Renowned across East Anglia as a master residential developer, we provide a premium service to homeowners and landowners looking to create exceptional homes.
Set in an elevated former meadow overlooking the tranquil village of Rattlesden, Rising Sun Hill is a small cluster of 14 stunning two, three and four bedroom homes for sale, designed with a focus on traditional charm and character.
In the shadow of the historic St Nicholas Church, Rattlesden is nestled in the wide valley of the River Rat, with a picturesque village centre located in an established conservation area. The village is a shining example of how beautiful rural East Anglia can be.
Set in a fantastic location alongside the High Street, The Paddocks is a beautifully planned collection of 25 individually-designed houses and bungalows suited to couples and families looking to live in the heart of the sensational Suffolk countryside.
Lavenham is one of the most prestigious locations in the region, where beautiful Tudor buildings, proud Regency houses and picturesque cottages sit shoulder-to-shoulder with convenient modern stores, amenities and excellent travel connections.
This superb collection has been designed to offer the contemporary equivalent of the style, scale and status of Orford’s established centuries-old architecture. You’ll find beautifully proportioned, characterful homes positioned within a series of inviting turnings, traditional red brick walls and professionally landscaped gardens, all ready for residents to feel at home from day one.
Welcome to St. Andrew’s Place, an outstanding collection of just nine beautifully designed detached and semi-detached new energy-efficient family homes, each featuring an array of high specification fittings, as well as contemporary finishes and exceptional attention to detail.
I was particularly drawn to Hartog Hutton because of their excellent local knowledge of favourable sites for building high quality homes of unique character and their readiness to involve me in the design process.
Simon Adams, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk