Award-winning housebuilder, Crest Nicholson will launch its brand-new development in Elmswell, this summer. Located near the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds, St John’s Mead will comprise an exclusive collection of 108 two, three and four bedroom homes.
St John’s Mead offers a range of homes, ideal for families, downsizers and first-time buyers. Homebuyers can enjoy a semi-rural village setting, whilst also benefiting from excellent transport links. The homes will be traditional in style, complementing the surrounding environment and offering a variety of house types, with many featuring attractive weather boarding, bay windows and door canopy detailing.
Set amongst distinct tree lined roads, St John’s Mead residents will also enjoy a new community parkland and green space on the site.
Annette Cole, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson Eastern, comments: “We are delighted to be launching St John’s Mead in the beautiful village of Elmswell. The development is perfect for families and downsizers, who would like the peace and quiet of a village setting whilst also having a range of amenities and facilities within walking distance. For first time buyers or purchasers looking for an additional helping hand, we will also be offering the Help to Buy scheme on many of the properties, meaning only a five percent deposit is needed to buy.
“We have already had a lot of interest in the development, so recommend potential purchasers get in touch as soon as possible to register their interest for their new home at St John’s Mead.”
Known for its strong community spirit, Elmswell is a thriving village in Suffolk. Residents at St John’s Mead will enjoy a variety of amenities on their doorstep, including a Co-op, two pubs, library, post office, playing fields and a cricket and football club. Families will also be well placed with Elmswell Primary School, Little Elms Pre-School and Street Farm Day Nursery all within walking distance of the development and rated by Ofsted as ‘Outstanding’ or ‘Good’.
Ideal for commuters, Elmswell railway station is under a 15 minute walk from the development, offering direct trains to Bury St Edmunds in just 13 minutes, Ipswich in 24 minutes and Cambridge in under an hour. Residents will also be well connected by road, with the A14 just a short drive from the development and linking to surrounding towns.
Guide prices at St John’s Mead start from £260,000, with many of the homes available with the Help to Buy scheme. For more information, or to register your interest please visit https://www.crestnicholson.com/developments/st-johns-mead/ or call 01277 693265.