New-build property available in Suffolk today
The property market for house hunters searching for new homes in Suffolk is in great shape at the moment, with a terrific array of home types for sale from numerous housebuilders. Whether you’re looking for an urban, rural or coastal location, there is plenty of choice of apartments and houses available across a broad price spectrum.
Knight Developments is offering Saxon Reach in Hessett, near Bury St Edmunds. The scheme is halfway sold though there is still a good selection of two-bedroom terraces from £184,995 and three- and four-bedroom detached homes from £299,995. This small village has convenient road links via the A14 and A134 and is just a short drive to the amenities and rail link at the centre of Bury St Edmunds.
Hopkins Homes is one of the region’s busiest developers, with a number of schemes currently underway in Suffolk. Tibby’s Triangle, located in fashionable Southwold, is a stunning, contemporary scheme in one of the most popular resorts on the Heritage Coast. This successful scheme has only two homes left to sell, a luxury two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment at the Kingfisher Apartments priced at £429,995 and a three-storey, two-bedroom, two-bathroom house with a terrace, costing £539,995.
For buyers on a more modest budget, Hopkins Homes is also active in Halesworth, around four miles west of Southwold. The two-, three- and four-bedroom homes for sale at Langley’s Quay are priced between £139,995 and £239,995. This pleasant market town benefits from a railway station and is just minutes from the A12 trunk road into London.
Regarded as the centre of the world’s horse-racing industry, Newmarket is one of Suffolk’s busiest and most affluent towns, just a few miles from Cambridge and the M11 motorway into London. Red Lodge is a new community under construction just east of the town. Just two houses remain unsold at David Wilson Homes‘ Martingales development, namely a three-bedroom ‘Wakefield’ house priced £194,995 and the ‘Woodstock’ four-bedroom detached “Home of the Week” for £249,995. The company is offering a part exchange incentive to assist buyers upgrading from their current property.
Highland Homes won a coveted Best Small Housebuilder prize at the What House? Awards 2009. Its Meridian Gardens scheme is an exclusive gated development of luxury apartments set in landscaped ground offering wonderful views over Newmarket Gallops. With half the 20 properties already sold, opportunities are limited to buy the reamining two-bedroom homes, which are priced from £375,000.
Back in Red Lodge, Bovis Homes‘ Sir William’s Green development currently has a number of house types available, including three-bedroom townhouses costing £184,950 and five-bedroom detached homes priced from £329,950. With an impressive selection of incentive schemes available, the housebuilder is providing a number of options to assist first-time buyers and existing homeowners.
by Keith Osborne
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