An exclusive development in Sudbury
St Leonard’s is a unique collection of twelve individually planned homes, just a short walk from the centre of Sudbury.
Featuring traditional character and stylish, high specification interiors, the development sits on the former site of St Leonard’s Hospital on Newton Road. Opened in 1867 and originally a maternity hospital, it served the community for over 100 years before closing its doors to the public in 2007.
Derelict since 2014, there had been talk of demolishing the imposing Victorian building until established local developers, Hartog Hutton, acquired the site in 2017. The development comprises a large one-bedroom flat, two two-bedroom detached cottages, six three-bedroom houses and three four-bedroom homes.
Launching this weekend, plots 1, 2 and 3 are a trio of showstopping three and four bedroom homes which originally formed the Victorian wing of the hospital. With period features, high ceilings and striking architecture, these family homes present a rare opportunity to live within a luxurious enclave in the town centre.
Sam Thornton, Associate Partner at Fenn Wright commented “With six properties sold and two under offer, St Leonard’s is proving a popular development. I have worked with Hartog Hutton over the years and these new homes and sympathetic regeneration are a great addition to the Sudbury property market. If you are looking to purchase your next home in this highly desirable part of Suffolk, I would recommend a viewing.”
Finished to a high standard, you will find quality craftsmanship throughout and period features are brought to life surrounded by creative contemporary finishes. Designed by Maplebank Interiors and featuring integrated appliances, the fully-fitted kitchens provide the ideal space for entertaining family and friends.
Plot 3, St Leonard’s Drive, is a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom property in the original building.
Sudbury is a thriving market town centred around Market Hill and historic St Peter’s Church, in fact you will find the Fenn Wright office there too. The town offers a cosmopolitan feel with some excellent pubs, restaurants and wine bars as well as a great selection of high street and independent shops.
The surrounding area, made famous by Constable and Gainsborough, really is idyllic and offers a broad range of recreational activities from which to enjoy the scenery.
Plots 1, 2, 3 and 8 launch this weekend – if you would like to arrange a viewing, please get in touch on 01787 327000 or make a quick enquiry