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Hopkins Homes in East of England

New Homes from Hopkins Homes starting from £175,000
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Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28
£175,000 - £500,000
Alconbury Weald
Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28
1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes
Hopkins Homes
Beccles, Norfolk NR34
£235,000 - £480,000
Barsham Vale
Beccles, Norfolk NR34
2 and 3 bedroom homes
Hopkins Homes
Wymondham, Norfolk NR18
£185,000 - £400,000
Birch Gate
Wymondham, Norfolk NR18
2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes
Hopkins Homes
Halesworth, Suffolk IP19
£235,000 - £495,000
Blyth Vale
Halesworth, Suffolk IP19
2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
Hopkins Homes
Hunstanton, Norfolk PE31
£272,500 - £420,000
Butterfield Meadow
Hunstanton, Norfolk PE31
3 & 4 bedroom homes
Hopkins Homes
Brightlingsea, Essex CO7
£245,000 - £535,000
Colne Meadow
Brightlingsea, Essex CO7 
2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
Hopkins Homes
Blofield, Norfolk NR13
£235,000 - £495,000
Heronsgate
Blofield, Norfolk NR13
2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
Hopkins Homes
Melbourn, Cambridgeshire SG8
£325,000 - £700,000
Kingley Grove
Melbourn, Cambridgeshire SG8 
2, 3, and 4 bedroom new homes
Hopkins Homes
Kilverstone, Suffolk IP24
£177,500 - £520,000
Kingsfleet
Kilverstone, Suffolk IP24
1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
Hopkins Homes
Mistley, Essex CO11
£335,000 - £625,000
River Reach
Mistley, Essex CO11
2, 3, and 4 bedrooms
Hopkins Homes
Sprowston, Norfolk NR7
£182,000 - £350,000
St George's Place
Sprowston, Norfolk NR7 
3 and 4 bedroom homes
Hopkins Homes
Needham Market, Suffolk IP6
£187,500 - £465,000
St Georges Park
Needham Market, Suffolk IP6 
2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
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Ely, Cambridgeshire CB6
£395,000 - £650,000
St James' Park
Ely, Cambridgeshire CB6 
3 & 4 bedroom homes
Hopkins Homes
Thurston, Suffolk IP31
£245,000 - £500,000
Thurston Park
Thurston, Suffolk IP31
2, 3, and 4 bedroom  homes
Hopkins Homes
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP29
£290,000 - £475,000
Woodland Rise
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP29
3 and 4 bedroom homes
Hopkins Homes

About Hopkins Homes

​Founded in 1992, Hopkins Homes has grown from a small, local company to a well known and significant builder of new build homes. It is the largest independent property developer in East Anglia, and has made a huge contribution to the regional economy by creating and supporting jobs, providing new homes and building sustainable communities.

It develops properties across a range of sites, from rural locations to large cities, and always takes into consideration the neighbouring area. Every property comes with its own independent energy audit.

The company has been recognised by the NHBC in the Quality Award Scheme which is the benchmark for quality of a development. It has also won numerous awards over the years, including Gold in the Best Regeneration Scheme category at the WhatHouse? Awards 2019, Gold in the prestigious Best Medium Housebuilder category at the WhatHouse? Awards 2017, and Silver in the Best Regeneration Scheme category for its Prospect Place development.

The housebuilder offers the government-backed Help to Buy scheme across all developments, as well as a Part Exchange service, and a refer a friend scheme.

In 2016, Hopkins Homes launched The Hopkins Homes Charitable Foundation, a £250,000 endowment which provides grants for local causes and charities managed by the Suffolk Community Foundation.

 

Hopkins Homes Whathouse? Awards

  • 2019 - BEST REGENERATION SCHEME - Gold award
  • 2017 - BEST REGENERATION SCHEME - Silver award
  • 2017 - BEST MEDIUM HOUSEBUILDER - Gold award
  • 2015 - BEST DEVELOPMENT - Bronze award
Award Comments
As is typical of its developments throughout East Anglia, Hopkins Homes has
incorporated a much higher number of house types – 25 in this case – than is typical on a scheme of this size. There is a wide range of architectural styles from the local vernacular to Georgian and Victorian influences, and the end result is a scheme that goes to great lengths to feel authentic and of its place rather than offering generic and characterless new-builds. Interiors are spacious and of a high specification, and the whole scheme is of a quality that deserves to win gold.

Judges Report 2019
Hopkins Homes winning development

Why Choose Hopkins Homes?

With Hopkins Homes, quality comes as standard, not as an extra. When you buy a house built by Hopkins Homes you are buying an outstanding new home.

Over three decades we have earned a reputation for delivering high quality homes and developments; ones that people trust and aspire to. We share your standards.

Our customers are reassured by the passion of our designers, the timeless traditions upheld by our craftspeople and the fact that the properties we build epitomise everything we aspire to in a home ourselves.

We take time to build our homes and this can be seen: from the lead porch canopies to the traditional pargetting or the brickwork detailing. Our homes achieve a charm and spirit well worth the wait.

We build our homes with sustainably sourced timber windows, bricks and mortar specifically chosen for the development. We place energy efficiency at the heart of the home. No detail is overlooked on the outside or the inside. Depending on the stage of the build, we offer a wide range of finishes and extras for you to make your house your home from the very first day you move in.

We consider the design, style, finishes and spacing of our properties and invest in dedicated green spaces to give our developments an open and spacious feel that perfectly blend with and complement the local vernacular.

We understand that you are making one of the biggest purchases of your life. Guaranteed quality is our tradition and we create homes and places that people want to live in for many years to come.

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