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Ballingdon Meadows – Sudbury – Suffolk |

You simply couldn’t ask for a better location than The Meadows, Bulmer Road, Sudbury! It has everything you and your family need with a good primary school right on your doorstep and a secondary school nearby. It’s also just sixteen miles from Colchester, Bury St Edmunds & Braintree by road and 50 and 70 minutes by rail from Stansted Airport and London, Liverpool Street respectively.

This stunning development of 2 and 3 bedroom family homes situated close to Sudbury enjoys a delightful rural setting nestled between the rolling meadows surrounding the River Stour.  The Meadows is a Prestige development of 43 new homes designed to appeal to a variety of purchasers, including first-time buyers, professionals and families with fantastic views across the River Stour and additional large open-space community space for all residents to enjoy.  Designed to be in keeping with the surrounding area taking a mixture of brickwork, renders and weatherboard to maintain the Sudbury look and feel.

Each home is completed to the highest standards and offers a quality specification, with optional upgrades available.

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From £215,000 To £300,000

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Sudbury is an ancient market town full of evocative memories. It was the birthplace of Gainsborough one of England's greatest painters, whose former home still stands and is open for you to look around, Sudbury is a town filled with heritage, boasting fine examples of Georgian, Victorian and medieval timber-framed architecture. It’s also home to a wealth of pubs nearly all of which will be serving Maldons beer, this award winning beer has been brewed in Sudbury since the year 1795 , coffee shops, wine bars, restaurants and takeaways; a twice-weekly town market and occasional French or Italian Sunday markets. You can also enjoy live music, films, art exhibitions and plays at the wonderful Quay Theatre.

A short distance out of the town standing on the peaceful banks of the Stour you can see a gently turning 16ft mill wheel at the side of Hotel Elizabeth. The wheel is powered by the water of the Stour.  Also accessible from the town centre, King’s Meadow, the Croft and Belle Vue Park are popular with residents and visitors for walking, picnicking and relaxing.

For families, there are a number of well-regarded schools in the local area, including Woodhall Community Primary and Wells Hall Community Primary schools for younger pupils and Ormiston Sudbury Academy for secondary age students. West Suffolk College also has a centre in the town and offers a range of apprenticeships, vocational and academic courses.

These new homes in Sudbury are ideally situated for commuting to nearby towns, such as Colchester, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich, as well as London. Major roads nearby include the A131, connecting with nearby Halstead and Braintree, and the A134, linking Sudbury with Bury St Edmunds, Thetford, Colchester and King’s Lynn.

Regular train services run from Sudbury Railway Station to Marks Tey in Essex, for connections to London Liverpool Street, Chelmsford, Colchester, Ipswich and Norwich.

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