Shop Street, Worlingworth, Suffolk IP13 7PH

The Willow Tree Yard development has been designed and built with great care and attention to detail. It features, at it’s heart, the renovation of the previously abandoned, grade 11 listed, White Cottage. This charming, thatched cottage sits centrally within this desirable village location. The first phase of work delivers three new cottages, recently completed. November will see the completion of the restored White Cottage. The final phase of work provides five new homes, set to the east of the site. These will be complete in the Spring 2019.

Phase One Now Available
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Catkin Cottage

3 beds

£299,950
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Dogwood Cottage

2 beds

£229,950
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Turtle Dove Cottage

2 beds

£249,950
From 28th Semptember 2018
 
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Clarke & Simpson, Framlingham, Suffolk IP13 9DU
01728 724200


For Help to Buy information please see below

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Details

Catkin Cottage, Dogwood Cottage & Turtle Dove Cottage

The first stage of work involves the construction of a terrace of three new cottages – Catkin Cottage, Dogwood Cottage & Turtle Dove Cottage. These are based on the architectural principles that defined the best of Victorian housing within rural Suffolk.

Whilst traditional on the outside they have distinctly more contemporary feel inside. Built with modern living standards in mind, they feature flexible, open plan and generously considered spaces, all built to the highest standards.
 
Features include:
• Spacious open plan living spaces
• Large picture windows overlooking the gardens
• Engineered Oak floors
• Underfloor heating throughout ground floors
• Energy efficient Esse wood burning stoves

• Elegant kitchens with built-in ovens, induction hobs, dishwashers and tall fridge freezers
• Bathrooms fitted with the highest quality bath and shower fittings
• Generous master bedrooms
• Further well proportioned bedrooms
• Utility spaces
• Ground floor WC
• Double Glazing throughout
• Generously insulated, beyond required standards
• Lawned gardens
• Private parking for two cars
• Each house comes with a ten year Structural Warranty
 
Catkin Cottage Floorplans
Dogwood Cottage Floorplans
Turtle Dove Cottage Floorplans
The White Cottage Renovation

The White Cottage is first recorded on the Manor of Worlingworth Map of 1606, and was therefore presumed to have been built in the 16th Century.

It has been lovingly restored to former glories over the last year. New additions include an extension to the rear and a double cart lodge.
 
The completed renovation of this four bedroom historic house now features:
• Living room
• Dining room / sitting room
• Kitchen built with hand made cabinets

• Oven, hob, integrated dishwasher & tall fridge freezer
• Utility room
• Master bedroom with en-suite
• Two family bathrooms
• Cast iron radiators
• Oil fired central heating system
• New double glazed hand made timber windows throughout
• Generous gardens to front and rear.
• Cart lodge and private parking.
Willow Tree Yard

A cluster of five new 2, 3 & 4 bed homes built to the same exacting standards as the initial cottages.
 
Features include:
• Spacious open plan living spaces
• Large picture windows overlooking the gardens
• Engineered oak floors
• Underfloor heating throughout ground floors
• Energy efficient Esse wood burning stoves
• Elegant kitchens with built-in ovens, induction hobs, dishwashers and tall fridge freezers
• Bathrooms fitted with the highest quality bath and shower fittings
• Generous master bedrooms
• Further well proportioned bedrooms
• Utility spaces
• Ground floor WC
• Double Glazing throughout
• Generously insulated, beyond required standards
• Lawned gardens
• Private parking for two cars
• Each house comes with a ten year structural warranty

Site Plan
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Help to Buy

Why rent when you can buy? Available to first time buyers and current homeowners of our new build homes. More than 350,000 homebuyers across the country have so far been assisted by the Help To Buy scheme. Approximately 40% of new homes sold in the last year were purchased using Help To Buy. The scheme is exclusively for owner-occupiers & there is no upper limit on your household income.



Catkin Cottage

3 beds

£299,950
 
5% Buyer’s deposit £14,998
20% Help to Buy loan £59,990
75% Mortgage £224,963
 
Monthly repayments £706*

Dogwood Cottage

2 beds

£229,950
 
5% Buyer’s deposit £11,498
20% Help to Buy loan £45,990
75% Mortgage £172,463
 
Monthly repayments £541*

Turtle Dove Cottage

2 beds

£249,950
 
5% Buyer’s deposit £12,498
20% Help to Buy loan £49,990
75% Mortgage £187,463
 
Monthly repayments £588*


*Based on a currently available 2 year fixed rate (1.65%) 35 year mortgage, pending eligibility. Help to Buy operates under terms and conditions imposed by the HCA and may be subject to change. Please visit helptobuy.gov.uk for further information. Prospective buyers should always seek independent financial advice before proceeding. The Help to Buy scheme is subject to terms and conditions, contract, status and eligibility. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.




Location
Willow Tree Yard sits within Worlingworth village, a charming location in rural Mid-Suffolk.

The lovely market town of Framlingham, with it’s a wide range of independent shops, cafes and pubs, sits a short drive away.

Framlingham’s architectural centrepiece is the historic moated castle that sits up high above the Mere. This was recently brought back to prominence by local boy, Ed Sheeran, in his “Castle on The Hill” song.

The surrounding area features a few of Nest’s favourite watering holes and dining establishments – The Station Pub in Framlingham, The King’s Head in Laxfield, The Easton White Horse, The Victoria in Earl Soham and The Brandeston Crown.
 

The Norwich-London rail line, with two trains an hour in either direction, is easily accessible from either Diss, Stowmarket or Ipswich.

The village benefits from it’s own ‘outstanding’ primary school, with 100% happiness rating. Local secondary school options are some of the best in the county.

The surrounding area offers beautiful locations to explore, such as the Suffolk Coastline. In recent times the Framlingham area has received acclaim as Country Life’s No. 1 Place to Live in the UK and has featured in the Top 100 Places to Live in The Sunday Times.