4 bedroom town house for saleThe Halt, Lavenham
- Brand New Family Home
- 4 Bedrooms
- Ensuite Shower Room
- Lounge & Garden Room
- Ground Floor WC
- Front & Rear Gardens
- Garage & Parking
LIVING ROOM 19' 7" x 11' 8" (5.97m x 3.56m) Maximum Room Measurements.
KITCHEN DINING ROOM 19' 1" x 9' 2" (5.82m x 2.79m)
GARDEN ROOM 19' 1" x 7' 2" (5.82m x 2.18m)
BEDROOM 1 21' 2">15'1" x 10' 9" (6.45m>4.6m x 3.28m)
BEDROOM 2 12' 2" x 11' 4" (3.71m x 3.45m)
BEDROOM 3 12' 8" x 10' 1" (3.86m x 3.07m)
BEDROOM 4 9' 5" x 8' 8" (2.87m x 2.64m)
PLEASE NOTE Measurements are approximate and images are taken of the show home and not of the individual plot.
THE SITE Once one of the wealthiest places in the country, Lavenham was famous for its blue cloth exported across Europe and further afield. Today, whilst retaining its quaint and idyllic character, the village is a flourishing community that enjoys a rich abundance of boutique shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants.
With over 320 historically significant buildings you will never lose sight of Lavenham's medieval roots. However, the community has moved with the times and the village offers everything you need for today's modern lifestyle. Offering a wide range of essential amenities such as a pharmacy (incorporating a Post office counter), newsagent, butcher, two Co-op stores and other specialist shops - all your needs are catered for within Lavenham's picture-postcard High Street and neighbouring quaint side streets.
If you are looking for somewhere to relax and immerse yourself within the local community, then step into one of the many traditional pubs or eateries that Lavenham and the surrounding areas have to offer. The Swan for example, at the heart of the village, is a stunning 15th century hotel and restaurant that is renowned for its food and service, whilst the fine cuisine at the Great house on the market square has enjoyed accolades for many years and is a frim favourite within the area. Alternatively try The Angel, renovated and managed by Michelin star winning chef Marco Pierre White.
Lavenham's famous Guildhall, a National Trust property which offers events all year round and nearby Little Hall both provide reminders of the village's former wealth and prosperity, brought about predominantly by the wool cloth trade. The 15th century church of St Peter and St Paul is one of the finest parish churches in Suffolk, high on the hill looking out across the village.
For families, the village is well served for educational needs, with Lavenham Country Primary School catering for the 5-11 age group and feeding into secondary schools at Stoke-By-Nayland, Sudbury, Great Cornard and Bury St Edmunds.
The village sits in an enviable location deep in the Suffolk countryside and is easily accessible by road from nearby Hadleigh, Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury. All are a short drive away and offer a host of further amenities such as the Arc Shopping Centre in Bury and Waitrose in Sudbury. Frequent bus services operate from the village enabling easy visits to the larger market towns close by or the pretty surrounding villages such as Chelsworth, Long Melford, Great and Little Waldingfield.
For additional information on the vibrant village of Lavenham, including places to eat, things to do, local businesses and what's on throughout the year, visit www. discoverlavenham.co.uk There is even a Smartphone App you can download.
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