Ideally positioned on one of the primary routes in and out of the city centre, Grosvenor House is in an excellent position to take advantage of Norwich's expanding infrastructure and local amenities. Norwich recently picked up second position in a table of most desirable British regions to live in.
You can purchase an apartment at Grosvenor House with only a 5% deposit. Take advantage of the Government’s Help To Buy scheme which aims to help buyers who have a 5% deposit. The government will lend eligible buyers up to 20% of the value of their new build Help To Buy home via an equity loan. Enquire today to receive more information. Show homes are also now available, request a viewing today to avoid disappointment.
Norwich is connected to the surrounding towns of Great Yarmouth, King’s Lynn and Peterborough via the A47 road to the south of the city centre. Cambridge is accessible via the A11 motorway that links up to the larger M11 motorway, offering commuters the opportunity to reach London via road. Norwich International Airport is located just 4 miles from the city centre with easy transport links via a regular bus service. Direct flights are currently available to Aberdeen, Alicante, Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Malaga and Manchester, to name a few.
The city is home to a wide range of primary and secondary schools. There are 56 primary schools (including 16 academies and free schools) and 13 secondary schools, 11 of which are academies. The nearby Norwich School is a co-educational, independent day school for pupils aged seven to eighteen. Pupils are taught from early age through lower school, senior school and then provided with the option of a Sixth Form College. Set in the Cathedral Close, it is within walking distance of the Grosvenor House, ideally situated for residents. Alternatively, the City of Norwich secondary school, which achieved a Good rating from Ofsted in 2016, is a short 10-minute drive or bus ride from the development. Norwich also has two universities, the University of East Anglia (UEA) and Norwich University of the Arts (NUA), home to around 15,000 students.