Building on the success of 2016, award-winning developer Hopkins Homes is this year expecting to launch 11 new developments across the East Anglian region; giving house hunters a host of locations to choose from for that new home in 2017.
Lee Barnard, Sales & Marketing Director at Hopkins Homes said: "As a Suffolk based housebuilder we are well acquainted with the character of the villages and communities across our region. "We pride ourselves on designing and building beautiful homes which enhance these communities and are excited both about progress at our current developments and those we will be launching this year."
Existing Hopkins Homes developments of Prospect Place in Framlingham and Priors' Grange in Saxmundham continue to prove extremely popular with buyers with each offering carefully designed collections of new homes which complement and enrich the choice of housing available in these historic market towns close to the famous Suffolk coastline.
The marketing suites and fully furnished show homes are open from Thursday through to Monday 10am - 5pm.
Following the launch of the show home in November last year there is also a range of homes available at the Hopkins & Moore development, The Heathers, in Wenhaston. This exclusive development of just 27 homes has a range of sizes and styles available from two-bedroomed bungalows and semi-detached houses to larger terraced, linked and detached styles.
The stunning show home, in a style known as The Hyacinth, is a substantial four-bedroomed detached house which has been beautifully furnished to give potential buyers the chance to see how their new home might look.
A little later this year the Lark Park development will be launched in Needham Market. Lark Park, off Ipswich Road, will offer 265 new homes in a wide range of sizes and styles carefully selected to create a self-sustaining community within this thriving village.
Many of the new and existing Hopkins Homes and Hopkins & Moore developments are wihin easy reach of major transport links giving buyers the opportunity to enjoy life in the idyllic countryside whilst still being able to commute to work in the larger towns and cities.
If you are looking to move further afield there are a number of developments in Norfolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire and show homes are open across East Anglia so that visitors can get a real feel for the build quality and superior finish of a Hopkins home.
Hopkins Homes has an enviable reputation for building high quality homes of distinction with character and individual style and has won numerous awards at both national and local levels including the Sunday Times British Homes Awards Housebuilder Awards, What House Awards, Housing Design Awards and the Building Excellence Awards.
In 2015 the company launched the Hopkins Homes Building Communities Fund. The fund is a £250,000 endowment that provides individual grants of up to £2,000 to charities and community causes. The second round of grants announced during 2016 saw more than £12,000 being donated to causes including Halesworth Volunteer Centre, Friends of Thomas Wolsey School and REACH community projects.