Red House Drive, Ashbocking, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP6 9FH | New homes for sale | Savills
1,288 to 2,045 sq ft(119.66 to 189.99 sq m)
Asking price £599,995 -​ £850,000(€684,121 -​ €969,179)

Red House DriveAshbocking, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP6 9FH

  • New development

Key features

  • Small development of only 4 houses
  • 3 to 4 bedroom detached homes
  • Located in the quaint village of Ashbocking
  • Countryside views
  • 10 years build warranty with Advantage
  • Predicted energy assessment – B rating
  • Air source heat pump to all plots

An exclusive collection of four 3 to 4 bedroom detached homes situated in the quaint village of Ashbocking.

About this property

  • Savills is proud to welcome The Courtyard. A small development located in Ashbocking which comprises of a collection of five thoughtfully designed homes, seamlessly integrated into the existing fabric of the village. The architecture pays homage to traditional English aesthetics, with a modern twist that ensures each plot stands out as a stylish and inviting home.

    As you approach the small development you are greeted by landscaped gardens creating an inviting atmosphere. The attention to detail extends to the exterior facades of the properties, showcasing a harmonious blend of materials, such as red brick, wicker fencing and sleek contemporary finishes.

    Step inside these new homes and you'll find a seamless fusion of modern living spaces and functional design. The interiors are characterized by open plan layouts, allowing natural light to flood in and create an airy ambiance. High ceilings and large windows provide a sense of spaciousness, while carefully selected fixtures and finishes contribute to an overall feeling of elegance and quality.


    Designed by Architects Project Orange forming part of a unique and extraordinary 5-house new development.

    Timber frame with part brick and part larch cladding. Galvanised rainwater goods under a clay tile roof.

    Heated by air source heat pump and pressurised hot water system. Calex lighting in the main areas with additional led downlights and backlit mirrors.

    Larch clad electric up and over garage doors, electric car point.


    Engineered oak floor to main ground floor areas.
    Painted dulux white throughout.
    Natural slate flooring and wall tiles to bathrooms and cloakroom.


    Howdens shaker kitchen with bespoke white quartz worksurfaces, butler sink.
    AEG kitchen appliances to the main units

    High efficiency air source heat pump
    Underfloor heating to ground floor, radiators to first floor.
    Electric towels rails that are individually controlled


    Burlington and sanitary ware cabinetry throughout.
    Natural slate tiled floors and walls with secondary underfloor heating.

    Landscape designed by David Forrester Walker
    Seeded rear lawn, part wall, part willow fencing
    Front lawn to be sown with wild flower grass mix. Two additional tree locations, part willow fenced.
    Entered via a clay brick path to front door and garage
    Private Klagester treatment plant.


    Main areas will be finished in a mix of shingle filled crates and spray shingle. The main drive will also be finished in a spray tar with a shingle top.


    Each house will have a 1/6 responsibility for the drive maintenance and hedging. In addition a 1/5 responsibility for the communal areas.

    Images have been taken from plot 1 which is the most finished of the plots. Video tour available on request.

    Some CGI images have been used to illustrate how the homes will look when completed.

Savills are delighted to welcome to the market "The Courtyard", a collection of 5 new homes in the picturesque village of Ashbocking.

Max TurnerProperty agent

Local information

  • Ashbocking is a quaint and picturesque village nestles in the heart of the Suffolk countryside. It is situated approximately 6 miles north of the town of Ipswich. Ashbocking is part of the Mid Suffolk district. Ashbocking exudes a sense of tranquility and charm that attracts visitors seeking a peaceful escape.
  • One of the prominent features of Ashbocking is its parish church, a magnificent structure that stands as a testament to the village's rich heritage. Dating back several centuries, the church boasts exquisite architectural details and serves a focal point for community gatherings and celebrations.
  • Visitors to Ashbocking can also take advantage of its proximity to other attractions in Suffolk. The county offers a wealth of historic sites charming market towns, and coastal retreats, all within easy reach, Whether its exploring the ancient ruins of nearby castles, enjoying fresh seafood along the coast, or indulging in the local arts and crafts scene there is always something to captivate and inspire.

Additional information

  • All properties are being sold freehold
  • Advantage 10-year warranty
  • PEA – B
  • Council Tax - To be determined by the local authority
  • Estate Charge - To be confirmed
  • Some images are computer generated
  • Directions: By car: If you are coming from Ipswich, head northeast on the A140 until you reach the village of Stoke Ash. Take the 2nd exit on the roundabout to stay on the A140, following the signs for Diss and Norwich. Stay on the A140 for about 1.5miles until you reach Ashbocking. By train: The closest train station to the development is nearby in Stowmarket, which is approximately 10 miles east of Ashbocking. From Stowmarket, you can take a taxi or local bus services to reach the development. By bus: Bus route 118/119 runs through Ashbocking. These buses run between Ipswich through to Stradbroke. Check with your local bus operator for more information on routes and timetables. Cycling and walking: Ashbocking's rural setting makes it ideal for cycling and walking to explore the village and its surrounding areas.
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: TBC