Savills | Sudbourne Park, Orford, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 2AJ | Properties for sale | New Developments for sale
1,355 to 1,355 sq ft(125.88 to 125.88 sq m)
Guide price £750,000

Sudbourne ParkOrford, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 2AJ

  • New development

Key features

  • Three and four bedrooms
  • Open plan living space
  • Underfloor Heating
  • Air Source Heat Pump
  • Stunning Setting
  • Access to 20 acres of Parkland
  • Gaddesby Kitchen
  • AEG and Bosch Appliances
  • Rural Location

The Walled Garden is a superb collection of 10 contemporary stylish residences, set in stunning countryside surroundings. Video tour options available*

About this property

  • The Walled Garden development is a logical and necessary addition which will guarantee the future survival and sustainability of the natural landscape and parkland of Sudbourne Park. It sits within the context of the former greenhouses and stables.

    The development provides 10 stunning new homes, four of which are within the Walled Garden itself. These homes have been built with hassle free, energy saving, modern living in mind. From the whole-house heat recovery ventilation system to the feature vaulted ceilings these homes provide a truly contemporary style of living surrounded by history.

    The style of the housing emulates the typology that one would expect to find within a walled garden...that of Victorian greenhouses. Victorian greenhouses were finely engineered yet inventive and playful structures with a rational grid and logical construction. They are predominantly single storey and are of course covered in glass. Their structure utilises both timber and iron depending on the size and type of greenhouse.

    The proposed new housing at the walled garden borrows heavily from the built form of greenhouses. It utilises both geometric and material characteristics in an endeavour to not only create a new language for building within and adjacent to a walled garden, but also respond to context and scale.

    The homes have been designed to an exacting detail, meeting the demand for modern, hassle free living.

    Natural materials used: L arch cladding / clay bricks / natural stone paving / Velfac Windows / Stainless Steel Roofs / Aluminium Rain water guttering / Patent Glazing

    • Professionally designed Gaddesby kitchen with option of colours and a choice of solid oak or composite stone worktops*
    • Separate utility area
    • Choice of stainless steel or ceramic sinks* with three way chrome mixer tap
    • LED under cabinet lighting
    • AEG and Bosch Appliances throughout including:
    Multifunction Oven
    Induction Hob
    Cooker Hood
    Integrated Dishwasher & Fridge Freezer (note Pavilion now has freestanding FF)

    Bathrooms & en-suites
    • Contemporary sanitary ware by Roca complimented with Greyhouse vanity units
    • Brassware by VADO
    • Thermostatic shower/mixer valves to showers
    • White shower trays with quality glass shower enclosure
    • Recessed LED downlights
    • Chrome finished heated towel rails
    • Tiling to walls with option to choose from our standard range or upgraded ranges*
    • Karndean Flooring in a range of finishes*

    Internal Finishes
    • Moulded skirting's and architraves
    • Exposed timber finish to external windows and doors internally
    • Dulux emulsion painted finish throughout
    • Modern internal doors with contemporary satin finish handles
    • Feature ceilings and roof light details – house type specific
    • Wool blend carpets to bedroom areas with colour choices available*
    • Karndean timber or stone flooring to kitchen / hallway & living areas, with choices available and the opportunity to upgrade to ceramic and solid engineered timber flooring*

    Electrical & Plumbing
    • Heat and hot water provided by energy efficient Air Source Heat Pump with remote access control via app
    • Underfloor Heating Throughout**
    • Chrome Face Plates to sockets and light controls
    • Pendant light fittings to bedrooms and living areas and LED downlighters to kitchens, bathrooms and en-suites together with selected other areas subject to property type.

    Sustainability features
    • To keep heating bills and CO2 emissions low, the houses incorporate thick insulation layers, air tightness detailing and ‘thermal mass', which act in combination to reduce the need for fuel use.
    • Space heating is provided throughout by remotely-controllable under floor heating, powered by highly efficient heat pumps.
    • To provide fresh air in winter, without chilly draughts, whole-house heat recovery ventilation has been fitted across all house types.
    • To keep water use low, water-saving WC's, taps and showers are fitted in bathrooms and kitchens.

    *subject to build stage
    ** excluding greenhouse of pavilion
    *** Video tours available upon request

Local information

  • The perfect location to relax, unwind and explore all delights that the Suffolk Coast offers, from World Class music venues to a World renowned Bakery
  • Sudbourne is a village near to Orford and Aldeburgh in the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It stretches from Sudbourne Beach on Orfordness across the Alde and Ore Estuary and fresh water marshes to farmland, Captain's Wood and Tunstall Forest.
  • The village located approximately 2 miles north of picturesque Orford and approximately 11.7 miles from Woodbridge where trains can be taken to London and beyond.
  • Orford is a small coastal town which was a port and a fishing village in the middle ages, it still has a fine mediaeval castle, build to dominate the River Ore and a Grade I listed parish church, St Batholomews. The main geographical feature of the area is Orford Ness, a long, wide shingle spit at the mouth of the Ore. Orford Ness has in the past been used as an airstrip testing facility and in the early 1970s it was the site of a powerful radar station as part of the Cold War defences against low-flying attacking aircraft; today it is a nature reserve run by the National Trust.
  • The population of Orford greatly increases during the summer months due to its flourishing sailing club. As well as the Castle, Orford's attractions include river cruises, three pubs, a traditional post office, renowned Pump Street Bakery, a smokehouse and a restaurant; the Butley-Orford Oysterage.
  • The renowned Snape Maltings art complex is located only 4.8 miles. Snape Maltings is one of the world's leading centres of music, where you'll find inspiring concerts and festivals throughout the year, from the flagship Aldeburgh Festival to the folk, world and jazz of the Snape Proms.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = C