Norton Green is a unique small hamlet located to the eastern fringe of Stevenage within easy driving and walking distance of Stevenage town centre. Stevenage’s town centre and retail parks offer shopping and restaurants from a range of major brands. A modern and vibrant regeneration project for the town centre launches soon with exciting plans to regenerate the town over the next 15 years. Stevenage Old Town offers a village-like feel with historic buildings, pubs, independent shops and restaurants.
When it comes to leisure time, Stevenage has numerous parks and sports centres, including the Fairlands Valley Park which has a sailing club set in 120 acres and a range of outdoor activities – or simply offers somewhere to go and feed the ducks and watch the sun set over the water.
There is also a large leisure park which offers a multi-screen cinema, ten-pin bowling and numerous family restaurants – as well as The Gordon Craig Theatre nearby which provides a diverse programme of arts events, attracting famous names from all over the world.
Knebworth House, dating back to Tudor times, is just three miles away. Here you can stroll around the gardens and house, explore the famous dinosaur trail or attend one of the many events such as classic car shows or open-air concerts.
Families can choose from a number of primary and secondary schools nearby,with many rated ‘Good’ in their latest Ofsted inspections.
Stevenage is well placed with convenient links to the A1(M). Stevenage train station offers multiple trains per hour to King’s Cross and St Pancras, with journeys taking as little as 25 minutes. It also has great links to Cambridge and Peterborough as well as London Luton airport and London Stansted airport both being under an hour away by car.