Hopkins Homes - The Heathers, IP19
An outstanding collection of stylish new homes in the rural idyll of Wenhaston in Suffolk
When you choose a home created by Hopkins & Moore, you can rest assured that your new property is built to stand the test of time. We pride ourselves on designing, building and finishing homes to the very highest standards; indeed, we are well respected by industry peers and customers alike for our exquisite attention to detail.
The homes at The Heathers are no exception. These elegant two, three and four bedroom properties have been carefully designed to provide light and spacious living whilst creating homes that complement their picturesque Suffolk location.
Close to The Heathers, you’ll find a village hall, shop and sub-post office; while St Peter’s Church is home to the Wenhaston Doom. This 16th Century panel painting, which depicts the Last Day of Judgement, was rediscovered some 300 years after its creation and is an extremely rare piece of artwork. Also close to home is the traditional village pub - The Star Inn; well known for excellent home cooking using local seasonal produce. Meanwhile, amenities such as a doctor’s surgery, dental practice, supermarket, shops and a number of pubs can be found in nearby Halesworth, just a ten-minute drive away. You’ll also find the Halesworth Golf Club, which is set in 190 acres of countryside within close proximity. The glorious coastal town of Southwold is 13 minutes away by car, offering a plethora of things to see and do. These include its famous pier, the Adnams brewery and its selection of welcoming independent boutiques.
The Heathers is served by Wenhaston Primary School which is within easy walking distance. Alternatively, there is the Edgar Sewter Primary School in Halesworth or the independent St Felix School in Southwold, six miles away. Older pupils are catered for at Bungay High School, 11 miles away, or Thomas Mills High School in Framlingham which is 16 miles away.
The village of Wenhaston benefits from a number of bus routes running through its lanes, with services to Halesworth, Southwold and Aldeburgh amongst other local destinations. Ten minutes away by car is Halesworth Railway Station with a southbound connection to Ipswich, providing direct links to Colchester and London Liverpool Street and a northbound connection to Lowestoft, from where you can journey to Norwich. Your new home is just five minutes from the A12, taking you to Ipswich, Colchester, Chelmsford and London. For travel abroad, your nearest airport is Norwich International, which is around 35 miles away from The Heathers.