Savills | Millers Quarter, Station Hill, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP32 6AD | Properties for sale | New Developments for sale
465 sq ft(43.20 sq m)
Guide price £195,000

Millers QuarterStation Hill, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP32 6AD

  • New development
  • Help To Buy

Key features

  • Single stamp duty paid on certain plots - Call Now!
  • Help to Buy available
  • 135 one and two bed apartments by Weston Homes
  • External images are CGI's
  • Open plan living areas
  • High specification throughout
  • Zanussi integrated fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher
  • Fascino instant boiling water tap
  • Fitted wardrobes to principal bedroom

A collection of beautiful 1 and 2 bed apartments. Residents can live in luxury in their stylish open-plan living areas, finished with bespoke designer kitchens and stunning bathrooms.

About this property

  • Weston Homes present a stunning collection of 135 modern and luxurious one and two-bedroom apartments in this historic market town.

    Each of the development's beautifully designed homes feature contemporary open-plan living areas, including superb bespoke designer kitchens and stunning high specification bathrooms, all finished to the highest standards.

    The development is in a prime town centre location with a wide range of amenities available, including favourite High Street brands as well as a host of independent and individual shops that you won't find anywhere else. There is an excellent choice of cafes and a twice-weekly award-winning market which attracts thousands of shoppers.

    Millers Quarter lies on the A14 trunk road between Cambridge, 42 km (26 miles) to the east, and Ipswich, 37 km (23 miles) to the west.

    *Internal images and virtual tour is of the Show Home*

Millers Quarter is ideally situated in a prime centre location in the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. This new development of 135, one and two bed luxurious apartments, offers beautifully designed homes, with an extremely high fully inclusive specification as standard.

Katie MilldownProperty agent

Local information

  • Dating back as far as Anglo-Saxon times, Bury St Edmunds was the site of the Abbey of Bury St Edmunds, one of the most important monasteries in England and in 903 it became the burial place of King Edmund, the Saxon King of East Anglia. After his death King Edmund became a martyr and remains an important figure in the history of Bury St Edmunds today. The town grew around the Abbey, which can now only be seen as ruins set within the beautiful Abbey Gardens. Discover the magnificent St Edmundsbury Cathedral which is a definitive feature of the gardens skyline.
  • The town offers an array of picturesque medieval streets and Georgian Squares. The Athenaeum, built in the early 18th century, is a beautiful Grade I listed building which hosts events throughout the year in its Georgian Ballroom, complete with chandeliers and grand décor. In the heart of the town centre lies the Guildhall, which is home to over 800 years of history and has recently received donations from the Heritage Lottery Fund to complete a renovation project for a new Heritage Centre which offers shops, cafés, an education suite and gardens.
  • ROAD - Millers Quarter to:
  • A14 = 2 mins
  • Newmarket = 20 mins
  • Ipswich = 36 mins
  • Cambridge = 41 mins
  • Stansted Airport = 53 mins
  • Gatwick Airport = 1 hour 51 mins
  • RAIL - Bury St Edmunds to:
  • Newmarket = 20 mins
  • Ipswich = 30 mins
  • Cambridge = 44 mins
  • Peterborough = 1 hour 10 mins
  • London Kings Cross = 1 hour 44 mins
  • London Liverpool Street = 1 hour 53 mins

Additional information

  • Assisted Move with Weston Homes -
  • Reserve your new home today, we'll help you sell your old home so that you can buy one of ours;
  • 1. Three independent market valuations
  • 2. We'll help you achieve the best market value
  • 3. Your selling agent fees paid
  • 4. We manage the whole process, including the chain