Ashfield Rd, Norton
This development of just 3 houses is in the delightful village of Norton, 10 miles east of Bury St Edmunds. Norton includes the hamlet of Norton Little Green, which is about a mile east of the main village. Norton boasts three churches, a pub, shop, garage and service station.
Norton also has a pre-school next to the village hall and a Church of England voluntary primary school.
Westley Road, Bury St. Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds is a market town with a fascinating heritage. The striking combination of Medieval architecture, elegant Georgian squares and glorious cathedral and Abbey Gardens provide a distinctive visual charm. With prestigious shopping, an award-winning market, plus a variety of attractions and places to stay, Bury St Edmunds is under two hours from London and conveniently-located near Cambridge.
School Road, Elmswell
This development of 3 houses sits at the centre of the popular village of Elmswell, Suffolk and is a short walk away from the local shops and amenities.The village is situated between Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket, with easy access to the A14 and rail networks.
Lucking Street, Great Maplestead
This development of 3 houses sits in the stunning village of Great Maplestead, in the undulating countryside of the Suffolk/Essex border. Situated close to the villages of Castle Hedingham, Lavenham, Kersey and Finchingfield, the area is noted for its natural beauty and charm.
Douglas Close, Bury St Edmunds
Following the success of our scheme on Newmarket Road, we are creating a similar development comprising six properties – all of differing sizes and designs. The position is highly convenient, being within walking distance from the centre of Bury St Edmunds.
Heath Road, Woolpit
This small development of 3 houses sits at the entrance to the beautiful village of Woolpit, within view of the inspiring St Mary’s Church. Woolpit has a long and varied history, which stretches back for two thousand years. Our development is a few steps away from the old market place (currently called Green Hill) which is surrounded by brick-faced timber-framed houses and shops dating back to the fourteenth and fifteenth century.