New homes on the way in popular Long Melford
Weaver’s Tye is a thoughtfully designed collection of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes that connects contemporary living with quality design and spectacular surroundings; all perfectly set within Suffolk’s glorious countryside and close to the Essex border.
Lee Barnard, sales and marketing director at Hopkins Homes said: “We’re delighted to welcome buyers to the launch of Weaver’s Tye in Long Melford, which was recently voted within the top ten most beautiful places to live in Suffolk. Visitors will find a huge range of styles and sizes available, offering something to suit everyone from first time buyers to growing famileis and those looking to downsize. These carefully chosen house types, sizes and styles reflect our commitment to building beautiful homes that blend effortlessly with the surrounding architecture and the communities they become a part off.”
Weaver’s Tye offers a selection of cottages, bungalows and family homes. Each property has been built to stand the test of time, creating homes that can be enjoyed by generations to come. Long Melford is surrounded by rolling fields and has stunning historical architecture, with the convenience of nearby independent boutiques, a butcher’s shop, doctors surgery, pharmacy and fine restaurants. The nearby market town of Sudbury provides a wide range of facilites including department store, supermarkets and a twice weekly market for fresh local produce. Long Melford has a choice of local schools including Woodhall Primary School in Sudbury as well as Wells Hall Primary School and Acton CoE Primary School. For older children there are two secondary schools with sixth forms in Sudbury: Ormiston Sudbury Academy and Thomas Gainsborough School.