Stunning new development opens in the Suffolk village of Somersham.
Hopkins & Moore, part of the award-winning Hopkins Group, is inviting potential buyers to the launch of its latest development, Lark Grove in Somersham on Saturday 5th June.
Lark Grove is an exclusive collection of 42 new two, three and four-bedroom homes, each with the personality, character, style and individuality for which Hopkins & Moore is renowned.
The special launch event will give visitors the chance to view plans for the development and visit a distinguished Hopkins & Moore show home, as well as be amongst the very first to snap up one of the first available homes.
The fully furnished show home being revealed is The Langford, a Georgian style four-bedroom home with a garage and parking. On the ground floor, the central hallway gives access to the kitchen/breakfast area and utility, separate dining room, living room complete with woodburning stove, and French doors onto the rear garden.
Upstairs boasts four large bedrooms, each with fitted wardrobes, an en-suite shower room to the master and a family bathroom.
Monika Hanlon, Group Sales and Marketing Director at Hopkins & Moore, said: “We couldn’t be more pleased to welcome potential buyers to Somersham for a closer look at our plans and expertly designed show home.
“Each home at the development is inspired by the housebuilding traditions of the past and includes distinctive traditional materials, as well as high-end appliances and the finest finishing touches.
“If you would like to find out more about Lark Grove or be one of the very first to snap up a stylish new home, please book an appointment online. Our expert sales team will be on hand to help guide you through everything you need to know, right from your first enquiry through to the day you collect your keys.”
In line with the latest Government guidance, both Hopkins & Moore and Hopkins Homes’ show homes and sales offices are Covid-secure environments and require all visitors to pre-book an appointment.
Somersham is a thriving Suffolk village, situated just six miles away from the county town of Ipswich. The village is the perfect place to call home and boasts a community shop offering everyday essentials, a busy pub, hair salon and playing field, complete with pavilion and childrens’ play area.
Being so close to Ipswich means you are easily connected to the A14 and A12 for travel to the Midlands to the west and London to the South and the Suffolk Heritage Coast is within a 30 minute drive. Ipswich train station has regular ongoing services to London, Norwich and Cambridge.