Demand for family homes in the East of England is continuing to rise despite the current housing market slowdown*. Testament to this is the success of Hopkins Homes’ development, Blyth Place in Reydon, near Southwold, where just four four-bedroom townhouses remain for sale. Claire Richards, Head of Sales & Marketing, Hopkins Homes, comments: “We are continuing to see good levels of interest across all of our sites, particularly from families looking for quality, well designed properties in desirable locations. Blyth Place has proved extremely popular thanks to its proximity to popular Southwold and the variety of attractively designed properties on offer. There are now only four townhouses remaining for sale. “These spacious properties offer over 1,300 sq ft of living space spread across three storeys. The layout is perfect for a growing family, with the ground floor comprising an open plan kitchen / breakfast / utility room and separate dining room, something which is becoming more popular as traditional family mealtimes come back into favour. Each of these properties also has a private garden and a garage, as well as a second off-street parking space.“ Blyth Place comprises 28 three and four bedroom family houses, located off Wangford Road in Reydon, Suffolk. Each of the different house designs has been inspired by the local Suffolk vernacular architecture, with a range of exterior finishes including traditional red and yellow brickwork and crisp buttermilk render combining to create an elegant streetscape. Internally, the traditional craftsmanship and contemporary fixtures and fittings are of the high standards synonymous with Hopkins Homes. Purchasers can choose from a range of fully fitted custom built kitchens and work surfaces, subject to stage of construction. Bathrooms are fitted with chic white sanitary ware with chrome fixtures and fittings. Prices for four bedroom townhouses are start from £324,995. For sales information contact the marketing suite on telephone: 01502 724196 or visit: *Savills ENDS For press information contact Tamzen Waker or Becca Potter at Sky Communications International Telephone: 020 7385 6999 or email: