For some of our Retirement Housing estates we have agreements with the local authority to let a percentage of our vacant properties to people nominated by them. Hanover’s agreement for this estate is that all of the allocations are managed by the local authority, Babergh District Council, who can be contacted on 01473 825757.
This small development has 8 two bed houses set in a quiet cul de sac in the south of Sudbury. There is a good range of amenities in the town centre including supermarkets, pharmacy, deli and health food shop.
Having a professional on-site manager will mean they will ensure the buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, are taken care of. Local buses run to the nearby towns and villages including Colchester and Braintree.
Sudbury is a small market town in the English county of Suffolk which dates back to Saxon times. Sudbury retains its status as a market town with a twice-weekly market in front of the redundant St Peter's Church. This old church has now become a local community point for events such as concerts and exhibitions.
For centuries the weaving and silk industry prospered in Sudbury and many great houses and churches were built, giving the town a major historical legacy. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside which was once painted by Gainsborough and Constable.
The Valley Walk cycle route and footpath starts at the Sudbury water meadows and continues along the disused railway track, finishing close to the Long Melford Country Park.
Location and transport links
Sudbury is located on the River Stour near the Essex border, and is 60 miles north-east of London. The bus station on Hamilton Road in the town centre provides services to neighbouring places. Sudbury train station provides services to London and Liverpool Street.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.5 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.17 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.5 miles