When Sue and Jeremy Bale held their wedding reception at The Melton Grange Hotel in Woodbridge, Suffolk back in 1969, never did they imagine that over 40 years later they would find their dream home in the very same spot.
An exclusive new development consisting of just eight 4 and 5 bedroom houses located in England’s favourite market town*. King’s Mead located in the highly desirable Suffolk village of Framligham, which within recent years ‘Country Life’ magazine voted as the number one place to live in the country, will be released for sale off plan on 06 March.
Hopkins Homes will be adding some romance across all of their developments throughout the East of England this Valentine’s Day by offering all visitors the chance to win a romantic meal for two.
A four week consultation process by Award Winning Hopkins Homes concerning its proposed mixed-use redevelopment of the Station Hill site in Bury St Edmunds will commence on Monday 18 January 2010.
Hopkins Homes, East Anglia’s largest independent house builder achieved double success at the national What House? Awards 2009 in London. The Suffolk based company were awarded bronze for Best Renovation for their refurbishment of the former Melton Grange Hotel, now known as ‘The Grange’ in Woodbridge, Suffolk and bronze for Best Medium House builder for the second consecutive year running.
Ansell’s Way is a small exclusive development built by renowned East Anglian developer Hopkins Homes. ‘The Waveney’ house style is the last available property on this exclusive development which enjoys a location on the very edge of the Norfolk Boards, yet is within easy reach of the city centre of Norwich.
Jamie Howe, site manager at Hopkins Homes‟ development Albany Place in Ipswich, has been awarded the „Seal of Excellence‟ award in the coveted NHBC (National House Building Council) Pride in the Job Awards for 2009. Jamie will now go forward to the next stage of the competition, the overall Regional Award Winner.
Escaping to the country is often seen as the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of busy life. But is this just a romantic dream? For one family re-locating to the Suffolk countryside, it has proved to be just what the doctor ordered.
New family homes within the highly desirable Christchurch Park and Northgate catchment area are a rare opportunity due to the limited supply of developable land. At Albany Place in Ipswich, Hopkins Homes have just released for sale their five bedroom detached show house which is being marketed at £574,995.
An attractive traditional country garden has been specially designed to offer inspiration. The garden at Elmside Lea, a Hopkins Homes development, in Walsham le Willows, Suffolk will be open for public viewing at this year’s Walsham le Willows Open Garden Weekend which is being held on Sunday 30th August and Bank Holiday Monday 31st August from 11am – 6pm.