Situated in the village of Badingham The Meadows, Mill Road will consist of just ten well appointed, and beautifully finished new houses designed to suit couples and families alike, there is a mixture of 2,3 and 4 bedroom houses all finished to a high specification designed for contemporary living with gorgeous views over open pasture and farmland.
The focal point of any home is the kitchen, which have all been designed to blend contemporary design with practical convenience, with a comprehensive range of integral appliances making entertaining and daily life a pleasure. Bathrooms and en-suites are equally well appointed featuring quality sanitary ware, tiling and fittings.
Badingham itself lies in the beautiful Alde valley in rural Suffolk and is a small village with a close community surrounded by open farmland and a well-regarded Public House, The White Horse a 15th century coaching inn with open fires, pan tiled floors and exposed beams, serving real ales and home cooked food and a lovely little shop and café serving delicious cream teas and homemade cakes. Badingham has a playschool, a well-established nursery offering quality childcare for children from three months to five years old.
The historic market town of Framlingham is located three miles north east of the village and is the home of the famous “Castle on the hill” and a range of independent shops, boutiques, artisan cafes, pubs and restaurants. Badingham is within the catchment area of the highly regarded Thomas Mills High School and Framlingham College, a top independent senior and prep school. Framlingham has been a market town since 1825 and still holds a twice-weekly market on Tuesdays and Saturdays. This bustling market atmosphere spreads out from Framlingham’s market hill through a web of charming streets. Located Five miles North West is the market town of Saxmundham. The town benefits from a train station providing rail links to Lowerstoft and London Liverpool Street via Ipswich, good access to the A12 and further shops including Waitrose and Tesco. The Suffolk coast is a 50 mile stretch of heritage coastline and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty as well as being a wildlife lover’s paradise and photographers dream is one of the best places to visit and live if you love food, seaside life and world-class culture. The towns and villages on The Suffolk Coast are wonderfully varied. Orford is a tiny fishing village that possesses an unexpected bounty of foodie delights and a depth of folklore surrounding its unique castle. Dunwich is one of The Suffolk’s Coast smallest villages, yet it opens out onto an expanse of kaleidoscope heathland rich with wildlife. Located on the River Deben Woodbridge the gem in Suffolk’s crown is a quaint essential town provides a bustling independent Thoroughfare and is a popular destination for boat enthusiasts and home to the iconic working Tide Mill