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All 180 homes on Mill Heath development in Martlesham are now sold

PUBLISHED: 17:20 16 June 2017 | UPDATED: 17:42 16 June 2017

A cgi of the Mill Heath development by Bloor Homes, which has sold out

A cgi of the Mill Heath development by Bloor Homes, which has sold out

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The final residents have moved in at a new housing development in Martlesham.

Bloor Homes has completed construction work on the final plots at its Mill Heath development where all 180 homes are now sold and occupied.

Mill Heath comprises a range of two, three, four and five-bedroom high specification properties, which are conveniently positioned only two miles away from Woodbridge and six miles from Ipswich.

Work began on site in July 2014 with the first residents moving in to their homes in December 2014.

Monika Hanlon, regional sales director for Bloor Homes Eastern, said: “We are delighted to welcome the final residents into their homes at a new development, and we are pleased that Mill Heath is now fully occupied.

“The development has transformed the site into an attractive and vibrant neighbourhood of quality homes and community spirit.

“Although all the homes at Mill Heath have been snapped up, there is still an opportunity for house hunters to secure their dream home in a peaceful setting in Suffolk at our nearby Thurmans Grove development in Trimley St Mary.”

Located within beautiful countryside a stone’s throw from the Suffolk coast, Thurmans Grove offers contemporary modern family living.

Benefiting from good transport links, Thurmans Grove is a short drive away from Felixstowe and Ipswich.

There are currently two four-bedroom homes priced at £356,995 and £359,995 for sale in Thurmans Grove.

New two, three and four-bedroom properties including bungalows will be released soon.

2 comments

  • Whoopie doo! ....and why is this news worthy?

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    Scuzzer

    Friday, June 16, 2017

  • These houses aren't exactly affordable and I do wonder how many were flogged off as BTL "investments" before the construction company even broke ground.

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    Captain Z

    Friday, June 16, 2017

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