An attractive traditional country garden has been specially designed to offer inspiration. The garden at Elmside Lea, a Hopkins Homes development, in Walsham le Willows, Suffolk will be open for public viewing at this year’s Walsham le Willows Open Garden Weekend which is being held on Sunday 30th August and Bank Holiday Monday 31st August from 11am – 6pm.
Whether you’re looking for an investment opportunity or just be centrally located for easy access to the city’s array of amenities it’s your last chance to purchase a traditional three bedroom house in the heart of the city at the exceptional Hopkins Homes development Prospect Place.
Hopkins Homes, East Anglia’s award-winning developer is continuing to build upon its exceptional first quarter performance where the company achieved double the number of sales agreed in the first three months of the year compared to the total sales agreed across the previous three quarters making a great start to 2009.
Jamie Howe, site manager at Hopkins Homes’ development Albany Place in Ipswich, has been named a ‘Quality Award Winner’ in the coveted NHBC (National House Building Council) Pride in the Job Awards for 2009. This is an outstanding achievement as only around 400 winners are selected from over 18,000 entrants across the country and sends out a clear message to homebuyers that the homes are built to an exceptional standard.
Hopkins Homes recognises the importance of supporting the local community and especially so in the current difficult economic climate. The company proudly continues to demonstrate this commitment by again being main sponsors of the Luxurious Lifestyle pavilion for the third consecutive year at the Suffolk Show 2009.
Signs the property market might be improving. Recent market reports are showing that it’s not all ‘doom and gloom’ for the property sector; Mortgage lending increased in March 2009 by 16%*, house prices increased by 0.9%** and house buying reached its highest level since May 2008***
Early May Bank Holiday weekend (Saturday 2nd May) is the opening of a quite unordinary show apartment at the magnificent development known as ‘The Grange’ in Woodbridge, Suffolk. The sensitive conversion of the former 'Melton Grange Hotel' overseen by English Heritage into six individual exclusive luxury homes is a beautiful creation between building construction and interior design.
HOMES FIT FOR A PRIME MINISTER. Just over one hour commute to London at Manningtree on the Suffolk/Essex borders a grand private mansion which was once the workplace of the former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, dating back to 1796 has been restored and converted into six luxury apartments.
The beautiful village of Papworth Everard located in the heart of Cambridgeshire offers the perfect work life balance. St. Augustine’s, Hopkins Homes’ development gives the opportunity to own a stunning property, many with stunning views of the grounds surrounding Papworth Hall, and providing easy access to the A1, A14 and A11 road networks.
WHERE HAVE ALL THE TOWNHOUSES GONE? New build townhouses in the centre of Norwich have become a rare sighting in recent months with fewer and fewer being built while apartments take their place. Hopkins Homes East Anglia’s largest house builder is currently the only developer building new build townhouses in the centre of Norwich providing a rare opportunity to purchase a three storey home with private outside space in a central location.