Hopkins & Moore, part of award-winning Hopkins Group, is set to unveil a brand new development in Lavenham (CO10 9SR) on Saturday 31st October.
The development, Indigo Fields, is an exclusive collection of two, three and four-bedroom homes situated in the beautiful Suffolk village of Lavenham, near Sudbury.
At the launch event, potential homebuyers will have the opportunity to find out more about the stunning development, discover the buying schemes available and speak to the Hopkins & Moore sales team. The eagerly anticipated event is expected to be busy, so to ensure safety, visitors are requested to book appointments in advance.
The expertly designed and fully furnished show home being revealed is The Wensum – a stylish four-bedroom family home with large living room and a spacious eat-in kitchen/dining room, perfect for entertaining guests.
Upstairs, The Wensum continues to impress with an en-suite shower room included in the master bedroom.
Sara Raven, Sales and Marketing Manager at Hopkins & Moore said: “At Hopkins & Moore, we pride ourselves on creating exceptional properties with character and timeless appeal, with Indigo Fields being no exception.
“The carefully designed homes at Indigo Fields are testament to the passion for exceptional quality at the heart of everything we do, with each property skilfully crafted to the evolving demands of modern lifestyles.
“There are properties to suit all stages of life from first-time buyers, to growing families and downsizers so I encourage those interested, to visit the development and secure your perfect home.”
Due to Covid-19, The Hopkins Group has put in place, and had independently verified, a detailed set of measures to protect staff and customers.
Lavenham is a charming medieval village, situated in the heart of the stunning Suffolk countryside. The village includes a Post Office, convenience stores, butchers, delicatessen, pharmacy, restaurants and a local library.
For families with children and rated by Ofsted as Good, young children can attend Lavenham’s Community Primary School. Under five miles away, secondary school children have the choice of Ormiston Sudbury Academy and the Thomas Gainsborough School.
The nearest train station is in Sudbury, from where you can be at London Liverpool Street in an hour and 20 minutes. A 20-minute drive to Bury St Edmunds will allow you to join the A14, offering transport links that connect the village to the rest of the country.
Call the site’s Sales Consultant to book your appointment for the launch event on 07393 013075. Visits are then by appointment only from Thursday through to Monday, 10am to 5pm and can be easily placed online using the online booking system at the Indigo Fields development page on the Hopkins Homes website – www.hopkinshomes.co.uk