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Barrow Green: Launch of new homes site on Saturday April 5

17:08 04 April 2014

The Limes, Barrow Green from Hopkins Homes, cgi

The Limes, Barrow Green from Hopkins Homes, cgi

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New homes in a popular West Suffolk village

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Hopkins Homes development at The Limes, Barrow Green, Suffolk, is launching on Saturday, when a fully-furnished show home and marketing suite will be open.

The Limes is an exclusive new development set within an idyllic rural location.

It comprises one, two, three and four bedroom semi-detached and detached houses, and two bedroom coach houses; all designed to combine traditional style with modern technology to provide excellent new homes for the 21st century.

The development is less than six miles north of Bury St Edmunds and just under 25 miles, or approximately 33 minutes by road, from Cambridge. Surrounded by fields and woodlands, historic Barrow has a charming village green at its heart. There are a host of convenient local amenities such as shops, a post office and traditional country inn. The village is also home to the Barrow CEVC Primary school, rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.

The show home and marketing suite will be open on Saturday; or, for further information contact the enquiry line on 01394 446860 or visit www.hopkinshomes.co.uk

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