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Barclay Court Gardens, Cromer – Only 4 Remaining!

Barclay Court Gardens, Cromer – Only 4 Remaining!

This splendid new retirement development in the superb seaside setting of Cromer, Norfolk initially offered 68 beautifully designed apartments; all within a gated, landscaped community.

Each outstanding two and three-bedroom home offers generous, bright accommodation, and enjoy a balcony or terrace and benefits from a private parking space or garage. Stylish apartments, known as Larchwood and Oakwood House will soon be available for viewing, with early purchasers invited to select their own interior design features. Purchasers can choose from a 2 or 3 bedroom apartment on the ground or first floor, with prices starting at £300,000. Due to very high interest, there are only 4 remaining apartments…


The new development is just a short walk from Cromer town centre, with its array of shops, cafes, restaurants, cinema and famous Cromer Pier and End of the Pier Theatre. The development is classified as being in an area of outstanding natural beauty, adjacent to the woodland walk through Happy Valley to the lighthouse, with breath-taking views towards Overstrand. It’s also within walking distance of the cherished Cromer Hospital which provides a modern setting for a range of out-patient services and also the new health centre. The development is also adjacent to the Royal Cromer Golf Club, and within reach of a myriad of breath-taking North Norfolk beaches and nature reserves. The site is also just 40 minutes drive from the historic city of Norwich, with its airport, public transport facilities, shopping centres and many leisure facilities.

Download Sutherland Homes Brochure 2019



If you’re interested in securing one of the last 4 apartments, please fill out the form below and one of our specialist team will be in touch asap! Alternatively, please call our team in Cromer on 01263 515120 or email:

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Barclay Court Gardens, Cromer - COMING SOON!

Retirement Development in Cromer, Norfolk.

Mark Francis Pearce

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