Barleyfields, Aspall Road, Debenham, Suffolk, IP14 6PL | New homes for sale | Savills
754 to 1,764 sq ft(70.05 to 163.88 sq m)
Guide price £270,000 -​ £650,000

BarleyfieldsAspall Road, Debenham, Suffolk, IP14 6PL

  • New development

Key features

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  • 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes available
  • Situated on the outskirts of the village of Debenham
  • Designed with energy efficiency in mind
  • Built by Denbury Homes
  • Air source heat pump
  • Ultrafast BT Fibre Broadband
  • Deposit Unlock available on homes up to £833,250
  • Front garden landscaped and turfed

Barleyfields showcases a charming collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes nestled into the bustling Suffolk village of Debenham. SHOW HOME NOW OPEN!

About this property

  • SHOW HOME NOW OPEN!

    Deposit Unlock available on homes up to £833,250

    Barleyfields showcases a charming collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes nestled into the bustling Suffolk village of Debenham.

    Situated on the outskirts of the village and surrounded by stunning field views, Barleyfields offers a thoughtfully designed range of homes comprising of 15 unique layouts, including bungalows and detached houses. With styles and sizes to suit a wide range of buyers, ranging from upsizers, downsizers and first time buyers, Barleyfields is the perfect place to call home.

    Barleyfields is situated in the pretty mid Suffolk village of Debenham, renowned for its charm and character. For a quaint village, Debenham has a surprisingly wide range of amenities, most of which are just a short walk away, with everything you need from a dentist to a vet. The village embraces local produce offering a local butcher and popular greengrocers. In fact, you don't need to leave the village for your shopping. From the local Co-op food store which is open 7-days a week, offering a handy Post Office inside, to the hardware store, eco-shop, or newsagents, your daily needs are well catered for. For larger food shops, there is a wide range of options in nearby Ipswich or Stowmarket.

    The village is home to a highly rated pre-school, primary school, and high school. For independent schooling and within 10 miles, there is Framlingham College Prep School and Framlingham College, providing day and boarding options. For further education, nearby Ipswich has Suffolk New College and the University of Suffolk, offering GCSE subjects to post graduate qualifications including vocational, professional and leisure awards.

    For foodies, there are plenty of places to stop for a coffee, with a popular fish and chip shop and Zeera's Indian Restaurant, with lots of other delicious food choices to discover in the surrounding villages. At nearby Stonham Barns, which is also home to an owl sanctuary and crazy golf course, the Bistro at the Barns provides excellent options for breakfast and lunch including a Sunday roast. Debenham boasts a close-knit community feel with various clubs and events. The Woolpack pub and the Sports and Leisure Centre, with a bar inside, are great places for the community to come together and there is a local library often hosting quizzes and craft workshops.

    Surrounded by rolling countryside, it comes as no surprise that
    Debenham is the perfect place for a country stroll. Barleyfields
    overlooks the Hoppit Woods and Lake, ideal for dog walking and scenic picnics. Debenham is also close to the Mickfield Meadow circular walk and part of the Heart of Suffolk cycle route. Just a short drive away at Helmingham Hall you can explore the gardens and a 400-acre deer park, home to both red and fallow deer. The Hall hosts regular events, including Suffolk Dog Day, Festival of Classic & Sports Cars and the
    popular Illuminated Garden Trail during the festive season.

    While Debenham has everything you could need for everyday life, locality is incredibly accessible thanks to the local bus and road connections. Situated just 14 miles north of central Ipswich and under10 miles to Stowmarket, Debenham is close to the A140 and A14 with links to Norwich, Ipswich, Felixstowe, and the Midlands. For travel by rail, Ipswich and Stowmarket railway stations are on the mainline from Norwich to London Liverpool Street.

    For days out, Debenham is within an hour's drive from the bustling town of Bury St Edmunds and the Norfolk city of Norwich. With so many must-see places to discover such as the Castle Museum and Abbey Gardens, there is also shopping and eating in abundance. Boasting many fine eateries, from independent cafés and bistros to numerous national chains, you'll be spoilt for choice. Barleyfields is also less than 45 minutes away from the striking Suffolk Heritage Coast where you can tuck into famously delicious chips on the Aldebrugh beach or explore the beautiful seaside town of Southwold. Closer to home, and the county town of Suffolk, Ipswich has a stunning waterfront offering alfresco dining overlooking the marina and an excellent range of shops and services. For entertainment, the choice is endless. Featuring two excellent theatres, a dance studio aptly named Dance East, and a variety of clubs and events, Ipswich offers it all.

    A specification of the highest quality

    Kitchens
    Choice of kitchen cupboards and worktops*
    Bosch oven, hob and hood fitted as standard
    Integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher to kitchen of The Jay
    and The Kestrel only
    Granite or Quartz worktop to The Jay and The Kestrel only

    Electrical
    Outside lighting to front and rear
    TV points to living room, study and all bedrooms
    Data points to living room, study and master bedroom
    Burglar alarm with sensors to ground floor
    Mains-wired smoke detector to all homes
    Mains-wired carbon monoxide detectors to all homes with fireplaces
    Downlights to the kitchen/dining, breakfast area, family room, utility and all wet rooms in The Jay and The Kestrel only
    Supply for installation of an electric vehicle charging point to all homes with garages
    Loft light

    Plumbing
    Air source heat pump supplying underfloor heating to all bungalows
    Air source heat pump supplying underfloor heating to ground floor only and thermostatically controlled radiators to upper floor to all two-storey houses
    White Roca Gap sanitaryware throughout with chrome-effect
    mixer taps plus white bath panel
    Outside tap to all gardens
    Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher (in plots without
    integrated appliances)

    Joinery
    Moulded skirting and architraves
    Four-panel internal doors with matching chrome-effect handles
    Timber double-glazed windows throughout
    Timber staircase painted white
    Fitted wardrobes included
    Coved cornicing

    Tiling
    Kitchen - choice of Porcelanosa wall tiles between worktop and
    wall cupboards*
    Kitchen and utility - choice of Porcelanosa floor tiles*
    Bathroom - choice of Porcelanosa wall tiles at half-height all round*
    En-suite - choice of Porcelanosa wall tiles at full height to shower cubicle with splashback above hand basin*
    En-suite with bath - choice of Porcelanosa wall tiles at full height to shower cubicle and half height
    all round*
    Cloakroom - choice of Porcelanosa wall tiles to splashback above hand basin*

    Other items
    Front garden landscaped and turfed
    Rear garden cleared, rotavated and topsoiled
    All internal walls painted Dulux Swansdown
    Natural Riven paving slabs to paths and patios
    Ultrafast BT Fibre Broadband to all plots**

    *Choice available subject to stage of construction.
    This specification is only meant as a guide, some items
    may vary from plot to plot.
    **Depending on connectivity and provider
    post completion please check with Sales Consultant for
    further details. Photographs depict previous Denbury
    Homes developments.

    *Terms and Conditions apply, please speak to a Sales Consultant for more information

A truly beautiful development in a wonderful village which is full of local amenities. Built to the usual high standards which Denbury Homes deliver time and time again.

Max TurnerProperty agent

Additional information

  • Predicted Energy Assessment - B Rating
  • Council Tax - Yet to be determined by the Local Authority
  • Estate Charge - £195 per year
  • Some images are computer generated
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: TBC