triangle, Southwold Baltic Wharf, Norwich • Fast Track 100 • NHBC Seal of Excellence Award, • Norwich Society Honourable Mention, • St Edmundsbury Borough Council Bell’s Grange, Bocking Appleyard’s Mill, Norwich Design Competition to develop • NHBC Pride in the Job Award, fourth phase of Drovers Mead, Bury St Bell’s Grange, Bocking 2006 Edmunds • NHBC Pride in the Job Award, Fairfield Park, Costessey • NHBC Pride in Job Awards, King’s 1999 Quarter, Norwich and St. George’s • St Edmundsbury Borough Council • Norwich Society Design Award, Square, Reydon Scholars’ Quarter, Norwich Design Competition to develop third phase of Drovers Mead, Bury St 2005 Edmunds 2010 • NHBC Pride in the Job Awards • NHBC Seal of Excellence Award, 1998 Fairfield Park, Costessey • NHBC Quality Award Winner • Daily Telegraph, What House? Silver • NHBC Pride in the Job Award, Award for Best House Design Fairfield Park, Costessey 2004 • Design Awards for Excellence, • NHBC Pride in the Job Award, • Building For Life Silver Standard Award, District Council, First Prize Albany Place, Ipswich Bishops Walk, Ely • Kent Blaxill, Highly Commended Best • NHBC Quality Award Winner Residential Development of five units or more • East Cambridgeshire District Council Design Competition to develop two parcels of land at Broad Street, Ely SPECIFICATION Kitchens • White painted staircase • Choice of kitchen cupboards and • Four panel internal doors with chrome worktops* effect handles • Cooker, hob and extractor fan fitted as • Painted wooden windows with sealed unit standard double glazing • Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher where possible Ceilings • Choice of wall tiles from our selected • Smooth ceilings throughout with coved range* cornicing where possible • Choice of ceramic floor tiles from our selected range* Fires and Fire Surrounds • Woodburner to selected plots* Electrical • Burglar alarm to ground floor only Wall Tiling (to certain plots) • Kitchen - between worktop and wall • Double socket outlets throughout cupboards* • Outside lighting to front and rear on certain • Bathroom - half height all round* plots • En-suite - full height to shower cubicle with • TV points to living room and all bedrooms splashback to hand basin and tiled window • Telephone points to living room, study and sill where applicable* all bedrooms • Cloakroom - splashback to hand basin and tiled window sills where applicable* Plumbing • Central heating via thermostatically Other Items controlled radiators/panel heaters • Loft lights • White sanitary ware throughout with chrome • Panel fencing between all rear gardens effect mixer taps plus white bath panel and where applicable matching seat • Rear garden cleared, rotivated and • Outside tap where possible topsoiled where applicable • All internal walls painted Gardenia White Carpentry • Moulded skirting and architraves painted white

*Choices available subject to stage of construction. This specification is only meant as a guide, some items may vary from plot to plot. Please check with our Sales Consultant for further details. Photographs depict previous Hopkins Homes developments. Impeccably finished, RECOGNISABLY HOPKINS

Photograph depicts previous Hopkins Homes development. broadbeach gardens


E N Wells-next-the-sea LA E Blakeney N TO S G N PI EP SEA PALLING ST

B R A140 U M Sea Palling S King’s Lynn T E STALHAM A1151 A D R A149 O Wisbech A47 WAYFORD RD A D A47 A47 NORWICH Stalham Norwich High School HIGH STREET INGHAM ROAD A10 A134 A11 B1113 A140 A1066 YARMOUTH ROAD Ely A143 Diss STALHAM A10 A11 GREEN A143 Southwold A149 Newmarket A14 Cambridge Bury St. Edmunds A14 Aldeburgh A12

M11 Ipswich

A12 Felixstowe Stansted A120 Colchester


By road to: By rail from Norwich Station: Sea Palling 4 miles Ipswich Station from 38 mins Wroxham 7.6 miles Cambridge Station from 1hr 11 mins Norwich 15 miles London Liverpool Street from 1hr 49 mins Aylsham 15.7 miles Norwich Airport 16 miles By rail from & Wroxham Station: Cromer 17.4 miles Ipswich Station from 1hr 4 mins Sherringham 21.8 miles Cambridge Station from 1hr 43 mins Ipswich 60.7 miles London Liverpool Street from 2hr 18 mins London Marble Arch 134.6 miles

Postcode for Sat Nav use: NR12 9DG

All travel times and distances are approximate and are intended as a guide only. Source: and Maps not to scale.

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