Stunning new homes in the Suffolk countryside


Extract from County Life Magazine, December 2022:

County Life Magazines | Putting Your County On The Map

Suffolk is renowned for its natural beauty with an abundance of countryside walks and 50 miles of beautiful coastline, including award-winning beaches Aldeburgh and Southwold.

Leading five-star housing developer Lovell has a selection of stunning new build semi-rural countryside developments in the heart of Suffolk for people looking to enjoy peaceful village life, whilst being located close to town and city amenities and excellent transport links.

All Saints Green has recently launched in the picturesque mid-Suffolk village of Stradbroke with a stunning collection of two, three and four bedroom houses, and two and three bedroom bungalows. It is all about the beautiful location here and community feel with public footpaths for rural walks with beautiful views.

Mandy Allen, sales executive for Stradbroke for Lovell in East Anglia, said: “Stradbroke has so much to offer and is surrounded by stunning countryside but has fantastic transport links to London, Ipswich and Norwich. I relocated a few years ago from Kent to Stradbroke and fell in love with Suffolk and its quieter pace of life, community feel, open spaces and places to walk our dog. There’s a lovely village vibe and community here in Stradbroke. It has a butchers, bakery, spa, leisure centre and community centre, doctors and a lovely pub called The Ivy House.  This site really is in a fantastic location in the village and our stunning homes are perfect for young professionals, growing families or those looking to downsize. We’ve also got fibre broadband, ideal for people working from home.”

Lovell also has homes available now in Norfolk, including at St Edmund’s Park in the market town of Acle at the gateway to the Norfolk Broads National Park, as well as William’s Park in the popular bustling market town of Wymondham.

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