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Indigo Fields is an exclusive collection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes situated in the thriving historic village of Lavenham.
A rare quality of life awaits at Indigo Fields. Situated in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, Lavenham is considered one of Britain’s best preserved medieval villages. With its heritage in the wool trade, much of the village’s charm is apparent, from the timber framed buildings to its impressive market square, making it a beautiful place to call home. Although steeped in history, Lavenham has moved with the times and with excellent links to larger towns such as Bury St. Edmunds and Sudbury, further afield is within easy reach. With a superb selection of homes to suit a range of buyers, Indigo Fields is ideal for couples, families, first time buyers and downsizers.
The carefully designed homes at Indigo Fields are testament to the passion for exceptional quality at the heart of everything we do. At Hopkins & Moore, we believe in ensuring every detail is considered, every design refined and every specification enhanced.
Indigo Fields is an exclusive collection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes, each crafted to the evolving demands of modern lifestyles.
The computer generated images, floor plans, configurations and layouts are included for guidance only. Please refer to drawings in sales office. Floor Plans and Dimensions can only be given as a guide and are indicative of the House Type only. These are liable to change as build progresses. Please speak to the Sales Consultant for plot specific information.
Earning the accolade as England’s best-preserved Medieval village, Lavenham is much more than a pretty face. Here you’ll find bustling shops, fine eateries and a vibrant community waiting to welcome you.
The High Street and Market Place are steeped in history, apparent by the parade of colourful timber framed buildings – a legacy from when it was one of England’s richest places, thanks to the wool trade and the famous Lavenham Blue broadcloth. With over 300 listed buildings, Lavenham boasts an impressive Grade I listed Guildhall and the Church of St Peter and St Paul as well as De Vere House, a 14th century cottage, renowned as the fictional birthplace of Harry Potter.
Today, you’ll find a variety of independent shops and boutiques including an artisan bakery, art galleries and clothing boutiques housed in beautiful buildings. Everyday amenities include a Post Office, convenience stores, butchers’, delicatessen, pharmacy and a local library. The popular farmers’ market is held monthly in the Village Hall, which is home to many groups and clubs.
Lavenham has a wide range of restaurants, bars, tearooms and inns, so you’ll spoilt for choice when eating out or enjoying a drink with friends. Sample the food and local craft beers at The Lavenham Greyhound or the Cock Horse inn, enjoy modern French cuisine at the award-winning Great House restaurant or dine at The Swan, a fifteenth century restaurant, hotel and spa.
With the glorious Suffolk countryside on your doorstep, it is easy to make the most of your free time. Whether you want to run, walk or cycle along the local paths, explore neighbouring towns and villages or head for the Suffolk Coast which is less than an hour away, you will find plenty to fill your leisure time.
You can also keep fit by joining the village tennis club, utilise the Playing Fields, popular for football and cricket, or drive 10 minutes to Sudbury where there is a choice of gyms and a swimming pool.
The village has so much to offer, but if you want to go further afield, Bury St Edmunds, known as a cultural and shopping centre, is 11 miles away, whilst the ancient village of Long Melford is just 5 miles from home. With world-renowned Cambridge about an hour’s drive away you can enjoy the bustle of city life surrounded by famous colleges, museums and more. To experience the landscape which has inspired artists for centuries, take a trip to Dedham, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 18 miles away where you can walk or row down the river.
Children and grown-ups will enjoy a day out at Hollow Trees Farm, ten minutes’ drive away at Semer, where you can buy the freshest of produce or join in numerous activities. Kentwell Hall, an impressive Tudor manor house and gardens at Long Melford, offers another excellent day out.
The nearest train station is in Sudbury, from where you can be at London Liverpool Street in an hour and 20 minutes, travelling via Marks Tey. A 20 minute drive to Bury St Edmunds will allow you to connect with the A14 with connections to the Suffolk Coast to the east, Midlands to the west and via the M11 to London to the south.
For families with children and rated by Ofsted as Good, young children can attend Lavenham’s Community Primary School. Under 5 miles away, secondary school children have the choice of Ormiston Sudbury Academy and the Thomas Gainsborough School. For those looking for independent schooling, Brettenham has Old Buckenham Hall and Centre Academy East Anglia, both aunder 20 minutes’ drive away.
Sudbury 6.0 miles
Sudbury Train Station 7.4 miles
Bury St Edmunds 13.0 miles
Colchester 18.0 miles
Ipswich 19.6 miles
Cambridge 41.2 miles
Colchester 31 mins
Chelmsford 43 mins
Ipswich 52 mins
London Liverpool Street 1 hour 19 mins
All travel times and distances are approximate and are courtesy of theaa.com and nationalrail.co.uk
Every property at Indigo Fields has been constructed using modern methods and high quality materials. Light and spacious interiors provide the versatility to suit any lifestyle and the comfort to create the perfect home.
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For further information call 01787 323639.
Melford Road, Lavenham
Suffolk CO10 9SE