A rare quality of life awaits you in Lavenham. Situated in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, Lavenham is considered one of Britain’s best-preserved medieval villages.
Wearing its wool trade heritage on its sleeve, Lavenham is defined by its timber-framed buildings and impressive market square. And while it’s steeped in history, Lavenham has moved with times, with a number of amenities and links to larger towns such as Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury.
Today, you’ll find a variety of independent shops, a bakery, a butchers, art galleries and boutiques, all housed in beautiful buildings. Lavenham’s wide range of restaurants, bars, tearooms and inns is enviable. Sample the food and local craft beers at The Lavenham Greyhound or the Cock Horse Inn.
Enjoy French cuisine at the award-winning Great House or dine at The Swan, a 15th-century restaurant, hotel and spa. Stroll down the main road or quaint side streets and you’ll be spoilt for choice for somewhere to rest up, enjoy a tea or coffee, and watch the world go by.
Going further afield, the bustle of Bury St Edmunds is 11 miles away and the spires of Cambridge is just an hour’s drive. To experience the landscape which has inspired artists for centuries, take a trip to Dedham, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 18 miles away. Just don’t forget your camera. In fact, you could say that about almost anywhere in and around Lavenham, which is surely one of the most photogenic places to live in the country.
Welcome to Indigo Fields, an exclusive Hopkins & Moore collection of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes in the tranquil medieval village of Lavenham. With an impressive selection of homes, Indigo Fields is ideal for couples, families, first-time buyers and downsizers.
The carefully designed homes at Indigo Fields are testament to our passion for exceptional quality that runs through everything we do. At Hopkins & Moore, we ensure every detail is considered, every design refined and every specification enhanced, so that our homes stand the test of time and fit seamlessly into the surrounding environment.
Indigo Fields’ nearest train station at Sudbury – around seven miles away – puts you just an hour and 20 minutes from London Liverpool Street . While by car, a 20-minute drive to Bury St Edmunds connects you to the A14 and the wider motorway network.