New energy efficient homes built in a north Norfolk village are set to be available to buy and rent. 

Broadland St Benedicts has built 19 new homes off Broadgate Close in Northrepps, south of Cromer. 

The homes consist of one, two and three-bedroom bungalows and four bedroom houses. Nine are available to purchase on the open market and two are for sale via shared ownership.

Prices for the open market homes range from £335,000 - £500,000, with additional options available for shared ownership and affordable rents.

North Norfolk News: New energy efficient homes built in Broadgate Close in Northrepps, north Norfolk, are set to

The energy efficient homes have been designed with a variety of cost-saving measures, including eco features like solar panels, electric vehicle charging points and air source heat pumps. 

The homes are the first that the Norwich-based housing association has designed to be ‘net carbon zero’ - meaning any carbon emissions they create are balanced out by taking the same amount out of the atmosphere. 

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Sally Thompson, new homes manager at William H Brown, said: “This is an exclusive opportunity for local homebuyers to purchase a beautiful new energy efficient home in Northrepps.

“Homes like this with such fantastic eco credentials are a rare addition to the local market and, with climate change and the cost of living crisis becoming more and more influential in buyers’ property searches, we expect this development to gain a lot of attention.

"I’d urge anyone interested to make an appointment for the launch day where we can demonstrate all the fantastic benefits to buying a home at Broadgate Field."

A launch event will take place at the development on Saturday, June 29, from 10am - 2pm.

For further information and to book an appointment for the launch event, contact William H Brown Aylsham by emailing or calling 01263 735252.