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Eagerly anticipated development launches in Halesworth

 Visitors to the launch of this exceptional new development will be able to view Blyth Vale's stunning show home which has been fully furnished by interior design experts. The marketing suite will also be open and potential buyers can talk to the experienced sales consultants, learn more about the various buying schemes available and be amongst the very first to be able to reserve one of the brand new stylish homes.

The development, situated off Hill Farm Road, consists of an exceptional range of one to four-bedroom traditional houses and two and three-bedroom bungalows.

Lee Barnard, Sales & Marketing Director at Hopkins Homes, said: "We are looking forward to welcoming potential buyers to Blyth Vale and having the opportunity to show them the range of styles and designs that have been carefully created to provide homes that are full of character whilst fulfilling the needs of modern lifestyles.

"Our expert sales consultants will be on hand to answer any questions about the properties released for reservation and guide visitors through the various buying schemes available to them."

Blyth Vale is located in the charming historic market town of Halesworth, nestled in stunning countryside and with the famous Suffolk Heritage Coast, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, a short drive way.  This thriving market town offers everything you need in terms of amenities, including a post office, pharmacy, library and an abundance of shops, cafes and restaurants as well as a primary school and a weekly outdoor market.

The quintessential seaside towns of Southwold, Walberswick, Thorpness and Aldeburgh are all easily reached via the nearby A12, the main route through East Suffolk, and offers superby connections either north to Norwich or south to Ipswich, where it links to the A14 through to Cambridge and the Midlands, or continues south to London. Halesworth also benefits from its own rail station, providing an easy commute to Ipswich and Norwich. London Liverpool Street can be raeched in a fraction over 2 hours.

Blyth Vale will open at 10am on Saturday 14th March.