Stafford Chase is a stylish development situated in Queen's Hills Country Park, West Costessey that offers a mix of quality homes with a contemporary feel. Ideally located just four miles from Norwich City Centre, Queen's Hills Country Park has the perfect combination of relaxed living and liveliness.
Surrounded by beautiful rich woodland.
Woodland Park is close to the Rivers Tud and Wensum and surrounded by beautiful mature woodland. The choice of attractive 2, 3 and 4 bedroom Bovis Homes at Woodland Park, with their flexible well designed layouts are ideal for young professionals and growing families alike.
Carefully planned, to encourage walking and cycling and reduce traffic, Queen's Hills Country Park is an extremely enjoyable environment to live in. A new school along with lots of play areas scattered around the whole development to enable both older and younger children to play safely.
Find your new home next to an historic city.
Costessey itself is made up of two well established settlements, New Costessey which benefits from even more amenities and Old Costessey which has plenty of local history to absorb. Close by, Norwich, the home of internationally renowned University of East Anglia (UEA) offers an exciting blend of history, culture and entertainment for you to enjoy as well as all the usual facilities you would expect from a vibrant city.
Costessey also provides an ideal base to explore Norfolk's coast line, the Norfolk Broads, as well as the region's market towns and villages and other numerous attractions.
Your place on the map.
Close to a number of major roads, including the A11, A47 and A140 which give access to the A12 and A14 to London and the South East of England and to the Midlands and the North of England. By rail, 'One' operate Intercity half hourly services between Norwich and London Liverpool Street and local connecting services within East Anglia. The average journey time from London is 1hr 50 mins. 'One' also operate a direct service between Cambridge and Norwich, which takes approx 70 mins. Central Trains run connecting services from the Midlands, North of England and Scotland via Peterborough.
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