Luxury houses for sale in Sudbury
22 November 2010
What type of house you live in says a lot about your personality – whether you prefer a city centre apartment, a townhouse, a bungalow or even a country pile, your choice gives away tell-tell signs about how you spend your time at home and how you like to relax.
At Charles Church’s luxury Sudbury development, The Priory, the company has noted a trend among two distinct purchaser groups interested in two of the company’s designs.
Jon Gibbs, sales director for Charles Church, states: “Our three bedroom Cardigan housetype has been a popular choice among families who love to socialise together and with friends as the property includes a large kitchen with informal breakfast area and a spacious lounge with French doors to enable them to entertain outside.
“Meanwhile our beautiful five bedroom Brookland housetype is appealing to those who enjoy both formal spaces and the ability to escape the hustle and bustle of family life as the design incorporates a separate dining room and a number of the bedrooms will easily accommodate a double bed or a single and space for a desk or sofa.”
The Cardigan design is currently priced from £187,000 while the five bedroom Brookland is available from £299,950.
Jon concludes: “We Charles Church we take great pride in offering a superior selection of housetypes to suit the needs and requirements of local househunters, and I believe this is certainly the case at The Priory as we continue to sell to a great number of Sudbury purchasers all looking for a special abode to call home.”
To give interested parties an insight into how these houses for sale in Sudbury will look, Charles Church has created a Brookland and a Cardigan viewhome, which will be available to view at the end of the month.
The Priory is situated in the desirable Long Melford side of Sudbury, enabling residents to take advantage of the town’s amenities and facilities including a number of local and high street shops. The development is perfectly situated for commuters as Colchester and Bury St Edmunds are just over 15 miles away. London’s Liverpool Street Station is also just an hour’s train ride away.