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New homes in Norwich city centre look set to be sold quickly

Property hunters who are looking for their first home or landlords who are looking for a property to add to their portfolios and protect it with landlords insurance are invited to the official opening of NR1, Taylor Wimpey’s new development in Norwich.

The impressive collection of one and two-bedroom apartments in the city centre are in a prime location on the banks of the River Wensum and they offer an excellent lifestyle opportunity for all of the prospective buyers. Guests at the exclusive launch on Friday will be the first to see both the detailed plans and prices for the collection of newly built homes for sale. Prospective buyers will be treated to food and drink and advised on the incentives Taylor Wimpey are offering people who sign up for one of the desirable residences.

Stacy Dornan, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says “We’re incredibly excited about the NR1 development of homes in Norwich, which boasts a fabulous waterside setting within easy reach of all the facilities of this fantastic city. High-quality apartments are always very much in demand, and so it’s no surprise that we’ve already received considerable interest in this exciting development. We expect the new homes at NR1 to be incredibly popular, so I would urge would-be movers to come along to the launch if they want to stand the best chance of securing the home of their dreams.”

Taylor Wimpey say the homes are in a superb location with fantastic views over the River Wensum, and yet the city centre is just a stroll away. Also close by are a wide choice of shopping, famous markets, bars and restaurants, while Norwich City Football Club is just a stone’s throw from the development. The city also has a thriving cultural life, with theatres, art galleries and live music venues. Norwich rail station is close at hand and the road network offers excellent routes out of the city.

By Simon Dack

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